2015 WWE Extreme Rules Final Card; Tickets Down 7%

April 21, 2015

(UPDATE 4/21) WWE Extreme Rules is less than a week away and the event’s card was finalized on Monday Night RAW. Two matches were added to the card, a Tag Team championship match between Cesaro and Tyson Kidd and The New Day. This match is set to take place on the Extreme Rules pre-show. The other match added will be between Dean Ambrose and Luke Harper in a Chicago Street Fight.

Extreme Rules tickets currently have an average price of $201.73, which is down 7.6% from last week. However, there are a very limited number of tickets still available on the secondary market — less than 200 as of Tuesday morning.

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Below is an updated full card for Extreme Rules:

WWE World Heavyweight Championship - Steel Cage

Seth Rollins (c) vs Randy Orton

United States Championship - Russian Chain Match

John Cena (c) vs Rusev

Intercontinental Championship

Daniel Bryan (c) vs Bad News Barrett

Last Man Standing Match

Big Show vs Roman Reigns

Divas Championship

Nikki Bella (c) vs Naomi

Kiss Me Arse Match

Sheamus vs Dolph Ziggler

Chicago Street Fight

Dean Ambrose vs Luke Harper

Tag Team Championship

Tyson Kidd and Cesaro vs The New Day



2015 WWE Extreme Rules Tickets Up 25% Over 2014

(4/14/15) The fallout from WrestleMania continues outside of Chicago on April 26. WWE will head to Allstate Arena for its annual post-WrestleMania pay-per-view event, Extreme Rules. While the event is two weeks away, there are already four title matches on the card, with only a tag team championship match currently excluded.

On the secondary market, Extreme Rules tickets have an average price of $218.35 with a get-in price of $70. That is 25.5% above the average price for Extreme Rules tickets last year at Izod Center in New Jersey. The card for that event featured Daniel Bryan’s first WWE Championship title defense against Kane, along with a six-man tag team match between The Shield and Evolution.

Allstate Arena last hosted Payback in June of 2014. That event was main evented by a rematch of the Shield vs Evolution six-man tag match, but with elimination rules. Payback tickets had an average price of $187 with a get-in price of $48.