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16th Jan 2016

If you want to go to Conor McGregor v Rafael dos Anjos it will cost you a fortune


Ben Kiely

Witnessing UFC history costs a lot of money.

The ticket information for the upcoming UFC 197 event has been released and it’s going to be a costly affair for anyone hoping to attend.

Tickets will go on sale to the general public on Friday January 22 with prices ranging from $204 for the nosebleed seats to $1,454 for cageside.

The event will be feature a superfight main event between 145 lb champion Conor McGregor and 155lb title holder Rafael dos Anjos with the lightweight strap going on the line. A women’s bantamweight title bout between Holly Holm and Miesha Tate will serve as the co-main.

The full price list is $1,454 (just over £1,020) for the most expensive tickets, down to $204 (£143) for the cheapest. It’s also important to note that prices do not include applicable service charges and handling fees.

Dos Anjos McGregor title

UFC Fight Club members and UFC Newsletter subscribers will be able to purchase tickets before they go on sale to the general public, thanks to two separate pre-sales beginning Wednesday January 20 for UFC Fight Club and ending Thursday January 21 for UFC newsletter subscribers.

Click here for UFC Fight Club. To subscribe to the UFC newsletter through the promotion’s official website click here.

The confirmed bouts for the highly anticipated card are as follows:

Champ Rafael dos Anjos vs. Conor McGregor – for lightweight title

Champ Holly Holm vs. Miesha Tate – for women’s bantamweight title

Erick Silva vs. Nordine Taleb

Corey Anderson vs. Tom Lawlor