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Name:UFC 204 –  Bisping vs Henderson 2

                 

Date:

Saturday, 8th October 2016

 

Venue:

Manchester Arena, Manchester, England

 

Fight Club Presale:      

Starts Wednesday, 7th September – 10 am BST

End Thursday, 8th September – 9am BST

 

Public On-Sale:   

Starts Friday, 9th September – 10 am BST

 

Ticket Prices (do not include fees):  

P1 = £200

P2 = £125

P3 = £95

P4 = £75

P5 = £55

P6 = £40

 

Ticket Limit for Fight Club pre-sale: 6

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Great to see it up so early.

I know a colour-coded map of ticket zones would be pushing our luck but can you confirm the limit on number of tickets per membership?

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Is there any breakdown for what accessible seating will be priced at. Generally it's P1, P2 and P4 depending on the arena. 

 

Any advice would be awesome. 

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Great to see it up so early.

I know a colour-coded map of ticket zones would be pushing our luck but can you confirm the limit on number of tickets per membership?

Sorry, i don't have access to that information. Typically it would be visible as soon as the pre-sale begins. 

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Name:UFC 204 –  Bisping vs Henderson 2

                 

Date:

Saturday, 8th October 2016

 

Venue:

Manchester Arena, Manchester, England

 

Fight Club Presale:      

Starts Wednesday, 7th September – 10 am BST

End Thursday, 8th September – 9am BST

 

Public On-Sale:   

Starts Friday, 9th September – 10 am BST

 

Ticket Prices (do not include fees):  

P1 = £200

P2 = £125

P3 = £95

P4 = £75

P5 = £55

P6 = £40

 

Hey mate,

 

Has this been 100% confirmed? Or is this projected? Source? (Sorry I'm new here)

 

Mark

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Hey mate,

 

Has this been 100% confirmed? Or is this projected? Source? (Sorry I'm new here)

 

Mark

 

She is the source. She works for the UFC.

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any meet and greets or events planned for fight week or anyother info would be great thanks

 

WAY too early for that info. Check back at the beginning of fight week.

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Does anyone have any info about what time the tickets will go on sale for the FC presale, registered presale and general sale?

 

 

Fight Club Presale:      

Starts Wednesday, 7th September – 10 am BST

End Thursday, 8th September – 9am BST

 

Public On-Sale:   

Starts Friday, 9th September – 10 am BST

 

 

Based on that, I would expect the social media/newsletter pre-sale to be the Thursday at 10a BST.

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Thank you bud

 

Does anyone know many tickets you can buy ? Got about 8 friends wanting to go to it ?

 

It varies by event. Keep an eye on the ticketing site a couple of days before the pre-sale, and it should be listed. Will likely be four, or six.

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for UFC 204 event when will weigh in take place and where? I mean the weigh in for the public

WAY too early for that info. Check back at the beginning of fight week.

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Thank you bud

 

Does anyone know many tickets you can buy ? Got about 8 friends wanting to go to it ?

 

 

It varies by event. Keep an eye on the ticketing site a couple of days before the pre-sale, and it should be listed. Will likely be four, or six.

For the Fight Club pre-sale it's a 6 ticket limit. Public on-sale will be 8 max

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For fight Club members, are there only a limited allocation of tickets available i.e. only p1-p3 tickets available and only 2,000 tickets allocated? Or is it that we just get first dibs GENERALLY?

 

So basically (I'm sure there isn't) but if there were enough Fight Club members to fill the arena, would all the tickets get bought up before second pre-sale/general, or are there allocations ONLY able to be bought via general and standard pre-sale?

 

I hope this makes sense? Ha!

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Hello, I was hoping to find out if there has been any information regarding what sections/rows P1 and P2 cover.  For instance, is P1 on the floor, and P2 is the first tier etc?

 

Any information would be great,

 

Thanks

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For fight Club members, are there only a limited allocation of tickets available i.e. only p1-p3 tickets available and only 2,000 tickets allocated? Or is it that we just get first dibs GENERALLY?

 

So basically (I'm sure there isn't) but if there were enough Fight Club members to fill the arena, would all the tickets get bought up before second pre-sale/general, or are there allocations ONLY able to be bought via general and standard pre-sale?

 

I hope this makes sense? Ha!

Only a portion of the tickets are released during the pre-sale.

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Hello, I was hoping to find out if there has been any information regarding what sections/rows P1 and P2 cover. For instance, is P1 on the floor, and P2 is the first tier etc?

 

Any information would be great,

 

Thanks

Debating with my mates which ticket band to go for, is there a seating plan yet or confirmed info on where the various tiers will be?

The information posted here is generally as specific as information gets until the pre-sale starts.

 

A seating chart is generally available once the event goes up on the ticketing site, but in most cases, it won't break down which seats are which price.

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I have just checked on Ticket Master and although the tickets are not yet available there is a seating plan for UFC 2016.

