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The Miami Dolphins don’t call them season tickets, but fans can get a primary market season “membership”to see all the Dolphins home games via the team website. Single-game tickets are available through Ticketmaster.
With a membership, fans get the lowest prices for all home games, as well as access to other key events at Hard Rock Stadium, including international soccer matches the Miami Open. Fans can submit a request for Membership information or call the team directly.
Single-game tickets on Ticketmaster are available for all games, including the September 15 game against the defending Super Bowl champion New England Patriots. For most games, seats are available throughout the stadium, from the 300 levels to field-level seats.
ns also offer a variety of “seating experiences,”where fans can get a different feel at the game, from sitting in “The Nine,” an open-air suite between the 30-yard lines that offers club access to seats in the Corner Terraces, which allow the flexibility to sit as a group around small tables, rather than in a row of seats.
Miami offers mobile ticketing for Membership holders, and includes a detailed explanation of how to access and send mobile tickets here. The team does offer other options if Membership holders don’t have a way to access tickets. Single-game tickets bought via Ticketmaster can also be accessed via mobile device.
On the secondary market TicketIQ has Low Price Guarantees on Dolphins tickets for all games on the 2019 schedule, in addition to Low Price Guarantees on all NFL tickets. That means that if you find a secondary market ticket for less on a site like StubHub or SeatGeek, we’ll give you 200% of the difference in ticket credit. TicketIQ customers save an average of 5%-20% compared to StubHub and SeatGeek.
The average asking price for a Dolphins games at Hard Rock Stadium is $158 on the secondary market, which is a decrease of $50 from last season’s $208 average asking price. It is the third lowest average asking price for a Dolphins home game this decade, ahead of $136 in 2011 and $151 in 2012.
The priciest game of the season is trending at $327 on the secondary market when the Patriots come to town, and the lowest average asking price is $190 for the final home game of the season against the Cincinnati Bengals.
On the primary market, tickets for the Patriots game start at $132 and for the Philadelphia Eagles game on December 1, start at $178. For most other games, fans can get into the stadium for $60 or less.
The third cheapest game of the season on the secondary market, the Ravens and Dolphins played annually from 2013-17, and the Ravens hold a 9-6 all-time series advantage. The Ravens won the last meeting on October 26, 2017, 40-0, at Baltimore. The Ravens haven’t played at Miami since 2015.
It might be tough having to play the Patriots twice a year, but the game guarantees a good gate for Miami. This game is the priciest on the secondary market, and one of only two with an average asking price or more than $300. This rivalry dates to 1966 and the Dolphins were dominant in the early going, and still hold a 55-52 all-time series advantage, including beating the Patriots by a point on December 9, 2018.
One of five games that is trending at less than $150 on the secondary market, the most celebrated game in the history of this rivalry is the “Epic in Miami,” when the Chargers won an AFC Divisional game at Miami in 1982. The game is considered by many to be one the of the best in history, but since then, the shine has worn off this rivalry, which the Dolphins lead, 18-15.
The third priciest game of the season at home and one of three with an average asking price of $150 or more, the Redskins and Dolphins have little history, though the two met in the Super Bowl twice, with each team winning once. The Redskins last visited Miami in 2011, and the Dolphins won the last meeting on September 13, 2015, 17-10, at Washington.
While the Jets and Dolphins are divisional rivals that play twice a year, there’s little buzz around this matchup. The Jets hold a 54-51-1 all-time series advantage, and the Dolphins won the last matchup, 13-6, on November 4, 2018.
Another AFC East rival, the Bills and Dolphins had a heated rivalry in the 1990s, when both were more competitive, but since then, the noise has quieted. This game is the second cheapest on the secondary market, ahead of only the Bengals game. Miami holds a 61-48-1 all-time series advantage.
These teams have met only 14 times. The Eagles haven’t played at Miami since 2011, when they won the last of three consecutive. The Dolphins snapped that streak in 2015, beating Philadelphia, 20-19.
The Dolphins dominated this rivalry in the early going, winning nine consecutive between 1978-2000, but since then the Bengals have won four of seven, including the last two. This game is the cheapest at Hard Rock Stadium this season.
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The lower bowl is the 100-level sections and is comprised of center sections 114, 115, 116, 117, 118, 119, 120, 121, 122, 142, 143, 144, 148, 149, 150; corner sections 110, 111T, 125, 125T, 138, 139, 139T, 153, 153T, 154; end zone sections 102, 103, 104, 105, 106, 107, 129, 130, 131, 132, 133, 134. The 72 Club is Sections 147 and 148.
