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We’re Giving Away a Pair of 49ers vs Seahawks Tickets!

Nov 20, 2014 at 12:30 PM--


You know that San Francisco 49ers versus Seattle Seahawks game on Thanksgiving night at Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara? How would you like to go? As part of our season-long partnership with NRG Energy, we are offering two tickets to the game to one lucky 49erswebzone.com fan courtesy of NRG Energy and it could be you!

NRG Energy is the company that provides solar power to the 49ers' new state-of-the-art stadium. That power makes Levi's Stadium the first pro football stadium to open with LEED® certification. It has been deemed the smartest stadium in the league by the Associated Press. That power is helping energize the stadium for every home game this season.

Prize Package Includes:


  • A pair of tickets to watch the 49ers and Seahawks battle on Thanksgiving night at Levi's Stadium.
  • A 49ers gear pack which includes a clear 49ers backpack, sunglasses, and an autographed Anquan Boldin photo.

So how do you enter to win the tickets and gear pack? Get your cameras ready and put on your thinking cap. Here is how you enter so read carefully.

Step 1


Put up or hold up a sign, banner, flyer, or anything else creative in a public place with the text "49erswebzone.com" on it.

Just remember, don't do anything that would get you in trouble or hurt. So no vandalizing anything, writing on a nearby sleeping friend with a sharpie, hanging off of any overpasses, or anything else that could be categorized as stupid or harmful. Whatever you do should be easily removable. We are not responsible for any stupidity on your part.

Bonus points for creative, funny or group photos. Are you at work? Grab some coworkers and have them help you out. They're probably not doing anything important anyway.

Step 2


Snap a photo of your public creation.

Step 3


Post your photo, along with the following text, on your Twitter or Facebook account:

Trying to win 49ers vs Seahawks tickets courtesy of @49erswebzone and @nrgenergy! #49ersNRG #49ers #WZContest

This part is important because without the above text, we may not be able to locate your photo.

IF YOU ARE USING FACEBOOK, make sure that your post is shared to the public, and not just your friends. If it isn't, we will not be able to see it.

We'll be picking the winner on Friday, November 21st and you can enter as many times as you want up until that point. We will contact the winner via Twitter direct message or Facebook message, so be sure to check on Friday afternoon to see if you won because failure to respond promptly may force us to pick another winner.

Be sure to follow 49erswebzone.com (@49erswebzone) and NRG Energy (@NRGEnergy) on Twitter and Facebook for even more Levi's Stadium news and contests.

And the giveaways won't end here. Look for more great giveaways from @49erswebzone and @NRGEnergy throughout the season.



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