 

This is the link, just click the drop down menu on the right of the page and select UFC 2016.

 

http://www.ticketmaster.co.uk/ufc-204-bisping-vs-henderson-2-manchester-08-10-2016/event/1F005122ACB9A835?artistid=806762&majorcatid=10004&minorcatid=742

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Unbelievable how 2 companies as big as UFC and Ticketmaster can balls up their information.

Does anyone read what they write these days?

 

Seen Cage Warriors advertise looking for a multimedia MANAGER on £15k salary in LONDON so maybe that explains it

 

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Name:UFC 204 –  Bisping vs Henderson 2

                 

Date:

Saturday, 8th October 2016

 

Venue:

Manchester Arena, Manchester, England

 

Fight Club Presale:      

Starts Wednesday, 7th September – 10 am BST

End Thursday, 8th September – 9am BST

 

Public On-Sale:   

Starts Friday, 9th September – 10 am BST

 

Ticket Prices (do not include fees):  

P1 = £200

P2 = £125

P3 = £95

P4 = £75

P5 = £55

P6 = £40

 

Ticket Limit for Fight Club pre-sale: 6

 

 

What is P1, P2, P3 and so on ?

 

And do we just get first dibs on tickets, i.e front row etc..?

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The information posted here is generally as specific as information gets until the pre-sale starts.

 

A seating chart is generally available once the event goes up on the ticketing site, but in most cases, it won't break down which seats are which price.

 

Much appreciated.  For UFC 196 I just took what I was given, but if £200 gets my cage side, it's a no brainer.  On the day I will just have to search for P1 and hope my luck is in.  

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Hi

If I buy the ultimate pre-sale fightclub pass for $75 today will I be able to get the pre-sale tickets tomorrow when they go on sale at 9am ? (UK)

Thanks

 

Yes, if you purchase a Fight Club membership today, you'll get a code for tomorrow's pre-sale.

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Could really use a seating chart with which price bands are where to help make a decision on which tickets to buy.

 

That is rarely ever a thing that is made available.

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That is rarely ever a thing that is made available.

 

Can anyone think of a genuine reason why this is not made available other than to panic buyers into purchasing?

It will obviously be ready in advance.

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Can anyone think of a genuine reason why this is not made available other than to panic buyers into purchasing?

It will obviously be ready in advance.

 

Even after the pre-sale, there generally isn't a map showing that information.

 

There are lots of events, not just UFC, that colour code their maps based on arena level rather than pricing tiers.

 

I looked up the seating maps for the closest arena the UFC runs to me (the Air Canada Centre in Toronto):

 

Here's the UFC map

 

Here's the WWE map

 

Here's a map for a Paul McCartney concert

 

Here's the map for a League of Legends tournament

 

Here's the map for something called "Comedy Get Down"

 

Here's the map for Cirque du Soleil

 

Here's the map for a Demi Lovato concert

 

Here's the map for Ice Age on Ice

 

And here's a map just labeled Game of Thrones (I guess there's a Game of Thrones stage show???)

 

So as you can see, labeling the maps that way is fairly standard, and not something the UFC does to trick people, or anything like that.

 

The only maps I could find for that venue that seemed to be colour coded by price level were the hockey, and basketball teams that use the arena as their home venue. All of the one off events were by seating level.

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This is an example of what the fans would like to see for this weeks card - A PERFECT EXAMPLE.

What this does is allow you to see what you want, budget for it in advance and not make you mess around when you eventually get to the buying process. I don't have to spend time selecting different price bands to see what tickets they throw up.

 

Because you can get through the site quicker, traffic will be reduced meaning all buyers have an easier experience.  UFC have less complaints.

 

Allowing people to plan in advance also means friends can agree on an area, exchange money and sit together. This creates a better atmosphere at the event as well as making the whole process easier for the purchaser. Friends not being happy with what you bought, struggling to get money after you paid for it. Better atmosphere equals more repeat purchasers and more people wanting to join them and for the UFC - MORE MONEY (the magic words)

 

And EVERY presale you get the same comments and you say the same things. So why not just make the fans happy. The non-FightClub fans are able to check the map before their presale so why do FightClub fans not deserve the same privilege, you know, the ones that attend multiple events, pay for presale access, but the merchandise, fly to events etc etc etc

 

UFC 193 in Cleveland: 

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The non-FightClub fans are able to check the map before their presale so why do FightClub fans not deserve the same privilege,

 

Fight Club, and non-Fight Club members have access to the same map, and it's usually up before the pre-sale begins.

 

Unless you're referring to the interactive map on the Ticketmaster site, which has nothing to do with Fight Club versus non-Fight Club, and everything to do with traffic to the ticketing site.

 

I agree a map like that with the pricing tiers laid out would be nice for every event, but it's rarely available.

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As a FC member, I can't see what my preferred seating area will cost me, or what my budget will allow me to get (before I am able to buy)

As a non-FC member, I can see that (before I am able to buy).  Can you see my point?

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