WWE Superstars can typically ask for comped tickets, free of charge, for their friends and family members. This year’s WrestleMania event won’t give the company that many extra seats to give out.
We previously reported that WWE is planning to put tickets for WrestleMania on sale by “roughly” next week. That should help plenty of fans cement their WrestleMania plans.
In another interesting note, Fightful Select reported that Superstars might not get tickets for themselves. Those comped tickets are going to be hard to come by this year.
WWE Superstars were told weeks ago that friends & family comped tickets would either be severely limited or eliminated altogether as a result of the protocols.
We’ll have to see how fast tickets fly out of the box office. If you planned to get your ticket from a Superstar that you personally know, then that might not happen.
The company will bring as many fans into Raymond James Stadium that they can for WrestleMania 37. If you remember, Ringside News was first to exclusively report that WWE was NOT going Hollywood and moving the show of shows back to Tampa. We reported that in July.