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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.
 

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I hate all you people that get Impact Wrestling even close to your town.
 

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No offense meant towards OP,
but how is it news worthy that TNA offers a group discount on tickets for impact?


$15 a ticket? Fuck, that's less than most shitarse indies. Unbelievable.
Actually, it´s 10 dollars a ticket.
You know, 40 divided by 4.

Arithmetic, you should check it out sometime, it´s super fun.
 

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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?
 

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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?
The lowest ticket price is $15. Floor seats are always $75-$125. Arena seats were around $15-$75
 

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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.
 

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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.
 

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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.
 

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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.
 
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