UPDATE: Tony Khan tweeted:
Today’s one of the best days in @AEW history
Thank you to all buying #AEWAllIn tickets today, off to an AMAZING start already 36,000 sold for £3.8M ($4.7M) + we’re only getting started, more great seats are going on-sale!
Let’s celebrate TOMORROW on Wednesday Night #AEWDynamite
An update has emerged on AEW All In ticket sales, with the company selling a massive amount during the first day of the pre-sale.
The August 27 pay-per-view will emanate from Wembley Stadium in London, England.
There’s a lot of curiosity surrounding ticket sales for the event, with the stadium having a maximum capacity of 90,000.
This week’s pre-sale has been the first indicator regarding how full the arena will be come the summer.
Per Dave Meltzer of the Wrestling Observer, AEW has sold over 35,000 tickets in today’s pre-sale.
For comparison, AEW’s most attended event as of writing was the 2021 Grand Slam taping, with a reported 20,177 fans in the Arthur Ashe Stadium on September 22, 2021.
It was previously reported that AEW priced tickets for the event for volume rather than for an impressive gate.
Ticket for AEW All In will range from £30 for the cheapest seats, to £1,500 for ringside tickets.
Tickets go on general sale this Friday (May 5).
More details on why AEW chose to run their biggest ever arena for their debut in the UK territory can be found right here.
First day ticket presales for All In topped 35,000.
— Dave Meltzer (@davemeltzerWON) May 2, 2023
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