Wrestlemania weekend has always been the most anticipated event in the sports entertainment calendar. The annual “Road to Wrestlemania” is officially underway following an exhilarating Royal Rumble, and the usual trait of pointing at signs for longer than necessary. We know that the New Orleans Superdome will play host to some interesting match-ups on April 8th. We finally get Styles Vs Nakamura in a WWE ring. We may also see the in-ring debut of Rhonda Rousey. Naturally, this great excitement sends fans scrambling for WWE Wrestlemania 34 tickets and package deals. So, what can they expect this year?
The Superdome offers plenty of seats to witness wrestling history.
The Superdome has played an important part in the history of WWE, and Wrestlemania, in the past. Wrestlemania 34 is sure to be no different. Champions will retain and fall, with the potential of a new women’s champ in Asuka. Rising stars will get their chance at glory. All those struggling to find a spot on the card have the chance to battle it out in the Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royale. It was here at the New Orleans Mercedes-Benz Superdome that Daniel Bryan won the World Heavyweight Championship and The Undertaker’s streak was shattered. Rumors still rage about The Undertaker’s role in this 34th Wrestlemania.
This excitement means that fans are happy to take any seat in the house. A single, standard ticket for the event will vary in price depending on the location of the block and row. The better the view, and the closer to the ring, the higher the price. Some of the nosebleed seats are pretty cheap at the moment from official sources. Prices can range from as low as $35 to $200. Just be careful when you pick a spot. Remember the over-large ramp from Orlando last year and the complaints about the blue lights in the highest rows.
As this is the WWE, there are always VIP options for those with a little more money to burn.
The WWE VIP experience is one that many fans hope to enjoy at least once. The prices can jump up considerably, but the incentives are there. This year, the company are offering WWE Wrestlemania 34 tickets in “Gold Circle” VIP Packages for a hefty $2,000. This Gold Circle refers to the first nine rows at ringside. There is also the benefit of use of a Gold Circle VIP Stadium Entrance – to cut waiting times – and the iconic WrestleMania folding chair.
Then there are the WWE Wrestlemania 34 ticket travel packages.
These standard seats and VIP Gold Circle experiences are great for those that live locally. However, there are countless international fans that go all out with a once-in-a-lifetime trip. This is where the WWE travel packages actually offer a lot of value and convenience. Here fans can pay for an all-inclusive experience – tickets and accommodation – for either a 3, 4 or 5 night stay. The length of the trip determines the goodies in the package. Here are three examples of what to expect.
1) 2 people for 3 nights: $1,500 per person.
This includes accommodation in a New Orleans hotel for three nights and tickets for Wrestlemania 34 on April 8th, NXT:Takeover on April 7th, the Hall of Fame Ceremony on April 6th, and two sessions at Axxcess in the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center.
2) 2 people for 4 nights: $1,845 per person.
This includes all of the above, plus a ticket to Monday Night Raw in the Smoothie King Convention Center.
3) 4 people for 5 nights: $1,600 per person.
As you can see, the costs of the packages decrease the more people there are in the group. The most expensive personal cost here is 1 person for 5 nights at $3,2500. This 5 night package means tickets to all the major events – Wrestlemania 34, NXT:Takeover, Hall of Fame, Axxcess, Raw and Smackdown.
This full package is important for many fans because the true Wrestlemania experience lasts for the full 5 days. It all begins with that Hall of Fame ceremony, where the class of 2018 start proceedings. Then there are the major events of Takeover and Mania, followed by the fallout on Raw and Smackdown.
Choose your perfect WWE Wrestlemania 34 tickets package before it is too late.
Fans will be glued to the WWE network across those 5 days so they don’t miss a thing. International fans will stay up until the early hours night after night. But, this isn’t quite the same as being there in person. Get a good deal before they all sell out.