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- Netflix increasing some of their prices by $1 is worth watching in regards to the WWE Network. If WWE went with a $1 increase, it would bring in $7 million or more per year.

While Netflix and Amazon have both raised prices recently, WWE and UFC kept their prices at $9.99 just because Netflix had already set the value of streaming services with their low price point.

Source: Wrestling Observer Newsletter

  • Stock Shark

    Well let’s see if WWE is around much longer now that Vince is bleeding money like a stuck pig to even raise prices period! To lose $350 million in one week thats just crazy and one of the main reason’s is the lousy WWE Network which btw you could watch all the content or lack of content on a long weekend. Sorry Universe but WWE Network is weak at best.

  • Claud3Giroux

    WWE Network is worth $9.99 a month. Idk how much more I’d honestly pay for it unless they fix minor problems for good and add more content. I know they will be adding a lot over time, but it’s well worth $9.99 at the moment. I honestly didn’t think about the 6 month commitment until d_pooch mentioned it, so hopefully we won’t see a price rise for at least that long.

  • d_pooch

    It’s too soon for WWE to raise prices because they asked for a 6 month commitment at launch and it’s only been 2 months. They will probably raise price by the end of the year.

  • d_pooch

    I’m currently watching WWE Network on 3 devices simultaneously (computer, phone, and iPad). So I don’t know what you mean…

  • paul

    i would pay for the wwe network if it was just like netflix like they said they were going to be,$20 a month for 2 devices to use while i pay 9 for two on netflix

  • Dan

    I’ll admit that I watch ufc more than wwe but don’t compare the wwe network to ufc fight pass. Fight pass is absolute garbage.

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