With the calendar changing to November this weekend, the San Francisco 49ers have work to do if they were to make an improbable run at one of the two available NFC Wild Card spots.
The 49ers had a four-game skid after winning their opening Monday Night Football game of the season against the Minnesota Vikings. Losses to the Pittsburgh Steelers, Arizona Cardinals, Green Bay Packers and New York Giants had the 49ers staring at 1-4 with many questions surrounding the team’s future. The 49ers hid the noise for a week after beating the Baltimore Ravens by five points at home but then had a downright putrid performance on offense against the Seattle Seahawks last Thursday Night, losing 20-3 at Levi’s Stadium.
San Francisco’s path to a possible Wild Card spot is difficult, as the month of November brings multiple stern tests. With secondary market ticket information from TiqIQ.com, below are the team’s four games in date order:
11/1/2015 | St. Louis Rams vs. San Francisco 49ers | Edward Jones Dome | Average Price: $102.04 | Get-in Price: $25
11/8/2015 | San Francisco 49ers vs. Atlanta Falcons | Levi’s Stadium | Average Price: $155.24 | Get-in Price: $54
11/22/2015 | Seattle Seahawks vs. San Francisco 49ers | CenturyLink Field | Average Price: $480.10 | Get-in Price: $197
11/29/2015 | San Francisco 49ers vs. Arizona Cardinals | Levi’s Stadium | Average Price: $156.70 | Get-in Price: $44
The 49ers have three division matchups out of their four games in November and do not face a team with a losing record. The most expensive of which comes against the Seattle Seahawks at CenturyLink Field on November 22nd with an average ticket price of $480.10 with a get-in price of $197. Parking in Seattle starts at $22 for this game on ParkWhiz.com. Niners fans know how the Seahawks defense can make their team look, as they’ll probably try to attack with a different game plan the second time around.
The other road game is against the St. Louis Rams on November 1st at the Edward Jones Dome with an average ticket price of $102.04 with a get-in price of only $25 to be the Niners’ least expensive game of the month. The Rams are currently 3-3 and are looking to keep pace with their division counterparts with the emergence of running back Todd Gurley.
The team’s two home games are against the 6-1 Atlanta Falcons on November 8th with an average ticket price of $155.24 with a get-in price of $54 and a slightly more expensive game against the Arizona Cardinals on November 29th with an average ticket price of $156.70 and a get-in price of $44. For each home game, securing deals for Levi’s Stadium parking on ParkWhiz.com will eliminate the difficulty of wasting time heading into the stadium.
A tough road lies ahead for the Niners, but expectations are thrown out the window each and every Sunday, so maybe San Francisco can shock the world in their difficult stretch of November games.