Streaming content is what everyone’s doing these days, so it’s almost more of a shock if you aren’t already cord-cutting at this point. And because some of the best sports content out there is from the UFC, ESPN+ is the premier spot to take in all the hard-hitting action. No, really, it’s the exclusive home of UFC, meaning you get coverage delivered to you like nobody else can.
For those who might be into that sort of thing, scooping yourself an ESPN+ subscription might just be the greatest decision you’ve made in the past week — because we sure as hell know those tacos at 2:30 a.m. the other night weren’t. And with UFC 241 happening in a few weeks, which features the return of Nate Diaz and Daniel Cormier, you’re going to want to make sure you know how to stream the live pay-per-view fight on ESPN+.
What’s An ESPN+ Subscription Cost?
The first thing you’ll probably want to know is how much ESPN+ is going to set you back, right? In a time when we’re streaming things nonstop, and have accounts for things we’re opening new personal emails for, ESPN+ is one of those streaming services that you’ll absolutely need in your life — especially if you’re a UFC fan.
With a cost of just just $4.99/month, or $49.99/year, ESPN+ will set you back about what you paid for a coffee this morning from your neighborhood shop. That’s pretty clutch.
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How Much Does The Pay-Per-View For UFC 241 Cost?
Here’s the thing, guys: The cost of pay-per-view for UFC 241 is $59.99, but you get the event exclusively with a one-year subscription to ESPN+ by signing up for a one-year subscription. That means you get every piece of content from the UFC for the next year for $10 less than you’d pay for just one event. What sounds like the better financial decision?
Remember, though, that deal mentioned above is only available for those who sign-up for a year-long subscription to ESPN+, not just monthly users. So that’s something to think about if you’re really trying to scratch your UFC itch.
What’s Included In An ESPN+ Subscription?
Are you an MMA junkie who needs to stream as much UFC content as humanly possible? Take a look at what an ESPN+ subscription gets you.
- 20 Live UFC Fight Nights Exclusively on ESPN+
- 100+ total UFC fights, including early prelims, prelims and main-card events
- Season 2 of Dana White’s Contender Series, which airs exclusively on ESPN+
- ESPN+ members get Ariel & The Bad Guy, as well as award-winning editorial coverage
- Classic Fights and Fight Replays
- Streaming UFC (including pay-per-view fights) from any device through ESPN+
Other Than Being The Exclusive Home Of UFC, What Other Content Comes With An ESPN+ Subscription?
Whether you’re someone like me who loves ESPN+ for the 30 for 30s, want it for the exclusive UFC content, live events or original series’ like Detail: From the Mind of Kobe Bryant, or Alex Morgan: The Equalizer, or SneakerCenter, which focuses on sneaker lifestyle and culture across sports, entertainment and beyond, among others, every single sports fan should include the streaming service into their monthly budget. The fact that it costs just $4.99/month — or $49.99/year — is just an added bonus.
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