Ticket Prices Released for UFC Atlantic City
Now is your opportunity to see some of the best fighters compete at Boardwalk Hall in Atlantic City
For the first time in 13 years, Atlantic City’s Boardwalk Hall will be getting a UFC event. On April 21, fans will be able to see all the action they can handle. It also won’t leave a huge dent in your wallet. Ticket prices have been announced for UFC Fight Night 128!
Here’s how it all works: for $150 you can sit cageside and be a part of the action. Not too shabby, right? Prices then range from the following: $120, $100, $80, $70 and $60. If you want an easy night and not spend much money, $50 will be the set price for the upper deck.
This opportunity is possible through a partnership between Endeavor and the Casino Reinvestment Development Authority. As a result, the UFC is one of four events allowed through the agreement. Tickets are available through Ticketmaster.com. Purchases are limited to eight per person. Here is how you can buy your ticket:
- The UFC Fight Club Pre-Sale started yesterday, March 7 at 10 a.m. ET
- UFC Newsletter Subscriber Pre-Sale starts today, March 8 at 10 a.m. ET
- Public Ticket Sales will start Friday, March 9 at 12 p.m. ET
Registering for the UFC newsletter through UFC.com will allow fans to access today’s pre-sale.
UFC Fight Night 128 takes place on April 21st at Boardwalk Hall. The card will feature several local athletes, including Pennsylvania’s Patrick Cummins v. Corey Anderson and New York’s David Branch against Thiago Santos. Other premiere fights include Uniondale’s Aljamain Sterling v. Brett Johns, Lindenhurst’s Ryan LaFlare v. Alex Garcia and hometown hero Jim Miller v. Dan Hooker. The main event of the show will feature Kevin Lee v. Edson Barboza in a lightweight bout. You won’t want to miss it!
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