Tonight's the night of UFC 248: Adesanya vs. Romero, and you can catch the fight at a discount with ESPN+. New subscribers to the streaming service can score an entire year of membership along with access to tonight's live UFC PPV 248 event at a $30 discount. That brings the cost of the bundle down to $85 from its regular cost $115, though you'll want to take advantage of this offer soon as there's not very long before the fight begins at 10PM EST; pre-show coverage begins at 6:30PM EST.
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Don't miss tonight's UFC match! ESPN+ is offering new subscribers access to UFC PPV 248: Adesanya Vs. Romero and an entire year's subscription to the ESPN+ streaming service at a $30 discount today.
$114.98 $30 off
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With ESPN+, you'll never have to worry about missing a minute of the game or sporting event you're planning on watching. Running late getting home? You'll be able to pull up the ESPN+ app on your phone to begin watching anywhere you are. That'll also be pretty helpful when your significant other has taken over the living room TV on game night.
You'll not only receive access to tonight's PPV fight, but also to a bevy of UFC originals and shows such as UFC Destined, Dana White's Contender Series, and Ariel & The Bad Guy. The entire 30 for 30 archive can be found on ESPN+ as well with new content added on a regular basis.
One of the best features of ESPN+ is the access it gives you to stream live events that you otherwise might not watch at home, including UFC, MLB, NHL, MLS, Top Rank Boxing, and more. There are even events for Grand Slam Tennis and college sports like football, basketball, and lacrosse. You'll never have to wait for an instant replay either — ESPN+ lets you pause, rewind, and replay footage on command. You can even download some content for later on up to three devices simultaneously.
ESPN+ is available to download and watch on a myriad of devices, such as the Amazon Fire TV Stick, Roku devices, the Apple TV, Android and iOS smartphones, and Samsung smart TVs, among others.
Learn more about all the ways you can stream tonight's fight in this UFC 248 guide.
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