The UFC is getting in the holiday spirit by offering a special promotion on UFC Fight Pass subscriptions. Right now, the UFC is extending this offer to people who purchase a one-year subscription. For just over eighty dollars you get everything Fight Pass has to offer plus a one-year subscription to UFC magazine. This offer gets fans a discount of nearly seventy-five dollars. Normally, if you purchase Fight Pass on a month by month basis you pay $9.99 per month; as opposed to the $7.99 a month for the one-year subscription. The magazine subscription comes as an added bonus that usually costs $50 for the yearly subscription.

This deal will certainly come as a welcome offer for fight fans who have complained about the true value of Fight Pass. The UFC has added immensely to what the video service offers since launching it in January. Fight Pass offers original programming, the largest fight library on earth, exclusive preliminary fights, and most importantly, exclusive access to certain UFC events and all live Invicta FC events. The UFC does not release subscriber info for the service, but they could certainly be taking a page out of WWE’s playbook to boost numbers. WWE offered their streaming service, The WWE Network, absolutely free for new subscribers for the entire month of November. While this deal certainly isn’t that, the UFC still offers a free one-week trial for new subscribers at any time.

Fans who take advantage of this deal will get to witness Invicta FC 10 in early December along with all of the Fight Pass exclusives in 2015, which presumably will start with a February event in London.

A video detailing the promotion is above. (video is courtesy of the UFC)


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Trey Downey
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A Central Florida native, Trey Downey's interest in MMA came after a trip to Blockbuster and the rental of UFC 47 on VHS. He has been blogging about the sport since 2011 and hosted a podcast called The TD Experience focusing on football and MMA (touchdowns and takedowns). Trey studied radio and television at the University of Central Florida and will soon be attending the Connecticut School of Broadcasting. Trey enjoys watching sports, pro wrestling and is an avid runner.