Breaking Down The Ticket Market In San Francisco

On Sunday the San Francisco 49ers will host the St. Louis Rams at Levi’s Stadium. While this could prove to be an important matchup in the NFC West as the 49ers sit at just 4-3, it will be the least expensive game of the season on the secondary market at Levi’s Stadium. According to Razorgator, the average price of 49ers tickets for the game is just $178.62. It’s the only game of the five remaining games in Santa Clara to have an average price below $200.

The 49ers have won their past three meetings against the Rams, with St. Louis taking the game before that and the two teams playing to a tie in their fifth most recent meeting. The teams met just two weeks ago for a Monday Night Football game in St. Louis, which only had an average price of $83.66. After a quick start from the Rams, the 49ers came back to win 31-17.

Sunday’s price between San Francisco and St. Louis is almost $100 below the average price of the NLCS between the St. Louis Cardinals and San Francisco Giants earlier in the month. The average price of Giants tickets across the series was $271.31. If the football game plays out like the baseball series, the 49ers should have a fairly easy time handling the Rams. Meanwhile the with the NBA season beginning this week Golden State Warriors are seeing prices average $125.11 for the season as a whole for Warriors tickets.

The most expensive remaining home game for the 49ers will come on Thanksgiving night against the Seattle Seahawks. Even as both teams are not the dominant forces they were last season, a prime time game for the biggest Thursday night game of the year brings a huge premium on the secondary market. The average price for the game is currently $469.20 with a get-in price of $153.

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