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Mini subscribers get:
Exclusive articles
Subscriber-only podcast
Bonus segments from our free podcasts
Weekly mailbag Q&A
Monthly email newsletters
Full article RSS feeds
Select videos from our archives
And, similar benefits with our disc golf coverage

Standard subscribers also get:
Showcase and Field Pass livestreams
All post-produced videos
Invitation to the Ultiworld Discord server
Chance to vote on filmed games

All-Access subscribers also get:
Bonus livestreams at select events
Option to turn off ads on all devices
Extra channels and features in Discord
Sneak peeks at upcoming projects

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Watch all the videos from a single event without needing a subscription!

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Why Subscribe?
A Note From Charlie

To all our readers,

Ultiworld is not unique in the web publishing ecosystem. More and more, publishers — from small ones like Ultiworld to very large ones like the New York Times — have realized they cannot rely on advertising dollars alone. And in order to serve their communities, direct financial support from readers is necessary. Your subscription directly supports our writing and journalism from college to club to youth.

Thank you.

Charlie Eisenhood, Editor-in-Chief

What’s included in a subscription?

All subscribers get access to the following, regardless of which plan they are on:

  • Exclusive articles, both long-form and short-form.
  • Subscriber-only podcast, Sideline Talk, hosted by Charlie about the people and personalities of ultimate.
  • Bonus segments from our free podcasts, including Sin The Fields and Deep Look.
  • Weekly mailbag Q&A open to all questions, comments, and ideas—with a free one-month Mini subscription (or equivalent discount) for the best submission each week!
  • Monthly email newsletters, In The Zone, focusing on off-the-field news in the realms of business, sport development, people and leaders, as well as Bring It In, focusing on teaching and analyzing ultimate from a coach’s perspective.
  • Full article RSS feeds, with a choice between following every article we publish or just the ones with subscriber content.
  • Select videos from our archives are made available for all subscribers in the Mini Subscribers Video Pack.
  • Similar benefits from our disc golf coverage, automatically available without any extra setup.

Standard subscribers add on:

  • Showcase and Field Pass livestreams, available to watch from anywhere.
  • All post-produced videos, including games as well as Film Room, documentaries, and more.
  • Invitation to the Ultiworld Discord server where you can chat about the latest news, results, rumors, and more. Plus you can make side bets with the Ultiworld crew!
  • Chance to vote on filmed games at major tournaments.

All-Access subscribers get all of the above, as well as:

  • Bonus livestreams at select events, including bonus full-screen natural-sound broadcasts of the individual games featured on Field Pass.
  • Option to turn off ads on all devices will appear in My Settings.
  • Extra channels and features in Discord like fun commands and a username flair color.
  • Sneak peeks at upcoming projects. Shh!
What part of Ultiworld do the subscriptions support?

A subscription is the best way for readers to support *everything* we do at Ultiworld. We have purposely shifted our fundraising focus to these new, bundled subscriptions because they allow us to raise funds from the most popular aspects of our coverage and subsidize less immediately profitable coverage.

If you enjoy our strategy articles but also want to support expanded youth coverage, a subscription is a great way to do it! If you religiously watch all of our club women’s footage, but want to support D-I and D-III college women’s coverage, a subscription is a great way to do it! If you appreciate all of our reporting but you really just want to make sure Pat & Tad can survive another year of Sin The Fields, a subscription is a great way to do that too.

What if I’m interested in Ultiworld’s disc golf subscription?

With any Ultiworld subscription you will have access to both disc golf benefits and ultimate benefits all in one subscription! Find out more about the disc golf benefits here.

What is the planned video coverage for this season?
Planned Video Coverage

Subject to change

Pro-Elite Challenge East
Pro-Elite Challenge West
Masters Nationals
Select Flight Invite East
Select Flight Invite West
US Open
Elite-Select Challenge
Pro Championships
Select Regionals
Club Championships

What if I’m buying for a large number of people?

If you are trying to purchase video & subscription access for a large number of people, we do offer significant discounts and benefits to groups that buy together. Check out our College Team Packs and Club Team Packs pages for more information.

What if I’d like to gift a subscription to someone else?

Email [email protected] with the who/what/when of the gift and our support team will make it happen!

What if I want to donate a subscription?

We have a subscription donation program that provides Ultiworld subscriptions to players across the ultimate community. You can find out more information about contributing to this program with a donation (or applying to receive a donated subscription) here.

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