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Traveling to the game? Do you need tickets, flight or hotel help?

Jan 8, 2013 at 8:02 PM


Are you planning a trip to San Francisco to watch the 49ers take on the Packers at Candlestick Park? Let us help you out with some last minute help.

Game Tickets

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Airline Tickets

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Hotel Accommodations

These are just for reference and are not a recommendation by this site. The hotels listed below are just minutes from Candlestick Park.

Radisson Hotel San Francisco Airport Bay Front
Homewood Suites by Hilton San Francisco Airport North
Embassy Suites San Francisco Airport - South San Francisco
Howard Johnson Express South San Francisco-SFO
Quality Inn & Suites South San Francisco
Larkspur Landing South San Francisco - An All-Suite Hotel
Days Inn South San Francisco - Oyster Point / Airport
Travelodge San Francisco Airport-North
La Quinta Inn San Francisco Airport North
Hilton Garden Inn San Francisco Airport North
Inn At Oyster Point
Holiday Inn San Francisco International Airport
Hampton Inn San Francisco Airport North
Courtyard by Marriott SFO - Oyster Point Waterfront
Vagabond Inn San Francisco Airport North
Residence Inn by Marriott San Francisco Airport at Oyster Pt
Ramada Limited San Francisco Airport
Four Points by Sheraton San Francisco Airport
Comfort Inn and Suites San Francisco Airport North
Holiday Inn Express San Francisco-Airport North
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