WWE WrestleMania 37 Ticket Prices and How to Buy Them

Published 04/04/2021, 11:40 AM EDT


The grandest stage of them all is set to host some of WWE’s best superstars and the celebrities that come along with the show, and WWE has more than the usual business on its mind when it comes to WrestleMania 37. 

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For the first time in over a year, fans will be allowed back into the stands to watch the show live, ending the long drought that proved disastrous for WWE at one point. 

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Tickets were put on sale over a week ago that the lower tier ones sold out on the same night they released. Ticket prices range from $35 to $2500 depending on the location of seats. Tickets were available in presale and can still be booked if available. 

Although, WWE can’t aim for whopping attendances this year due to the COVID-19 restrictions it has to follow. The company is limiting the attendance to 25,000 for each night, which is about a quarter of the usual number. The tickets went on sale via Ticketmaster, and can also be purchased on other such sites. 

Furthermore, pods will be placed at the Raymond James Stadium, which can accommodate 6 each. A pod can be purchased for a group or individual tickets to such pods can be bought. The Stadium will hold 36% of its maximum capacity. 

Stephanie McMahon has assured WWE fans of Safety Precautions

Stephanie McMahon herself has assured fans that every safety precaution will be followed and that temperature checks, wellness screenings, and social distancing will be treated with the utmost care. 

Free masks will be provided while entering the stadium and every attendee is required to wear one. The handling of tickets and concessions will be paperless.

“We are grateful to be following in the Super Bowl’s footsteps. In terms of the stadium itself we worked with all the local organizing, commissions, sports authorities, the mayor’s office, to develop the best plan we could,” Stephanie McMahon explained, in her interview with Bloomberg Business of Sports.  

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“We’re going to be providing masks, the same way the NFL did. All the health and temperature screenings. We’re going to have a similar capacity for both nights, though the scaling will be different because we can have people on the floor,” she concluded.

The idea is to have fans present to watch the handwork of the year culminate into the usual glory of WrestleMania. It certainly will be a much-awaited return for fans, and WWE can finally have a taste of usual business.

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Luke Dias is a senior WWE and AEW author at EssentiallySports, having published more than 1000 articles on professional wrestling. Having completed courses in Advanced Writing from the University of California and Media and Ethics from the University of Amsterdam, Luke is currently pursuing an undergraduate degree in Journalism from Xavier’s College. His tremendous knowledge of WWE history enables him to make past connections, adding depth to the articles.

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