WWE Payback Tickets Average Just Over $100 On Secondary Market

May 12, 2015

(UPDATE 5/12/15) The card has been set for WWE Payback. As it stands, three titles will be on the line Sunday night in Baltimore. The two titles not currently scheduled to be defended are the Intercontinental Championship, which Daniel Bryan relinquished this past Monday on RAW and the Diva’s Championship, which could see a match put on the card later this week on Smackdown.

As the quantity of Payback tickets has gone down on the secondary market, the average price has stayed just about the same. The average price to attend the pay-per-view is still just over $100, at $106.24. However, the get-in price has fallen over the last week with the cheapest ticket now available at $38.

Two matches were added to the card on RAW, which brings the total to six, including the pre-show. Below is the current card for WWE Payback.

WWE World Heavyweight Championship - Fatal Four Way match

Seth Rollins (c) vs Randy Orton vs Roman Reigns vs Dean Ambrose

United States Championship - I Quit match

John Cena (c) vs Rusev

Tag Team Championship - Two out of Three Falls match

The New Day (c) vs Cesaro & Tyson Kidd

Sheamus vs Dolph Ziggler

King Barrett vs Neville

Pre-show match

Axelmania & Macho Mandow vs The Ascension

WWE also announced the Intercontinental and Tag Team titles will be defended at another pay-per-view at the end of this month, Elimination Chamber. The event will be held on May 31 at American Bank Center in Corpus Christi, Texas. The current average price for Elimination Chamber tickets, which is just two weeks away, is $105.79 on the secondary market with a get-in price of $35.

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WWE Payback Tickets Just Over $100 Average On Secondary Market

(5/5/15) Less than two weeks remain until WWE’s May pay-per-view, Payback. With small amount of time, only two matches are confirmed for the card. One of which was just changed this past Monday on RAW. With a victory over WWE World Heavyweight champion Seth Rollins, Dean Ambrose fought his way into the main event for the title. Rollins will now have to defend his championship against Ambrose, Roman Reigns and Randy Orton in a Fatal 4-Way match.

Still with so much unsettled for the rest of the show, prices aren’t too high on the secondary market. Currently the average price for WWE Payback tickets is just $102.86 with a get-in price of $47. The event will take place at Royal Farms Arena in Baltimore. Maryland on May 17. Last month’s Extreme Rules pay-per-view in Chicago had an average price of $211.84. It is expected many of the matches to be announced for Payback will be similar to those on the card at Extreme Rules.

The only other official match on the card is an I Quit match for the United States championship. This will be the third match in a row between Rusev and U.S. champion John Cena. Cena won the title from Rusev at WrestleMania 31 and successfully defended it in a Russian Chain match at Extreme Rules. The only way for someone to win the match will be to make his opponent say the words "I quit".


The next WWE pay-per-view will be Money in the Bank June 14 at Nationwide Arena in Columbus, Ohio. Money in the Bank has become one of WWE’s most exciting pay-per-views of the year and Money in the Bank tickets currently have an average price of $122.90 with a get-in price of $38 on the secondary market.

Below is the current card for May’s Payback.

WWE World Heavyweight Championship - Fatal 4-Way

Seth Rollins (c) vs Roman Reigns vs Randy Orton vs Dean Ambrose


United States Championship - I Quit match
John Cena (c) vs Rusev