A 'living room' in an NFL stadium—yours for $75K

The Miami Dolphins are hoping to lure fans out of their houses with a new standard of comfortable viewing.

The NFL team next season will offer 32 private "living room" boxes in its renovated Sun Life Stadium, according to the Dolphins. Its most exclusive boxes—sold in packages of four reclining lounge chairs complete with Apple iPads, all-inclusive food and drink and optional car service—will cost fans about $75,000 per season.

Miami Dolphins luxury living room boxes
Source: Miami Dolphins

The Dolphins will offer "living rooms" at the 35-yard line and 14 additional boxes behind each end zone. The end zone boxes—which cost $65,000 for a season—hold fewer perks, as patrons lose the option for an express driving lane and car service.

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Fans can add a television for game playback for $15,000 or opt up to four for $30,000.

The Dolphins will complete part of their stadium renovation for the 2015 season and the remainder for the season after. The stadium's capacity will be reduced to about 65,000 seats, and most ticket prices will stay stagnant or fall, the team said.

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