With the Seattle Seahawks limiting public release of National Football Conference championship game tickets to buyers in the Pacific Northwest, Bay Area 49er fans are being forced to buy their tickets secondhand – at a significant markup.
The San Francisco 49ers and city parks officials are selling seats from the soon-to-be-shuttered Candlestick Park as part of the 49ers’ farewell season at the stadium, a team spokeswoman said Monday.
Candlestick Park with be blown up after this season, but the 49ers are offering fans a way to hold on to their favorite seats.
The most expensive ticket to “The Book of Mormon” on Broadway: $477. The face value of a great seat for this year’s Super Bowl: $1,250. Guaranteed seats to watch the U.S. Supreme Court hear this week’s gay marriage cases: about $6,000.
A new Bay Area start-up is making it easier to save money on movie tickets. Dealflicks offers users discounts of between 15% to 37% on tickets at independent theaters all over the country.
OAKLAND (KCBS) – For the first time in a long time, Bay Area Rapid Transit passengers have given the transit system fairly high marks for cleanliness on trains. Asked to rate the train on a […]
City council members have been routinely shouted down at some recent gatherings, and now Oakland City Administrator Deanna Santana and other officials are calling for a new balance between an open government and an efficient one.
BART riders in the coming weeks will encounter a new feature on trains that was unveiled Tuesday. The transit agency is replacing some of its wool seats with easier-to-clean vinyl seats.
BART directors were all smiles Thursday as the transit system finished the fiscal year with a $20 million surplus, which is almost unheard of in the public transit business.
Assembly Bill 57, authored by Assemblyman Jim Beall, would give San Jose and Oakland seats on the Metropolitan Transportation Commission.