AEW All In Ticket Sales “Well Above” 60,000, Surpasses WWE Clash At The Castle

AEW All In

While AEW All In was always destined to be a huge event, no one could have predicted the success that it has already achieved.

The pre-sale ended with a staggering 50,000 tickets sold, which was all of the tickets made available. This impressive demand has continued into the general sale which began on May 5th.

The latest update from WrestleTix notes that sales are now above “60,000.” This would also indicate that the event has now outsold WWE Clash At The Castle which was held at the Principality Stadium in Cardiff, Wales in September 2022.

The attendance for the event is listed as 62,296.

Meanwhile, Chris Jericho has taken to social media to celebrate tickets passing the 60,000 mark.

“They said we couldn’t do it….and yet here we are at 60,000 tickets sold by the first day of general sales!! @aew has created a MONSTER…and I plan to lead the charge. See you in August.”

AEW Has Now Tripled Previous Sales Record

Writing in the Wrestling Observer Newsletter, Dave Meltzer offered a further analysis of the impressive ticket sales. Meltzer noted that the event will likely take the record as the largest non-WWE gate in history. That honour is currently held by Antonio Inoki’s retirement show at the Tokyo Dome in 1998, which pulled in $7 million.

AEW’s previous attendance record stands at 18,300 for their first show at Arthur Ashe Stadium, according to Meltzer. The veteran journalist noted that the European attendance record currently stands at 79,127 for SummerSlam 1992.