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Miami Dolphins football game -- help with transportation to stadium

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Two couples are traveling to Miami later this month for the Dolphins/Steelers football game. We are staying at The National and do not plan to rent a car. Looking at the web sites for both the Dolphins and the stadium itself it doesn't appear that there is any public or special game-day transportation to reach the stadium. Is a car service our best option? Recommendations? I can call the hotel and ask for a recommendation but I figured I'd come to Fodors first.

Thanks for any advice.

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