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49ers season tickets arrive

Jul 1, 2007 at 12:31 AM--


According to 9erluv415, the 2007 San Francisco 49ers season tickets started to arrive to fans yesterday. Season ticket owners, keep a look out for yours.

Curtyniner has posted pictures of the season ticket package in our forums here.














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