The San Francisco 49ers have announced an increase in season ticket prices, coupled with a new initiative dubbed “Member Inclusive Menu” which offers unlimited food and beverage items to season ticket holders at Levi’s Stadium.
The 49ers has partnered with Levy Restaurants for the initiative, which will kick-off next year. They will be the first team in the NFL to offer multiple food and drink items for free. Season ticket holders will have the opportunity to snag unlimited meals like chicken tenders, hot dogs, nachos, and popcorn free of charge, as well as Pepsi products and Peet’s coffee. This does come with a cost, however — season ticket prices will increase by an average of $20 next season; the first increase in six years.
Al Guido, the 49ers President, noted in a press release that after surveying fans, the team noticed that “food service experience is a key driver of fan satisfaction.”
“That insight helped lead us to this new model as a way to increase value for our Members while providing them with the most seamless concessions experience in all of sports.”
This season, the 49ers are up 6-0 in the NFC West. They’re slated to take on the Panthers this weekend, followed by games against the Cardinals, Seahawks, Packers, and Ravens in the coming weeks. Grab tickets to see the 49ers at a game this year via Ticket Club.