UFC Vegas 74 Tickets: Where To Find Them and for How Much



UFC Vegas 74 Tickets: Where To Find Them and for How Much

The UFC returns this weekend and UFC Vegas 74 tickets are in high demand. 

The UFC is back this weekend and the card is stacked! Headlined by Kai Kara-France and Amir Albazi in a bout that's very interesting for the flyweight division, the string of bouts leading to the marquee one is very exciting. Two of the most well-seasoned UFC vets, being Jim Miller and Andre Arlovski, make an appearance, Alex Caceres is back and always exciting, and there's much more to look out for.

So, how could one make it out to these fights on a bit of a short notice? We're just three days out from the event, but hope is not lost. Though the UFC does sell tickets for events hosted at the Apex, there's nothing available right now. However, if you're willing to put some faith into a source that's not directly the UFC, you may get lucky here.

UFC Vegas 74 Tickets

UFC Vegas 74 tickets - Kai Kara-France

So, it's not straight from the UFC, but there are some tickets for sale at this link. Of course, the earlier, the cheaper and more reliable. However, with the event being so close, the prices here aren't too bad. Again, this is a great event and the Apex is becoming a very historic venue for the UFC.

Additionally, with all the fighters on the bill, there will certainly be some big names in the venue aside from those that are actually gloving up and getting to work. With all of the fun that Vegas provides, hopping on these last-second ticket sales could be one of the most fun things to do there.

UFC Vegas 74 Tickets Prices

They aren't cheap, I'll tell you that right now. It seems that, per the link above, the only row that has seats left is row C. There are tickets available at $707 per ticket, $883 per ticket and $1,104 per ticket. These tickets all have a pretty good view of the octagon and are set close to the fighter's walk out path.

Erik is a long-time MMA fan and writer. Ever since catching some Chael Sonnen trash talk on a commercial, he's been hooked on the sport. Erik spent a lot of time writing while attending college at Wichita State University. Now, he spends his time covering the sport of MMA, training in BJJ here and there, and occasionally hitting skateparks!