With just five days until Money in the Bank, tickets are shirking in quantity on the secondary market. The current average price for Money in the Bank tickets at Columbus’ Nationwide Arena is $102.80 with a get-in price of $75. The match card has shaped up with four titles on the line, and another match that includes two other champions. Below is the current card for Money in the Bank:
WWE World Heavyweight Championship - Ladder Match
Seth Rollins (c) vs Dean Ambrose
Money in the Bank Ladder Match
Roman Reigns vs Randy Orton vs Sheamus vs Neville vs Kofi Kingston vs Dolph Ziggler vs Kane
John Cena vs Kevin Owens
Ryback (c) vs Big Show
Tag Team Championship
New Day (c) vs Prime Time Players
Nikki Bella (c) vs Paige
R-Truth vs King Barrett
Along with a big WWE pay-per-view, the company will also be holding a NXT Live event in Columbus. The show will take place the night before Money in the Bank at Lifestyles Communities Pavilion. The current average price for NXT Live tickets is actually more expensive than Money in the Bank itself at $124.67, though there is even less quantity for the NXT event. The get-in price of $30 is also significantly lower than the main roster pay-per-view the following night.
WWE Money In The Bank Tickets Down 38% On Secondary Market From Last Year's Prices
(6/2/15) Only two weeks each have separated the last three WWE pay-per-views, but that hasn’t stopped the demand to see those events in person. Arguably the biggest of the three — and arguably one of the biggest of the year — will be the third on June 14, Money in the Bank. The now annual pay-per-view stems from a match that was held yearly at WrestleMania. The multi-contestant ladder match awarded the winner with a “Money in the Bank” contract which allows the holder to cash in for a world title match at any time. The success rate of the cash ins has been significant, virtually guaranteeing a championship.
This year’s event will be held at Nationwide Arena in Columbus, Ohio. The current average price for Money in the Bank tickets is $112.46 on the secondary market with a get-in price of $54. That is, however, down 38% from last year’s Money in the Bank event held at Boston’s TD Garden. The winner last year was Seth Rollins, who became the first to cash in during WrestleMania.
Rollins, who is still currently the WWE World Heavyweight champion, will defend his title in a ladder match of his own against Dean Ambrose. The third former member of the Shield, Roman Reigns, will be one of the participants in the titular match.