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San Francisco 49ers ticket info

San Francisco 49ers tickets have pushed themselves near the top of the NFL food chain. Over the last three season 49ers tickets brought a Super Bowl appearance and a pair of NFC Championship games to the fans in the City by the Bay. Now, it’s time for the San Francisco 49ers to deliver the ultimate prize, a Super Bowl win.

 This is a team that returns from a  strong 2013 showing basically intact and welcomes back the return of some lost talent that could have made an impact in that last season. One thing is certain: The San Francisco 49ers are facing an era that will mark them as Super Bowl Champions or simply worthwhile contenders that never reached the promise of their talent. The 2014 NFL season will make a difference in their legacy.

 Two major events occurred in the offseason that could push San Francisco into another Super Bowl appearance. Colin Kaepernick has proven himself to be an elite NFL quarterback and has been given the keys to the franchise with a long-term contract. The experience of the last two seasons and the vote of confidence from management may be the key to unlocking his massive potential.  49ers tickets holders will also get to see Kaepernick work with a potential Hall of fame receiver in Michael Crabtree. The missing element in a running oriented offense, Crabtree missed last season with injury. His return gives Kaepernick an explosive target, instantly upgrading an already deep wide receiver corps.  Of course, the 49ers have managed to hold on to the prime players that make up a defense ranked #5 in total defense and #2 against the run.

 Are you keying in on San Francisco 49ers tickets? Then key in on this idea. The 49ers have a major obstacle in their path to a Super Bowl and that obstacle is the Seattle Seahawks. Tickets to this home and away rivalry will be sold out early so don’t hang around hoping. Other great 49ers home game tickets come in the form of a Week 2 contest against the Chicago Bears and a Week 5 home matchup with the resurgent Kansas City Chiefs. Would you like to cheer on the 49ers on the road? Look for Rams tickets as they travel to take on the New Orleans Saints, Dallas Cowboys, or Denver Broncos. Take your pick of any or all 2014 San Francisco 49ers tickets. We’ll have them waiting for you.  

San Francisco 49ers Tickets

San Francisco 49ers tickets are in huge demand as fans can’t get enough of the defending NFC champs. The 49ers narrowly missed out on bringing home the Super Bowl trophy last season, and they’re favored to get back to the big game. There are simply no holes on this roster, so buy 49ers tickets now! Young quarterback Colin Kaepernick burst onto the scene last season, showing his full potential as a true dual threat. He ran for 264 yards and three touchdowns in the playoffs and averaged 6.6 yards per carry in the regular season.San Francisco49ers tickets are your chance to see Kaepernick, who threw 10 touchdowns against three interceptions after taking over for Alex Smith, take the NFL by storm.

The San Francisco 49ers’ schedule is full of can’t-miss games against top-flight competition, starting with NFC West home contests againstSt. Louis,SeattleandArizona. The 49ers, who play at beautiful Candlestick Park, also will entertain Green Bay,Indianapolis,Houston,Atlanta and Carolina. Four of those five teams made the playoffs last season, so the intensity is sure to be sky high.

Buy 49ers tickets online and be part of a tradition that includes five Super Bowl titles, six conference championships, 19 division crowns and 25 playoff berths. Under head coach Jim Harbaugh, the 49ers are setting a new standard of excellence. They’ve gone24-7-1in two regular seasons under the aggressive-minded leader.

The 49ers only had one major hole to fill in the offseason, and they did it adeptly by drafting LSU safety Eric Reid in the first round. They also traded forBaltimorewide receiver Anquan Boldin, who’s known for making clutch catches. Top wideout Michael Crabtree suffered an injury in the offseason but should be back to help the 49ers’ postseason push.BuyCandlestickParktickets and watch the 49ers impose their physical style. No one personifies the 49ers more than running back Frank Gore, who ran for 1,212 yards and eight scores last season while averaging 4.7 yards a carry. The 49ers are built to win it all, so get your 49ers tickets now!


San Francisco 49ers football ticket info 2010-2011, go Niners!

