AEW held a presale for tickets to the upcoming All Out pay-per-view at the NOW Arena outside of Chicago. While the company has been in the Chicago market several times, including their most recent Forbidden Door event, there is still a huge demand for the product. Individual seats for the pay-per-view have sold out.
Fans still have a chance to get their hands on seats to the PPV. AEW is selling tickets in packages, which include Dynamite, Rampage, or both. Those combo packages still show plenty of tickets remaining for All Out, if fans are willing to pony up for multiple events.
WrestleTix shared the news via Twitter. All of the tickets for just the pay-per-view are gone. The company’s strategy appears to sell tickets to Dynamite and Rampage by packaging them with PPV seats.
“The All Out individual ticket event has sold out but there are a lot of seats left in the Combo ticket page (they released way more than usual here).”
AEW wants to have as close to a full house as possible for Dynamite and Rampage. Their pay-per-views usually draw good fly-in crowds. Many fans might consider attending one or both of those events if they plan to travel to Chicago for All Out.
All Out takes place on Sunday, September 4. AEW will run the same building for Dynamite and a live Rampage on August 31 and September 2. It will be interesting to see how many fans opt for the combo package and whether they can fill the arena for both TV tapings.
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