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How to Get 49ers Playoff Tickets

Posted by Taylor Price on December 8, 2011 – 11:35 AM

As the 2011 NFC West Champs, the San Francisco 49ers will host a home playoff game at Candlestick Park on either the weekend of January 7-8 or 14-15. It all depends on the final records of the other NFC playoff teams.

Season ticket holders and 2012 season ticket deposit holders will have exclusive rights to purchase 49ers playoff tickets through the end of December.

At the beginning of January, following season ticket and deposit holders, the general public will have access to purchase the tickets that remain. Purchase limits will apply to the remaining tickets and availability will be limited.

As CEO Jed York announced on his Twitter account last week, the 49ers have frozen all season ticket prices for 2012. Click here for playoff pricing map and here for 2012 seat pricing. Season ticket deposits can also be placed by clicking this link.

Lastly, single game tickets for the 49ers final regular season home game versus the Pittsburgh Steelers on 12/19 are sold out.  To buy regular season single game tickets, please visit the NFL Ticket Exchange.

For all other ticket or suite matters, please contact Jared Kozinn, 49ers Manager of Ticket Sales and Service.


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14 Responses to “How to Get 49ers Playoff Tickets”

  1. By Chad Harwood on Dec 8, 2011 | Reply

    I received an email from the 49er ticket office saying that I would have a chance to buy playoff tickets before the general public because I placed a deposit on season tickets at the new Santa Clara stadium. I don’t see anything about that in the webposting above. Is there anything information on my chance to purchase these playoff tickets?

  2. By Trevor Diep on Dec 8, 2011 | Reply

    Hi,

    I have a question regarding season tickets. Is it the price of the seat x the number of home games next year or how does the pricing work?

    Thanks,
    Trevor

  3. By rjdniner on Dec 8, 2011 | Reply

    HOPE LIKE HECK THEY WIN THE REST OF THERE GAMES .
    I KNOW THEY DONT WANT TO TRAVEL
    HEY I JUST REMENBED WERE NOT SUPPOSE TO BE IN THE
    PLAYOFFS HA HA.

  4. By Mike on Dec 8, 2011 | Reply

    Does anyone know howuch playoff tickets usually run at?

  5. By Mike on Dec 8, 2011 | Reply

    Does anyone know of around how much playoff tickets would cost?

  6. By stevestereo on Dec 8, 2011 | Reply

    Thank You Jed you de MAN !!!

  7. By stevestereo on Dec 8, 2011 | Reply

    i wood love to go to a home play off game but i went to the 49ers Thanksgiveing game and will be at the Xmas eve game so if some one would like to get me some tix ill be there !!!

  8. By FaithfulFootballFanatic on Dec 8, 2011 | Reply

    if we lose 2 more games (ex: steelers seahawks) we will be playing a wild card game versus some crappy team like the falcons or even worst the cardinals if they win out….who know whats goin to happen

  9. By rjdniner on Dec 8, 2011 | Reply

    I MUCH RATHER BE AT THE FIRST PLAY OFF GAME ,BUT
    ILL BE WATCHING #52 ON MY 52 INCH SCREEN TV .

  10. By HaterHater on Dec 9, 2011 | Reply

    If you’re wondering if you can afford playoff tickets, you can’t.

  11. By crash783 on Dec 9, 2011 | Reply

    if you put a deposit on season tickets you should recieve an email letting you know when you can purchase playoff tickets after the reg season ticket holders claimed theirs first. should be in early jan.

  12. By crash783 on Dec 9, 2011 | Reply

    season tickets are the price of the seat x ten home games during the reg season, post season is extra and the price for playoff tickets depends on your seat selection and you have to buy a two game package that start at $59 for devisional and $109 for championship game must but both for that price

  13. By Robert49er on Dec 14, 2011 | Reply

    If you make a deposit to be a season ticket holder for the 2012 season, will you be able to purchase tickets before the general public? If so when?

  14. By Robert49er on Dec 14, 2011 | Reply

    Also, is the amount of tickets that could be purchased by regular season ticket holders limited?

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