AEW All Out sold out in around fifteen minutes, but not all of those tickets went to fans. A lot of tickets have already flooded StubHub and other secondary market ticket websites. However, this kind of thing should be expected.

What is very interesting is that the tickets for All Out are going for about a 500% increase from their original ticket price. Cody Rhodes wanted to make sure that AEW ticket prices are fan friendly, unfortunately, not everyone who got a ticket is a fan.

This is, however, a good sign for AEW because when prices are that high then the demand is usually there. The Elite was unproven for ALL IN so the secondary market didn’t but up many tickets. This time it looks like they’ve gotten the scalpers’ attention. However, it should also be noted that due to the fans getting in there in droves there aren’t as many tickets as there would probably otherwise be on these secondary websites.

Currently the $30 tickets are going for around $150-$200 and the $190 level tickets — which were the most expensive option — are going for around $800 or higher. Right now there doesn’t appear to be anyone selling actual “ringside seats.” Those prices don’t include the fee that might be tacked on as well.

As of this writing, the VIP fan tickets are available. There are three levels of pricing for those and they include a ticket along with some other really cool stuff as well like access, a VIP lounge area, merch, and more. You can check that out here.

If you were just wanting to get a single ticket then those are already all sold out for All Out.

H Jenkins

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