After going on sale AEW’s upcoming August 31st event All Out has now sold out. The achievement occurred in a staggering 15 minutes upon their availability. Tickets went on sale at noon eastern giving fans an opportunity to purchase a seat. With only 11,000 seats available at the Sears Centre in Chicago, Illinois it was assured that fans would be left out in the cold.
To date, only two matches have been announced for the event including Jon Moxley facing Kenny Omega and Hangman Adam Page facing Chris Jericho for the AEW Heavyweight Championship. Despite only having two matches announced fans didn’t shy away from sharing their enthusiasm in purchasing tickets to the event.
With more matches expected to come the achievement comes on the heels of AEW’s inaugural Double or Nothing event and upcoming Fyter Fest at the end of June. All Out is one year removed from the ALL IN event that broke records on September 1st, 2018 when Cody, The Young Bucks, and Kenny Omega ran the largest and most successful independent wrestling event in history that also emanated from the Sears Centre last year in Chicago, Illinois.
— The Young Bucks® (@MattJackson13) June 14, 2019
Madison’s Mindset: Ticket prices according to the Sears Centre Arena website ranged from $34.00 to as much as $194.00 U.S. That is the listed prices and doesn’t reflect what potential ticket reselling websites may list or offer purchased tickets available. In an attempt to purchase a single ticket it wasn’t able to process the request reflecting that site had to have been flooded with requests to purchase. This coupled with upcoming pay per view for the event through various means, AEW is on their way to achieving more some had anticipated so quickly.
In less than one year of operation, All Elite Wrestling has proven to be an exciting option for fans without the benefit of even airing a single episode of television. All OUT will air before AEW’s contract with TNT takes affect this Fall.