The last time the San Francisco 49ers and Seattle Seahawks met, it was an ugly defensive battle that the 49ers narrowly took away as a win, 13-6. This time around, the 49ers (as seen last week versus the Patriots) will bring a much more dynamic offense to the table with second-year quarterback Colin Kaepernick, while equally impressive rookie quarterback Russell Wilson will try to improve on his first meeting with San Francisco’s elite defense.
It’s a heated division battle that could pull the Seahawks one step closer to a shot at the division, while a win could also help secure them a playoff spot. It’s equally important for the 49ers to win, however, if not more so, as a win gives them the NFC West, and would guarantee them a spot in the playoffs. Needless to say, there will be plenty of hype around this intense divisional contest, and it’s no shock that 49ers vs Seahawks tickets will be selling for an incredible $485 on average, with the low still being a whopping $197. At $485/seat, prices are 87% above the average price for 49ers tickets on the road this season. This game has picked up in hype and intensity over the past couple of years, and is now up 169% more than last year’s battle in Seattle, up another 269% from a 2010 meeting, and up 299% from their previous meeting this season. Our partner TiqIQ has teamed up with SeatCrunch to bring you great deals on 49ers Tickets. Use this code ‘SAVE’ for free FedEX shipping (or equal $14 value). Check out the deals here, at SeatCrunch
Two dynamic quarterbacks make the offensives worth watching in a battle of two nasty defenses, easily making this game a toss-up in terms of what kind of strategy will be in place. Seattle could also be without their top two cornerbacks due to looming suspensions, which could help this game break wide open from an offensive stand-point. Either way it shakes out, this game is sure to go down to the wire and live up to the price tag come Sunday.