Cost of new Minnesota Vikings stadium

  • Updated: May 11, 2013 - 8:02 AM

The construction cost is $975 million. The Vikings are responsible for paying $477 million, with the remainder to be split between the state of Minnesota and the city of Minneapolis.

The construction cost is $975 million. The Vikings are responsible for paying $477 million, with the remainder to be split between the state of Minnesota and the city of Minneapolis.

The team’s share will come from the sale of personal seat licenses, stadium naming rights, an NFL loan and team equity.

The state will contribute $348 million, largely from revenues generated by the sale of electronic pull tabs, bingo and sports tip boards.

The city has pledged $150 million from a series of sales taxes that include a citywide sales tax, downtown restaurant and liquor taxes and a hotel tax.

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