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New Ticket Policy Implemented for Fighters’ Family, Friends at UFC Apex

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Friends and family members of athletes competing at the UFC Apex
will have the opportunity to watch them fight under a new ticket
policy recently introduced by the Las Vegas-based promotion.

UFC chief business officer Hunter Campbell sent out a memo on
Tuesday revealing that fighters will receive four seats to “watch
their fight only” at the Las Vegas facility. The policy will begin
with Saturday’s
UFC Fight Night 240 card. MMAjunkie.com was first to report the news.

“Beginning with UFC Fight Night this Saturday, April 6, athletes
who compete on cards at UFC Apex will receive four (4) seats for
friends and family to watch their fight only,” Campbell wrote in
the memo. “Following the bout, your guests will be escorted out of
Apex. This practice will be in effect for all events at UFC Apex
going forward.

“UFC Event Operations VIP Hosts will coordinate all details with
you during fighter check-in of your respective fight weeks at the
host hotel. All details will be provided, including specific
arrival times for your guests.”

While fighters’ friends and family members would often receive
complimentary tickets when the UFC traveled, this had not typically
been the policy for Apex events in the past. As a result, that led
to loved ones reportedly paying high prices to attend these
fights.

UFC Fight Night 240 takes place on Saturday at the UFC Apex in Las
Vegas. The card features 13 bouts, including a middleweight
headliner pitting Brendan
Allen against Chris
Curtis.

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