Just two weeks after Payback, WWE will hold its next pay-per-view event, Elimination Chamber. The event will be an intimate one, as the American Bank Center in Corpus Christi, Texas has a capacity of just 10,000. How ever small or last minute the event might be, Elimination Chamber is setting up to be a pretty loaded card with two matches scheduled inside the chamber itself. As matches start to become announced, the average price for WWE Elimination Chamber tickets has started to increase on the secondary market. The average is currently $172.78, up 49% from when the event was announced.
The two Elimination Chamber matches will be for the Intercontinental Championship and Tag Team Championship. The match for the currently vacated Intercontinental title will feature King Barrett, Sheamus, Ryback, R-Truth, Dolph Ziggler and Rusev.
For the first time ever, there will be a Tag Team Elimination Chamber. Six teams will participate, with two teams starting and the other four teams waiting in the Chamber pods. Both members of a tag team will be in one pod. Tornado rules will be applied during the match, but not single elimination. With one member of the team eliminated, the team is out.
The WWE World Heavyweight Championship will also be on the line, in a rematch of the Hell in a Cell main event between Seth Rollins and Dean Ambrose. More matches are likely to be announced, but below is the current card,
WWE World Heavyweight Championship
Seth Rollins (c) vs Dean Ambrose
Intercontinental Championship - Elimination Chamber
King Barrett vs Sheamus vs Ryback vs R-Truth vs Dolph Ziggler vs Rusev
United States Championship
John Cena (c) vs NXT Heavyweight Champion Kevin Owens
Tag Team Championship - Elimination Chamber
The New Day (c) vs Cesaro & Tyson Kidd vs Los Matadores vs Lucha Dragons vs Prime Time Players vs The Ascension
Just two weeks after Elimination Chamber WWE will hold one of its most exciting pay-per-view events, Money in the Bank, at Nationwide Arena in Columbus, Ohio. Money in the Bank tickets on June 14 currently have an average price of $118.11 with a get-in price of $54. Much of this comes on the road to SummerSlam, WWE’s second biggest event of the year in August. WWE SummerSlam tickets currently have an average price of $272.98 with a get-in price of $119.