Despite selling out in record time, it seems as though AEW’s debut show Double or Nothing may not be as packed to the rafters as first thought.
As is often the case with big events such as Double or Nothing, tickets will have been bought by people entirely in order to sell them on the secondary market for profit.
This certainly seems to have been the case with the show, because the Wrestling Observer Newsletter is reporting that there are currently around 1,400 secondary market tickets still available.
“Double or Nothing, in Las Vegas, has 1,390 secondary market tickets left with a low price of $50.
“[Discussing Money in the Bank] Obviously Hartford, being close to the New York market and the big population base has an edge, because there is such a large local population and the secondary market is going to be far stronger at the end in those markets. A fly-in show will be weaker at the end because most people aren’t deciding to fly in at the last minute.”
There are still just over three weeks until the show, and a large portion of the tickets will likely be sold or reduced in price when touts get desperate.
The current card for Double or Nothing is:
- Kenny Omega vs. Chris Jericho
- AAA WORLD TAG TEAM CHAMPIONSHIP
The Young Bucks (c) vs. Pentagon Jr. and Fenix
- “Hangman” Adam Page vs. PAC
- Cody vs. Dustin Rhodes
- SCU (Christopher Daniels, Frankie Kazarian, and Scorpio Sky) vs. CIMA and two OWE partners
- Britt Baker vs. Nyla Rose vs. Kylie Rae
- OVER BUDGET BATTLE ROYAL
Sonny Kiss, Kip Sabian, Brandon Cutler, Ace Romero, Brian Pillman Jr., Glacier, Sunny Daze, MJF, Joey Janela, Chuckie T., Berretta, TBA