(PRWEB) April 29, 2014
Single-game tickets for each Miami Dolphins home game are going on sale Tuesday but fans can already purchase tickets to each and every Dolphins game at Ticket Liquidator – home or road.
The 2014 season is seen as a make-or-break season for the Dolphins. Miami signed big-name players prior to the 2013 season, including wide receiver Mike Wallace, but failed to qualify for the playoffs for the fifth consecutive season.
“There’s a lot of excitement surrounding the Dolphins this season, but also a lot of pressure,” JP Starkey, sports specialist, Ticket Liquidator, stated. “Ryan Tannehill is entering his third season as starting quarterback, and Miami needs him to elevate to the next level if the Dolphins are going to challenge the New England Patriots atop the AFC East – and many believe he will.”
According to Ticket Liquidator, fans have paid an average of $149 to see the Dolphins in 2014, since the NFL released its schedule. Miami fans are particularly excited about welcoming Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers to Miami in October, as tickets have sold for an average of $170 on Ticket Liquidator’s online exchange.
Fans can purchase tickets to each of Miami’s 16 games this season – including Miami’s game against the Oakland Raiders in London – at Ticket Liquidator.
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