Tickets for WWE’s upcoming Money In The Bank pay-per-view are apparently selling out quickly as the company heads back out on the road for the first shows of the post-pandemic era.
WWE stopped touring with their live events due to the COVID-19 pandemic that shut the world down in early 2020. Their last live show in front of fans at that point was the 9th of March edition of Raw in Washington DC.
In April 2021 WWE welcomed back fans for the first time in over a year as over 25,000 of them attended both nights of WrestleMania at Raymond James Stadium. Other than that most WWE programming has emanated from the WWE ThunderDome in various locations.
Earlier this month WWE announced their return to live touring with shows taking place in July in Texas. Two days after the SmackDown event in Houston, Money In The Bank will take place at Dickies Arena in the Fort Worth/Dallas area. According to the fan-operated @AEWTicketInfo on Twitter sales of tickets for Money In The Bank were predictably selling extremely quickly.
WWE Money In The Bank ticket update:
Dickies Arena, Fort Worth, TX
Presale tickets are moving fast. Note: Thousands were in line ahead of me.
When I got in line:
Available => 1,335
Unavailable => 10634
Available => 247
Unavailable => 11722 pic.twitter.com/cFvu2K5Pqt
— AEW Ticket Information (@AEWTicketInfo) May 25, 2021
Pre-sale tickets began selling on Tuesday with only 247 left by Tuesday evening. The capacity for the event judging by tickets sold and available appears to be just under 12,000. An update from the account said more tickets had been made available with 1225 left to be snapped up.
The night after Money In The Bank, Raw will take place in the American Airlines Center in Dallas completing the first three dates of what was announced as a 25 city tour. That tour will wrap up around Labor Day weekend in the US on Monday, September 6th with full details of that tour yet to be announced.
Speculation has been rife over the planned location for SummerSlam with one venue sure to set fan’s souls on fire emerging as the front-runner.