How much is UFC PPV with ESPN Plus (Updated Cost -2022)

One of the biggest benefits of an ESPN Plus subscription is its exclusive agreement with UFC. In addition to UFC Fight Nights, the service offers an archive of best-of content, as well as original programming. Keep continuing reading to get info on UFC PPV with ESPN Plus.

You must subscribe to ESPN Plus to buy UFC PPV events, which cost $69.99 each. Occasionally, however, ESPN Plus yearly subscribers can take advantage of bundle deals. At the official site, UFC 268 with one year of ESPN Plus costs $89.98 (and includes base subscription access to UFC 267), which is a $40 savings and a fantastic deal for the pay-per-view event. If you’re already an ESPN Plus member, you’ll pay $69.99 for UFC 268 PPV, and you’ll be able to watch UFC 267 through your subscription.

How much does the UFC PPV fight cost?

  • New ESPN+ subscribers can buy a bundle of one UFC PPV event (streaming in HD) and an ESPN+ annual recurring subscription for $79.98. The yearly ESPN+ subscription will auto-renew after one year, at the price of a yearly ESPN+ subscription at the time of auto-renewal.
  • Existing yearly ESPN+ subscribers will be able to purchase each UFC PPV event (streaming in HD) for $59.99.
  • Existing Monthly ESPN+ subscribers will be able to either upgrade to an annual plan and purchase UFC 239 for $79.98 OR purchase UFC 239 for $59.99 by itself.

Watching or streaming UFC PPV events on ESPN+

It’s the moment you’ve been waiting for – fight night. You must have an active ESPN+ subscription to purchase a UFC PPV event and a supported device to stream it.

New subscribers can purchase the PPV package, which includes an annual subscription to ESPN+ and access to the next upcoming UFC PPV event for $89.98.

If you’re having technical or other issues, including completing your transaction, try these troubleshooting tips. Streaming via ESPN+ is available in the U.S. only.

UFC 269 on ESPN+

Are you ready for an action-packed night of championship title fights? ESPN+ subscribers – monthly and yearly – have exclusive access in the U.S. to UFC PPV events, such as the upcoming UFC 269 Main Event. You can subscribe to ESPN Plus here.

UFC PPV with ESPN Plus

How to watch UFC 269 on ESPN+

When you have purchased access to UFC 269 Main Event, log into ESPN+ on a compatible connected TV, mobile device, or web browser, and select UFC 269 Main Card.

To stream UFC 269 on a connected TV device, you may need to sign into ESPN+ on the connected TV device first after purchasing access via a mobile device.

ESPN+ subscribers will be able to watch the prelims starting at 8 pm/ET on ESPN+. Subscribers who have purchased the UFC PPV Main Event will need to switch to the Main Event stream to watch the action.

ESPN Plus Gift Subscription

With the holidays quickly approaching, ESPN+ is offering a Gift Subscription, allowing consumers to digitally gift a one-year non-recurring subscription to ESPN+. Gift subs can only be redeemed by new ESPN+ subscribers and are not redeemable toward PPV. The Gift Subscription costs $69.99, the same cost as an annual subscription.

UFC PPV Updated Price list

ProductFormer PriceCurrent Price
PPV Standalone$69.99 each$74.99 each
PPV Package (PPV & ESPN+ Annual)$89.98, then $69.99/year after the first year$99.98, then $69.99/year after the first year
PPV & The Disney Bundle$83.98, then $13.99/mo$88.98, then $13.99/mo

Man in the Arena

  • Series Description (Long): Tom Brady shares a first-hand account of his Super Bowl appearances and deconstructs his legendary NFL career milestones. Each episode explores the pivotal moments in Tom Brady’s life on and off the field, illustrating the series of small steps that, when reflected upon, show the incredible distance traveled for his career.
  • Series Description (Short): Tom Brady shares a first-hand account of his Super Bowl appearances and deconstructs his legendary NFL career milestones. Each episode explores the pivotal moments in Tom Brady’s life on and off the field.
  • 10 Episodes: 9 this fall, the 10th dropping at a later time
  • New episode every Tuesday
  • Notable Guests: Drew Bledsoe, Rodney Harrison, Tedy Bruschi, Randy Moss, Gisele, and Michael Strahan, Gronk
  • Episode 3 – The Edge: 11/30
    • Supporting Characters: Mike Vrabel, Tedy Bruschi
    • 2004|SUPER BOWL XXXIX (39) – New England Patriots (24) vs Philadelphia Eagles (21)
    • Episodic Description (Long): To return to the Super Bowl in back-to-back seasons, Tom Brady, along with teammates Tedy Bruschi and Mike Vrabel, relentlessly push each other to the edge of greatness. Brady reveals what it took to lead the Patriots to another Super Bowl victory, cementing the Patriots as a dynasty.
    • Episodic Description (Short): To return to the Super Bowl in back-to-back seasons, Tom Brady, along with his teammates Tedy Bruschi and Mike Vrabel, relentlessly push each other to the edge of greatness.

