With WWE's annual Thanksgiving event, Survivor Series taking place at the Scottrade Center in St. Louis, Missouri this Sunday, let's take a look at some trends surrounding Survivor Series tickets and the WWE in St. Louis.
At an average ticket price of $113.26, Survivor Series 2014 is the second cheapest Survivor Series of the past 4 years on the secondary market. Survivor Series 2011 (highlighted by The Rock & John Cena teaming up against Miz & R-Truth) was by far the most expensive of the bunch, averaging $250.14 on the secondary market – over double than Sunday's event. Last year at TD Garden was the cheapest at an average cost of $105.85.
The cheapest ticket available for Sunday is $33, which is the lowest number of the past 4 years. Once again, 2011 was the most expensive at $102.
Survivor Series 2014 is also the least expensive Pay-Per-View event filmed in St. Louis since at least 2011. It slightly trails Extreme Rules 2013 ($114.54 average ticket price) while 2012's Royal Rumble which the most expensive WWE event in St. Louis at an average cost of $193.73. Breakdowns for both the Survivor Series and WWE events in St. Louis are below.
Sunday's card is notable for excluding St. Louis native Randy Orton, whom is currently filming a movie for WWE Studios. Rumors are flying amongst the WWE Universe that he may return to in some way affect the outcome of the Team Cena vs Team Authority main event.