According to a report from the Wrestling Observer Newsletter, ticket sales for WWE’s upcoming live events are selling fairly well. Tickets for twenty of the 26 announced shows are now on sale.
WWE Money in the Bank in Fort Worth, TX on July 18 has a capacity of 9,919 fans and there are only 383 tickets left. This means the show will likely be a sellout.
The July 23 episode of WWE SmackDown in Cleveland, OH is selling well. There is a $93 get-in price on the secondary market.
The July 24 WWE house show in Pittsburgh has currently sold 4,300 tickets.
The July 31 WWE house show in Milwaukee, WI has sold between 1,000 and 1,500 tickets.
The August 2 episode of RAW in Chicago, IL has sold around 6,300 tickets.
The August 5 WWE house show in Detroit, MI has sold around 1,500 tickets.
The August 6 episode of SmackDown in Tampa, FL has sold around 1,500 tickets.
The August 7 WWE house show in Estero, Florida has sold 2,000 tickets.
The August 9 episode of RAW in Orlando, FL has sold 4,000 tickets.
The August 13 episode of SmackDown in Tulsa, OK has sold 3,000 tickets.
The August 14 WWE house show in Charlotte, NC has sold around 2,000 tickets.
The August 15 WWE house show in Columbia, SC has sold around 1,100 tickets.
The August 16 episode of RAW in San Antonio, TX has sold 4,500 tickets.
The August 20 episode of SmackDown in Phoenix, AZ has sold 4,200 tickets.
The August 22 WWE house show in Denver, CO has sold 2,200 tickets.
There are only a few hundred seats left for the August 23 episode of RAW in San Diego, CA.
The August 27 episode of SmackDown in North Little Rock, AK has sold around 700 tickets.
The August 30 episode of RAW in Oklahoma City, OK has sold 2,200 tickets.
The September 3 episode of SmackDown in Jacksonville, FL has sold around 1,000 tickets.
The September 6 episode of RAW in Miami, FL has sold 1,600 tickets.
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