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Season tickets tickets for all San Francisco 49ers games are available on the team website. Season ticket holders get 10 home games, including two preseason games and eight regular-season games, as well as access to training camp, invitations to exclusive events and a chance to take professional holiday photos at Levi’s Stadium.
Among the available season tickets are the new Citrix Owners Seats, which are located in private Citrix Owners Club. Ticket holders will enjoy plush, leather seats in a climate-controlled environment with great views and access to the Citrix Owners Club before, during and after the game.
Primary market single-game tickets are sold out.
The 49ers are offering mobile ticketing options as well as a mobile-ticket account manager to help fans keep track of their tickets and keep them handy. Fans can use the app to manage tickets purchased through the team or Ticketmaster, and a tutorial for how to get most out of the app is available on the 49ers website. Tickets can be added to your mobile wallet, and the app can be used to send or sell tickets to other mobile users.
On the secondary market TicketIQ has Low Price Guarantees on 49ers tickets for all sold out games and tickets on the 2019 schedule, in addition to Low Price Guarantees on all NFL tickets. That means that if you find a secondary market ticket for less on a site like StubHub or SeatGeek, we’ll give you 200% of the difference in ticket credit. TicketIQ customers save an average of 5%-20% compared to StubHub and SeatGeek.
The cheapest chance to get into Levi’s Stadium on the secondary market this season will be for the November 17 Arizona Cardinals game. Tickets are trending at $166, making it one of only three games with an average asking price below $200.
The priciest game is the season opener against the Pittsburgh Steelers, for which demand has pushed prices to $352.
There are no single-game tickets available on the primary market for 2019 San Francisco 49ers home games. On the secondary market, the average asking price of $194 ranks No. 17 across the NFL. The average asking price is up from $154 in 2018. The average asking price for tickets peaked at $379 in 2014, which was the year Levi’s Stadium opened. Prices stayed over $200 for the next two seasons, before declining.
Secondary market average asking price: $352
Secondary market cheapest ticket: $165
Pair the home opener with a team the 49ers haven’t hosted in eight years and this game has the highest average asking price of the season. It’s been four years since these teams have faced each other, and the last time Pittsburgh was in San Francisco was 2011. The Steelers won the last meeting, 43-18, at Heinz Field in 2015, but the 49ers hold an 11-10 all-time series advantage.
Secondary market average asking price: $242
Secondary market cheapest ticket: $97
This is the third priciest game on the secondary market, and the first time in four years the teams have played. The Browns have had a tough time of it lately, but could be on the upswing – after going 1-15 and 0-16 in 2016 and 2017, they very nearly got to .500 last season. The teams last played in 2015 with the Browns winning. Cleveland leads the all-time series, 12-7.
Secondary market average asking price: $184
Secondary market cheapest price: $60
This game will be a good chance for fans to get into Levi’s Stadium for a lower price – the game is the second cheapest on the secondary market. Carolina and San Francisco didn’t play last season, but the 49ers won the two previous meetings (2016, 2017). Carolina’s last win against San Francisco was in a Divisional Playoff Game in 2014.
Secondary market average asking price: $205
Secondary market cheapest price: $75
The only Monday Night Football game for the 49ers this season pits them against one of their biggest rivals, and will be the first time the teams have played since last season’s 49ers’ overtime victory. This rivalry didn’t really blossom until the Seahawks joined the NFC West, and Seattle is 12-3 against San Francisco since it drafted Russell Wilson in 2012. This game is the fourth cheapest at home this season.
Secondary market average asking price: $166
Secondary market cheapest price: $52
The 49ers will have a short week after the MNF game, and while the Cardinals are divisional rivals, this game is the cheapest of the season at home. The teams play twice a year and the Cardinals have owned the 49ers of late, winning the last eight consecutive.
Secondary market average asking price: $324
Secondary market cheapest price: $141
The 49ers and Packers have a long and rich history that features seven playoff games, and a rivalry that dates to 1950. One of the premiere teams in the NFL, the Packers haven’t played at San Francisco since 2015, and have won the last two meetings (2015, 1018), snapping a four-game 49erswin streak. It’s no surprise this is the second priciest game on the secondary market.
Secondary market average asking price: $185
Secondary market cheapest price: $52
These teams have been playing since the Falcons joined the NFL in 1966, and the 49ers traditionally dominated the rivalry until Atlanta won four in a row between 2004-10. But San Francisco holds a 47-31-1 all-time series advantage. The teams last played in 2016, when Atlanta won, 41-13, on their way to Super Bowl LI. This is another chance to get a seat at Levi’s Stadium for less than $200.
Secondary market average asking price: $219
Secondary market cheapest price: $72
The average asking price for this game could easily rise if the Rams have the kind of season they had last year. It’s a short flight from Los Angeles to San Francisco, and plenty of football fans dot the California skies during the NFL season. Both teams are original members of the NFC West and there’s been a lot of parity over the years – San Francisco holds a slight 69-67-3 all-time series advantage.
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San Francisco is making its first playoff appearance since 2013, and only its fourth since 2010. As a No. 1 seed, and they'll host the lowest remaining seed after the NFC Wild-Card games. The Divisional game at Levi's Stadium is set for January 11th.
Primary market tickets are still available for the 49ers’ NFC Divisional game via Ticketmaster.
