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The San Francsico 49ers have officially secured a spot in the 2012 NFC Championship Game, set to be played on Sunday, January 22. If the Green Bay Packers beat the New York Giants on Sunday, as expected, then the Niners will be heading to Lambeau Field for the chance to represent the conference at the Super Bowl in Indianapolis. If, however, the Giants shock the world and defeat the undefeatable Packers, then the NFC Championship Game will be played at the Candlestick Park for the first time since the 1997-98 season.

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The 49ers advanced to this point after compiling a 13-3 regular season record, which earned them a first-round in postseason. They then took on the New Orleans Saints Saturday afternoon, beating the NFC South division champs by the score of 36-32. There were three lead changes in the last three minutes of the game, and the Niners finally secured the victory on an Alex Smith to Vernon Davis touchdown catch with less than 10 seconds to play. Davis was the MVP of the contest, hauling in seven passes for 180 yards and two scores, while Smith finally found redemption after disappointing Niners fans for majority of his seven-year NFL career.

No matter if the game is played all the way up in Green Bay, or at home in San Francisco, Niners fans are expected to be in the house to represent as best they possibly can. Securing a Ticket to the San Francisco 49ers NFC Championship Game won’t be easy or cheap, but tickets can be had, mostly through the secondary ticket market. Throughout most of the postseason NFL Playoff Ticket prices have started the week out ultra expensive, and then came back down to earth as game day approached. That likely won’t be the case for NFC Championship Game Tickets — what with the popularity of the teams involved and the high stakes and all — so it might be best to secure a seat to the game as soon as possible, if you plan on going.

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