Vikings Fever Hits Market After Wild Win in NFC Divisional Game Vikings Fever Hits Market After Wild Win in NFC Divisional Game
Sunday night’s wild last-second come-from-behind victory by the Minnesota Vikings kept alive the possibility of a first-ever home game in the Super Bowl, and... Vikings Fever Hits Market After Wild Win in NFC Divisional Game

Sunday night’s wild last-second come-from-behind victory by the Minnesota Vikings kept alive the possibility of a first-ever home game in the Super Bowl, and seems to have goosed the fans into action, as Vikings fever – and football overall – dominated the marketplace on Sunday – headlined by the Super Bowl itself, scheduled for Sunday February 4 at US Bank Stadium in Minneapolis.

Next week’s conference championships also grabbed slots near the top, with the AFC contest at Foxborough at No. 2 while the Eagles’ hosting the Vikings in the NFC tilt is No. 3. Last night’s Vikings home game came in at No. 4 – worth every penny if you’re a Minnesota fan – while the Oakland Raiders vs. Seattle Seahawks game in London next fall was No. 5.

In non-sports, Justin Timberlake, Elton John and the BottleRock Festival in Napa took Top 10 spots on the day.

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Ticket Club Top 20 – Monday, January 15, 2018

  1. Super Bowl LII (Sunday, February 04 at US Bank Stadium – Minneapolis, MN)
  2. AFC Championship Game: New England Patriots vs. Jacksonville Jaguars (Sunday, January 21 at Gillette Stadium – Foxborough, MA)
  3. NFC Championship Game: Philadelphia Eagles vs. Minnesota Vikings (Sunday, January 21 at Lincoln Financial Field – Philadelphia, PA)
  4. NFC Divisional Home Game: Minnesota Vikings vs. New Orleans Saints (Yesterday at US Bank Stadium – Minneapolis, MN)
  5. Oakland Raiders vs. Seattle Seahawks (Sunday, October 14 at Tottenham Hotspur New Stadium – London, GL)
  6. Justin Timberlake (Wednesday, May 23 at Toyota Center – TX – Houston, TX)
  7. Elton John (Friday, March 02 at Caesars Palace – Colosseum – Las Vegas, NV)
  8. BottleRock Festival: Bruno Mars, The Killers & Muse – 3 Day Pass (Friday, May 25 at Napa Valley Expo – Napa, CA)
  9. Super Bowl LII – Packages & Hospitality (Monday, February 05 at US Bank Stadium – Minneapolis, MN)
  10. NHL All Star Game (Sunday, January 28 at Amalie Arena – Tampa, FL)
  11. The Lion King (Yesterday at Minskoff Theatre – New York, NY)
  12. Romeo Santos (Saturday, February 17 at Madison Square Garden – New York, NY)
  13. Hamilton (Saturday, June 30 at Kennedy Center Opera House – Washington, DC)
  14. Los Angeles Clippers vs. Houston Rockets (Monday, January 15 at Staples Center – Los Angeles, CA)
  15. Andrea Bocelli (Friday, February 09 at Spectrum Center – Charlotte, NC)
  16. Bruno Mars (Saturday, February 17 at Park Theater – Monte Carlo – Las Vegas, NV)
  17. Steely Dan & The Doobie Brothers (Friday, July 13 at Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion At Meadowbrook – Gilford, NH)
  18. NFL Pro Bowl (Sunday, January 28 at Camping World Stadium – Orlando, FL)
  19. NBA All Star Game (Sunday, February 18 at Staples Center – Los Angeles, CA)
  20. Ed Sheeran (Thursday, September 27 at Lincoln Financial Field – Philadelphia, PA)

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