Florida Marlins

Are you a Florida Marlins fan? If so, you may be planning a trip to Dolphin stadium. There’s nothing like the excitement of viewing the big game from the stands while eating a hot dog and yelling at the players. Well, if you are planning a trip to see the Florida Marlins, you may want to find out more about the Dolphin Stadium.

Formerly Joe Robbie Stadium, the Dolphin Stadium was also named Pro Player Stadium before it received the name it has now. Dolphin stadium saw its first football game in 1987 and it was 1998 before it saw its first baseball game between the Baltimore Orioles and the Los Angeles Dodgers.

With executive suites priced between $30,000 and $90,000 a year, it is not surprising that this was the first stadium with full private funding. Along with club seats that run between $800 and $1,800 a year, executive seats were sold on a 10 year basis to start the funding for the Dolphin Stadium.

As much as we would all like to obtain executive suites, the truth is that $30,000 is beyond most of our current budgets. However, tickets to individual Florida Marlins games are not too costly. Children aged 2 to 12 years will have a cheaper price starting at $6. Adults will pay anywhere from $12 to $85 depending on the location of the seats in the stadium. Florida Marlins fans will also pay extra for opening day games and other premium game tickets.

If you are planning on viewing a Florida Marlins game you may want to watch what you bring with you. There is a list of items that are not allowed in the stadium. Though many items are common sense, there are some items that may surprise you. This list of items can be found on the Florida Marlins website and include umbrellas, backpacks, strollers and other items.



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