AEW Opens Up New Tickets for Double or Nothing
The wrestling world is anticipating AEW’s Las Vegas debut Double or Nothing. While the show initially sold out rather quickly, AEW has released new “production hold” seats for Saturday’s event via an announcement on Twitter. Those in Vegas who wish to see the show can still grab some seats as of this writing.
BREAKING #AEWDON TICKET NEWS: Due to demand, @AEWrestling have released production hold seats for #AEWDoN making tickets available to Saturday's show @MGMGrand… Tix are on-sale now at https://t.co/eg2PabwikF through Sat, while supplies last!…Witness history LIVE! pic.twitter.com/d4iPENzma6
— All Elite Wrestling (@AEW) May 23, 2019
Lance Storm Weighs In On PPV Price Tag
While those in Vegas have a chance to see AEW’s debut live, those at home are contemplating purchasing the show the old fashioned way. For fans used to PPVs coming in for free on WWE Network, paying the $50 asking price may be a steep hill to climb. Lance Storm chimed in on Twitter to remind folks of the before time when friends would gather and chip in for wrestling shows together.
People throw Superbowl parties, and wrestling fans used to have PPV Parties. Wrestling is way more fun when attended or watched in groups.
— Lance Storm (@LanceStorm) May 23, 2019