AEW is still going strong with a ton of plans in the pipeline. The company is finally going to London for a big event, and that will check off an item on Tony Khan’s bucket list. Now, it seems the company is doing all they can to make sure fans get those tickets.

Scalpers will sometimes swoop in and buy up every ticket they can, only to immediately re-list them on the secondary market for a lot more. This trend continued even after the pandemic, as scalpers moved back to tickets after a drought in live performances.

Wrestle Tix noted behind their paywall that AEW is doing their pre-registration for All In London as a way to combat scalpers. This is why everyone who signs up will get a unique code in their email that will only work for them.

As noted by Excalibur on Dynamite, if you signed up for the pre-registration for All In, you should’ve received the code this morning in your email inbox. Everyone will receive their own unique code so there will be no generic code to use for all. In theory, this helps with scalpers. 


A few have asked about the special VIP/presale that takes place from 9-11AM before the presale (how funny/silly is it we have a presale to the presale which is a presale to the general public sale?). There will be no universal code to be used. Fite sent out a special code to those subscribed to their service. This is a unique one-time code that can’t be shared. So if you were looking to get in on this, you need one of these. It’s possible other vendors may send out a code for this as well.

We’ll have to see if AEW is able to combat scalpers. Obviously, this is a problem in the live event industry, because sometimes scalpers will buy up a ton of tickets that go unsold. That causes another headache for the company, because it registers as a sold out show with a lot of empty seats.

We will have full coverage of AEW’s All In London event right here at Ringside News. Obviously, lot could happen between now and August 27th’s All In London event. The company will also still hold their All Out pay-per-view a week after that Wembley Stadium show as well.

What’s your take on AEW’s plan for All In London? Do you think they’ll sell out Wembley Stadium? Sound off in the comments!

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