WWE issues press release regarding Wrestlemania tickets
Oct 22, 2012 - by Steve Gerweck
STAMFORD, Conn., October 22, 2012– WWE® (NYSE: WWE) announced today that tickets for its annual pop-culture extravaganza, WrestleMania 29, will go on sale Saturday, November 10 at 10 AM ET. WrestleMania 29 will take place Sunday, April 7, 2013 at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, NJ.
Ticket prices range from $35 – $850. There will also be a limited number of “Gold Circle” VIP Packages available for $2,000. The Gold Circle packages include seating in the first four rows ringside, an exclusive Gold Circle VIP Stadium Entrance, a collectible WrestleMania 29 ticket holder and the commemorative WrestleMania 29 take-home folding chair. Tickets can be purchased through all Ticketmaster outlets, www.ticketmaster.com or by calling 1-800-745-3000. All tickets are subject to service charges and facility fees. Starting Monday, November 12th at 11 AM ET, tickets will also be available at the MetLife Stadium and IZOD Center box offices.
WrestleMania is more than just a one day event; it is a week-long celebration. WWE will take over the greater New York/New Jersey area during WrestleMania Week. In addition to WrestleMania 29, other activities will include: WrestleMania Axxess – WWE’s four-day, interactive fan festival at the IZOD Center; WrestleMania Reading Challenge Finals; the 2013 WWE Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony at Madison Square Garden and other activities designed to give back to the host community including Be a STAR rallies in support of WWE’s anti-bullying initiative and hospital visits. Additional information on these events will be announced in the future at www.wrestlemania.com.
Last year, WrestleMania XXVIII in Miami set multiple records. The event became Sun Life Stadium’s largest attended event and highest-grossing, entertainment event in history with 78,363 fans from all 50 states and 36 countries in attendance. WrestleMania XXVIII also became WWE’s highest-grossing, live event in history, with a gross of $8.9 million. In addition, the event generated a record-breaking $102.7 million in economic impact for the city of Miami and Miami-Dade County.