The website is charging extortionate amounts for tickets that are not yet on sale for the October event.
Conor McGregor’s return to the Octagon will no doubt have fans in a frenzy as they try and secure tickets for the much anticipated match up.
The Irishman is set to fight for the lightweight belt against current champion Khabib Nurmagomedov on October 6th at UFC 229 in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Tickets are set to go on sale next Wednesday (15th August) for UFC Fight Club members and will go on general sale that Friday.
The best way to secure your tickets is to buy a Fight Club membership for around €75. The membership gives fans the best opportunity to buy tickets for UFC events.
Many fans have been drawn attention to the ticket reselling website, Viagogo and fans are urged not to purchase tickets from the website.
Tickets are not yet on sale and already the website is offering entry to the venue for upwards of €685 for nosebleed seats.
Prices for the event have not been made available but it is expected to be slightly more expensive than previous T Mobile Arena events given the seismic nature of the fights on tap.
UFC 226 prices ranged from $85 to $800 but be warned, events are priced differently depending on each card.