Survivor Series weekend is here as WWE is set to run four shows at the Allstate Arena in Chicago over the course of four nights.
WWE holds SmackDown tonight then NXT TakeOver: WarGames III on Saturday, Survivor Series on Sunday, and Monday Night RAW the following night.
Dave Meltzer reported in the latest edition of the Wrestling Observer Newsletter that Survivor Series is basically sold out with only a few ringside seats priced at $250 still available.
When looking at tickets on the secondary market, it has an entry price of $79.22 and only 910 tickets available.
Regarding SmackDown, it has 49% of the lower bowl and 50% of the upper bowl not for sale with 1,020 tickets left with a $29.55 entry price on the secondary market. Monday’s Raw has 1,700 tickets left with a $22.55 entry price.
NXT TakeOver: WarGames III has only 1,000 secondary market tickets left with an entry price for $25. This show will be headlined by either the women’s or men’s WarGames matches.
WWE has yet to name the main event of Survivor Series but it will likely be the traditional men’s elimination tag team match.