The Dolphins have announced that they will institute a system of different prices for individual games based on perceived demand and value of the games. The Lions and Patriots have also gone that route, pricing preseason games at a far lower price point than games in prime time or against marquee opponents.
Adam Beasley of the Miami Herald reports that the Dolphins will make those prices known when the schedule is released, but the team said that the cost of 26 percent of seats for season ticket holders will go down while 18 percent will go up. The rest of the seats will stay the same price.
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