A day before UFC 202, the company has slashed prices for tickets to the event, set to take place at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas.
According to ESPN, upper-level seats that original cost $365 were reduced by 41 percent to $215. The best seats located right by the Octagon cost $9,995 earlier this week, but by Friday morning (Aug. 29), the face value was cut by 20 percent to $7,995.
Other premium seats that cost $2,950 were reduced to as low as $1,850.
UFC 202 will be headlined by the anticipated rematch between Conor McGregor and Nate Diaz.
Despite the price cutting, UFC expects to pull in at least $7 million in gate revenue, which would make it among the most successful cards in history.