AEW All Out sold out in fifteen minutes. However, AEW was not expected to sell out their next event that soon, let alone instantly.
The Wrestling Observer Newsletter noted that it took the Sears Centre fifteen minutes to sell out the building because that’s simply how long it took to process the 10,400 tickets online. However, in doing this they broke an all-time level when it comes to pro wrestling tickets.
According to professionals in the ticket industry, was that the show had the most activity when tickets first went on sale of any ticket to a pro wrestling event in history by a wide margin.
It was noted that when the ticket sale was called off after the last seat was sold there were still 73,500 places in line. This is a huge number and although it could signify that some fans had multiple devices logged in, they could have still sold out the building twice over.
It was noted that the limited number of tickets helped cause such a rush to the box office as well. However, even compared to larger WWE shows, AEW is very notable because they sold out with a four ticket per purchase limit and “very little scalper activity.” This reportedly left the ticket industry “stunned.”