Start your WWE Network subscription today to get all WrestleMania weekend shows FREE!

For the past few years, WWE has opted to give out WrestleMania for free for first-time subscribers to the WWE Network.

It’s an exercise that might not sound too smart for those on the outside, but the plan was always to have those who get it free stick around for at least another month or so. The month of April is also the month with the highest number of WWE Network subscribers due to WrestleMania weekend and last year, the show was watched by over 2 million subscribers, which was a record for WWE at the time.

This year is no different and the WWE Network is free for those who sign up the first time…or with a different e-mail address! Subscribing today and activating your 30-day free trial gets you NXT Takeover: New York tonight, the Hall of Fame ceremony on Saturday, and WrestleMania on Sunday. Not to mention the over 11,000 hours of WWE programming that is available in the catalogue.

And with the rumored May 3 live event in Saudi Arabia, starting your subscription today also gets you that one for free as well! Not a bad deal, isn’t it?

This year, WWE will not be revealing the WWE Network subscribers number the day after WrestleMania as has been the case since 2014.

If you want to take the deal and watch all the WrestleMania weekend shows for free, simply go to http://w-o.it/wwentwrk to active your free month.

Colin Vassallohttps://www.wrestling-online.com
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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