WWE is heading back to London in 2023 with the Money In The Bank show. Fans looking to get tickets ahead of time have a few options available already.
WWE has announced that it will be heading back to London for the Money In The Bank premium live event. It’s the first time the company has been to London for more than 20 years, and fans in that neck of the woods might be wondering how to secure tickets for the event. Money In The Bank is set to take place on July 1 at the O2, and it’ll be the first time these marquee ladder matches have taken place in the city. Audience members in the United Kingdom looking to get a jump on ticket sales have a few options.
Money In The Bank priority passes are already available via onlocationexp.com. The “Champion” ticket package starts at $4,220 a person and comes with premium floor-level seating, WWE superstar photo ops, exclusive pre-show hospitality, and more. That’s the most expensive package, and fans looking to secure early tickets to Money In The Bank also have a $1,800 tier and a $330 tier available. The $1,800 “Gold” package comes with floor-level seating, while the $330 tier guarantees arena bowl seating. Fans can also call 855-346-7388. The website and phone number allow WWE fans to purchase tickets ahead of the general public. WWE fans can also register for the Money In The Bank “general presale ticket opportunities” via WWE.com.
Money In The Bank Has Big Boots To Fill Following Clash At The Castle
The odds seem good that WWE might not be so quick to head back to the United Kingdom if Clash At The Castle hadn’t been such a smashing success. That premium live event performed incredibly well for the company, however, both commercially and in the ring. According to the Money In The Bank press release, “Clash At The Castle broke numerous records at the time including becoming the most-watched international premium live event in WWE history, with the largest European gate ever and the best-selling merchandise for a non-WrestleMania event.“
Clash At The Castle also featured a handful of match-of-the-year candidates, allowing it to shine a bit brighter than other overseas shows such as Crown Jewel. Drew McIntyre may have given Roman Reigns the best match of his historic championship run, while Sheamus Vs. Gunther was arguably the best match either man has been involved with. In that regard, Money In The Bank has massive wrestling boots to fill as the show heads to London in the summer of 2023.
WWE has wanted this premium live event to be on the same level as the “Big Four” for a while now. The press release itself brands MITB as one of the “Big Five,” alluding to the company continuing this push in 2023. The Las Vegas edition of the premium live event in 2022 didn’t push Money In The Bank into SummerSlam territory, but shifting the show to London will change the perception of the event entirely. As the company learned in Cardiff, fans who haven’t seen live WWE events in over a decade tend to be white-hot. Members of the WWE Universe hoping to be there live have the chance to secure their tickets now.
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