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Looking to land some San Francisco 49ers tickets? Well, your in luck! Check out Prominent Tickets for this upcoming season's tickets! San Francisco 49ers tickets will move quickly as the team looks to continue to right the ship, as they began to do last year. If history is any measure, then quite popular! They have a solid, young foundation in place for the future. While there is a little bit of unrest at the quarterback position, with a brewing competition between incumbent starter Alex Smith and second-round draft pick Colin Kaepernick, it appears as though the team will be in good hands either way. At the running back position, they have one of the league's most talented backs in Frank Gore. Second-year man Anthony Dixon should provide a capable backup, allowing Gore to avoid consuming all the punishment by himself. One of the most enigmatic talents in the league returns at wide receiver in Michael Crabtree. While he hasn't lived up to the status that saw him get drafted in the first round, he has been productive and all signs point to his continued development. Lastly, they have perhaps the most dangerous athlete in the league at tight end in Vernon Davis. Davis finished last season with over 900 receiving yards and 7 TDs. Between Gore, Crabtree, Davis, and whoever wins the battle at QB, they will undoubtedly have one of the most exciting and explosive offenses in the NFL.

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    Tony Morabito, a trucking executive petitioned the National Football League five years before being able to purchase the San Francisco 49ers for twenty five thousand dollars in 1946. The 49ers became charter members of the All-America Football Conference. On August 31, 1946 they played their first gain at Kezar Stadium against the Chicago Rockets. Approximately forty thousand San Francisco 49ers tickets were sold and the 49ers defeated the Rockets 34-14. The season ended with a record of 9-5. The 49ers signed Running Back Wally Yonamine, the first Asian American to be signed to a professional football team in 1947. They achieved a Western Division second place finish, as well as an 8-4-2 season record. Season 1949 concluded with a record of 12-2 and no championship.

    San Francisco competed against the Cleveland Browns in their first playoff appearance in an AAFC Championship Game, losing 21-7. The San Francisco 49ers joined the National Football League in 1950, as the AAFC no longer existed. The NFL proved to be tougher competition and the 49ers season record was 3-9. The second NFL season showed improvement with an ending record of 7-4-1 and impressive performances by rookies Wide Receiver Billy Wilson, Linebacker Hardy Brown, as well as Quarterback Y.A. Tittle. The third season showed steady improvement with a record of 7-5. 1953 continues with improvement, with a record of 9-3, one game short of a Division title.

    At the end of the 1954 season, Coach Buck Shaw is replaced by Red Strader due to another season record of 7-4-1. Coach Strader fails to perform and is replaced by former Quarterback Frankie Albert after one season. Coach Albert delivers a season record of 5-6-1. Owner Tony Morabito dies of a heart attack during a Chicago Bears game on October 27, 1957 in Chicago. The 49ers go on to win the game 21-17, dedicating the victory to Tony Morabito. They finish the season with a record of 8-4, tying with the Detroit Lions for the Western Division title. The playoff resulted in a Detroit Lions win. Coach Albert resigns at the end of the 1958 season and Red Hickey is hired as his replacement. Season 1959 results in a record of 7-5, with the next season maintaining the same record of performance.

    Coach Hickey creates the “Shot Gun Offense”, which is a new form of play for the football league and ends the 1961 season with a record of 7-6-1. Season 1962 through 1964 brought more frustration, injuries, as well as the resignation of Coach Hickey. Jack Chrisitiansen replaces him and performs poorly with a record of 2-12. Seasons 1965 through 1969 continued with mediocre playing, injuries, and the firing of Coach Chrisitiansen. He is replaced by Dick Nolan. 1970 started with hope and more success as the 49ers win their first Divisional Title with a record of 10-3-1. They play their last game at Kezar Stadium. Quarterback John Brodie wins the NFL MVP and Cornerback Bruce Taylor wins Defensive Rookie of the Year. Divisional Playoffs against the Minnesota Vikings results in a loss of 17-10 for San Francisco.

    A new era begins for the San Francisco 49ers as they move to Candlestick Park for all future games. They win the NFC West Conference for the second year in a row with a 9-5 record, but a Divisional Playoff loss to the Washington Redskins brings season disappointment. 1972 brings another Division Title with a record of 8-6-1, but are disappointed again in the Divisional Playoff with a loss to the Dallas Cowboys of 28-13. Seasons 1973 through 1975 are just as dismal and Coach Nolan is replaced by Monte Clark. Despite Coach Clark’s 1976 season record of 8-6 he is fired and replaced by Ken Meyer. The San Francisco 49ers are sold to Ohio businessman Edward J. DeBartolo Jr. at the beginning of the 1977 season for thirteen million dollars. Pete McCulley replaced Coach Meyer. At the start of season1978 the 49ers sign Running Back O.J. Simpson from the Buffalo Bills, but he is unable to play the entire season due to a shoulder injury. Coach Pete McCulley is replaced with Fred O’Connor and the season ends with a 2-14 record. Coach Bill Walsh is hired in 1979, but the 49ers end the season with a record of 2-14 again. Simpson ends his career and rookie Quarterback Joe Montana debuts. Leadership under Coach Walsh was significant and was defined as one of the greatest comebacks in NFL history resulting in the 49ers winning the NFC West Title with a record of 13-3. Walsh was also voted Coach of the Year. Quarterback Joe Montana, Safety Ronnie Lott, as well as Cornerback Erick Wright were also credited for the turnaround efforts.

