It’s almost time for the return of The Showcase of The Immortals, aka WWE’s WrestleMania. For the last 38 years, WrestleMania has been home to some of the most skilled sports entertainers in history. If asked to compete in WrestleMania, you can assume you’re among the greatest alive.
With 2023 right around the corner, we can’t wait to see what madness WrestleMania 39 will bring. Here’s everything you need to know about WrestleMania 39 and how to get the best tickets available.
Dating back to 1985, WrestleMania is the original WWE PPV event and one of the most valuable sports brands in the world. WrestleMania, not to be confused with WWE’s Royal Rumble, Summer Slam or Survivor Series (also known as the “Big Four”), brings only the biggest WWE stars and celebrities onto the stage.
The iconic brawl is one of the company’s most significant annual events and is dubbed the “Super Bowl of sports entertainment,” which isn’t too far off from reality. Much like the Super Bowl, cities submit bids to host WrestleMania and are expected to present clear reasons why WWE should choose them to host the event.
To give you an idea of how big WrestleMania is, in 1993, WrestleMania brought a whopping 93,173 fans together, setting a world record for the largest indoor attendance at that time. With an audience, this big WrestleMania benefits fans and the entire state where it takes place.
WrestleMania occurs annually between March and April and is the longest-running professional wrestling event in history, making it quite the iconic act. Aside from providing viewers with pristine entertainment, WrestleMania has contributed to the rise of stardom for many professional wrestlers, including Hulk Hogan.
WrestleMania matches have predetermined outcomes like all wrestling events, but that’s not to say any live action is fake. Aside from the scripted storylines, wrestling is 100% real and often results in blood, broken bones and trips to the ER. Wrestlers are among the most talented performers who put their lives at risk to demonstrate an incredible show for their fans.
WrestleMania initially launched as a one-day event, but in 2020 WWE was forced to split the event into two nights due to COVID-19 restrictions. What seemed like a setback at first quickly turned into the new norm. Besides, one night is not enough for one of the world’s largest events.
Ready to get in on the action? Seat Geek has your ticketing needs covered. Simply head over to Seat Geek and select the WrestleMania 39 event. From here, you can pick a two-day or single-day pass for April 1st or April 2nd.
When you click on the date you plan to attend, you will find an interactive map on the right side of the screen and a list of tickets from lowest to highest pricing on the left. We recommend using the provided filters to sort for the ticket type you have in mind.
Once the ticket is selected, zoom in on the interactive map and ensure you’ve chosen a seat with a great view. If everything looks good, head to checkout, plug in your information and receive the tickets in your inbox!
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The price for WrestleMania tickets will depend on whether you plan on attending for one or two days and where you decide to sit. Let me break it down for you.
Currently, one-day tickets start at $90 for upper-level seats, with an average price of $250.00. If you’re looking to sit closer to the action (which we recommend), you can find mid-section tickets for as low as $245.00, with an average price of $500.00.
To get up close and personal with The Immortals, you should settle for nothing less than stage-side floor seats. You can find lower-level floor seats starting at $600.00 with an average price of $1200 but if you’re looking to get in the first few rows, be prepared to spend between $10,000.00 and $20,000.00 per ticket.
Tickets for two days of WrestleMania savagery will be slightly more expensive but worth every penny. Let’s face it, how often do you get to see celebrities like Bad Bunny jump into a wrestling ring? The answer is only once, and that’s at WrestleMania.
Upper-level tickets for a 2-day pass start at $247.00 with an average price of $330.00. Mid-section seats run as low as $400.00, with an average ticket price of $1,000.00.
For the experience of a lifetime, we recommend grabbing lower-level tickets. If this is your mission, you better jump on it because ringside tickets are flying off the shelves like hotcakes. The remaining lower-level tickets can be found as low as $1,800.00 with an average price of $3,000.00 and go as high as $7,140.00.
2024 might sound far away, but it’s never too early to get seats for The Grandest Stage of Them All. Currently, upper-level tickets start at $359.00, with an average price of $600.00. Mid-level sections are available for as low as $655.00, with an average cost of $1,500.00. Floor seats are not yet available on Seat Geek for the 2024 WrestleMania, but we will update you as soon as they’re live.
Finding out who’s competing in WrestleMania is arguably just as exciting as the event itself. There’s nothing quite like getting pumped up to see some of the greatest wrestlers in the world slam each other into the ground.
Although we don’t have a complete list just yet, and participants are subject to change at any moment due to the violent nature of their careers, here’s what we’ve heard through the grapevine.
Rumor has it that the main event at WrestleMania will be a faceoff between Roman Reigns and The Rock. Many fans are thrilled to hear this gossip, whereas others declare they want Cody Rhodes, not The Rock.
Another highly anticipated pair that is being discussed among the WWE community is Ronda Rousey and Becky Lynch. We aren’t sure which match they’ll be in, but we’ll likely see an epic brawl between the fierce women.
A few other names in the mix are WWE champion Brock Lesnar, national champion Bobby Lashley and Raw superstar, Bianca Belair.
Stay tuned for the complete list of WWE WrestleMania 39 performers!