UFC 281 PPV deal: Lock in now and save $50 on the fight tomorrow

UFC 281 is going on this Saturday, November 12, at Madison Square Garden in Latest York. The 2 foremost event fighters, Israel Adesanya and Alex Pereira, have previously clashed in kickboxing tournaments, and fans are looking forward to seeing how they square off in an MMA octagon. The event is a pay-per-view exclusive to ESPN+, and unfortunately PPVs are never low-cost. The excellent news is that ESPN+ is offering latest subscribers a deal that can save them $50 on the ESPN+ subscription and UFC 281 PPV bundle. Here’s the breakdown.

You’ll need an ESPN+ subscription to observe UFC 281 — there’s no getting around it. On top of that, you’ll must pay for the PPV itself. Normally, ESPN+ costs $100 for an annual subscription. ESPN recently raised the worth of PPVs to $75, so at full price you’re $175. Nevertheless, in case you’re a latest subscriber to ESPN+, you’ll be able to get the total yr and UFC 281 for less than $125, saving you $50 off the conventional combined price. Note that it is a one-time offer, so it would only work in case you’re making a latest ESPN+ account, and your next PPV will probably be full price. Alternatively, you’ll be able to buy the Disney Bundle with UFC 281 and get one month of Disney+, Hulu (with ads), ESPN+, and UFC 281 for $89 all together.

When you enroll, you’re ready to ascertain out the fight. Israel Adesanya (23-1) is fighting Alex Pereira (6-1). The 2 have fought twice previously in kickboxing rings, with Pereira winning each bouts. Since then, Adesanya has embraced his talents in MMA, while Pereira stayed in kickboxing for for much longer. Adesanya will probably be defending his middleweight belt. On the supporting card, now we have one other title fight, Carla Esparza (20-6) defending her strawweight belt against Zhang Weili (22-3). PPV buyers also get a light-weight matchup between Dustin Poirier (28-7) and Michael Chandler (23-7), and a bantamweight matchup between Frankie Edgar (23-10) and Chris Gutierrez (18-3).

There are 10 more undercards supporting those 4 bouts, making this a packed night at Madison Square Garden. The fight is on Saturday, November 12, with the early prelims starting at 6 p.m. EST and the foremost card starting at 10 p.m. EST. Grab the ESPN+ bundle to save lots of $50 on the total experience.

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