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UFC 275 is the big Ultimate Fighting Championship event for June, and since it’s pay-per-view, you’ll have to pay a little money to get involved. ESPN + is the only way to broadcast live UFC pay-per-view events like the ones in the United States, so if you’re looking for a way to enjoy all the action online, read on. We have everything you need to know about UFC pay-per-view ESPN +, including how to sign up, how much it costs and how you can save.

ESPN + is a first-class streaming service for everything in sports, from MMA and boxing to football and much, much more. Since launching its streaming platform in 2018, ESPN has continued to develop a very close relationship with the Ultimate Fighting Championship, and in 2022 ESPN + is the main application for streaming UFC content. This is also the only way out where you can watch online pay-per-view events for the UFC. ESPN + is compatible with almost all modern computer web browsers and streaming devices, which includes smartphones, tablets, smart TVs and Xbox and PlayStation game consoles.

Subscribe to ESPN + it costs only $ 7 a month or even cheaper $ 70 a year. If you are looking for a bigger streaming package (maybe you are new to the whole streaming thing or cut the cable and give up cable TV altogether), then the best value is by far Disney package. It costs $ 14 a month and provides you with ESPN +, Disney + and ad-supported Hulu.

ESPN also offers package deals before each UFC PPV event, which is another great way to save on both ESPN + and UFC pay per view. A one-year ESPN + subscription would usually cost you $ 70, while a UFC PPV ticket costs $ 75 (up $ 5 from last year) – a total of $ 145. However, if you are new to ESPN + or have a monthly subscription, then you can get a pay-per-view package that includes ESPN + for one year along with the UFC PPV package for only $ 100, saving you a whopping $ 45.

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