AEW All In Ticket Pre-Sales Hit 50,000, Tony Khan Reveals Revenue

AEW All In

Ever since Tony Khan announced that All Elite Wresting would be headed overseas for AEW All In, fans have been speculating about how many tickets the promotion would be able to sell.

Khan first announced the blockbuster event on the April 5th episode of Dynamite, revealing that not only would the company be making its UK debut on August 27th, but the show would be held inside the iconic 90,000 seat Wembley Stadium.

Fans with a pre-sale code were able to purchase tickets before the official on-sale date of May 5th, and sales are already through the roof. At the end of May 2nd, it was reported that the company had sold over 36,000 tickets, ensuring it would break the company’s previous attendance record of 20,177 attendants at AEW Dynamite Grand Slam back in September.

On May 3rd, Tony Khan revealed that the count was up to 43,000, showing that sales weren’t stopping any time soon.

Tony Khan Reveals AEW All In Reached Its Maximum Pre-Sale Of 50,000 Tickets

Now, the AEW President has taken to social media once more to share the incredible news that All In has sold more than 50,000 with an astounding revenue of $6.5 million. This marked the end of pre-sale opportunities, but he assured fans that they could secure tickets when the general sale begins on Friday.

“Thanks to the amazing support from our fans, #AEWAllIn London @wembleystadium just hit 50,000 tickets sold for £5.2M ($6.5M)!Remarkably all 50k tickets sold have been in the pre-sale! The general ticket on-sale begins TOMORROW, with great seats opening up!”