As it has done for the past few pay-per-views, ESPN+ is offering up a pretty impressive promotion for those buying the PPV. If you are an ESPN+ subscriber already, you can purchase the PPV for $54.99, that's $5 off the regular price. New subscribers can get the PPV for $79.98 and get a full year of ESPN+ included. That's essentially 12 months of ESPN+ for $25, a much cheaper price than the $60/year that it would normally be.
This is a great way to watch the PPV and also check out ESPN+. If you are a UFC fan though, ESPN+ is going to become a must-have. Seeing as all of the UFC Fight Nights, and PPVs are on ESPN+, exclusively now.
As for UFC 238, as per usual, the early prelims start at 6:15PM EST, and will be exclusively on ESPN+. The prelims start at 8PM EST and move over to ESPN. Followed by the actual UFC 238 PPV at 10PM EST on ESPN+ exclusively.
UFC 238 is taking place from the United Center in Chicago, and has three fights on the main card. This includes a lightweight bout between Tony Ferguson (24-3-0) and Donald Cerrone (36-11-0). There are two main events, with the co-main event featuring a Women's Flyweight bout between Valentina Shevchenko (16-3-0) and Jessica Eye (14-6-0). Finally, the main event is a title fight for the Bantamweight title, between champion Henry Cejudo (14-2-0) and Marlon Moraes (22-5-1).
These are bound to be some pretty good fights, especially that main event. Remember, the main card starts at 10PM EST, so the main event will likely be closer to around midnight. Keep that in mind if you are looking to watch the main event fight.
Getting ESPN+ for just $25 for the first year is a pretty good deal. The company has been adding all sorts of new content to the streaming service, and has a ton of great UFC content available. Including a pre and post show available for UFC 238 with tons of commentary. You'll also find select games from the NBA, NHL, MLB, MLS, Champions' League and so much more. There's really no end to the amount of content that is available on ESPN+ and for just $5 per month (normally), it's had to pass it up.
ESPN+ is also available on just about every streaming platform out there. That includes Android smartphones and tablets, Android TV, Chromecast, iOS, Apple TV, Roku, Samsung and LG smart TVs, Amazon Fire Tablets & TVs and much more. So you can watch UFC 238 at home or on the go. And remember that this is the only place to watch UFC 238. ESPN has made a pretty big investment in UFC, and has a ton of content already available and plans for much more in the near future.
You can order the UFC 238 PPV from ESPN+ using the link below. If you are not a ESPN+ subscriber, you will need to pay the full $79.99. But as we mentioned, it's a crazy good deal, and one that it likely won't be running much longer. So it's worth it to take advantage of it.