Written by Matthew Cannata | Twitter: @PhinManiacs
The Miami Dolphins are expecting crowds that top 70,000 for their first three games, according to CEO Tom Garfinkel and Adam Beasley of The Miami Herald. This is great news as obviously the home team wants as many people in the stands to cheer them on. The only problem is that we don’t know if these are Dolphins fans or the opposing team’s fans as many travel to South Florida.
In addition to the high single-game ticket sales, the Dolphins have also increased their season ticket sales from 42,000 in 2013 to 45,000 in 2014. If ticket sales falter as the season goes on, Garfinkel and Stephen Ross have pledged that no game will be blacked out. This means that if they don’t sell out, the team will have to buy the rest of the tickets.
Due to the high demand for Sunday’s game, the team is releasing a few hundred lower-level tickets. If you are interested, please visit Dolphins.co
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