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49ers’ are the ‘most expensive’ team in football

49ers’ are the ‘most expensive’ team in football

NOT-SO-FRUGAL 49ERs: Families will have to shell out an estimated $641.50 to attend a 49ers game in their new digs in Santa Clara, California. Photo: Associated Press

NEW YORK (AP) — The San Francisco 49ers’ new stadium is the most expensive venue to take a family of four for an NFL game.

Team Marketing Report released its Fan Cost Index on Thursday, indicating families will have to shell out an estimated $641.50 to attend a 49ers game in their new digs in Santa Clara, California.

The New England Patriots remain the most expensive ticket at $122, the highest average for a non-premium ticket.They’re followed by the 49ers at $117.

The average NFL ticket is $84.43, a 3.5 percent increase from last season.

Eight teams have average non-premium tickets more than $100. The New York Giants ($111.69), Dallas ($110.20), Chicago ($108.44), Jets ($105.66), Washington ($102) and Baltimore ($100.19) round out the field.

Cleveland still has the cheapest at $54.20, followed by Jacksonville ($57.65).

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