Tickets for WrestleMania 37 went on sale this week and after two days on sale, the majority of tickets have been sold but the show is not sold out yet.
Approximately 25,000 tickets for each night are on sale and judging by the seating chart on Ticketmaster, fans purchased tickets for both nights, leaving virtually the same number of empty seats for April 10 and 11. A large section of floor seats remains unsold, but some of those tickets are priced at $5,000 on Ticketmaster, while the others are at the $2,000 and $1,000 price point.
Combo tickets – which allows you to go in both nights staying in the same seat – have only single seats remaining.
If sales continue at this pace, WrestleMania will be sold out on both nights and can be chalked off as a success considering the limitations. International fans usually are the bulk of fans at WrestleManias and this year there will be none of them due to travel bans, quarantine, etc. The initial idea of 45,000 seats for each night would have been a bit of a problem to sell out, and 25,000 each night seems more of a respectable number to obtain.