Less Than 2,000 Tickets Sold For Upcoming AEW TV Taping In Chicago

AEW have a month to get Chicago numbers up

All Elite Wrestling is continuing to struggle when it comes to shifting tickets for television tapings. 

The WrestleTix account reported that the company have (as of October 21) only distributed 1,984 tickets for their Dynamite taping at Chicago's Wintrust Arena on November 22. 

The arena is currently setup to accommodate 5,224 fans, meaning there were 3,240 tickets still available. The last time Dynamite emanated from the Wintrust Arena was on June 21. That taping managed to attract 6,291 fans. This comes after the October 7 Collision taping drew the promotion's lowest television taping attendance for 2023. 

WWE will also run the Second City that week in November, with the Survivor Series premium live event taking place at the Allstate Arena on November 25. In contrast to the Dynamite taping three days beforehand, Survivor Series is already completely sold out (with 12,928 tickets distributed).

As well as Survivor Series, the November 24 edition of SmackDown will also take place at the Allstate Arena. According to WrestleTix, 12,558 tickets have been sold for the taping.

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