AEW All Out will be an event that will be worth your money if you are lucky enough to get a ticket. If you ask MJF, few have chance because of their fat fingers.
Some fans have also come back at Cody Rhodes for going back on the promise to provide “fan friendly” ticket prices, but maybe they should read the fine print.
One fan called Cody Rhodes out for not following through with the fan friendly ticket prices for All Out. This included a screenshot of a $450 option that included a ton of VIP perks.
Those VIP perks include: a ringside ticket within the first three rows, a pre-event walk down the aisle, getting your photo taken ringside by a professional photographer, access to a VIP lounge, access to a cash bar and one drink ticket, hors d’oeuvres, a comfortable VIP lounge area, and a load of other VIP goodies.
Cody Rhodes was quick to point out that the $450 price point was for a VIP option. Tickets for the show are still a maximum of $190 and as low as $30.
It would still be great idea to be prepared to get your ticket when they go on sale if you plan on going. Because they could go incredibly fast no matter what price they want to put on a seat.