CM Punk is making a very rare meet and greet appearance at Starrcast III, but if fans want to meet the Second City Savior it won’t be cheap.

CM Punk meet and greet tickets are $149.00 with a $9.07 fee. This is the highest price for a Starrcast meet and greet this year, but there are a couple more who are giving Punk a run for his money.

Sting is doing a meet and greet which is $139.00 with an $8.55 fee. The Stinger is only doing one session of meet and greets from the looks of it, but CM Punk is doing both a morning and an afternoon session on All Out Saturday.

Another high priced ticket meet and greet is Jon Moxley. It will cost fans $129.00 plus $8.02 on top of that as the fee to meet the former Dean Ambrose.


That might seem like a lot of money to spend, but other AEW stars and legends aren’t nearly as much. It costs $69 plus fees to meet SCU, $50 to meet Cody Rhodes and Pharaoh, $49 to meet Hangman Page, $59 to meet the Lucha Bros, $79 to meet Mick Foley, $69 to meet Scott Hall, $59 to meet Arn Anderson and Tully Blanchard, $69 to meet Jerry Lawler and Jim Ross, $29 to meet Joey Janela, $39 for Tony Schiavone, $39 to meet Dean Malenko, and the list goes on.

There are a ton of people appearing at Starrcast for meet and greets, but if you want to meet everyone it will certainly cost you. However, it very well might be worth it to have a pro wrestling experience you’ll never forget before AEW’s All Out.

For more information about Starrcast, you can visit their official website. Those meet and greet prices might seem a bit high, but it would be a pretty safe bet to assume that they will likely sell out before All Out weekend rolls around.

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