San Francisco forty niners tickets are going fast as head coach Mike Singletary continues to build a winner by the Bay. The 49'ers finished 8-8 in 2009, and there is no doubt they are headed to the top under Singletary, who coaches with the same intensity that made him a Hall of Fame linebacker with the Chicago Bears.
The offense revolves around workhorse Frank Gore, but quarterback Alex Smith emerged last year and is on the verge of fulfilling his massive potential. He’s got a freakish athlete to throw to in tight end Vernon Davis, who caught 13 touchdown passes in 2009. San Francisco 49ers tickets are your chance to see this powerful offensive attack in action.
Defense is Singletary’s calling card, and the 49ers are living up to his legacy. Linebacker Patrick Willis (152 tackles, four sacks) is one of the top five defenders in the entire NFL, and the unquestioned leader of the defensive unit. Get your San Francisco 49ers tickets now and watch Willis punish ballcarriers all season.
Candlestick Park will be the place to be for the 2010 season. The 49ers have an extremely attractive home schedule featuring division rivals Arizona (Dec. 17), Seattle (Dec. 12) and St. Louis (Nov. 14) as well as visits from Philadelphia (Oct. 10), Oakland (Oct. 17) and Denver (Oct. 31).
Named the franchise’s 18th head coach on Dec. 28, 2008, Singletary immediately infused the 49ers with his passion and dedication. The result was immediate success. Now the 49ers can see championships in their near future.
San Francisco 49ers tickets are your chance to see this young team return the franchise to the glory days of Joe Montana, Jerry Rice and Steve Young. Candlestick Park has once again become a place opponents dread to visit. With Alex Smith’s gutty leadership and Gore’s bulldozing style, the offense sets the tone. The defense, led by Willis and linebacker Takeo Spikes, has a nasty side that emerges often.
That’s why San Francisco 49ers tickets are in big demand.
The 49ers used to rule the NFC West and they are poised to do so again. San Francisco nearly made the playoffs in Singletary’s first full season, and they are a lock to do so in Year 2. Get your San Francisco 49ers tickets now!

SF 49ers ticket info

San Francisco 49ers tickets are selling fast as fans jump on their chance to see one of the rising powers in the NFL. Led by new coach Mike Singletary, the Hall of Fame linebacker who anchored the Super Bowl-champion Chicago Bears in the 1980s, the 49ers are becoming a fierce, hard-hitting squad that strikes fear in their opponents.
Singletary took over midway through the 2008 season on an interim basis and rallied the 49ers to a strong finish.
Fittingly, Singletary is building the 49ers defense around a player in his own image: linebacker Patrick Willis.
San Francisco 49ers tickets are your chance to watch Willis discombobulate opposing offenses. In his first two seasons, he has made the Pro Bowl twice while leading the team in tackles. In 32 games, Willis has racked up at least 10 tackles an incredible 26 times.
Candlestick Park tickets are in big demand because the 49ers look as if they’re about to recapture the glory days that led to five Super Bowl titles.
The 49ers feature one of the most exciting running backs in the NFL in Frank Gore. A sixth-year pro out of the University of Miami, Gore is the first 49er in history to post three straight 1,000-yard rushing seasons. In fact, Gore’s 3,833 rushing yards over the past three seasons rank second in the NFL behind San Diego’s LaDainian Tomlinson.
Playing in the ultra-competitive NFC West, the 49ers begin their home schedule by hosting division foes Seattle on Sept. 20 and St. Louis on Oct. 4. You must buy Candlestick Park tickest to watch the 49ers entertain the explosive Atlanta Falcons on Oct. 11 and the powerful Tennessee Titans on Nov. 8.
San Francisco 49ers tickets are the only way you can catch the ultimate matchup on Nov. 12, when Singletary’s old team, the Chicago Bears, visit Candlestick Park. There are also high-profile matchups with the Jacksonville Jaguars (Nov. 29) and the Arizona Cardinals (Dec. 14), the defending division champs who represented the NFC in the Super Bowl.
To watch the 49ers battle for a playoff spot in their home finale, Dec. 27 against the Detroit Lions, you need to grab your San Francisco 49ers tickets now!

