SANTA CLARA (CBS SF) – 49er fans are angry. With Frank Gore, Patrick Willis and Jim Harbaugh (among others) gone, many of the “Niner Faithful” are venting frustrations on Twitter or posting their concerns on Facebook and YouTube.
But will they still show up to Levi’s Stadium when the 2015 regular season kicks off? If they’re still interested in tickets, the silver lining is they can get a better deal than last year.
Season ticket holders have begun putting their personal seat licenses – the price you have to pay for the right to buy season tickets – on sale on the secondary market, and many of the listings are actually below the original price paid before the 2014 season.
The 49ers call their PSLs “stadium builders’ licenses” for the role they played in financing Levi’s Stadium. Originally, they listed between $2,000 and $80,000, depending on the…
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