World Wrestling Entertainment announced on Monday that tickets to WrestleMania 32 will go on sale Friday November 6 at 10am ET/9am CT. WrestleMania itself is taking place in AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas on Sunday April 3, 2016. It will be broadcast around the world via PPV and the WWE Network.
Ticket prices range from $18-$1,180 (taxes included). There will also be a limited number of “Gold Circle” VIP Packages available for $2,360 (taxes included). The Gold Circle packages include seating in the first eight rows ringside, a Gold Circle VIP Stadium Entrance, and a commemorative WrestleMania 32 take-home folding chair.
Here’s more info from WWE’s press release about the tickets going on sale.
WrestleMania has generated more than half a billion dollars in cumulative economic impact for the cities that have hosted the event. WrestleMania is more than just a one-day event; it is a week-long celebration as WWE will take over the Dallas region during WrestleMania Week. In addition to WrestleMania 32, other activities will include: WrestleMania Axxess – WWE’s four-day, interactive fan festival at the Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center; WWE NXT at the Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center Arena; the 2016 WWE Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony at American Airlines Center; Monday Night Raw at American Airlines Center; and more than a dozen activities designed to give back to the host community, including Be a STAR anti-bullying rallies, hospital visits and Make-A-Wish events.
Future information about WrestleMania 32 will be announced at www.wrestlemania.com
Ski’s Take – There are six travel packages in total, starting with the basic Bronze package costing $575-$1125 all the way to the top tier package, the Texas Star, which is between $5875-$6625. The “bang for your buck” that you will get isn’t that bad, even the bronze package has three nights accommodation, transportation between the hotel and the AT&T Stadium, and tickets to NXT, Axxess, and the main show WrestleMania.
Living across the pond, I envy each and every single person that has attended, and hope that one day I’ll be able to go to the showcase of the immortals. Until then, I’ll settle for the annual fancy dress WrestleMania party that myself and all my friends and family attend, which most years is more exciting than the card itself!