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2008 San Francisco 49ers Tickets


San Francisco 49ers tickets may not have the cache they once had, but the day when 49ers fans are lining up for NFL Playoff tickets may not be that far off. Many expected it to happen in 2007 but injuries and some bad luck have put off the golden day of the 49ers return to prominence. Looking at the current team, the 49ers schedule, and the potential of draft picks, should bring a certain amount of optimism to the fans with 49ers tickets that still pack Monster Park on Sundays in the fall.

49ers Tickets – Don’t Look Back


After a disappointing 5-11 season in 2007, it may be hard for some 49ers lovers to be optimistic. Don’t let emotion derail you. Sure, hopes were high for an NFL Playoff berth, but injuries got in the way along with less than stellar performance from some key areas of the team. Frank Gore was coming off a monster season that saw him rush for 1,695 yards. Finishing with 1,102 in 2007 may seem lackluster, but with teams gearing up to stop him, a falloff had to be expected. Even more devastating was the loss of Alex Smith to a shoulder injury. Even when Smith came back, it was obvious he was still ailing and Trent Dilfer is at best a journeyman. Forget the past and concentrate on 2008 San Francisco 49ers tickets.

49ers Tickets – Looking Ahead

Number One Priority? Protect Alex Smith. 49ers ticket holders watched their quarterback get sacked 55 times last season. The situation should improve as last year’s top pick Joe Staley gets better. Adding to the protective circle will be Chilo Rachel, a somewhat surprising but solid pick in the 2nd Round. To bolster the defense, San Francisco picked up defensive tackle Kentwan Balmer of North Carolina to help replace Bryant Young who is expected to retire. Bottom line is that San Francisco should have the services of their top talent, have more talent to draw on, and reap the benefits of an easy schedule in the NFC West. All good news for San Francisco 49ers tickets.

Best 2008 49ers Tickets

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TOP 10 REASONS TO BUY SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS TICKETS

10. Maturing force: San Francisco 49ers tickets are selling fast as this young team matures into a dominant force. It's clear the 49ers are on a path toward returning to the glory days.
9.  Grand tradition: The 49ers are the only team with two or more appearances and no defeats in the Super Bowl. The team currently shares the record for most Super Bowl victories (five) with the Pittsburgh Steelers and Dallas Cowboys.
8. Greatness personified: San Francisco is synonymous with greatness, and the teams of the 1980s and early 1990s are considered among the best in NFL history. Ronnie Lott, Joe Montana, Steve Young and Jerry Rice are just some 49ers who became legends in that era.
7. Mike Nolan: Head coach Mike Nolan has the team headed in the right direction. The 49ers were 4-12 his first year, 7-9 in 2006. Nolan is a defensive guru whose father, Dick Nolan, also coached the 49ers.
6. Alex Smith: Quarterback Alex Smith, the first overall pick in the 2005 NFL draft, is coming into his own. In 2006, he showed tremendous improvement when he threw for 2,890 yards and 16 touchdowns. Smith has a strong arm to go with uncommon scrambling ability.
5. Monster attraction: San Francisco 49ers tickets are your entry to Monster Park, which gets loud and crazy when the home team is playing. The stadium is situated at Candlestick Point on the western shore of the San Francisco Bay.
4. Team of titles: The 49ers have won five Super Bowls, five NFC titles and 17 divisional championships.
3. Fancy duds: The 49ers wear distinctive uniforms designed in cardinal red, metallic gold and black. The team logo elicits instant respect.
2. Tight end Vernon Davis: Vernon Davis was drafted sixth overall in 2006 by the 49ers, and he is on the road to greatness. The versatile tight end's first NFL reception was a 31-yard touchdown catch, and added a 52-yard score later in the season.
1. Frank Gore: Running back Frank Gore, a rare combination of power and speed out of the University of Miami, will continue to destroy defenses like he did in 2006. Gore carried 312 times for a franchise record 1,695 yards and became the first member of the 49ers to lead the NFC in rushing.

