As more AEW on TNT shows go on sale, sell-outs are far harder to come by

Tickets for the AEW on TNT show from Nashville went on sale yesterday on Ticketmaster.com and while the company sold a good amount of tickets, the show is far away from being close to sold out.

The amount of tickets sold in Nashville seem to carry the same pattern that other cities such as Charleston, Chicago, and Baltimore did and while the first few events sold out quickly, the euphoria seemed to have already cooled down.

Speaking of which, secondary market tickets for the sold out AEW debut show on TNT in Washington are now being sold starting from $8. Ticket scalpers quickly scooped up thousands of tickets but they are having trouble getting resold. The Philadelphia show is also having a hard time with secondary market tickets, with $8 tickets available. The Bojangles Coliseum in Charlotte bought a lot of Facebook ads to sell AEW tickets. Tickets start from $22 for the Charlotte show.

The Full Gear pay-per-view is also not sold out and not close to being sold out either and so is the return to Chicago for the Thanksgiving eve episode of AEW on TNT.

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Colin Vassallo has been editor of Wrestling-Online since 1996. He is born and raised in Malta, follows professional wrestling and MMA, loves to travel, and is a big Apple fan!


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