A look at the season ticket packages sent to fans

Aug 6, 2014 at 4:59 AM--


San Francisco 49ers season ticket holders received their tickets among a pretty nice set of extras. This will be the 49ers' first season at their newly constructed home, Levi's Stadium, and the 49ers want to make sure that fans remember it.

Extras within the package include a Levi's Stadium Inaugural Season logo'd equipment bag, a drawstring backpack, a Power Bank battery charger for your mobile device, Sony active sport headphones, a booklet with a look at the new 49ers collection from Levi's, a clear bag that can be used to bring items into the stadium, and more.

Here are some photos of the package posted by a user on Imgur.






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