As it’s the case every year, thousands of tickets for NXT, Hall of Fame, WrestleMania, Raw, and Smackdown are resold on secondary-market ticket websites, and most of the time, these tickets are usually sold for much more than their face value.
NXT Takeover seats in the 200 Level, which is the upper part of the arena, are going for at least $170 and some ringside seats selling for over $600. The Hall of Fame ceremony looks to be a money-losing exercise for ticket scalpers with tickets going as cheap as $26 and just over $200 for floor seats. It’s also the event with the most listings for the weekend.
For WrestleMania, seats in the rafters are selling for over $150, more than three times as much as they are face value. Tickets in the 100 Level which have a face value of a minimum of $250 are selling for over $500 each while some ringside seats are selling for as much as $8,000.
Upper level seats for Raw are over $100 and lower level seats priced at over $200. Ringside seats range from $250 to over $2,000. Smackdown is slightly cheaper with $40 seats in the upper level and mid $100s for lower level seats. Ringside seats are going from $200 to $600.
Buying tickets from certain websites is a risk and there have been several problems in the past with fake tickets so be careful if you are going to go this route to get your tickets for the weekend.