AEW WrestleDream Ticket Sales and Live Gate Figures Receive Recent Update

Ladies and gentlemen, it’s time to dive into the electrifying world of AEW ticket sales, and oh boy, do we have some numbers that’ll knock your socks off!

Wrestlenomics has got the scoop on AEW WrestleDream, which went down on October 1 at the thrilling Climate Pledge Arena. According to the latest data from Pollstar, this epic event managed to sell an impressive 7,108 tickets. But wait, there’s more! The live gate? A jaw-dropping $533,717, folks! That’s some serious cash rolling in. And each fan was willing to shell out an average of $75 for a ticket, proving that AEW fans spare no expense for the best wrestling action in town.

But that’s not all, because the AEW Collision TV taping, which went down the night before at the same arena, also brought the heat. With 4,933 tickets sold, they managed to score a cool $235,652 at the gate. It seems AEW fans just can’t get enough of the action-packed showdowns!

Now, let’s do a quick comparison, shall we? AEW Revolution back in March drew in 7,958 tickets and a whopping $737,010 at the gate. And let’s not forget AEW Double or Nothing 2023, where 10,478 tickets were snatched up, bringing in an impressive $964,349 at the gate. These numbers prove that AEW continues to set the bar high in the world of professional wrestling!



But hold on to your wrestling boots, because there’s a little mystery surrounding AEW x NJPW Forbidden Door II and AEW All In: London. We’re still waiting for the final word on their attendance figures and gate earnings, but let’s just say they’ve left a lasting impact!

Speaking of records, AEW All In: London currently holds the title for the highest live gate in AEW history. While there might be a bit of debate around the numbers, one thing’s for sure – AEW knows how to put on a show that fans can’t resist!

As for AEW All Out in September, the gate and attendance figures are still under wraps. But according to the man himself, Tony Khan, during a recent media call for AEW Full Gear, the gate was “hovering” dangerously close to the $900,000 mark. That’s Tony Khan for you, always keeping us on the edge of our seats!

So, there you have it, folks – the thrilling world of AEW ticket sales, where every event is a blockbuster waiting to happen! Stay tuned to Ringside News for more action-packed updates, because AEW is just getting started!

AEW seems to be pulling in impressive numbers in terms of ticket sales and gate revenue for their events. What do you think sets AEW apart and makes their wrestling shows so appealing to fans, leading to such strong attendance figures and gate earnings? Leave us a comment.

November 21, 2023 11:49 am


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