On the secondary market TicketIQ will offer fans a Low Price Guarantee on all sold out San Francisco 49ers playoff tickets in addition to Low Price Guarantees on all NFL playoff tickets and Super Bowl tickets. That means that if you find a secondary market ticket for less on a site like StubHub or Vivid, we’ll give you 200% of the difference in ticket credit. TicketIQ customers save up to 25%.
The average asking price for a seat to the Divisional game is the second highest in the NFL, behind only $632 for a New England Patriots home game. The average is 97% higher than the $289 cost of a ticket to a regular-season ticket on the secondary market.
On secondary ticket marketplace TicketIQ, the cheapest ticket gets fans a seat on the 400 Level above the visitors' sideline while the priciest ticket remaining is trending at $16,155 in Level 121, Row 1 between the 10-yard line and the end zone. 200-Level seats start at $374 on the corner, and the only field-level 50-yard seats still remaining are in Club C115 on the visitors side starting at $1,811 in Row 29.
Below is a screenshot of inventory on TicketIQ and get-in price by zone:
The lower level is the 100-level sections and is comprised of center sections 108 to 122 and 132 to 144; corner sections 106, 107, 123, 124, 130, 131, 145, and 146; and end zone sections 101 to 106 and 125 to 129. The club sections are 113 to 117 and 135 to 141.
The middle level is the 200-level sections: center sections 209 to 223; corner sections 206 to 208 and 224 to 226; and end zone sections 201 to 205 and 227 to 231. The club sections are 212 to 220 and 236 to 242.
The upper level of Levi’s Stadium is comprised of 300- and 400-level sections: center sections 309 to 320 and 406 to 417 in addition to corner sections 306 to 308, 321 to 323, 401 to 405, and 418 to 422. There are also end zone sections 301 to 305 and 324 to 328.
The 100 sections of the lower bowl have as many as 37 rows. Seats in the 200 sections have to 37 rows. Seats in the 300 sections have to 8 rows. Seats in the 400 sections have up to 28 rows. Club and other special sections have fewer rows.
Seats in each row start with No. 1 and that seat is the one closest to the previous section. For example, in section 132, seat No. 1 would be the seat closest to section 131. The average section in the 100 sections have 32 seats per row. The 200 section rows have 22 seats per row. In the 300 sections, there are between 24 and 32 seats per row. The 400 sections have 29 seats per row.
Levi’s Stadium offers ADA assistance from the parking lot to the seating area. The accessible drop-off location is on Stars and Stripes Drive and Centennial Boulevard across from Yellow Lot 2. In addition, the accessible parking locations are Green Lots 1 and 4, Red Lot 1, and Blue Lot 1. The best locations are Green Lot 1 and Red Lot 1. There are more than 300 Handicap Parking spaces in the two lots and courtesy cart assistance will be available in both.
Guests that require additional assistance are encouraged to contact the mobility assistance team at 408-579-4610 or email mobilityservices@LevisStadium.com. Wheelchairs are available on a temporary basis. Guests in need of a wheelchair for the full game are encouraged to provide their own. Please contact a guest service representative in your section if other help is needed.
The last few rows of each of the 100, 200, and 300 levels offer some shade for fans, so there will have to be a sacrifice for fans: they will have to be farther away from the field in order to receive shade during sunny days in Santa Clara.
Levi’s Stadium offers a variety of club and premium seating options, including many with air conditioning, concierge service, and access to food and beverage. Below is a look at club and premium seating.
For more detail and views on Club and Premium Seating options, visit the team website.
The exclusive section includes 24 reclining seats behind the north and south end zones. In-seat food delivery service is available for each of the seats. Unfortunately, the south end zone is already sold out on the team website.
The private club allows for fans to enjoy the game in leather seats. The luxurious club is available before, during, and after the game, and appointments can be made here to purchase tickets. The Owners Club level includes 22 premium suites.
NRG Sky Suites and 49ers Premium Suites are available for single games and the full season purchase. For the full season, fans will get 16 tickets to all 49ers games, one VIP-branded parking stall, four premium parking passes, and a suite portal to manage and distribute tickets. Each suite has an average size of 16-feet by 30-feet, retractable sliding glass windows, customized suite owner identification, three flat-screens with NFL Sunday Ticket and DirecTV, and customized branding on the wall.
Club 100 fans own four seats within the Club 100 suite, one VIP-branded parking stall, suite-holder exclusive entrance three hours prior to kickoff, pregame field passes, and a pre-set food and beverage menu for the suite.
The club is found on the 300 level of the SAP Tower and is the largest indoor club space at the stadium at 25,000 square feet. The club runs the entire length of the field and accommodates direct views. The club offers a unique Italian food service and is also available for private events.
This club is found one level above the United Club on SAP Tower and there are 200 seats found there. The television screens allow fans to stay on top of all the other action in the NFL on gameday.
The San Francisco 49ers bench is directly in front of club sections 136 to 140.
According to the Levi’s Stadium website, there are multiple options to tailgate. There is a members-only club “Michael Mina’s Tailgate,” which allows for fans to enjoy a great experience at the stadium. Another way to tailgate is the old-fashioned way in the parking lots. Bus, limousine, and RV tailgate parking is available on a pre-sold basis. Buses that wish to tailgate must contact the Visa Box Office at 408-579-4449 to purchase parking in advance.
Mobile ticketing is available for many Levi’s Stadium events, including San Francisco 49ers games. The 49ers offer a step-by-step guide to mobile ticketing, and the team app is available through the App Store or Google Play Store.