Cody Rhodes and The Young Bucks have made a lot of money on their own name while working their own schedule and it looks like All In is going to be another big payday for them. But with All In available on so many formats like Honor Club, New Japan World, and online streaming, the traditional pay-per-view numbers might not be too impressive.
Dave Meltzer noted on Wrestling Observer Radio that they’re likely to get their biggest profit in merchandise which is also nothing new to the All In guys.

“The biggest profit might be the merch. I think between the convention, they have 2 days of the convention, actually 3 I think they’re doing stuff on Sunday. But they’ve got the convention and the live show.”
“I’ve got to think that they’re doing $25–300 grand in merch that night. Gotta be. You know what? They won’t beat their live gate with merch because that would be roughly and I didn’t get the exact numbers but I did get a breakdown before the tickets went on sale and it came up to about a $450,000 house and that comes to around $43-44 a head.”

He said he didn’t believe that they would do 40 dollars per person on the night of the show, but if you add in the Starrcast convention, then Cody and The Young Bucks, as well as everyone else involved, is likely going to walk away with a significant payday.
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