AEW's All In tops 43,000 tickets sold, per Tony Khan

Originally published at https://www.postwrestling.com/2023/05/03/aews-all-in-tops-43000-tickets-sold-per-tony-khan/

AEW has now topped 43,000 tickets sold for its Wembley Stadium event this August in London, England.

AEW president Tony Khan provided the latest figures following the first day of the pre-sale on Tuesday.

Thanks to our great fans, only 32 hours into the pre-sale for #AEWAllIn London, we've already sold over 43,000 tickets for over £4.5M ($5.7M), before general on-sale has even begun, with more great seats going onsale soon!

Let's celebrate on Wednesday Night #AEWDynamite TONIGHT!

— Tony Khan (@TonyKhan) May 3, 2023

The public on-sale doesn’t begin until Friday with those having access to unique codes having the chance to buy tickets on Tuesday when the pre-sale began.

Khan added that the 43,000+ figure represents a live gate of over $5.7 million U.S., both numbers shattering AEW’s previous records.

The number of tickets sold has also surpassed WCW’s record of 41,412 for the July 6, 1998, episode of Monday Nitro at the Georgia Dome featuring Hulk Hogan vs. Bill Goldberg for the WCW Championship.

All In is set for Sunday, August 27 at Wembley Stadium and will be AEW’s first event in the United Kingdom.

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This is going to be amazing - any board members going?

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I have my seat in section M which is along the entrance aisle! So looking forward to it.

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Yeah I’m in the gods say but just happy to be there

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Maybe I’ll have to make my first call into Post after many years

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I’m trying to convince wifey to make a trip out there but so far a losing battle :pensive:

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People were so scared to put high expectations on this event. This is exactly why I said it would be disappointing if they didn’t get close to a sell out. With how good the product is and how starved the UK is, there is no reason why this event shouldn’t be killing it in ticket sales, which it is. It’s ok to aim high. AEW did, and they fucking nailed it.

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All In and a 5 days in Toronto for Forbidden Door. My first live shows since 2005 and first ever PPVs, it’s going to be a great summer.

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