Vivid Seats: Cowboys will have fan presence at Levi's vs. 49ers originally appeared on NBC Sports Bayarea
The Dallas Cowboys' fan base will not be as prevalent as the 49ers Faithful have been during recent road games, but they will still be making their presence felt at Levi’s Stadium on Sunday.
Ticket marketplace Vivid Seats predicts that 26 percent of the crowd will be rooting for the Cowboys during the NFC Divisional Playoff. This is not quite the invasion 49ers fans made on AT&T Stadium for the last year's wild-card matchup on Jan. 16, 2022, but it is still significant.
Vivid Seats also reports that tickets to Sunday’s 49ers-Cowboys clash are more in demand than the remainder of the weekend’s NFL playoff games, with the average cost is running at $564 per seat.
Ranking of 2023 NFL Divisional Playoff Tickets
1. 1/22/23 NFC: Dallas Cowboys at San Francisco 49ers - $564
2. 1/21/23 NFC: New York Giants at Philadelphia Eagles - $538
3. 1/22/23 AFC: Cincinnati Bengals at Buffalo Bills - $285
4. 1/21/23 AFC: Jacksonville Jaguars at Kansas City Chiefs - $235
Sunday’s matchup is the highest price of any San Francisco game at Levi’s Stadium, topping even the NFC Championship Game between the 49ers and the Green Bay Packers leading up to the club’s appearance in Super Bowl LIV in 2020.
Ranking of San Francisco 49ers Tickets on Record
1. 1/22/23 NFC Divisional Playoffs: Dallas Cowboys at San Francisco 49ers - $564
2. 1/19/20 NFC Championship: Green Bay Packers at San Francisco 49ers - $556
3. 1/22/12 NFC Championship: New York Giants at San Francisco 49ers - $424
4. 1/11/20 NFC Divisional Playoffs: Minnesota Vikings at San Francisco 49ers - $359
5. 12/11/22 Tampa Bay Buccaneers at San Francisco 49ers - $338
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The 49ers Faithful have been extremely prevalent on the road during the regular season and maybe even more so during the playoffs. Cowboys players still are affected by the rowdy fans dressed in red and gold just over one year ago.
No doubt it will be a raucous crowd at Levi’s on Sunday and it is the 49ers’ players responsibility to not give the Cowboys fans in attendance any reasons to cheer.