WWE brought live fans back for WrestleMania 37’s two-night event. Raymond James Stadium was the scene for a historic Mania, but how much did the company make on tickets?

During Wrestlenomics Radio, Brandon Thurston broke down the reported WrestleMania attendance and how much the company likely made from both nights of WrestleMania 37.

“They are reporting 51,000 fans. They did not report a gate her, which they do in some years. Let’s say 40,000 paid and the average ticket price is $250, which has been in line with what WrestleMania tickets have been in the past and if you multiply by 40,000 paid with an average price of $250, you get $10 million.”

It was noted that a $10 million gate would be just below what a normal WrestleMania does. This year took two nights to make that number. Other reports were that WrestleMania didn’t sell nearly that many tickets and they are looking at more like 25,000 to 28,000 between the two nights. It was rainy and tickets were still available up to the show.


We’ll have to see if WWE releases that specific WrestleMania information. In the meantime we can all just be happy that they pulled it off.

Transcription by Ringside News

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