Bid 2 Win 2 VIP Tickets to UFC 269 Fight in Las Vegas

Earn a chance to win 2 VIP Tickets to sit in President Dana White's VIP Section

Are you ready UFC fans? The big UFC 269 event is coming. It will be held at T-Mobile Arena on Saturday, December 11, 2021 starting at 3:00 p.m. PT.

Baby’s Bounty and the UFC are proud to partner up to satisfy fans from Las Vegas and around the world with a special promo. Bid to earn a chance to win 2 UFC 269 VIP Tickets in president Dana White’s personal VIP section.

Courtesy of Baby’s Bounty Instagram

How it works

On Saturday, December 11, sit in the best seats at T-Mobile Arena to watch current UFC lightweight champion Charles Oliveria put his title up for grabs against former Interim UFC lightweight champion Dustin Poirier. Bidding is open until December 1, 2021 at 3:28 p.m. PT.

The co-main event will feature UFC bantamweight and featherweight champion Amanda Nunes. She will face #1 ranked featherweight contender Julianna Pena for the featherweight championship.

This also features former UFC bantamweight champion Cody Garbrandt and two-time UFC bantamweight champion Dominick Cruz. It will also highlight Sean O’Malley, Santiago Ponzinibbio, Dan lge, Kai Kara-France and many more.

Other Incentives

The package also comes with:

  1. Two seats in the UFC President Dana White’s personal VIP section during UFC 269: OLIVEIRA vs. POIRIER at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, on December 11, 2021.
  2. A signed fight poster.
  3. A custom UFC Flare 8 BumpBoxx, courtesy of BumpBoxx.
An empowering company helping families struggling during the pandemic

baby’s Bounty Mission

Baby’s Bounty is designed for at-risk families who need to be educated on starting a baby’s new-born life. The demographics of these people are younger couples who are moving into older neighborhoods and need a kickstart to parenthood. The company is an empowering and life-changing organization who has had to help stressful families who are struggling during the pandemic.

History

Baby’s Bounty was founded by Kim Amato in July of 2008, during the Great Recession. Amato started researching how common it was for new-born babies at that time period to be released from the hospital without proper supplies, parental care, and well-being.

The hospital staff and Clark County caseworkers found that claim to be true. What they found was that many families were being discharged without necessities such as clothing, diapers, a car seat, and a crib. Many of those families were effected by the financial crises as most of them were homeless and couldn’t afford food, gas, and even groceries.

That started a grassroot organizational movement. Amato took it upon herself as she grabbed baby items from her living room and started to collect them for Baby Bundles. One at a time, the organization started to grow as Amato continued to collect items and give them to struggling new-born couples. The recognition came and Baby’s Bounty was born.

Today

The company has grown step-by-step and now it has started to expand it’s organization in Southern Nevada. It is located at 3400 West Desert Inn Road. It’s a great time to partner up with a multibillion dollar professional fighting league like the UFC for a good cause and for some exposure to a big product.

Don’t miss out on a chance to be part of UFC 269 and earn a chance to bid for a VIP experience of a lifetime. Also, stop by a Baby’s Bounty and check out the products needed for a newborn baby. This is exactly the type of movement that Amato envisioned when she founded the company over thirteen years ago.

For more details, visit Baby’s Bounty.


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