Mayweather vs Pacquiao Ticket Prices Are How Much!?

Floyd Mayweather MoneyFive years ago when I was dying to see Floyd Mayweather vs. Manny Pacquiao, I always said I would immediately buy a ticket so I could see one of the biggest boxing events of all time in person. Fast forward five years and the fight is finally happening, but I, unfortunately, will not be in attendance. Why? Because the ticket prices are OUTRAGEOUS!

According to Tiqiq, ringside seats are currently going for $41,161 a piece. I don’t make that much money in a year, nor do I just happen to have that much cash lying around. So I thought it would be fun to put together a list of a few other things you could do with $40,000.

Brand New Car!

How does a brand new Ford Mustang, or a brand new Chevy Camaro sound? Both are cheaper than a ringside ticket to the Mayweather vs. Pacquiao fight on May 2. And both will entertain you for much longer than however long the fight lasts.

College Education!

Here’s one thing I’m guessing Floyd Mayweather never thought about doing, but you should! Okay, it might not be as fun as seeing the fight of your life, or a brand new car, but it’s something that could be financially rewarding with a high-paying job in the future.

Around 50 Hookers (depending on your preference)

Maybe you don’t won’t to spend over $40K to see Mayweather vs. Pacquiao. That’s understandable. But you can still go to Vegas and have a killer time. You can invest your $40,000 in playtime with some of the city’s local hookers. Depending on your preference, you could potentially meet with around 50 hookers. Unfortunately, if you’re a high class type of guy, $40K may only get you around 20 hookers. I guess it depends on your preference, and how willing you are to risk getting an STD.

My creative juices have run out. What are other things you can do with $40K!? Leave a comment below!

About Brian Ethridge
Brian Ethridge is the founding owner and current Editor-in-Chief of He has covered the sport of Boxing for nearly 10 years and has been a hardcore fan of the sweet science since birth.

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