AEW is bringing Double or Nothing back to Las Vegas for Memorial Day weekend. The COVID-19 pandemic has forced the event to be held in Jacksonville for the last two years. Fans are very excited about the event’s return to Sin City.

Tickets went on sale for Double or Nothing this morning. Most of the prime seats were gone within minutes. Fans took to Twitter to lament their bad luck.

As usual, it appears scalpers have gobbled up many of the best seats in the house. The secondary market is littered with expensive markups. There are also some very unusual listings. As of the time of this posting, there were still limited retail-priced seats available at axs.com.

One seller on StubHub is asking for $100,231 each for two tickets in lower bowl section 11. Better seats in that same section can be had for under $200. Either the person selling the seats is delusional or there was a typo.

Fans who want to secure floor seats will have to pony up big bucks. The farthest seats from the ring at floor level are going for between $285 and $400. Budget-minded attendees can grab upper-level seats for about $85 before fees. Hard-camera floor seats will run you at least $1,000 a piece on StubHub.

There is a huge demand for tickets to AEW Double or Nothing. The Las Vegas location and the fact that the show takes place on a holiday weekend have people scrambling to get in the door. Time will tell if prices on the secondary market cool off or if the huge demand will continue to drive them up.

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Michael Perry

Michael Perry is a news contributor for Ringside News and Thirsty for News. Michael has an M.A. in Communication Technology from Point Park University in his hometown of Pittsburgh, PA.

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