A recent report from the Wrestling Observer Newsletter has given an update on how WWE are currently doing with regards to their ticket sales for various events.
For their return to Maddison Square Garden, WWE have managed to shift over 7,500 tickets. However, an estimated 2,500-3,000 tickets of these were comps given away free of charge. WWE are also having to deal with attendees of events at Maddison Square Garden requiring to show proof of full COVID-19 vaccination.
WWE have however, served far better with their ticket sales for tonight’s episode of Friday Night SmackDown, and this Sunday’s Money in the Bank pay-per-view. The episode of SmackDown has 14,000 tickets sold, with over 11,000 of those being paid tickets. Whereas this Sunday’s Money in the Bank pay-per-view is edging close to a sell out with roughly 100 tickets left of its 9,919 capacity. This Monday’s episode of Monday Night Raw is set up to sell half of the available tickets the American Airlines Arena in Dallas can hold. As a result of this, they have approximately 7,300 tickets out right now and should be set to hit a sell out of the available tickets.
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