It’s David versus Goliath in the Bay this weekend.
On Saturday, Jan. 20, the NFC’s number-one seeded San Francisco 49ers will take on the red hot, seventh-place Green Bay Packers at Santa Clara’s Levi’s Stadium.
Brock Purdy’s 49ers come into the winner-takes-all matchup after a bye week; meanwhile, Jordan Love’s Packers won their final three games of the regular season and pulled off a major Wild Card weekend upset over the Dallas Cowboys to send them into the divisional round.
And while San Francisco is heavily favored going into the NFC divisional round, anything can happen in the playoffs — especially when you catch a sneaky, streaky underdog.
That’s why you’re more needed than ever this weekend, 49er Faithful.
As of now, last-minute tickets are still available for the heated rematch of the 2022 NFC divisional round.
At the time of publication, prices start at $194 before fees on Vivid Seats.
100-level seats can be scooped up for as low as $317 before fees.
For those still on the fence, we’re here to lend a helping hand.
Everything you need to know and more about the 49ers vs. Packers NFC divisional round can be found below.
All prices listed above are subject to fluctuation.
49ers vs. Packers tickets
A complete breakdown of all the best ticket prices by sections at Levi’s Stadium can be found here:
|Levi’s Stadium sections
|North Field Seats
(Note: The New York Post confirmed all above prices at the publication time. All prices are in US dollars, subject to fluctuation and include additional fees at checkout.)
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Levi’s Stadium seating chart
Never been out to San Fran to see Purdy toss the pigskin in person?
Check out a map of Levi’s Stadium here for a better picture of all the views from the stands.
About the 49ers vs. Packers matchup
Over the course of their franchise histories, the Packers have a 38-33-1 record against the 49ers.
Their last meeting was in January 2022; San Francisco squeaked out a 13-10 win to advance to the NFC Championship game where they lost to the Rams.
This season, the 49ers went 12-5 sending them to the playoffs for the third consecutive year. They’re also sending a whopping eight players to the Pro Bowl — quarterback Brock Purdy, running back Christian McCaffrey, fullback Kyle Juszczyk, tight end George Kittle, offensive tackle Trent Williams, defensive end Nick Bosa, defensive lineman Javon Hargrave, linebacker Fred Warner and cornerback Charvarius Ward.
As for the 9-8 Packers, they finished the season strong taking four of six — including surprise upsets over the Chiefs and Lions — to sneak into the playoffs. Even with their whirlwind finish, the team has zero representatives at this year’s Pro Bowl. Linebacker Rashan Gary, defensive lineman Kenny Clark, guard Elgton Jenkins, cornerback Jaire Alexander and return specialist Keisean Nixon are alternates.
For more on San Francisco’s squad, check out the NY Post’s coverage of the 49ers here.
Identify as a Cheesehead? Click here to read Packers stories on the NY Post.
How to watch the 49ers vs. Packers
If you’re planning on watching the 49ers and Packers go head to head on TV, you’ll want to tune into Fox or FOX Deportes to catch the action.
The game will also stream on Sling, YouTube TV and FuboTV.
Huge concerts in 2024
In addition to the big game, many huge artists will also be swooping into the Bay Area these next few months.
Here are just five of our favorites you won’t want to miss live.
• Bad Bunny (March 1-2)
• Bruce Springsteen (March 28, 31)
• Luke Combs (May 17-18)
• Blink 182 (July 9)
• Rolling Stones (July 17)
Who else is on the road? Check out our list of the 50 biggest concert tours in 2024 here to find out.