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Update on AEW WrestleDream Tickets Sales and Live Gate Figures

November 21, 2023 | Posted by Jeffrey Harris
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Wrestlenomics has an update on ticket sales for AEW WrestleDream held on October 1. Based on new data from Pollstar, the event sold 7,108 tickets and drew a live gate of $533,717. The average ticket price was $75 per ticket. The event was held at the Climate Pledge Arena.

The AEW Collision TV taping the night before at the same arena reportedly sold 4,933 tickets and drew a $235,652 gate. Earlier ticket estimates from WrestleNomics for the shows were slightly lower at 6,771 for AEW WrestleDream and 4,417 tickets for Collision.

For comparison, Pollstar data shows that AEW Revolution last March drew an attendance of 7,958 tickets sold with a $737,010 gate. AEW Double or Nothing 2023 sold 10,478 tickets and had a $964,349 gate. The attendance figures for AEW x NJPW Forbidden Door II and AEW All In: London have not yet been independently confirmed with Pollstar or non-AEW sources. AEW announced 81,035 tickets sold for All In: London and live gate of $10 million. The announced gate figure for Forbidden Door II was $1.2 million.

All In: London currently holds the record for AEW’s highest live gate. While AEW claims that the company has the all-time attendance record for All In: London, the local government reportedly disclosed that 72,265 tickets were recorded as used for admission (the “drop count”).

Gate and attendance are not yet available for AEW All Out in September. Tony Khan noted in the media call for last weekend’s AEW Full Gear that the gate was “hovering” close to $900,000.

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