AEW All In 2023 Ticket Sales Sets New Record ! In the last 3 years AEW has grown significantly. The company has set multiple attendance records. Starting off as selling 16000 tickets in just 4 minutes at double or nothing 2019 to sell over 25000 tickets for AEW Grand Slam.
It was the biggest show that AEW has put on in the company’s history but the moment lasted only for months. As AEW announced that they will be hosting AEW All In 2023 at Wembley stadium celebrating 100 years of Warner Bros Discovery and the venue.
Wembley Stadium has the capacity of over 90,000 people and everyone speculated that AEW couldn’t sell out the venue. But AEW All In early access peaked the expectations as over 60,000 people signed up for AEW All In 2023 Pre Sell tickets. Yesterday AEW All In 2023 Pre-Sales began and it also exceeded the expectations.
Everyone doubted AEW but as always AEW proved them wrong. Official tickets will begin on May 5th 2023 and AEW is in a very strong position to sell out the venue. AEW chairman Tony Khan also reacted to the sales saying.
“Today’s one of the best days in @AEW history Thank you to all buying #AEWAllIn tickets today, off to an AMAZING start already 36,000 sold for £3.8M ($4.7M) + we’re only getting started, more great seats are going on-sale! Let’s celebrate TOMORROW on Wednesday Night #AEWDynamite”
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