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UFC Pay-Per-View Price 2021: How Much It Will Cost To Watch a Pay-Per-View in 2021?

Prateek Arya

UFC Pay-Per-View Price 2021: How Much It Will Cost To Watch a Pay-Per-View in 2021

UFC Pay-Per-View price: A UFC Pay-Per-View event is a marquee event of the month, which offers high octane MMA action, and considering the rise in popularity of UFC in 2021, there’s been a change in the exclusive price of PPV subscription.

While 2020 did not turn out to be ideal on any front, yet in the same span, a small branch of sports presented its case as an exception.

Recording a continuous rise in popularity and raking in numbers that directly impact the revenue, UFC has had a tremendous 2020. Though the MMA promotion has been experiencing an elevation in trajectory for a few years now, the Pandemic laden year apparently became the best in its short history.

In the context of the sport, the year has uplifted the stature, however, there’s another element that got affected, and it was uncalled for.

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UFC Pay-Per-View Price 2021

According to Variety, ESPN Plus is set to hike its UFC PPV subscription. Per the source, there’s going to be a 10% increase approximately, which will take the current figure of  $64.99 to $69.99. And that‘s not, the annual ESPN plus subscription for new subscribers is also set to go up by a big notch.

While it was $49.99 till the end of 2020, in 2021 the subscription would come at $59.99. However, for existing patrons, the price will remain intact at $49.99 at least until March 2, 2021.

So, while at one place a varied cluster has opened its doors for the sport, UFC on the other has increased the price tag for opening the threshold. However, at the end of it, there is a supreme MMA action on offer, hence with an increase in demand a price change was expected. Moreover, the success drives entities to make the most of the prevailing situation.

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