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Paper Chased: 49ers To Use Mobile Ticketing As Primary Delivery Method In '15

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 10 / 30 / 14

The 49ers plan to use mobile ticketing as the primary delivery method of season tickets next year at Levi’s Stadium after seeing heavy adoption of the technology this season, according to team COO Al Guido. For the '15 season, fans can still use the print-at-home feature but the team will no ...

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Tags: San Francisco 49ers, Franchises

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