49ers freeze ticket prices through 2018 season

Jan 24, 2017 at 11:23 AM--


San Francisco 49ers fan support has diminished over the past few years, with most fans willing to watch from home rather than spend a lot of money to watch the team at Levi's Stadium. The 49ers are hoping to improve under a new head coach, likely Atlanta Falcons offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan, and a new general manager, but fan support may not improve until the team proves that they can put a better product on the field.

For those willing to pay face value, the 49ers were already the priciest team in the NFL to watch. Of course, this past season, you could get into the stadium at a significantly lower price because ticket holders were desperate to get rid of their seats. Often, fans would pay more for parking than to get into the actual game itself.

In response, the 49ers announced to season ticket holders that they have frozen ticket prices for the 2017 and 2018 seasons. The team sent out the following email on Tuesday:

"We are announcing that 49ers season ticket pricing will be frozen through the 2018 season. Invoices for your 2017 season tickets will be made available to view and pay online in the coming weeks, including the option to enroll in a multi-month payment plan."


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