The last pay-per-view event of the year is coming this Saturday, live from T-Mobile Arena, in Las Vegas, Nevada.
From top to bottom, this card is looking stacked! Oliveira and Poirier face off against each other in the Octagon for the first time. The co-main features UFC’s top-ranked women’s pound-for-pound fighter Amanda Nunes as she defends her bantamweight against Julianna Peña. UFC 269 also features some of the hottest names in the UFC, including Geoff Neal, Cody Garbrandt, Sean O’Malley, Dominick Cruz, and more.
UFC Lightweight Champion Charles Oliveira looks for his first title defense after knocking out Michael Chandler in UFC 262. On a streak of 9 consecutive wins, Oliveira looks to retain his belt into 2022. Stepping in the Octagon opposite of Oliveira is the former interim champ and now No. 1 ranked Dustin Poirier. Coming off his second straight win over Conor McGregor, who suffered a gruesome leg injury during the fight, Poirier gets the title shot he feels has been long overdue.
It’s the last UFC pay-per-view of the year, so all the more reason to watch the UFC 269 stream. Don’t miss all our UFC coverage leading up to this loaded card, cataloged here.
If you’re not heading to a bar or watching with friends, allow us to point you in the right direction for the only place to watch UFC 269 online:
ESPN+ is the only place to stream UFC 269. And if you’re a new subscriber, sign up now for a $50 discount on the UFC 269 PPV.
UFC 269 main card start time is 10PM ET / 7PM PT. Prelims start at 5:00 PM PT. Oliveira Vs. Poirier will probably go down around 12 AM ET / 9 PM PT — plan accordingly.
Below, our guide for how to watch the UFC 269 stream online via ESPN+, on all your favorite devices.
How to watch the UFC 269 stream via ESPN+
Step 1: As you probably know by now, the UFC has a deal with ESPN so fight fans can watch UFC PPVs via ESPN+.
It’s easy to sign up for an ESPN+ account so you can watch the UFC 269 stream. After you buy the fight on your phone or computer via ESPN+, you can stream UFC 269 on your smart TV in a number of different ways.
How much is the UFC 269 stream?
There are a couple of options: The fight is $69.99 if you have ESPN+ and just want the PPV. You can also purchase an ESPN+ annual subscription and PPV for $89.98, for new subscribers only. Or you can purchase an ESPN+ monthly subscription and PPV for $86.98.
You can also buy the UFC 269 Main Event with an option to buy the Disney+ bundle for $13.99 a month.
If you don’t have ESPN+ or the Disney+ Bundle:
The landing page to stream UFC 269 via ESPN+ looks like this on your mobile device:
If you already have ESPN+
You can watch the UFC 269 prelims live on ESPN+.
First, log-in to your ESPN Plus account. Second, all you have to do to buy the PPV is go to the ESPN+ UFC landing page (right here) and then hit “Already have ESPN+?”
You’ll be able to login and buy the fight so you can watch Oliveira vs Poirier in the main event.
How to watch the UFC 269 stream at home:
Now that you have ESPN Plus and you bought the UFC 269, it’s time to tune-in and watch the stream. Here’s how you watch UFC 269 on a number of devices, including the following:
- Computer by logging into ESPN.com
- Phone by downloading the ESPN app on board Android or iPhone.
- Tablet by downloading the ESPN app
- TV via the following devices and your smart TV, all of which you can download the ESPN app on – Apple TV, Chromecast, Roku, Amazon Fire TV, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and more.
All you have to do is sign into your ESPN+ account that you bought the PPV with.
Then you’re all set to watch UFC 269 via the ESPN+ PPV.
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