The mezzanine level, just behind the 100-level sections in the lower bowl includes the 200-level sections, which include some club seating. Center sections 213, 214, 215, 216, 217, 218, 219, 220, 221, 222, 223, 242, 243, 244, 245, 246, 247, 248, 249, 250, 251; corner sections 209, 210, 210CC, 211, 211CC, 212, 224, 225, 225CC, 226, 226CC, 227, 237, 238, 238CC, 239, 239CC, 240, 252, 253, 253CC, 254, 254CC, 256; end zone sections 201, 202, 203LIV, 204LIV, 205LIV, 206LIV, 207, 208, 228, 229, 230, 231, M31, 232, M32, 233, M33, 234, 235, 236.
The upper level of Hard Rock Stadium is comprised of 300-level sections. Center sections 313, 314, 315, 316, 317, 318, 319, 320, 321, 322, 323, 341, 342, 343, 344, 345, 346, 347, 348, 349, 350, 351; corner sections 310, 310PT, 311, 311PT, 324, 325, 326, 327, 337, 338, 339, 340, 352, 353, 353PT, 354, 354PT, 355; end-zone sections 301, 302, 303, 304, 305, 306, 307, 308, 328, 329, 330, 331, 332, 333, 334, 335, 336, 356.
Sections in the 100 sections of the lower bowl have as many as 40 rows, though some on the corners with tables have 31. The 200 sections have up to 10 rows, with a walkway behind Row 10. Seats in the 300 sections have to 32 rows. Club and other special sections have fewer rows.
Seats in each row start with the No. 1 and that seat is the one closest to the previous section. For example, in Section 132, Seat No. 1 would be the seat closest to Section 131. The average section in the 100 and 200 Sections has between 20-22 seats per row. In the 300 sections, there are up to 24 seats per row.
Hard Rock Stadium offers ADA assistance golf carts from the parking lot to the seating area. The best place to find handicap accessible seating is near the top of the lower-level sections behind the end zones. There areas include sections 103, 125, 128, 131, 153 and 156, Rows 28-29; and Club Section 248, Row 8.
Over half of the sections in the stadium offer some shade or cover at different times of the day. Most of the shaded seating is on the 100 level from rows 10 and back, and 200 level seating in most rows. There are also some shaded seats in the 300 level in higher rows as well.
Hard Rock Stadium offers a variety of club and premium seating options, including many with air conditioning, concierge service and access to food and beverage. Below is a look at club and premium seating.
For more detail and views on Club and Premium Seating options, visit the stadium site.
These open-air suites are located between the 30-yard lines and include access to a private club. Suites prices include 20 tickets, all-inclusive food-and-beverage (alcohol included), valet parking, VIP express lane in and out of the stadium, and in-suite concierge.
This premium seating is located behind the Dolphins bench and includes food-and-beverage service (beer, wine and spirits), in-seat service, VIP express lane in and out of the stadium, premium parking and wider seats with11 inches more legroom.
This seating includes all the benefits of the 72 Club, but in a private, four-person box on the 35-yard line. Ticket holders get literally the biggest (and plushest) seats in the house, as well as monitors on which to watch replays and highlights.
Recently renovated, Club Level tickets include access to an air-conditioned club space with ample seating and high-end food-and-beverage choices, preferred parking, 800 TVs and great views.
There are 14, four-person boxes located in East end zone at field level. Seats come with access to a private club through the field tunnels and all-inclusive food-and-beverage (alcohol included) service, as well as VIP parking, express lanes in and out of the stadium, in-suite concierge, and concert and event priority purchase.
This experience includes Living Room Boxes on field level behind the West end zone. Ticket holders get access to exclusive club space, and all-inclusive food-and-beverage (alcohol included) service, as well as preferred parking, express lanes in and out of the stadium, in-suite concierge, and concert and event priority purchase.
These four- or six-person boxes within suites include food-and-beverage (alcohol included) service, VIP parking and concert and event priority purchase.
This lounge is an open-air, shared suite experience with inclusive food-and-beverage (no alcohol) service and preferred parking passes.
For those who want a bit more of a social setting, these tickets give fans access to dancing, eating and drinking in a nightclub atmosphere.
The Miami Dolphins bench is directly in front of The 72 Club, Sections 145-147.
According to the Hard Rock Stadium website, fans with blue or orange parking passes can park wherever they want within the designated parking area during the first hour open parking for a Miami Dolphins game. Lots open four hours before kickoff. After that first hour and for all other events, directive parking will be in effect when the lots open. Fans can tailgate directly behind their vehicle and should take only one parking space. Kegs of beer are prohibited.
Mobile ticketing is available for many Hard Rock Stadium events, including Miami Dolphins games. The Dolphins offer a step-by-step guide to mobile ticketing, and the Miami Dolphins app is available through the App Store or Google Play Store.