AEW has begun the long process towards normalcy by allowing small groups of fans into Daily’s Place for their AEW Dynamite tapings. Since they’re staying at Daily’s Place for the foreseeable future (and because they’re not selling through the limited seats they are offering), the company is now offering a season pass for diehard fans who don’t want to miss a moment of the action.
Join us this Fall with the "Dynamite Seven" Season Pass for upcoming #AEW televised live events in Sep, Oct, Nov at @dailysplace in Jacksonville, FL, beginning with the 9/23 show. Seven events for a total of $175 (plus fees) pic.twitter.com/9k5nwcXflH
— ALL ELITE WRESTLING (@AEW) September 14, 2020
Called the “Dynamite Seven” package, fans can purchase tickets starting with next week’s show on September 23. Season Pass holders are then set to go through November, assuming they’re able to make it out to the venue with a mask in tow.
WWE is also in residence at a location at least until the beginning of November, but fans enter the ThunderDome virtually and WWE isn’t charging for the privilege. If they transfer to a location with live fans in the near future for an extended period, it’s possible they could also offer a similar service. It only makes sense to cater to those fans who show up week after week.