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The Miami Dolphins have an impressive NFL playoff resume. Two Super Bowl Championships, five Super Bowl appearances, and the first-ever perfect season. Don’t forget the Dan Marino era, which involved a decade-and-a-half of dominant football.

An exhausted Miami endured the longest game in NFL history -- a double-OT thriller versus the Kansas City Chiefs -- in the 1971-2 season’s AFC Championship. The team tapped out in the Super Bowl, suffering a lopsided loss to the Dallas Cowboys. But success was just around the corner.

The 1972-3 Dolphins were sublime. A stellar offensive line and league-best defense made way for Miami’s superior running game (running backs Mercury Morris and Larry Csonka each ran for over 1,000 yards). Even with quarterback Bob Griese suffering a broken leg early in the season, the 72 Dolphins never skipped a step. Griese returned in time for the Super Bowl, defeating the Washington Redskins, 14-7. Better yet? The victory capped a perfect, undefeated season -- the first ever.

Miami won back-to-back championships, defeating the Minnesota Vikings 24-7 in Super Bowl VIII (1973-74). An early exit the following season signaled the end of the era.

1981-2 foreshadowed more success. The pre-Marino Dolphins returned to form behind revolving QB’s David Woodley and Don Strock, securing an 11-4-1 record and playoff berth. The Dolphins faced the San Diego Chargers in the Epic of Miami (1981-2 AFC Divisional Round). San Diego posted 24 unanswered points in the first quarter. But Miami was far from out. A beautiful hook-and-lateral ended the half with a Miami TD and a competitive 24-17 score. Miami rode the wave into the second half, before San Diego tied the game (38-all) with seconds to go. San Diego won the “Game No One Should Have Lost.”

Miami met Marino with open arms. Following another Super Bowl loss to the Redskins, the Fins secured Marino with the 27th-overall pick in the draft, behind other greats John Elway and Jim Kelley. Marino possessed one of the best arms in league history, and carried his Dolphins to ten playoff appearances and Super Bowl XIX.

Super Bowl XIX (1984-5) featured two legendary coaches (Miami’s Don and Shula San Francisco’s Bill Walsh) and two legendary quarterbacks (Marino and SF’s Joe Montana). The Niners won the shootout, 38-16, with each QB throwing for over 300-yards.

Marino retired in 1999 a Hall-of-Famer without a ring.

When do Miami Dolphins Playoff Tickets Go On Sale?

Though exact dates change yearly, Dolphins playoff tickets usually go on sale around mid-December, when NFL teams usually clinch their postseason spots. The Dolphins can either enter the playoffs by winning their division or win the Wild Card, with the former almost always happening first.

How Much Do Miami Dolphins Tickets Cost?

While ticket prices vary, NFL playoff tickets average $240 on the resale market, with prices tending to increase the closer you are to the field and the deeper the Dolphins are in their playoff campaigns.