Pre-sale tickets for Smackdown and Money In The Bank in London quickly scooped up

The pre-sale for the Smackdown and Money In The Bank combo events from The O2 Arena in London went online an hour later than the advertised time as Ticketmaster pushed back the start to 1PM local time.

And despite a long wait, it was a very frustrating afternoon for WWE fans as tickets quickly disappeared, confirming that the 20,000-seater arena was not big enough to hold this event in the first place.

Frustrated fans took to Twitter to voice their disappointment and will now have another – albeit smaller chance – of scoring tickets when the rest go on sale to the general public on Friday, February 24.

Ticket prices for both shows were £846.50, £677.75, £509.00, £368.40, £284.00, £227.75, £188.40, £149.00, £126.50, £104.00, and £70.25.

WWE is using the maximum space for the arena by opting not to have a stage for either show and instead using an entrance similar to that of Clash at the Castle and Royal Rumble.

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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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