The 49ers announced pricing for all reserved seats in the new stadium scheduled to open in Santa Clara in 2014. Reserved seats are all seats not in the club or suites, and represent the vast majority of all tickets. A one-time "Stadium Builders License" cost of $2,000-$6,000, with a few as high as $12,000 will be associated with all reserved seats. Game prices will range from $85-$2,000 in the reserved section, which the team said "compares with ticket costs established at other new NFL stadiums." Legends Sales & Marketing was selected to run marketing for the new stadium by The Santa Clara Stadium Authority. The company will offer financing, including short-term installment plans and 10-year term financing. "We anticipate a lot of excitement about reserved seats because we have worked hard to establish pricing that is accessible for the majority of 49ers fans," Al Guido, Vice President of Sales and Service for Legends, said in a statement. "We encourage buyers to compare the prices with other new NFL buildings, as we believe the SBLs and game tickets, as well as our three-year price freeze, represent value." Current season ticket holders will be able to begin purchasing their allocated season Monday. The $1.2 billion new stadium project will include approximately 68,500 seats and 165 luxury suites.
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By The Sports Xchange June 8, 2012 5:40 PM