MINNEAPOLIS - Metrodome seats will be sold for as little as $40 in accordance with a contract awarded to a Fridley company.
The Minnesota Sports Facilities Authority announced on Friday that Albrecht Signs has been awarded the contract for the removal and sale of Metrodome seats.
Albrecht Signs is a minority-owned union company, the MSFA noted in a news release..
Albrecht will be offering Metrodome seats at three different price points: 1) non- profit rate ($40 per seat); 2) general seats ($60 per seat plus tax); 3) special location seats – if available ($80 per seat plus tax).
"Albrecht Signs has provided the opportunity for high schools, community groups, colleges to purchase Metrodome seats at cost," said MSFA chair Michele Kelm-Helgen. "A number of Minnesota organizations wanted seats for new or old ball parks, and we wanted to be able to make them available. Albrecht presented us with a very fair pricing plan, and we are happy to partner with them."
Individuals wanting to purchase less than 200 seats will need to have purchase agreements finalized by Jan. 7. Organizations wanting to purchase more than 200 seats will need to have purchase agreements finalized by Jan. 2. Single seats through whole rows can be purchased and payments can be made by certified or cashier's check, by credit card or with cash.
Seats will need to be picked up by the purchaser prior to Jan. 17th at the Metrodome during a scheduled date and time to be determined by Albrecht Signs.
For more information, go to www.albrechtsigncompany.com.