The San Francisco 49ers announced on Thursday that the franchise will freeze season ticket prices for the 2009 season in appreciation of the steadfast loyalty from the 49ers Faithful.
"It is our obligation to provide our season holders with the highest value for their investment of time, money and emotion in our team," said team owner Jed York. "All of us at the 49ers --owners, coaches, players and staff -- share a common goal of returning this franchise to its position at the top of the NFL. We will do everything in our power to get there."
That includes adding to the team's trophy case, which already boasts five Lombardi Trophies.
"We know what our fans want, and more importantly what they deserve," said York. "I want and expect the same thing. I am committed to making the 49ers a Super Bowl champion again."