More 49ers fans expected in Week 13 against Eagles than for 2023 NFC Championship – NBC Sports Bay Area and California

According to ticket marketplace Vivid Seats, the Faithful 49ers will be in Philadelphia for Sunday’s contest against the Eagles in much higher numbers than they were for the NFC Championship Game in January.

This won’t be the possession seen in Los Angeles during the team’s Week 2 win over the Rams or the sea of ​​red that was present in the 49ers’ bounce-back win over the Jacksonville Jaguars, but it will be 30 percent more red than that fateful game 10 months ago.

Vivid Seats’ proprietary algorithm predicts that 28 percent of the crowd at Lincoln Financial Field on Sunday will be cheering for the 49ers, with 72 percent coming from the home crowd. In January, just 19 percent of the public supported the 49ers in the final playoff game that sent the Eagles to Super Bowl XLII.

Sunday’s contest is trending as one of the most sought-after 49ers-Eagles games in nearly 10 years, and it’s the hottest NFL Week 13 ticket with per-seat prices far higher than any other game on the schedule.

Top NFL Tickets (Week 13)

1. San Francisco 49ers at Philadelphia Eagles; December 3 – $435

2. Kansas City Chiefs at Green Bay Packers (SNF); December 3 – $280

3. Seattle Seahawks at Dallas Cowboys (TNF); November 30 – $226

4. Los Angeles Chargers at New England Patriots; December 3 – $220

5. Cincinnati Bengals at Jacksonville Jaguars (MNF); December 4 – $175

Top 49ers-Eagles tickets (since 2014)

1. NFC Championship (San Francisco 49ers at Philadelphia Eagles); January 29, 2023 – $974

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2. San Francisco 49ers at Philadelphia Eagles; December 3 – $435

3. San Francisco 49ers at Philadelphia Eagles; Sep 19, 2021 – $264

4. Philadelphia Eagles at San Francisco 49ers; September 28, 2014 – $213

5. San Francisco 49ers at Philadelphia Eagles; Oct 29, 2017 – $159

While Philadelphia is known for its rowdy crowd, many faithful are willing to brave not only Eagles fans, but the elements. There’s a high chance of rain in the forecast with temperatures in the low 50s, but with the contest containing the top two seeds in the NFC, the game should be worth it.

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