WWE’s next premium live event is coming up on Saturday, and Pittsburgh is in for quite a show. Payback will also play to a very large crowd, but it’s not a sell-out yet, and for good reason.

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WrestleTix dropped some updated numbers for WWE Payback. There are less than 200 seats available. The only problem is that those remaining seats are pricey.

WWE Payback
Sat • Sep 02 • 7:30 PM
PPG Paints Arena, Pittsburgh, PA


Available Tickets => 160
Current Setup => 12,635
Tickets Distributed => 12,475 (+27 since last week’s update)

Resale => 936

The report noted that the, “Cheapest standard admission ticket is $300 which is why the rest of these haven’t sold yet.” That is easy to see, especially since it’s the end of the month, and $300 is a lot of money.

The last time WWE traveled to the PPG Paints Arena in Pittsburgh, on March 10th, 2023, they attracted 10,283 fans for SmackDown. Since they already have 12,635 tickets out for Payback, it appears that their trend of record-breaking gates will continue on Saturday

What’s the most you’d pay for a ticket to a WWE event? Sound off in the comments to let us know what you think!

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