WWE Ticket Sales Looking Strong In Spite of Struggles to Fill Arenas for TV Tapings
The Wrestling Observer Newsletter has updated ticket sale numbers for upcoming WWE events, including Day 1 in Atlanta. The event, which takes place at the State farm Arena, has risen from 6,769 to 8,922 in the past week. That’s a big number for only seven days this late in the game. It’s the hottest ticket the WWE has on sale other than the Rumble and Wrestlemania. A sell out would be 14,700 paid. The get-in price is $48 on the secondary market.
A double Smackdown taping in Chicago tonight has 9,074 tickets out.
A house show in Rockford tomorrow night has 3,543 tickets out. Another event in Des Moines, IA on Sunday has 3,786 tickets out.
RAW in Milwaukee on Monday has 4,137 tickets out.
A live event in Madison Square Garden on December 26 has 5,573 tickets out.
RAW in Detroit on December 27 has 6,038 tickets out. A house show that same night in Orlando has 4,549 tickets out.
Live events on December 28 include Washington DC (4,036 tickets out) and Pittsburgh (4,937 tickets out). A live event in Baltimore on December 29 has 4,014 tickets out. A show in Ontario on December 29 has 7,718 tickets out. Another in Buffalo on December 30 has 2,741 tickets out.
RAW in Greenville, SC on January 3 has 3,085 tickets out.
Smackdown at the Mohegan Sun Casino on January 7 has 4,260 tickets out.
The Royal Rumble in St. Louis has 25,634 tickets out.