Attending UFC in Las Vegas: A useful guide

If you’re an MMA fan, then there’ll be nothing better than sitting down to watch a UFC fight night. Most of the time, you’ll be watching these events from the comfort of your own home, ideally with some equally passionate fans.

Yet, while this is all good and well, it doesn’t compare with the experience of watching the action unfold live and in person. The atmosphere is always electric, and if you happen to be there for an all-time classic, you’ll have a memory that lasts for a lifetime.

One of the many advantages of attending UFC is that the events always take place in notable destinations, such as New York, Los Angeles, and Las Vegas. Of the three, the Las Vegas events are probably the most iconic.

In this blog, we’ll run through everything you need to know about attending a Las Vegas fight night in person, including how to get tickets, how to get there, where to stay, and more. 

How to get tickets

If you’re going to make an effort to travel all the way to Las Vegas, then you should do your utmost to ensure you can get in the stadium. It’s still fun to watch it in the bars around the venue, but for this mega trip, it’ll of course be best to be there.

Getting tickets to UFC events can be tricky, but it’s far from impossible. To give yourself the best chance, sign up for a UFC Fight Pass subscription, which will give you pre-sale access.

And don’t worry if only the cheap seats are left — virtually all seats in the house are good.

Getting there

It’s best to book your flights as early as possible because there’ll be more availability and prices will be lower.

Las Vegas Airport is an important transport hub, so you should have no problem finding a flight that gets you there with zero or minimal transfers, especially if you’re flying from a city like London.

The airport is close to downtown, so you’ll just need to jump in a taxi once you’ve landed. 

Where to stay

Las Vegas is deceptively big. To limit the number of taxi rides, it’s best to just stay on the Strip. This will ensure that you’re in the thick of the action at all times.

UFC events take place at UFC Apex, a purpose-built stadium that is located just fifteen minutes from the Strip. On fight night, simply hail down a taxi and make the short journey.

If you want to make your trip as luxurious as possible, consider staying at one of the better hotels on the Strip, such as the Bellagio or the Wynn. But in truth, all the hotels on the Strip have something special to offer. 

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Enjoy the city

You’ll be travelling to Las Vegas to attend the UFC event, sure, but let’s not forget that Sin City has a lot to offer. And with a little bit of preparation and planning, you’ll be able to make the most of everything the city provides.

The top attractions of Las Vegas include some of the world’s best casinos, restaurants, and entertainment.

Before your adventure, use a casino bonus to hone your gaming skills, book tickets to a show (we recommend Cirque du Soleil), and make a reservation at a restaurant such as Bardot Brasserie.

Your primary focus will be the UFC event, but you’ll soon learn that there are plenty of reasons why people love going to Las Vegas!

Bring the fun

Finally, be sure to bring your energy, enthusiasm, and fun side! Going to Las Vegas is fun at all times, but it’s extra fun when you’re going there specifically to attend an event.

Between the hotels, casinos, shows, and the main UFC event, you’ll have a few days that will provide plenty of happy memories — and which might just inspire you to make it a regular trip with your friends.

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