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49ers single game tickets go on sale Friday, July 28

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Will the renewed optimism result in higher priced tickets on the secondary market?

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The San Francisco 49ers are back at training camp, and with that has come an announcement on tickets. The team announced that single game tickets will go on sale on Friday, July 28, starting at 10 a.m. PT. Tickets will be available at Ticketmaster.

Individuals are allowed to purchase a maximum of eight tickets per game. In the first year of Levi’s Stadium, individual tickets were a little harder to come by. Recent struggles have made it much easier to get tickets, either at face value on Ticketmaster, or under face value on the secondary market.

There is a renewed optimism surrounding the 49ers since the hiring of John Lynch and Kyle Shanahan. I don’t expect it to be too hard initially to get single game tickets, but the real value measure will be how much season ticket holders are getting when they need to or want to re-sell their tickets online. Season tickets are expensive in general, but it’s a bigger commitment for some folks. Some of those people went into this looking to sell a few tickets each year to help finance the rest. That’s been a losing proposition the last two seasons. We’ll see how soon the 49ers ticket value increases on the secondary market.