WWE Summerslam: Tickets sales on the uprise. Summerslam tickets going for huge prices

WWE Summerslam

WWE Summerslam: The biggest event of the summer WWE Summerslam is scheduled for Saturday, August 21, at the Allegiant Stadium in Paradise, Nevada, United States.- This would be the first time when Summerslam will take place on a Saturday. The match card is yet to be announced, but the tickets are already in huge demand.

A compelling number of tickets were sold in the pre-sale that began on Monday. The show will be colliding on the same night with Manny Pacquiao vs. Errol Spence Jr’s boxing bout. The boxing bout will be the biggest event in the town, but still, Summerslam tickets sale have gained an overwhelming response. 

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Multiple Twitter portals came up with Summerslam ticket sale updates!

WWE Summerslam: According to News By US 487,000, a total of 41,000 tickets have been sold for WWE Summerslam on Monday amid the pre-sale & almost 5000 additional tickets will be released this Friday. Here’s what he tweeted, 

“Summerslam Ticket Update: Pre Sale full sale out An Additional 5000 tickets will be made available on Friday for General Release this will take total fans to Just over 50k The remaining 15k Will be blocked off for production”

The tickets are reportedly going for huge prices. As per Balor Club Guy,

“Current ticket availability for WWE SummerSlam as of 4:30pm today Lower bowl basically sold out except for single tickets 200 level, 300 & 400 levels sold out $500 & $700 floor seats are the only tickets available as of now Tickets are selling Fast!”


Edge, Roman Reigns, Drew McIntyre, John Cena, Bobby Lashley, and others rumored for the event

WWE Summerslam: There is no official match card revealed for the biggest event of the summer. However, names like Edge, John Cena, Drew McIntyre, Roman Reigns, and Bobby Lashley are rumored for action in the PPV event. There are speculations that Roman Reigns will be colliding against the 16-time World Champion John Cena in the main event of the night, while the Rated-R Superstar Edge is also planned for something big at Summerslam. Brock Lesnar is not scheduled for the event, but last-minute changes might happen with the ‘Beast Incarnate.’