AEW Double or Nothing is regarded as the company’s biggest event by many fans. This year, the event returned to Las Vegas, and we now know the ticket sales revenue.

All Elite Wrestling generated $582,204 from 9,099 fans at MGM Grand Arena on May 26, according to Pollstar. The Collision event, held the night before at the same venue, brought in an additional $112,298 from 3,944 ticket sales.

According to Wrestlenomics, AEW budgeted $3,868,200 for both the pay-per-view and Collision events combined. This information was submitted to the Nevada Governor’s Office of Economic Development as part of an application for a $373,388 tax credit.

The average ticket price for Double or Nothing was $64, while Collision’s average ticket price was $28. This year’s attendance was slightly lower than the 2023 event, which had 10,550 attendees.


The profitability of the weekend for AEW depends on pay-per-view sales, which remain undisclosed. The media revenue from the Collision broadcast is also not revealed.

Double or Nothing’s gate was likely AEW’s second-highest of the year, following Revolution’s over $1 million gate in Greensboro. It is expected that All In, set for August 25 in London, will surpass these figures, with more than 40,000 tickets distributed.

We will see what AEW has planned for the future. They are moving forward with momentum from Double or Nothing and heading into Forbidden Door on June 30. It will be interesting to see the turnout on June 30, 2024, at the UBS Arena in Long Island.

What’s your take on AEW Double or Nothing? Do you think they delivered on the hype? Let us know in the comments section!

H Jenkins

H Jeknins is a News Correspondent at Ringside News, keeping wrestling fans updated with timely and accurate reports on all things wrestling.

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