San Francisco 49ers Gold Seats

San Francisco 49ers Gold Seats occupy the bulk of seating between the goal lines on both sides of the field at Candlestick Park. The Candlestick Park seating chart includes the 49ers Gold Seats in multiple areas throughout the first three levels of seats from the field.


San Francisco 49ers Gold Seats are located on both the 49ers and visitor's side of the field. On the 49ers (west) side of the field, Gold Seats are available in the Lower Box, Lower Reserve, and Upper Box seating levels. On the Lower Box level closest to the field, 49ers Gold Seats are in sections 10, 12, 14, 20, 22, and 24. On the Lower Reserve two levels from the field, 49ers Gold Seats are in sections 10, 12, 14, 16, 18, 20, 22, and 24. On the Upper Box three levels from the field, 49ers Gold Seats are in sections 16, 18, 20, 22, 24, 26, 28, and 30. On the visitor's (east) side of the field, Gold Seats occupy every Lower East Stands section with the exception of the front third of sections 29, 31, and 33 (which are 49ers Platinum Seats). Gold Seats are take up sections 37, 39, 41, 43, 45, 47, and 49 on the Upper Box level of the visitor's sideline. Gold Seats offer good views of the action from well-positioned locations and comprise a great seating option with good values for most fans.

See the San Francisco 49ers seating chart or more detailed information on specific sections: 49ers Field Boxes, 49ers Red Zone, 49ers Field Suites, 49ers Luxury Suites, 49ers Touchdown Club, 49ers VIP Party Pavilion, 49ers Platinum Seats, 49ers Gold Seats, 49ers Blue Seats, 49ers Light Blue Seats, 49ers Red Seats, 49ers Green Seats, and 49ers Charcoal Seats.

49ers Gold Seats are all sold for the same price by the team. Season ticket purchasers who buy a package of all 10 home games, including two preseason games, pay $129 per game. Individual game purchasers pay $159 each. Since the best seat locations nearest the fifty yard line and closest to the field are sold out on a full season basis, only the worst tickets remain for individual game purchases. However, season ticket holders are forced to pay full face value for two preseason games which often sell for 25 percent of face value on the secondary ticket market. Fans intent on sitting in great seats should shop multiple ticket brokers for the largest selection and best prices. Fans preferring to get the best value should generally look for randomly-placed individual game tickets directly from the team.

San Francisco 49ers Gold Seats

San Francisco 49ers Gold Seats
View from the San Francisco 49ers Gold Seats
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