DAZN is a global sports streaming service. With a monthly subscription, you can watch some of the world's biggest combat sports events, plus a host of interviews, classic archived shows, premium documentaries, and exclusive access to fighters and promoters courtesy of regular content such as The DAZN Boxing Show.
In addition to this, DAZN will be offering select special events to both subscribers and non-subscribers on pay-per-view.
DAZN PPV will offer you occasional fight nights featuring some of the biggest superstars in the sporting world, including Canelo Alvarez, as well as the same stacked monthly subscription schedule as ever.
So... what's the catch?
Here's everything you need to know.
How much does DAZN cost?
DAZN is available on a monthly subscription. In the United States you'd pay one flat fee of $19.99 USD each month or $149.99 for an entire year (a value of $12.50 a month), and you can stop and start whenever you wish.
The fee varies by territory, so check DAZN in your country for further information.
If you are in Argentina, Chile, and Colombia, you must download DAZN from the Apple App Store or Android Google Play store and then sign up from there.
So how much will a DAZN PPV cost, then?
Canelo Alvarez vs. Dmitry Bivol will be available on DAZN PPV in the United States for $59.99 (and in Canada for 59.99 CA$) to current DAZN subscribers. Added to their subscription fee for the month, existing subscribers will pay a total of $79.98 (both US and CA) for the pound-for-pound king's big test at light-heavyweight against the undefeated WBA champion on May 7, plus all of May's exciting subscription content on DAZN.
Those who do not currently subscribe, meanwhile, can order Canelo vs. Bivol via DAZN PPV on the app for $79.99 US/ $79.99 CA, and this will give them not only Canelo vs. Bivol but an entire month of DAZN's subscription offerings, including live fight nights almost every week, a range of other sports, classic fights, exclusive interviews, The DAZN Boxing Show every weekday and more.
Please note that the month's subscription is only included when the PPV is ordered through the DAZN app, not other independent providers of the fight.
In comparison, Canelo's most recent fight (vs. Caleb Plant) cost $79.99 for that show and that show only; Keith Thurman's recent return to action vs. Mario Barrios cost $74.99 for that show only.
What about hidden fees?
None. Nothing. Zero.
There are no extra charges. Not for particular matches or fights, not after three months, or six or 12. You pay your monthly subscription for a host of live fights. Also, you can choose to purchase DAZN PPVs as and when they are made available on top of that, and that's it.
Non-subscribers who purchase a DAZN PPV via the DAZN app can enjoy an entire month of the DAZN subscription service as well. In addition, you will be able to choose exactly how long they wish to remain subscribers.
Where can I watch DAZN?
Once you're signed up, you can watch DAZN immediately via a number of streaming methods.
There is, of course, the DAZN website on desktop or laptop via any web browser, and there is also the DAZN app that can be downloaded on the following devices:
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