The Miami Dolphins on and off-the-field struggles have impacted attendance. So, the team is looking to fill the seats again with some sweeteners for season-ticket holders and a new overall pricing scheme.
In the college football world, hope and anticipation will get you to the first game, but getting fans to the successive game requires winning. While University of Miami has slowly improved over the last few years, a big step forward is expected this season and the ticket sales are jumping as a result.
A couple of long-time Marlins fans say they may have to find a new team after the Marlins threatened to sue the season ticket holders for not paying for their second year of tickets.
Miami Marlins fans looking to see Jose Reyes, Hanley Ramirez, and others in action at the new Marlins Park should circle Saturday on the calendar.
Miami Heat season ticket holders can now get a jump on next year’s season. The team announced that the 2012-13 Season Ticket renewal campaign is underway and the deadline for Early Bird Renewal is March 5th.
As the NFL prepares for a season as short as 8 games, the Miami Dolphins are looking to try to capture as much revenue as they possibly can by offering 4-game flex packs that include some of the team’s biggest opponents.
The NFL lockout has been a shameful display of greed and arrogance between billionaire owners and millionaire players. But now, the Miami Dolphins have even hit the lowest-salaried employees right in the pocketbook.
The Miami Heat made it to the playoffs this year, and chances are good they’ll play before a packed arena next year, after the team announced it had sold out of season tickets for the coming season.