Dolphins raise ticket prices

Fresh off a 7-9 season in 2009, the Miami Dolphins are raising ticket prices.

The Miami Herald has the full breakdown of the Dolphins’ ticket pricing plans for 2010, which include charging about $5 more per ticket for seats in the shade than for seats in the sun.

The Dolphins hired experts from Harvard and MIT to help them figure out how to squeeze every possible penny out of their fans, and after studying the pricing, the team gave season-ticket buyers an average increase of 5.8 percent.

The average individual game ticket will cost $92.69 a game and the average season ticket will cost $70.54 a game.

3 responses to “Dolphins raise ticket prices

  1. NOW THAT CHEAP @SS ROSS BETTER SHELL OUT SOME DOUGH TO GET SOME QUALITY PLAYERS HERE!!! GO FINS 2010!!!

  2. dude the only things you post are these lazy ass ticket price articles. you drag this site down.

  3. With all the new celeb’s owning a part of the organization, you’d think prices would go down. Maybe they’re waiting on Hootie and his Blowfish. Did they ever find Starfish? Miami is a craphole and all of you know it. Tony Mantana, the Sound Machine, Menudo, Jose Conseco…….Tony was pretty macho though, I’ll give you that.

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