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 opinions within this article are those of the writer and, while just as important, are not necessarily those of the site as a whole.


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