XFINITY from Comcast calls itself the “home for the most live sports,” and that certainly includes a full schedule of Ultimate Fighting Championship pay-per-view events for its residential and commercial customers. However, there is a big difference residential and commercial customers must know when ordering UFC on Comcast.
For residential customers, there are various options when ordering UFC pay-per-view on Comcast, such as using your Comcast remote, phone or going online. Keep in mind the $49.99 fee is for standard definition only. Comcast notes that high-definition orders are subject to different pricing, which, on average, can run an extra $10. Visit Xfinity’s website for additional information when ordering UFC on Comcast.
If you’d rather join friends at a local sports bar or restaurant hosting UFC pay-per-view fights, feel free to use our Venue Search tool to find nearby locations that are broadcasting the fight. Just type in a zip code or city and you’ll find the nearest sports bar authorized to show UFC pay-per-view fights. You’ll also be able to share the results with friends on Facebook.
Since 2001, Joe Hand Promotions has been the exclusive commercial distributor for the UFC. If you’re a sports bar, restaurant or any other commercial establishment, you can only order pay-per-view UFC on Comcast by contacting Joe Hand Promotions through our website or by phone at 1-800-557-4263. Any other way is illegal and falls under federal piracy laws. Comcast does not have the programming rights to sell UFC pay-per-view fights directly to its commercial customers.
Unlike a residential purchase, there’s no set fee for commercial customers buying the UFC on Comcast. Cost depends on the size of the viewing area and the establishment’s Fire Occupancy Certificate.
Currently, Joe Hand Promotions is helping thousands of commercial customers drive traffic to their establishment with bar marketing ideas and free promotional kits for UFC pay-per-view events.
Not only does Comcast offer live UFC pay-per-view fights, but also past replays and UFC on Demand that gives you access to UFC classics.
There are also plenty of free events available since the UFC and Fox Sports Media Group agreed on a seven-year rights agreement back in 2011. Free events can be seen on a weekly basis on Fox, Fox Sports 1 and Fox Sports 2, including The Ultimate Fighter, the longest-running sports reality show on television.
To discover which Comcast channels are available where you live, use your address on their channel lineup page. For a full UFC broadcast schedule, visit our Event Page.
As a tip, Joe Hand Promotions encourages commercial establishments to dedicate at least one television to the free UFC events to help build their customer base for pay-per-view events. Free programs include the pay-per-view preliminary fights usually televised on Fox Sports 1 prior to the main event.