THIS PAST WEEK'S SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS TICKETS
ARIZONA CARDINALS (4-10) AT SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS (6-8) TICKETS
4:05 p.m., Sunday
Monster Park

Frank Gore is on the move, and the third-year back out of Miami has been hard to stop. He’ll be looking to continue the 49ers’ run toward the postseason on Sunday, when the high-flying Arizona Cardinals come to town. Will San Francisco quarterback Alex Smith continue to improve against a suspect Cardinal pass defense? It won’t matter. Just give the ball to Gore, and watch him go.

ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: San Francisco 20, Arizona 14
(Last Week: 9-7/Season 116-67)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: San Francisco running back Frank Gore is on the way to the Pro Bowl.

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PAST WEEK'S SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS TICKETS
SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS TICKETS (5-8) AT SEATTLE SEAHAWKS (8-5)
8 pm, Thursday
Qwest Field

After cranking out some wins behind Frank Gore, the San Francisco 49ers have now dropped back to back games against the red hot Saints and the so-so Packers. At first glance, a trip to Qwest might seem to be a recipe for disaster. Not so fast. The Seahawks just lost to Arizona. Yes, that Arizona. It’s a good time to catch the slumping Seahawks, who have lost that dominant feel and the swagger they had at the end of last season. Suddenly, Seattle looks average. If the 49ers can run the ball with Gore, they can give Seattle something to worry about.

ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: Seattle Seahawks 24, San Francisco 49ers 21
(Last Week: 9-7/Season 116-67)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: A quick look at the offensive weapons of the 49ers reveals the only fantasy play available: Frank Gore

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PAST WEEK'S SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS (5-7) TICKETS
SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS (5-7) VS. GREEN BAY PACKERS (4-8) TICKETS
4:05 pm, Sunday
Monster Park

The San Francisco 49ers suffered a tough defeat last week against the red-hot Saints. This week should be a little easier as they return home to take on the flailing Green Bay Packers. The Niners still have a shot at the post-season, but they need to win from here on out. The struggling Packer defense should prove to be no match for RB Frank Gore's bruising rushing attack. A win here would set the 49ers back on track towards a successful season from here on out.

ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: San Francisco 49ers 21, Green Bay Packers 10
(Last Week: 11-5/Season 118-65)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: RB Frank Gore is simply a beast on the ground. Start him without hesitation.

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PAST WEEK'S SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS (5-6) TICKETS
SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS (5-6) AT NEW ORLEANS SAINTS (7-4) TICKETS
1:00 pm, Sunday
Louisiana Superdome

Who would have thought that we would actually be talking about two playoff hopeful teams when the 49ers travel to New Orleans to take on the Saints? Two of the worst teams in the league last year have both made huge improvements over last season. The 49ers, once an offensive joke, have new life as RB Frank Gore piles up the yards and the touchdowns. QB Alex Smith has settled down and is running Mike Nolan's offense effectively with good results. No one would call them the best in NFL, but the Niners have a shot at winning their division. They've got to beat the red hot Saints though, not an easy task to accomplish in the Superdome.

ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: New Orleans Saints 31, San Francisco 49ers 17
(Last Week: 10-6/Season 107-60)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: The Saints have trouble stopping the run, so give RB Frank Gore the start. (Last week: RB Gore, 21 carries for 134 yards, 1 TD)

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THIS PAST WEEK'S SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS TICKETS
SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS (5-5) TICKETS AT ST. LOUIS RAMS (4-6)
1 pm, Sunday
Edward Jones Dome

If you wrote off the 49ers early in the season you'd better think again. Mike Nolan's bunch is playing some pretty good football. The 49ers are coming off a major upset of the Seattle Seahawks and pumped up for more. Frank Gore is a demon. The 49ers ball carrier gashed the Seattle defense for over 200 yards. Yes you read that right, 200 yards. Alex Smith scored in the air and on the ground. The 49ers are for real. St. Louis on the other hand, got blanked by Carolina. This looked like gimme for the Rams early in the season but now it looks like one hell of an NFL game. The Rams better be ready or they'll get their heads handed to them.

ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: San Francisco 49ers 20, St. Louis Rams 17
(Last Week: 9-7/Season 91-54)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: San Francisco running back Frank Gore is getting better every week (Last week: Gore - 24 carries, 212 yards)

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PAST WEEK'S SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS TICKETS
SEATTLE SEAHAWKS (6-3) AT SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS (4-5) TICKETS
4:05 pm, Sunday
Monster Park

Don’t look now, but the 49ers are playing some pretty good football right now. First they shut down the Vikings, and then, last weekend, the snuffed out the Detroit Lions. Now, coach Mike Nolan’s bunch will be looking to make a statement in the NFC West against the defending champion Seattle Seahawks.br>
ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: San Francisco 13, Seattle 10
(Last Week: 9-7/Season 91-54)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: San Francisco running back Frank Gore (Last week: Gore — 32 carries, 159 yards, 1 TD)

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PAST WEEK'S SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS TICKETS
SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS (2-5) AT DETROIT LIONS (2-6) TICKETS
1 p.m., Sunday
Ford Field

The 49ers came back nicely from last week’s rout to scratch out a 9-3 win over the beaten up Vikings. It wasn’t pretty but the Niners won after generating only 163 yards of offense. More impressive was the play of the defense that forced three turnovers. If the Niners can play like that in Detroit they’ll give the Lions problems. But Detroit looked good in beating a hot Atlanta Falcons team so we’re looking for a tight scrap here. Advantage to the home team.

ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: Detroit Lions 24, San Francisco 49ers 20
(Last Week: 9-4/Season 82-47)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: RB Frank Gore is the best thing to happen to San Francisco in a long while. (Last Week: Gore, 19 carries for 41 yards)

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PAST WEEK'S SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS TICKETS
SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS (4-3) VS MINNESOTA VIKINGS (2-5) TICKETS
4:05 p.m., Sunday
Monster Park

The 49ers got schooled last week against the Bears. Don't expect the Vikings to do the same this week. The Niners learned a hard lesson in Chicago, and will be coming out in full force against Minnesota. RB Frank Gore is a top-tier back, and QB Alex Smith improves every week. This is an underestimated (and unlucky) San Francsico team. Fans know that the Niners have the talent to beat any team in the NFL, they just have to get back to basics and play some football. This just might be the week that they pull it all together.

ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: Minnesota Vikings 28, San Francisco 49ers 3
(Last Week: 8-5/Season 73-43)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: RB Frank Gore managed to hang 111 yards on the Bears, just think what he'll do to the Vikes. (Last Week: Gore, 12 carries for 111 yards)

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PAST WEEK'S SAN FRANCISCO 49ers TICKETS
SAN FRANCISCO 49ers (2-4) AT CHICAGO BEARS (6-0) TICKETS
1 p.m., Sunday
Soldier Field

The 49ers are still trying to work their way into being a respectable NFL team. They just so happen to have the misfortune to play the Bears this week. Can miracles happen? Yes, but don't bet big money on it. The Bears aren't in a good mood but do seem to be a team of destiny. It's another pitstop in the long road of development for Alex Smith. br>
ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: Chicago Bears 28, San Francisco 49ers 10
(Last Week: 5-8/Season 65-39)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: 49ers running back Frank Gore(Last week: Niners on a bye)
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PAST WEEK’S SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS TICKETS
Philadelphia Eagles at San Francisco 49ers Tickets
4:15, Sunday
Monster Park

49ers tickets delivered their first win of the season at Monster Park against the Rams in Week 2. Now the 49ers face the daunting task of taking on an angry Philadelphia Eagles team still smarting from an overtime loss to the Giants. Before you write off the 49ers remember this: The Niner's defense sacked Rams QB Marc Bulger six times. Niner QB Alex Smith passed for 233 yards, including a 72-yard TD pass to Antonio Bryant. Big plays like that could be the 49ers ticket to a win over Philly.
ABCTickets.com NFL football prediction: Philadelphia Eagles 28, San Francisco 49ers 17 (Last Week: Frank Gore - 13-3/Season 33-9)

Fantasy football ticket to victory: San Francisco running back Frank Gore who notched 127 yards against the Rams.

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