Frustration With AEW All In 2024 Ticket System
Fans have been having difficulties with the AEW All In 2024 ticket system
AEW’s All In 2024 on-sale began over the last few days, with pre-sale starting at the end of November and the public on-sale on December 1. Tony Khan has touted the success of the first wave of ticket sales, with over £3 million made.
Despite the success of this year’s show and the current positive outlook for next year, things aren’t all perfect. According to Dave Meltzer in the Wrestling Observer, there is some frustration amongst fans when it comes to AEW All In’s ticket system. Firstly, many tickets look to be far more expensive last year, with Meltzer claiming that, “One person told us that a seat he paid 82 pounds for last year is now 367 pounds and that every seat in the section is over 300 pounds.”
There is also a feeling that many fans will wait until prices inevitably drop before buying tickets, which could see a slower pace in seats being filled. Meltzer noted that there is “no rush” to buy tickets.
Other frustrations come from the FITE map of Wembley Stadium, as fans weren’t able to pick specific seats, and were instead assigned them in random places in the price range chosen. This was something that fans had trouble with last year too when trying to pick seats. It was noted that Ticketmaster’s system was easier to use.