A new pricing structure for season ticket fees was announced today (FRI) by the Minnesota Vikings and the public stadium authority. The one-time charges are added to the annual price of buying a ticket. Fifty yard-line season tickets in the new stadium will come with an upfront licensing fee that ranges from $4,500 to $9,500. The cheapest seats at the new stadium will have a $500 season ticket fee. Three-quarters of the stadium’s 65,000 seats will have a license fee attached, with the average cost being around $2,500. Officials say the one-time assessment can be paid interest-free over three years. Vikings ownership is using the seat license proceeds to cover one-fifth of the team’s $500-million share of the cost of the billion-dollar stadium. It’s set to open in time for the 2016 season.