Though this information is freely available via ticketing websites, Dave Meltzer provided an update on the situation in this week's edition of the Wrestling Observer Newsletter, adding that there are still a few thousand seats left on the primary market. Secondary market tickets currently start at around $39.
It isn't just WrestleMania itself that's struggling, though. All of WWE's other Tampa shows have lots of seats remaining. Demand is the lowest since the promotion started running multiple shows across 'Mania weekend in the same city, with Meltzer noting "this would indicate the number of people travelling to Tampa will be way down compared to past years."
Non-WWE shows are lagging as well, with most events beyond the big GCW productions falling short of expectations.
Is the WrestleMania weekend bubble finally bursting? Perhaps, though 'Mania itself will likely sell out before 5 April. Still, the decline is worrisome.
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