Is AEW On Track To Beat All In 2023 Ticket Sales?

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Dave Meltzer has given an insight into how ticket sales have been going for AEW All In 2024 and says things look good for the company.

AEW revealed it was returning to Wembley Stadium in 2024 after selling over 80,000 tickets for their first show in London in August 2023.

Many wondered if AEW would be able to repeat the feat in consecutive years but with the pre-sale of tickets underway, things look to be pleasantly surprising for Tony Khan’s company.

AEW All In 2024 Ticket Sales “Pretty Fricking Good”

Speaking on Wrestling Observer Radio, Dave Meltzer gave an insight into how the pre-sale for AEW All In has been going and says although the number of tickets sold so far is down from 2023’s show, it’s still looking very good for AEW:

Pretty frickin good. It is one of the biggest advances. It’s not as big as last year. Last year was actually I believe the biggest first-day ticket sales for any pro wrestling event in history. The actual ”first” day is Friday. So we’re still at presale, but they’re you know, I believe it’s over 27,000 which is – it’s down from last year, they’re probably not going to sell as many tickets as last year, I was worried about the idea of going back in a year.

Based on this advance, I probably shouldn’t have worried. Because like, again, when Monday is over, we’ll have a number, but it’s going to be one of the biggest advances in the history of pro wrestling, it won’t be number one.

Tony Khan has revealed he wants Sting to be at All In 2024 despite the date and location for Sting’s last match being revealed on Dynamite as he brings the curtain down on his career in familiar surroundings.

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