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UFC Fight Pass Australia: Product, price, features and more
Indulge your inner fight fan with loads of live and timeless combat events day or night on UFC Fight Pass, albeit with a few limitations.
UFC Fight Pass combines what you love about combat sports with the convenience of 24/7 streaming. It offers more than 1,000 hours of combat sports, although you still need to order live pay-per-view (PPV) fights.
Perfect for avid fans keen to keep track of MMA fighters, it also enables you to relive old fights. The fight library is extensive, UFC prelims are included and the platform offers original UFC shows.
How much does UFC Fight Pass cost?
With UFC Fight Pass, you can pay month by month or upfront for a discounted annual subscription. It costs $10.99 a month and the yearly pass is $104.99.
Both get you PPV prelims, the full UFC Fight Library, worldwide live events and UFC shows.
Does UFC Fight Pass have a free trial?
UFC Fight Pass used to offer a 7-day free trial but it's no longer available year-round. However, the service might still offer discounts and promotions like free trials every once in a while, like before a big fight or for Black Friday.
If you get lucky enough to receive a free trial and don't want to stick around for longer, remember to cancel your subscription at least 24 hours before the free trial is over or you'll face a monthly auto-renewal.
What features does UFC Fight Pass offer?
First, Fight Pass has a library containing every fight in the history of the UFC, similar to that of the WWE Network and FITE.TV. It also has thousands of hours of additional MMA programming, among other features.
The extensive fight catalogue includes sneak peeks behind the scenes, plus exclusive and original content stretching across disciplines that include MMA, boxing and Muay Thai. Users can also access opening fights from some of the largest UFC PPV cards. We have put together a UFC schedule so you can keep track of all the big events.
Does UFC Fight Pass include PPV events?
Unfortunately, your subscription doesn't allow you to live stream UFC's big PPV events. You can still get them through Fight Pass live, but only by paying an additional fee. They do become available to watch on demand about a month after the event. Subscribers can usually watch the preliminary card of PPVs with Fight Pass, but not the main card.
Which devices are compatible with UFC Fight Pass?
UFC Fight Pass works with a wide range of devices, including computers, smart TVs, mobile phones and tablets.
Samsung Smart TVs, Android TVs and LG Smart TVs are compatible. Apple TV, Fire TV, Chromecast, Xbox One and Roku are also among the options, along with Android and iOS devices.
You can only be logged into one device per account for UFC Fight Pass.
What can I watch with UFC Fight Pass?
UFC Fight Pass brings you thousands of ways to watch live combat sports. You choose from sports disciplines that include the following:
- Muay Thai
With the prelim feature, you can follow UFC stars from the early prelim days to the main event and across more than 200 live events from promotions like Invicta FC and Polaris.
Also available in the Fight Pass archives are previous seasons of The Ultimate Fighter and Dana White's Tuesday Night Contender Series as well as exclusive shows.
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