     The 49ers earn playoff entry for the first time in nine years against the New York Giants.  San Francisco wins 38-24 and continues to compete in the NFC Championship to battle the Dallas Cowboys. They win 28-27 with the help of Joe Montana and Wide Receiver Dwight Clark. Heading to Super Bowl XVI in 1981, the 49ers face the Cincinnati Bengals and win 26-21, their first Super Bowl win. San Francisco 49ers tickets sell out due to high fan expectations. Season 1983 ends with a 10-6 records, as well an NFC Western Division title for the second time in three years. They met the Detroit Lions in the Divisional Playoffs and won. They moved on to the NFC Championship Gain to face the Washington Redskins and loss 24-21. The 49ers win another NFC West Conference with a record of 15-1. The 49ers faced the Chicago Bears in the NFC Championship Game and won with a shutout score of 23-0.This victory results in an entry to Super Bowl XIX to face the Miami Dolphins. They win with aggressive play for a victory of 38-16.

    Season 1985 delivers disappointing results, but history is made by Roger Craig who becomes the first player to attain one thousand yards rushing and one thousand yards receiving in the same season. In his first season, Rookie Wide Receiver Jerry Rice catches three touchdowns, as well as achieves nine hundred twenty seven receiving yards. San Francisco advances to their third Super Bowl in season 1988. Super Bowl XXIII requires them to face the Cincinnati Bengals again resulting in a victory of 20-16 and a third Lombardi Trophy under Coach Walsh. Bill Walsh retires after the win and is replaced by Coach George Seifert. The 49ers won the NFC West with a 14-2 record and Joe Montana won NFL MVP, as well as Offensive Player of the Year. The San Francisco 49ers easily defeat the Minnesota Vikings in the Divisional Playoff game 41-13. They go on to face the Los Angeles Rams in the NFC Championship Game and win 30-3 resulting in their fourth Super Bowl game. In Super Bowl XXIV the 49ers play the Denver Broncos in New Orleans. San Francisco wins the match 55-10 establishing them as one of the greatest teams in the history of the NFL. Joe Montana won a third Super Bowl MVP Award. This game also set a record for most points scored and the largest margin of victory in the NFL.

    After two seasons of injuries, Joe Montana is traded to the Kansas City Chiefs. Steve Young takes over as quarterback. The 49ers return to their fifth Super Bowl after a solid 1999 season. Super Bowl XXIX matches the 49ers with the San Diego Chargers. San Francisco wins their record fifth Super Bowl with a victory of 49-26. Season 1995 began with a setback, as Deion Sanders decides not to re-sign and multiple players are injured including Steve Young. Candlestick Park is renamed 3Com Park (from 1995-2003), Coach Seifert resigns and is replaced by Steve Mariucci. Mariucci is fired at the end of 2002 and replaced by Dennis Erickson, who is fired and replaced with Mike Nolan, ex Coach Dick Nolan’s son. Mediocre play followed until 2009. Coach Mike Nolan is replaced by Mike Singletary, who is replaced with Stanford Coach Jim Harbaugh at the end of the 2010 season. Coach Harbaugh strategically turned the team around with position evaluations, game areas that needed improvement, and new players. He finished his first season with a record of 13-3, earning a first round bye, as well as receiving Coach of the Year. The 49ers won the playoffs against the New Orleans Saints 36-32. San Francisco meets the New York Giants in the NFC Championship Game. The New York Giants won and went to Super Bowl XLVI.

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    With five Super Bowl Championships, San Francisco 49ers tickets sell with ease at Candlestick Park. Costing thirty two million dollars and opening in nineteen sixty with an almost seventy thousand seating capacity, plans are in place to build a new stadium for the 49ers. Construction is planned for Levi’s Stadium to open in 2014. Estimated stadium cost is $1.2 billion dollars. Seating capacity is estimated to be almost sixty nine thousand. The stadium will have heavy rail and light rail line access, and additional Club Seats of nine thousand. San Francisco 49ers tickets for club seats have financing available. The Santa Clara Stadium Authority plans to offer season ticket holders the ability to finance seat purchases over a ten year time period. Annual installments can be made, as well as lump payments. Club pricing has three levels:

                                                                                                    Red                             Gold

                                                                Legacy Club    Traditional Club          Tradition Club


    One-Time SBL Cost                           $80,000           $30,000                       $20,000

    Initial Down Payment (50%)              $40,000           $15,000                       $10,000

     2014 SBL Installment (50%)-

    March 1, 2014                                     $40,000           $15,000                       $10,000

    2014 Per Seat Annual Ticket Cost      $3,750             $3,500                         $3,250

    Average ticket price will be seventy six dollars for non-club seating.


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