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Get 49ers at Cardinals tickets for December 11 for as low as $45!

Dec 8, 2011 at 10:27 AM


Looking for tickets to the San Francisco 49ers' road game against the Arizona Cardinals? Click the link below to begin searching for tickets as low as $45 a seat (as of this posting)! Hurry! Tickets are selling fast! These low prices may not last!

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