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Miami Dolphins selling Sun Life Stadium seats amid renovations

Workers remove seats from Sun Life Stadium in Miami Gardens on Friday, Jan. 16, 2014.
Workers remove seats from Sun Life Stadium in Miami Gardens on Friday, Jan. 16, 2014. El Nuevo Herald

Want a piece of Sun Life Stadium? Here’s your chance.

The Dolphins are selling off a limited number of seats that were dissembled and removed during stadium construction over the past several months.

Single-bracketed seats cost $199, and two of them together are priced at $399. About 2000 seats are available for sale.

Season-ticket holders from the 1960s and 1970s will have the first opportunity to purchase seats at 11 a.m. Wednesday, with season-ticket holders from the 1980s and 1990s scheduled for noon and post 2000 holders having their chance at 1 p.m. Season-ticket holders can purchase no more than two seats per account.

The general public can start purchasing seats at 2 p.m., subject to availability.

Any seats that remain can be purchased after that at

All proceeds from the sales of assembled seats and seatbacks will benefit the Miami Dolphins Foundation, which supports programs throughout South Florida in education, health and volunteerism.

Also, the Dolphins announced that they will host a series of autographed seat auctions throughout the year featuring prominent Dolphins alums. Here’s the schedule:

Start Date

End Date


Starting Bid

July 8

July 13

Jason Taylor


July 10

July 17

Dan Marino


July 15

July 22

Mark Duper


July 20

July 27

Larry Little


July 24

July 31

Nat Moore


July 29

Aug. 7

Ryan Tannehill


Dec. 7

Dec. 14

Hall of Famers


Additionally, the Dolphins set aside thousands of seatbacks and will sell those for $20. They can be picked up at Sun Life Stadium on Saturday, July 18 or purchased online anytime at and shipped for $35.

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