Long time San Francisco 49er season ticket holders are already familiar with being screwed by the Porks and the new 49ers. I say the new 49ers because the 49er organization of old would not have screwed the fans the way the recent group has. Now they’ve gone too far by restricting the transfer of 49ers season ticket holder rights, and keeping it hush hush.
It’s bad enough they’ve been jacking up the 49ers ticket prices dramatically the last few years but they slipped in a few additional sentences in the 2010 San Francisco 49ers handbook this last season that restricts 49er season ticket holders from transferring the rights to their season ticket to anyone but a member of the immediate family.
Right now a 49er season ticket holder cannot transfer his rights to other buyers of their tickets, friends, their uncle, or anyone willing to offer money for the rights on the open market. Why would they do it now after all these years and especially after jacking up the ticket prices so much?
The answer is greed and the new stadium. If you can’t afford the new jacked up ticket prices or just can’t make all the games any more then your only option as a 49er season ticket holder would be to let them go if a member of your immediate family doesn’t want them either. That is what the Porks are looking for, more season tickets in the prime locations for the corporate stiffs down in Santa Clara.
It’s sad to see long time San Francisco 49er fans treated this way after being jacked up for so long and with one of the worst football stadiums in the country. Don’t blame the fans when the team leaves for Santa Clara just like you can’t blame the Sacramento Kings fans for the greedy Magoofs bolting town for Anaheim.
This will be the first many 49er season ticket holders will hear of the restrictions. It wouldn’t have been a problem if they had simply read the 2010 49er handbook cover to cover. They’ll have to change the wording now because the 49er season ticket holders obviously have very little rights any more. Greedy pigs