Cowboys-Dolphins Matchup Priciest Florida Game in Years
With the Cowboys coming to Miami this weekend, tickets to Sunday’s game are reselling for an average of $258 on the secondary market, making this matchup the most expensive Dolphins home game since 2010 (when SeatGeek started tracking the secondary market).
Sunday’s game is also the most expensive NFL game played in Florida since the 2010 season, beating out last weekend’s Buccaneers-Cowboys game that had an average resale price of $172, and an October 2014 Jaguars-Steelers game that averaged $157.
Tickets to Cowboys-Dolphins
Sunday’s game is not only the most expensive home Dolphins game in our database, it is also the most expensive NFL game played in Florida since the 2010 season. The Bucs’ most expensive game in that timeframe (last weekend against the Cowboys) averaged $172, and the Jaguars’ most expensive game (in October 2014 against the Steelers) averaged $157.
Since the 2010 NFL season, Sun Life Stadium has only hosted two events more expensive than Sunday’s game: the 2013 BCS National Championship game that had an average resale price of $1,705 on the secondary market, and the 2015 Orange Bowl, which averaged $356.
Most Expensive Dolphins Game of 2015/2016 Season
|Matchup||Date||Avg. Secondary Ticket Price|
|Cowboys at Dolphins||11/22/15||$258|
|Patriots at Dolphins||1/3/16||$254|
|Giants at Dolphins||12/14/15||$237|
Sunday’s game is on pace to be more expensive than the Heat’s most expensive game of the season, which is currently their March 19 game against the Cavaliers that has an average resale price of $251. For a complete listing of NFL games and tickets, head here.