ESPN is offering a bundle deal with UFC 260 and an annual ESPN+ subscription — here's how to save 30% in time for Saturday's PPV fight

By Kevin Webb

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UFC heavyweight champion Stipe Miocic will face Francis Ngannou in a highly anticipated rematch at UFC 260 on March 27. The main card of UFC 260 is a $70 pay-per-view event and will be exclusive to members of the ESPN+ streaming service.

ESPN+ normally costs $6 a month or $60 for an annual subscription, but new subscribers coming in for UFC 260 can get a 30% discount if they bundle the PPV event with one year of the service. With the deal, you'll pay $89.98 for UFC 260 and a full year of ESPN+. Without the deal, that combination would normally cost $129.98. 

The bundle deal also presents a good alternative for people who might be thinking of signing up for a monthly ESPN+ plan just to watch the PPV. If you sign up for one month of ESPN+ and buy UFC 260, it will cost you $76. The bundle deal gives you 11 more months of ESPN+ for only $14 more.

After a year, your ESPN+ subscription will renew at the normal $60 a year price unless you cancel or alter it. Check out our full ESPN+ breakdown for more info about what's included with the service.

If you're looking for more details on Miocic vs. Ngannou, we've also got a full rundown of how to watch UFC 60, and Insider combat sports correspondent Alan Dawson is always following the latest news, rumors, and results coming out from UFC.