On the off chance that you need to see Floyd Mayweather Jr. go up against Conor McGregor face to face on Aug. 26, you would be wise to be set up to fork over a considerable measure of cash.
As indicated by Darren Rovell of ESPN, official tickets went marked down Monday for individuals who have a Ticketmaster code. Those codes alone have sold for up to $200 on eBay, simply giving somebody the capacity to buy a ticket.
Rovell likewise noticed how much a fan has effectively paid for a couple of respectable tickets:
Before expenses, tickets extend from $500 just to get into the way to $10,000 for ringside, per Kurt Badenhausen of Forbes. There is likewise a breaking point of two for every family unit.
As revealed by Rovell on ESPN.co.uk, tickets for the 2015 session amongst Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao included a value scope of $1,500 to $10,000, despite the fact that there were less seats at the MGM Grand Garden Arena than the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, where the up and coming session will occur.
While trying to prevent touts from gobbling up numerous tickets, just two seats can be obtained per exchange.
The least expensive ticket to see Ireland's first UFC belt holder go up against 40-year-old Mayweather will cost fans a cool £385 ($500).
Those needing a front-push situate for the session should fork out a stunning £7706 ($10,000).
A few ticket outlets have valued ringside tickets for 'The Billion Dollar Fight' at an incredible £76,012 ($98,500).
Similar sites are offering seats in the grandstands for £1,871 ($2,425).
Fans who pass up a great opportunity for the underlying deal will have the capacity to buy tickets by means of authorized outsider resale sites.
In the mean time, costs are required to be significantly higher on the second-hand showcase, with ringside tickets conceivably achieving six figures. Considering how much some are spending only for codes, it's hard to extend the forthcoming expenses.
For those not ready to get out to Vegas, it will cost $99.95 to see the battle on pay-per-see in top quality, an indistinguishable cost from Mayweather versus Pacquaio.