The Vikings and Minnesota Sports Facilities Authority have unveiled a use agreement for the new Vikings stadium. One-time, personal seat license fees would be charged on three-quarters of the new stadium’s 65,000 seats. They would average $2,500 per seat, from a low of $500 a seat to a high of $10,000. Ticketholders would have three years to pay the fee. Money raised, about $100-million, would go towards the Vikings contribution to the new stadium. Backers compare that figure to personal seat license programs with dollar figures four and five times as large in San Francisco, New York and Dallas. Officials say the team will also make available a minimum of 3,250 “affordable tickets” for each game, which will cost no more than 80% of the average single-game price in the lowest-priced section.