It was reported by Dave Meltzer in the Wrestling Observer Newsletter that All In tickets sold are at 65,584. The event sold the bulk of those tickets on the first day.
The 60,000 tickets ($7.7 million gate) puts them first or second all-time for the largest “first day” ticket sales events in wrestling history, already surpassing the 55,000 first day ticket sales for WWE SummerSlam 1992. Meltzer reports that the largest first day number would have been the 2016 WrestleMania at AT&T Stadium in Dallas.
Meltzer also reported that All In has broken the paid attendance number (53,999) that WWE drew for Clash at the Castle.
“At this point, it will be the largest gate outside the United States and be the third largest verifiable paid crowd outside the U.S. It will not be close to the biggest gate due to higher prices for WrestleMania, nor even the largest gate of this year because of the two days of Mania.”
AEW All In ticket sales have slowed down since the first day but nothing has been announced for the show and with the expected ‘Collision’ announcement they can get some storylines going for the summer, they should get a boost when they announce some matches. They are currently set up for 74,000 fans but if they sell those tickets out then there is room to open up more seats.
AEW All In is set to take place at Wembley Stadium on Monday, August 28.