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This week's UFC Fight Club perks - time to join!

There is no shortage of reasons to join UFC Fight Club, but this week's perks make it the perfect time to invest. Click here to find out more and buy your membership.

There is no shortage of reasons to join UFC Fight Club, but this week's perks make it the perfect time to invest. Click here to find out more and buy your membership.

On Thursday, March 25, the UFC Fight Club presale starts for UFC 114: Rampage vs. Evans. This long-awaited grudge match will take place in Las Vegas Memorial Day weekend during the UFC Fan Expo, and Ultimate UFC Fight Club members get first crack at the best seats.

UFC Fight Club members in the NYC/NJ area also get a whole heap of special treatment this week, such as:

* Early check-in (1:30 pm) at the UFC 111 press conference and Dana White Q&A at Radio City Music Hall on Wednesday
* Exclusive access to the Matt Serra Q&A on Friday at the Prudential Center in Newark -- in-person or streamed live online.
* Invitations to the UFC Fight Club Party featuring a UFC guest fighter after the weigh-in on Friday afternoon in Newark.

Memberships to UFC Fight Club are $34.99 (basic) and $74.99 (ultimate) annually. All members get access to the UFC Fight Club blogs, message boards, chats and photo uploads, a UFC Fight Club t-shirt, exclusive videos and live streams of fighter Q&As, and a 10% discount on UFC merchandise online. Ultimate-level members received first access to pre-sale tickets before event tickets are available to the public.

 

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