After an almost two year absence from the sport, Jon 'Bones' Jones returns to The Octagon® on December 29 to face Alexander 'The Mauler' Gustafsson at UFC® 232. This will be the second meeting between the two — Jones defeated Gustafsson by unanimous decision at UFC 165 in a bout that was named Fight of the Year. Fate has a funny way of bringing people back together, and it was only a matter of time until these two would face each other across The Octagon once again.
Here's how you can get tickets to UFC 232:
The UFC VIP Experience
Beat the crowds and get your UFC 232 tickets early with the UFC VIP Experience. Through #UFCVIP, you can get access to ticket packages for UFC 232 before tickets go on sale to the general public on November 8.
Here is what is included when buying from the UFC VIP Experience: An Official Ticket Package gives you guaranteed seating at the T-Mobile Arena, a reserved seat at the official weigh-ins, pre-fight hospitality, UFC fighter meet & greets and other exclusive VIP access. This is all thanks to the UFC VIP Experience's official partnership with the UFC®.
Our tickets are provided from the UFC, ensuring authenticity and increasing the likelihood of ticket availability past the general public on sale date.
For a sneak peak at everything we offer, check out our last few recaps.
GENERAL PUBLIC SALE
If you want a ticket to the event but aren't looking for hospitality or behind the scenes access, go for the general public sale. This is exactly what you'd expect — when tickets go on sale to the public on November 8, the sprint to try and get good seats begins. General public sales are first come, first serve, meaning that you could miss out if you're not on it.
With the combination of Jon Jones' return, the aura of Las Vegas and the timing of a New Years card, this event may sell out quickly. That doesn't mean you can't go to UFC 232, though. For those who want tickets but didn't buy in time, the secondary market is always an options. Be aware — it will be the priciest option for just a general admission ticket. Also, the secondary market doesn't guarantee that you'll receive your ticket from the seller. It's a question of risk versus reward. If it is your only option, it may be worth trying to find the right ticket this way.