In celebration of Valentines Day, WWE has offered fans two WrestleMania 38 tickets for the price of one.
AT&T Stadium announced the deal on Twitter, revealing that fans using the discount code ‘WMLOVE’ will be able to buy one WrestleMania seat and get one free, stating:
“Get your special Valentine tickets to WrestleMania 38! Get two tickets for the price of one, with passcode: WMLOVE. This special offer ends 2/15 at 10PM‼️”
The AT&T Stadium deleted the tweet soon after announcing the deal, but has since shared the post again.
WWE appears to be targeting a mainstream audience for the April 2-3 event, with a commercial for WrestleMania airing during the SuperBowl for the first time since 1999.
Two big title matches have already been announced for the Show of Shows, with Brock Lesnar set to square off with Roman Reigns for the Universal Title, and Ronda Rousey set to challenge for Charlotte Flair’s SmackDown Women’s Championship.
Ahead of his marquee match, Lesnar has discussed his love/hate relationship with WWE Chairman Vince McMahon, which you can read about at this link.
Get your special Valentine tickets to WrestleMania 38! ❤️ Get two tickets for the price of one, with passcode: WMLOVE. This special offer ends 2/15 at 10PM‼️ Visit https://t.co/ZNDGPoSN8J to get your tickets TODAY! #ATTStadium | #WrestleMania38 | #WWE pic.twitter.com/AEEL3VfNE6
— AT&T Stadium (@ATTStadium) February 14, 2022
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