After WrestleMania 36 was cancelled from taking place at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida, this year’s WrestleMania 37 is heading back there and we finally have details on tickets.
WrestleMania 36 took place without a live audience at the WWE Performance Center due to the onset of the global pandemic last March, and the Road to WrestleMania 37 is firmly underway.
While the pandemic is still rolling to a significant extent, restrictions have continued to loosen in Florida and other states, leading to a limited version of the event taking place at Raymond James Stadium next month.
WWE WrestleMania 37 will have a live audience, but when do tickets go on sale, how much will they be, and how can you buy them?
WWE revealed earlier today that tickets for WrestleMania 37 will go on sale next Tuesday, March 16, 2021, at 10am Eastern Time.
The event takes place on April 10th and April 11th, marking only the second year WWE has made it a two-day show.
In the advertisement during WWE Raw, WWE stated that “limited combo and single tickets” would be available, indicating fans may have the option to buy groups of tickets or single tickets if they’re planning to attend the event alone.
How to buy WrestleMania 37 tickets
The biggest question fans in the area that hope to attend likely have is how they’ll be able to buy. WWE is going to be using Ticketmaster as their ticketing partner for the event, which is a company they’ve worked with many times before.
If you’re wondering how much they’ll cost you, Jon Alba is reporting the tickets will range from $35 to $2,500. That’s not far off from the usual range we’d see for WrestleMania tickets, and past events have seen the most premium seats that are closest to the ring only sell in pairs.
WWE has also not revealed exactly how many tickets will be on sale, or safety protocols they plan to use at the event in order to protect attendees from the ongoing global pandemic.
Further details, including exactly how close ringside seats will be to the ring itself, are still unknown. More should become clear when tickets do go on sale next Tuesday, but fans hoping to attend now know exactly when to plan their purchase.