WrestleMania 29, which takes place at the Metlife Stadium in just over three weeks time is officially sold-out.
Estimated income from the sell-out is around the $11 million mark, with approximately 80,000 tickets sold with the rest going to charities, special guests and other various organizations or people who’ll be granted tickets by company officials. This is the fastest a WrestleMania has sold-out since WrestleMania 22 in Chicago, Illinois.
With only three matches confirmed for the event thus far, those being World Heavyweight Champion Alberto Del Rio defending against Jack Swagger, The Undertaker defending his historic streak against the longest reigning WWE Champion of the last twenty-five years CM Punk, and John Cena challenging The Rock for the WWE Championship in the main event, this is great news for WWE.
Tickets went on sale in early November, with the first day sales record being smashed, which was held by WrestleMania X8. Ticket prices were also increased for the event in-comparison to past WrestleMania’s but this hasn’t deterred fans from attending the event.
It should be noted however if you haven’t purchased tickets for the event but were hoping to last minute that WWE may allocate more tickets depending on how much space is left once the production team begin setting up the arena. Last year a couple hundred tickets went on sale the day before WrestleMania after the stage was erected.