AEW All In 2023 Finishes With Second-Highest PPV Buyrate In Company History
AEW All In 2023 brings in 200,000 PPV Buys
The inaugural edition of AEW All In proved to be a very successful pay-per-view for All Elite Wrestling.
Not only did AEW have 72,000 fans in attendance for the Wembley Stadium show in August 2023 but the event ended up drawing the second-most pay-per-view buys in AEW history. Tony Khan revealed on the AEW Full Gear media call that All In 2023 finished with 200,000 pay-per-view buys.
This made All In AEW's biggest event since Double or Nothing 2022 and the second-biggest event in company history for pay-per-view buys below only All Out 2021 which registered 205,000 buys.
Tony Khan noted AEW has made money "hand-over-fist" from their pay-per-views in 2023 and the year will be AEW's best for revenue since the promotion was founded in January 2019.
Following the success of the event, All Elite Wrestling will hold All In 2024 on August 25, once again at Wembley Stadium. AEW is aiming to make the Wembley Stadium event an annual tradition. The show will be more expensive in 2024, though, due to Taylor Swift.
Tickets for AEW All In 2024 go on sale on December 1.