AEW All In Initial Ticket Sales Figure Revealed
With tickets going on for the historic AEW All In at Wembley Stadium today, the number of tickets sold as part of the pre-sale has been revealed.
Wrestling fans in the United Kingdom are in for an even bigger summer of premium events than they’ve had in a long time. As well as WWE Money In The Bank at the start of July, AEW announced that they will run the first event inside Wembley Stadium for three decades at the end of August.
An ambitious stadium to fill, many had questioned whether even a big name draw such as the return of CM Punk would help sell enough tickets to make the arena look full. Even Jim Ross has stated that an attempt to run a show of this size is “a hell of a risk”.
However, it seems some of those fears will have been calmed with the initial uptake for tickets, which went on sale to those with various pre-sale codes earlier today.
According to Dave Meltzer of The Wrestling Observer on Twitter, AEW All In has already sold over 35,000 tickets.
First day ticket presales for All In topped 35,000.
— Dave Meltzer (@davemeltzerWON) May 2, 2023
This would see a significant portion of the stadium already full, with tickets not going on general sale for another 24 hours. However, AEW can be happy with the initial numbers since there is only a poster and no matches announced at this stage.