The Vikings say a limited number of single-game tickets will go on sale Thursday, July 19 through Ticketmaster.

It’s the only direct way remaining to attend a 2018 Vikings home game with season tickets sold out and a waitlist exceeding 1,500 people. Single-game tickets for two preseason games start at $20 (Aug. 18 vs. Jacksonville and Aug. 24 vs. Seattle).

Regular season games will cost at least $58 to attend, up from the starting cost of $30 last season. They can be purchased online through Ticketmaster starting next Thursday.

Here’s the full home schedule:
Aug. 18: vs. Jacksonville Jaguars (Noon)
Aug. 24: vs. Seattle Seahawks (7 p.m.)
Sept. 9: vs. San Francisco 49ers (Noon)
Sept. 23: vs. Buffalo Bills (Noon)
Oct. 14: vs. Arizona Cardinals (Noon)
Oct. 28: vs. New Orleans Saints (7:20 p.m.)
Nov. 4: vs. Detroit Lions (Noon)
Nov. 25: vs. Green Bay Packers (7:20 p.m.)
Dec. 16: vs. Miami Dolphins (Noon)
Dec. 30: vs. Chicago Bears (Noon)

The Vikings decided to increase the price of tickets following a 13-3 season, the first playoff win since 2009 and hosting a Super Bowl. A 7-percent average increase on season tickets was announced in February.

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