Ticket prices for the KSI vs Logan Paul YouTube boxing match, especially the VIP experience, can get ridiculously high if you go for the full package.
The much anticipated YouTube boxing match between KSI and Logan Paul, as well as younger brothers ComedyShortsGamer and Jake Paul, is expected to be a sellout event when it comes to Manchester August.
Tickets went on sale shortly after the first official press conference, which took place in LA, and some of the prices are eye-watering, for the most dedicated of KSI or Logan fans.
Basic tickets are pretty reasonable by comparison, with the cheapest starting at £34.70. There are also others in the range of £50 – £150, with the upper end of these securing floor seats close to the ring.
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But, the VIP package suddenly takes a massive leap, costing almost five times as much as the next cheapest ticket.
This VIP ticket may be expensive, but it is not simply a ticket for the fight itself, as the description suggests it is a week long experience, with behind the scenes access to the fighter’s workouts as well as meeting the YouTube stars themselves.
VIP Ticket (£495 + £20 BF + £1.20 FF) includes:
Exclusive VIP Access to Public Workout during fight week, including Meet & Greet with Fighters. Inner-Ringside Tickets for the fight
You can find full ticket information and prices here.
— KSI (@KSIOlajidebt) June 24, 2018
The fight is expected to sell out given the success of the last YouTube boxing match between KSI and Joe Weller and the increased attraction of the Paul brothers.
Combined, the four YouTubers have over 60 million subscribers, and as the Paul’s are from the US it is a truly international affair, with the most passionate of their fans perhaps even travelling over to the UK for the big fight.
The fight takes place on August 25th 2018, and there are still tickets available in most sections but they will undoubtedly go fast. Another press conference is also expected, likely to be held in the UK this time closer to the fight to build up the hype some more.