Tickets for WrestleMania 31 in the price range between $35 to $150 are sold out. There are still tickets available in the $200 to $1,000 range (14th row ringside). As of today, there were 6,615 tickets up for resale on Stubhub. The $35 tickets are being sold at $83.75. The cheapest you can get for a face value $2,000 ringside seat is $4,405 on Stubhub. Daniel Bryan, Hulk Hogan, and others were there to help push ticket sales. While they are not sold out, the company must be thrilled with how many first day ticket sales they did.
The company merchandise prices have been reduced to 60 percent to clear some of it out. Rey Mysterio, who the company expects to be back soon, is being featured in the new WrestleMania ads along with Brock Lesnar, John Cena, Roman Reigns, Mark Henry, Bray Wyatt, and Dean Ambrose. Henry is in the ads because they want to make sure someone of his race is featured in the ad. The ads at Levi’s Stadium don’t feature Daniel Bryan but do feature Randy Orton and Bad News Barrett instead of Ambrose and Bryan. It also features Big E.
The ad featured in this post is not the new ad.
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