UFC launches VIP tour packages for events

June 26, 2014

The UFC has teamed up with event management company Quintevents to come up with VIP package services for its events starting with UFC 175.  It has launched an interactive website in support of this new endeavor according to a UFC press release.

Via UFC press release:

The UFC VIP Experience program and website are part of a partnership between UFC and QuintEvents, the industry-leading hospitality, travel and experience package provider, offering similar VIP package services to the NFL, NBA, College Football, MotoGP™ and more. The travel/experience program provides fans with a secure buying platform, guaranteed block seating, UFC celebrity meet and greets, full on-site hospitality and other official perks. All ticket and hospitality packages come direct from the UFC and are now offered to all UFC VIP Experience customers.

The new website provides details on UFC VIP Experience ticket packages, as well as on each of the upcoming fights offered through this program including seating charts, fighter line-ups, experiential photo and video galleries, schedules, reviews and FAQs. UFCVIPExperience.comwill also be updated in real time with breaking UFC news, announcements, fighter standings, fight previews, immediate recaps and more.

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Payout Perspective:

The alliance is essentially a travel agent with perks for UFC events.  It’s a good idea for the UFC as corporate groups and/or fans will go directly through this web site instead of spending their money through other travel arrangements.  If you are a corporate group or a diehard UFC fan that wants to travel to events, this would be a one-stop place to get all your travel needs.

3 Responses to “UFC launches VIP tour packages for events”

  1. saldathief on June 26th, 2014 9:10 PM

    Many musical performers use this type of VIP ticket . It can actually generate a lot of extra money. Some artists make millions more a year doing this sort of thing.

  2. Greg on June 27th, 2014 8:08 AM

    Who would pay any money to meet with borderline retarded barely able to speak clowns like 99% of the UFC fighters? Maybe they can get insulted by Dana White to their faces instead of on Twitter for an extra fee?

  3. saldathief on June 27th, 2014 11:37 AM

    You have a good point Greg, desperate times call for desperate measures

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