Poirier vs McGregor 3 UFC 264 tickets: price and how to buy
Dustin Poirier and Conor McGregor enter the octagon on July 10. Find all the information you need to know on how to buy tickets for the event.
The main event on Saturday, July 10 will be the trilogy between former interim UFC lightweight champion and current No. 2 ranked contender Dustin Poirier and former two-division UFC champion Conor McGregor.
McGregor defeated Poirier in 2014, Louisiana's "Diamond" evened the score in January of this year, setting up the most highly anticipated rubber match in UFC history.
How to buy tickets
UFC 264: Poirier vs. McGregor 3 tickets have been on sale since April 16 and are available for purchase at axs.com. Ticket sales are limited to eight (8) per person.
How much are tickets for Poirier vs McGregor?
Tickets can also be purchased on ufc.com. Prices are currently in a price range of between $300 and $10,000.
Poirier will be hoping to repeat his performance over McGregor from UFC 257 earlier this year. A member of the UFC roster for over a decade, he has proven himself as one of the best in the world with wins over former UFC champions Max Holloway (twice) and Eddie Alvarez.
McGregor out for revenge
Irishman Conor McGregor (22-5) has his sights set on avenging his loss earlier this year by showing he is still one of the best in the world. Arguably the most popular UFC star in history, McGregor now aims to make a statement by delivering a vintage performance against the 32-year-old Poirier.
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