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Miami Dolphins Promotion Includes Free Yarmulke

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Jews love a deal (not to imply any sort of hurtful stereotype, because let's be honest people of all ethnic and religious backgrounds love a deal. There is something wrong with you if you don't). Jews also love the Miami Dolphins (again regardless of identity, there is something wrong with you if you don't love the Fins). So a Miami Dolphins promo that involves a free team-branded yarmulke sounds like a wonderful idea.

The Dolphins have teamed up with Society of Young Jewish Professionals for a tie-in to the group's annual Christmas Eve singles party, the Matzo Ball.

Matzo Ball attendants will be able to get 60 percent off admission to LIV, the stadium's on site nightclub) for the Miami Dolphins games this Sunday against the Detroit Lions. Attendants will also get the free yarmulke. Those tickets still come out to $110.25 though.

The promotion follows in the footsteps of the Florida Panther's own yarmulke give away (that coincidentally went awry thanks to a promotion snafu).

It's only a matter of time until the Heat start giving away LeBromulkes.

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