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Still deals available to travel to Vikings game Saturday

"If you're willing to take connections and red eyes home we've seen air and hotel for two nights for as little as $490 per person, which is pretty affordable."

SAN FRANCISCO — With all the excitement following a stunning Wildcard win, Maria Anderson at Escape With Us Vacations in St. Paul says there's still huge interest.

"Think it helps San Francisco is a warm weather destination," said Anderson.

She says if you're looking for nonstop flights Friday to Sunday, it's going to be expensive. Well over a thousand dollars.

"If you're willing to take connections and red eyes home we've seen air and hotel for two nights for as little as $490 per person, which is pretty affordable," said Anderson. "You're going to be tired when you get back to work on Monday, but that's the way it goes."

As far as tickets go, Stubhub has tickets including standing room only ranging from $200 to $2,000. 

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If you're not up for that, there are plenty of options back home to watch the game.

First, there's the Vikings Watch Party at Mystic Lake Center, starting at 1:30 Saturday afternoon. 

Otherwise there are plenty of other places to go. 

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Bunny's Bar and Grill has two locations in St. Louis Park and northeast Minneapolis.

"Gameday. People know we're here," said Steve Koch at Bunny's.

He expects a packed house, and to cash in.

"Our fans support our teams and they come out in droves. It's great for us," said Koch.

And if the Vikings pull it out, he expects a lot more.

"Play like they did last week, who knows."

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