AEW is always looking to make headlines for one reason or the other, ever since its debut back in 2019. In the four years since its inception, the company has managed to sell out quite a few shows in unexpected venues. Tony Khan’s ambition knows no limits and this includes AEW’s biggest plan, which will see the company holding the next All In event at Wembley Stadium this year. It appears that the ticket price range for the upcoming All In Event has finally been revealed.
As seen on last week’s episode of AEW Dynamite, AEW President Tony Khan made the major announcement about All In emanating from Wembley Stadium. The All In event will be taking place on August 27 and fans simply cannot wait for August to come.
Obviously, this is a major deal as the London stadium holds up to 90,000 fans. The last time that a wrestling show was held at the venue was in 1992 for WWE SummerSlam, which had more than 80,000 in attendance.
According to Reddit user riyadpo, it was revealed that the ticket prices for the upcoming All In Event will range from £30 to £500. The user then noted that they are also trying to get prices for all the different tiers.
I contacted Live Nation, I think they’re apart of Ticketmaster and are also doing a presale. Here’s what he told me. I’m going to try and get the prices for the different tiers
As previously reported, AEW has racked up huge numbers for All In’s pre-sale sign ups. Filling up the 90,000-capacity stadium is certainly a mammoth task and fans aren’t sure whether AEW will succeed in their lofty goal. Regardless, we’ll have to wait and see how successful AEW All In will turn out in August.
What’s your take on the ticket price range? Do you think All In will sell out Wembley Stadium? Sound off in the comments!