Wrestling Forum banner

TNA reducing ticket prices for Baltimore Impact Wrestling tapings in November

3381 Views 34 Replies 25 Participants Last post by  VILLAIN
TNA has begun discounting tickets for their November 21, 2013 tapings at the Baltimore Arena in Baltimore, Maryland. You can now buy a set of 4 tickets for $40 dollars. That's $10 dollars off the original package price.
1 - 20 of 35 Posts

· Banned
Joined
·
7,366 Posts
Actually, it´s 10 dollars a ticket.
You know, 40 divided by 4.

Arithmetic, you should check it out sometime, it´s super fun.
Actually, math is something I'm good at. As is observation and reading comprehension. How 'bout you look at the poster again and practice yours?
 

· Banned
Joined
·
9,199 Posts
To be fair it probably makess sense to reduce those tickets because nobody really buys them anyway. If you make them 15 bucks each or a 40 dollar group package you could possibly sell to the people who think 40 bucks for a night out with the family is good.
 

· Registered
Joined
·
570 Posts
eh I dont think ill make the 4 hour drive to go to this I mean its in baltimore I dont feel like wearing a bullet proof vest to go watch wrestling.
 

· Banned
Joined
·
7,366 Posts
fpalm
So TNA & WWE should feel bad how the ticket prices at there show start at $25 or less?
Actually, I was saying that it was a good thing, and that maybe it puts into perspective the prices that indy groups charge. I mean, for comparison: there'll be a show within a few hours' drive that night, no doubt, that features a few ROH/CZW guys and a couple of ex-ECW vets and they'll want $10-$20 a ticket. Or, for $15, you can watch Sting, Kurt Angle, Bully Ray, Bobby Roode, etc. on a national TV show. That's unbelievably good value.
 

· Registered
Joined
·
1,507 Posts
for comparison: there'll be a show within a few hours' drive that night, no doubt, that features a few ROH/CZW guys and a couple of ex-ECW vets and they'll want $10-$20 a ticket. Or, for $15, you can watch Sting, Kurt Angle, Bully Ray, Bobby Roode, etc. on a national TV show. That's unbelievably good value.
The average price for a movie ticket is around $8 in the USA, that ticket price is independant of the movie, so a bad movie with B-actors usually costs the same as a movie with A-listers, so why should Pro-wrestling be any different? $10-$15 for a wrestling show (which usually lasts 2-2.5 hours) is a good deal if you compare it to a 90-minute movie.
 
1 - 20 of 35 Posts
This is an older thread, you may not receive a response, and could be reviving an old thread. Please consider creating a new thread.
Top