Miami Dolphins Avoid Blackout, Team Buys Tickets

For the fourth time this season, the Miami Dolphins were saved from a television blackout by the team itself. The Dolphins currently have played 105 straight regular season home games without a blackout - and that streak will continue to 106 as Miami hosts the Buffalo Bills in Sun Life Stadium Sunday. 

This week, the local CBS affiliate in Miami, CBS-4, purchased an undisclosed number of tickets, ensuring they will be able to air the AFC East match up. The Dolphins, as they have done each time they have bought the remaining tickets before the NFL blackout deadline, will offer pairs of tickets to season ticket holders. The tickets will also remain on sale through the team's box office. 

Tickets are also available here on The Phinsider through the site's Tickets tab at the top of the page. 

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