WWE recently moved the upcoming Money in the Bank premium live event to a much smaller venue. After struggling to sell enough tickets at the massive Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas, the company downsized the show to the MGM Grand Garden Arena. That move has resulted in a sell-out.
Ticket buyers from the original venue were offered a chance to purchase seats at the new arena before the general public. Sustained interest along with a leaked pre-sale code got things off to a very strong start. Once the public on-sale started, it didn’t take long for the WWE Universe to gobble up the remaining tickets.
According to WrestleTix on Twitter, 9,000 tickets were sold in the presales. The public on-sale resulted in the rest of the venue selling out. WWE can expect a strong crowd of about 12,000 for the relocated Money in the Bank event.
“WWE Money in the Bank SAT JUL 02, 2022 – 4:30 PM MGM Grand Garden Arena, Las Vegas NV Available
Tickets => 238 Current Setup/Capacity => 12,088
Tickets Distributed => 11,850 (98.0%)
Presale(s) moved 9K+. Yesterday’s public sale moved the rest.”
There are still some scattered tickets left around the venue for fans who still want to attend. It may be difficult to find groups of seats together. After a rocky start while still trying to fill an NFL stadium, WWE has to be pleased with the result.
Tonight’s Hell in a Cell premium live event in Chicago is also a sell-out. WWE has been seeing very strong attendance for their biggest shows lately. The change of venue seemed drastic at first, but Vince McMahon will be thrilled to be able to once again announce a full house.