UFC Fight Night

  • Key Fighters:
    • Rob Font vs. Jose Aldo Jr.
      • Font (19-4) – #4 ranked Bantamweight, 8 wins by knockout, 3x Performance of the Night winner 
      • Aldo (30-7) – Former UFC Featherweight champion, #5 ranked Bantamweight, 17 wins by knockout, Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu black belt
  • Main Storylines: 
    • Rob Font is on a 4-fight win streak and has won 5 of his last 6 fights. He most recently defeated former champion Cody Garbrandt at Fight Night 5/22 in his first UFC main event.
    • 12 of Font’s 19 wins are by knockout or submission. He also has wins of Marlon Moraes, Sergio Pettis, and Thomas Almeida
    • Jose Aldo is on a two-fight win streak, most recently defeating #8 ranked Pedro Munhoz at UFC 265. This will be his 5th fight at Bantamweight
    • Aldo holds the record for most title defenses at Featherweight (7) and is regarded as one of the greatest featherweights in UFC history. 
    • The winner of this main event will move closer to title contention. Rob Font has never fought for a UFC title, and Jose Aldo challenged for the bantamweight title back at UFC 251

College Football FCS Playoffs

  • FCS Championships are a 24-team bracket-style tournament to crown a champion in the 2nd highest division of college football (behind FBS)
  • This tournament is different than the College Football Playoff and includes schools that do not compete in bowl games
  • This year, ESPN+ will have exclusive coverage of Rounds 1 and 2 along with 2 quarterfinal games. This is the first-ever CFB post-season coverage on ESPN Plus.
  • Dates (ESPN+ Only):
    • Round 2 – 12/4
      • 12/3 at 7 PM ET, Holy Cross vs. Villanova
      • 12/3 at 9 PM ET, Eastern Washington vs. Montana
      • 12/4 at 2 PM ET, SE Louisiana vs. James Madison
      • 12/4 at 2 PM ET, Kennesaw State vs. East Tennessee State
      • 12/4 at 3 PM ET, Incarnate Word vs. Sam Houston
      • 12/4 at 3:30 PM ET, Southern Illinois vs. North Dakota State
      • 12/4 at 4 PM ET, UT Martin vs. Montana State
      • 12/4 at 9 PM ET, South Dakota State vs. Sacramento State
    • Quarterfinals – 12/12

College Basketball

  • 2,000+ Men’s Games from over 26 conferences
    • SEC: 73 non-conference games, with at least one game from every team, simulcast with SECN+
    • ACC: 32 non-conference games, with at least one game from every team except UNC and FSU, simulcast with ACCNX
    • Big 12: ~80 exclusive games all season long, including matches from Kansas and reigning national champion Baylor
    • Mid-Majors: 2,000 games from ~26 conferences, all season long, including America, A-10, and Missouri Valley
  • 9 Men’s games this week
    • 11/29/21 at 7:00 PM ET, Central Michigan at. 10 Kentucky
    • 11/30/21 at 8:00 PM ET, Northwestern State at. 12 Houston
    • 12/1/21 at 8:00 PM ET, Central Arkansas at. 13 Arkansas
    • 12/1/21 at 12:05 PM ET, 7 Villanova at. Pennsylvania
    • 12/1/21 at 7:00 PM ET, Coppin State at. 16 St. Bonaventure
    • 12/1/21 at 8:00 PM ET, UCF at. 19 Auburn
    • 12/1/21 at 9:00 PM ET, 18 BYU at. Utah Valley
    • 12/3/21 at 8:00 PM ET, Bryant at. 12 Houston
    • 12/4/21 at 5:00 PM ET, Arkansas-Pine Bluff at. 6 Baylor
  • 3 Women’s games this week
    • 11/30/21 at 8:00 PM ET, Morehead State at. 6 Baylor
    • 12/2/21 at 7:00 PM ET, 23 South Florida at. UT Arlington
    • 12/5/21 at 1:00 PM ET, Longwood at. 14 Iowa State

ESPN+ Exclusive Fantasy League

  • ESPN+ Fantasy Football League will be available exclusively for ESPN+ subscribers starting in August, with Football launching on August 2 for the Fantasy Website and August 5 for mobile
    • Sign-ups will close Thursday, October 14 at 11:59 PM.
  • Users looking to join an ESPN+ Fantasy League will pick a draft date and time that works best for them.
    • Users can join a league within the Fantasy App or on the Fantasy web. 
  • Participants 18+ who sign up for ESPN+ Fantasy Leagues Football will be automatically entered into a sweepstake to win a grand prize ($250,000 for football) and weekly tips (having a video question submitted to be answered on the Fantasy Show.)
    • NOTE: Users who have not signed up for an ESPN+ Fantasy Leagues can also send a postcard to be entered in the sweepstakes.
  • ESPN+ Fantasy Leagues will exist for all sports (Football, Baseball, Basketball, and Hockey), but the pricing will vary. All leagues will have standardized league sizes and settings.
  • No Purchase Necessary. 18+, U.S. only.

Select a question from the list below to learn more about watching UFC PPV events:

  • Where do I find the UFC Schedule?
  • How do I stream the UFC PPV event?
  • Are UFC PPV fights purchased via ESPN+ available on demand?
  • What devices can I watch UFC PPV events on?
  • Can I watch UFC PPV fights at a local bar?

Where do I find the UFC Schedule?

You will get a full UFC schedule, including PPV events or from the UFC section at ESPN.com (under MMA).

How do I stream the UFC PPV event?

After you’ve successfully purchased the UFC PPV event:

Launch the ESPN app on your supported device
Log in using your ESPN account
Select the UFC Event Main Card to start streaming the event.

Are UFC PPV fights purchased via ESPN+ available on demand?

The UFC will offer replays of its PPV events exclusively to fans who purchased the event during the 15 days following Saturday’s live transmission. A subscription to ESPN Plus is required.

Can I watch UFC PPV fights at a local bar?

The UFC may license PPV events to bars, restaurants, pubs, etc. at their discretion. For more information, contact your local commercial establishment.

What devices can I watch UFC PPV events on?

You can watch your purchased UFC PPV event on the web and on the latest version of the ESPN App on the following supported devices:

Amazon Fire Tablets
Amazon Fire TV and Fire TV Stick
Android phones and tablets
Android TV
Apple TV (3rd generation or later)
Chromecast
iPhones and iPads
Oculus Go
PlayStation
Roku
Samsung TV (Tizen)
Xbox
Xfinity Flex and X1 TV Box

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