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I can't believe in the 21st century we can't order Coke or Pepsi at a game. This is crazy..
Guess if the Vikings can't work something out they could always play at Midday stadium or try Target Field.
The vikings are a GUEST in the home of the Minnesota Gophers. They need to act accordingly. If they do not it's time to kick the vikings and their 51% majority New Jersey extortionist out of the building!!!
Who really cares - all I want is a beer!
Let's not lose focus of the important things, they got the beer issue taken care of.
@rjohnson99 - Totally agree! competition is good for business! Exclusive deals really hurt that. Not only that but they need to have fountain drinks not just bottles of pop at the stadium. Very frustrating.
Coke from a fountain machine with ice in a cup is the only way to go. Too bad the Vikings and NFL decided to sell an inferior product like Pepsi. Also, this topic is not a big deal. What is a big deal is how much the Vikings are going to charge for Personal Seating Licenses or PSLs in the new stadium. Watch for the fans to get raped in the PSL fiasco. Note how the Vikings want to avoid the topic at all costs since they do not want a mass exodus of current season ticket owners since they still need to play at the Dome for now. Sad!
Coke is better then pepsi and powerade tastes better then gatorade
The University's long-term relationship with Coke should not be jeopardized over a 1-2 year tentative relationship with the Vikings. When the Vikings leave TCF ... it is important that the relationship with Coke remain untarnished.
My house, my rules.
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