Attention 49ers fans! Your ride to the playoffs has just begun!

Jan 3, 2012 at 5:23 PM


Fans of the San Francisco 49ers have been on quite the ride the past nine seasons. Yet little do they know, after years of screaming "Are we there yet?" that their ride has just begun. Thanks to Silverado Stages and their SportsFanExpress shuttle service, you don't have to be left behind!

On January 14, 2012, the San Francisco 49ers will be hosting their first playoff game in nearly a decade. Traffic to and from Candlestick Park stands to certainly be an issue. If you are a fan who plans on attending the game and wants to ride in style and comfort, then SportsFanExpress and their San Francisco Football Bus (http://www.sanfranciscofootballbus.com) is just for you!

With over 20 locations within a 90-mile radius of the San Francisco/Bay Area, fans from all over can take advantage of what the SportsFanExpress shuttle services offer: A safe, comfortable method of transportation to and from the stadium, and a hassle-free way to enjoy your favorite football team. No need to pay for parking, toll fees, or even gas! One round trip ticket is all you need to be sure you are in your seats from kickoff to victory.

With playoff tickets in high demand, there isn't a more convenient way to get to the game. You will arrive at Candlestick Park at least one (1) hour prior to kickoff, and the shuttles depart approximately 20-30 minutes following the conclusion of the game. The San Francisco Football Bus (http://www.sanfranciscofootballbus.com) also has a bus-only entry and exit which expedites getting in and out of the stadium.

Fans who pre-order their tickets prior to the date of departure will also receive a discounted rate, as those who wish to purchase their seats on game day stand to pay $5 more (Cash only on game day).
Be sure to purchase your tickets online, as they are sure to sell out fast!
The views within this article are those of the writer and, while just as important, are not necessarily those of the site as a whole.


0 Comments

  • No Comments

Facebook Comments



More San Francisco 49ers News



Nick Bosa hopes to see 49ers fans return to Levi's Stadium, has advice for Trey Lance

By David Bonilla
Apr 30, 2021

NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell said he hopes to see stadiums across the league filled with fans once again. Last season, there were no or limited fans in venues due to the pandemic. For players, the strangeness of playing in empty stadiums could be a thing of the past. Defensive end Nick Bosa only got to play one game at Levi's Stadium last season before suffering a season-ending knee injury during Week 2. He caught up with 49ers team reporter Keiana Martin and shared that he hopes to see fans again in 2021. "It would mean a lot, really," Bosa said during a virtual one-on-one. "I only got one game at home without the fans, and it was really weird. I love to look back at the film and TV



Report: Patriots working on a new contract for 49ers QB Jimmy Garoppolo -- just in case

By David Bonilla
Apr 28, 2021

Better safe than sorry, right? Dale Arnold of NESN reports that the New England Patriots are working on a new contract for quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo. Yes, Garoppolo is still with the San Francisco 49ers, and this news doesn't necessarily mean that a deal is imminent. If accurate, it just means that the Patriots are getting everything in order -- just in case a trade happens. It could also mean that the Patriots believe the 49ers are likely to seek a trade. What I've been told, by a reliable source —- @Patriots are working on a new



John Lynch on 49ers' draft secrecy: "We just wanted to see how far it could go"

By David Bonilla
Apr 30, 2021

It was maddening for San Francisco 49ers fans. It was maddening for all NFL fans and even much of the media. Social media has not been a fun place since the team traded up to the No. 3 overall pick on March 26. There was so much rampant speculation surrounding what the 49ers might do, and the team's brass was playing it close to the vest, refusing to offer any hints. There were reports that even those inside the building, like coaches and some front-office personnel, didn't even know which direction head coach Kyle Shanahan and general manager John Lynch were leaning. Even CEO Jed York joked on Thursday that he had no idea. That, of course, turned out to be a lie as York proceeded to further mess with the fanbase with some cryptic tweets. "We were in the bunker,"



Why didn't the 49ers draft a WR, TE, or DE? It just worked out that way

By Kirk Larrabee
May 1, 2021

An ideal situation for any NFL team would be to come out of the NFL Draft having selected the best players on its board at their draft spots that also happened to be at positions of need, but things usually don't fall into place that easily. Such was the case in the 2021 NFL Draft for the San Francisco 49ers, who were able to fill multiple needs with their picks but also had a couple of moments where they came away with players at positions they weren't planning to address due to those players being the top prospects on their board. For anyone wondering why the 49ers didn't add some depth at areas where they could have used it, such as wide receiver, tight end, or EDGE, that's the reason. The 49ers made their selections based on how the draft played out, and as a


Featured

More by James Darnell

More Articles

Share 49ersWebzone