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Set to meet for a third straight regular season, the visiting San Francisco 49ers will be seeking redemption from last year's loss when they face off against the host New Orleans Saints on Nov. 9. While San Francisco owns a 47-25-2 all-time series advantage, it has been all New Orleans in recent years, as the Saints have won seven of the last nine dating back to 2002.
Mercedes-Benz Superdome Seating Information
Numerous seating will be available inside the Mercedes-Benz Superdome for Saints vs 49ers on Nov. 9. The Plaza Level includes Sections 101-156 and is located nearest to the field. Cheer on New Orleans from the sideline in Sections 139-145, or show your support for San Francisco by sideline Sections 111-117. Meanwhile, Sections 201-283 make up the Club Level, and the Club area continues in Sections 301-348. Upper Boxes are available in Sections 501-559, and the Terrace Level includes Sections 601-652. Luxury suites are located between the 300 and 500 levels.
Mercedes-Benz Superdome General Information
The Mercedes-Benz Superdome prohibits guests from bringing outside food and drinks, containers, backpacks, recording devices, noisemakers or laser pointers. Additionally, the league's strict prohibited items policy also will be enforced during the Saints-49ers game. Smoking is only permitted in designated areas near Gates B, D, F, and H on the Plaza Level. Banners and signs are permitted as long as they do not interfere with the enjoyment of other fans. All guests and belongings are subject to search upon entry, and re-entry is not permitted.
Mercedes-Benz Superdome Parking Information
Approximately 7,000 on-site parking spaces are available across seven garages and two parking lots surrounding the Mercedes-Benz Superdome. Unauthorized tailgating, re-entry, and overnight parking are prohibited. Accessible parking is available in Lot 3.
Mercedes-Benz Superdome Gate Times
Mercedes-Benz Superdome gates generally open two hours before the start of games, but this is subject to change for Saints vs 49ers on Nov. 9.