Report: UFC PPV Prices Returning To $64.99, Starting With UFC 246

Former two division UFC champion Conor McGregor faces Donald Cerrone next month in the main event of UFC 246.

MMA fans who are expecting to pay the usual $59.99 for the event are going to be paying a little extra, as UFC pay-per-view prices are going to be raised to $64.99. The $64.99 price point was where UFC pay-per-views were priced at until March of this year, where they were dropped to $59.99.

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“ESPN+ is an incredible value to UFC fans, and this price change represents a return to the price that UFC fans traditionally paid, prior to ESPN+ decreasing the price for pay-per-view events for most of 2019,” an ESPN+ spokesperson told MMA Junkie.

The price change also affects the UFC/ESPN+ new subscriber deal, which will move from $79.98 to $84.98. The deal saw new subscribers get a year of ESPN+ and a UFC pay-per-view (depending on which event the package was ordered before) for $79.98, everything about the package remains the same, just the price point has changed.

While an ESPN+ spokesperson has commented on the price change, no statement has been issued by the UFC at this time.

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