Scroll through the list below to find Mayweather vs Conor McGregor fight tickets
After going on sale this week, prices ranging from $2,000 to $80,000 have been revealed, with ringside seats set to go for a lot more. Most fees for a front row seat are yet to be confirmed, although Viagogo are showing less than 2% of their allocation remain. This will mean the secondary market then opens up, where prices will sky-rocket in the months prior to the August 26 clash with Conor McGregor. Mayweather – who burns through money faster than a dotcom company circa 1999 – is set to haul in at least $120 million, with McGregor in the $75-100 range. According to Forbes, depending on pay-per-view numbers, Mayweather could reportedly top out at close to $400 million, with McGregor around $127 million. The T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, where the fight takes place at the end of the summer, have also began to process of clearing their own stock of tickets.
Mayweather makes a comeback almost two years after defeating Andre Berto in September 2015 on the back of equalling Rocky Marciano's 49-0 retirement record.
The Nevada State Athletic Commission have given their blessing to the contest being record as a 50th win for Mayweather, although McGregor will be banking on sealing the biggest upset the sport has ever witnessed.
McGregor is the only two-weight UFC champion in the history of MMA but is yet to participate in the boxing ring and is a rank outsider to even make a slight dent in Mayweather's undefeated run.
The cheapest tickets (nosebleeds) for Mayweather-McGregor are US$2,750 each (and only sold in pairs), and ringside seats in rows 1 through 11 range from $35,000 up to $100,000.