Next year, the WWE will be hosting its annual WrestleMania event live from Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia. Tickets went on sale this past Friday and surpassed the record set earlier this year at WrestleMania 39 at SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles, California.

The company today announced that WrestleMania 40 broke the company’s all-time gate record in one day. The previous total gross record – $21.6 million – was set earlier this year at WrestleMania 39 at SoFi Stadium in LA. Next year’s event sold more than 90,000 tickets; additionally, On Location has sold more fan experience packages for WrestleMania 40 than all of WrestleMania 39 and broke the all-time revenue record for a single WWE event in this area.

The record gate comes on the heels of unprecedented ticket sales demand for WWE in 2023, which to date has produced the highest-grossing gates of all time for premium live events such as SummerSlamRoyal Rumble, and Money In The BankSummerSlam, which emanated from Ford Field in Detroit earlier this month, generated a record gate of $8.5 million, the largest gate for any non-WrestleMania event ever.

WrestleMania will be live from Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia, PA

Tickets for the biggest event of the year are still available at You can also purchase limited exclusive ticket packages available for WrestleMania 40 via On Location. 

WrestleMania 40 Priority Passes offer the WWE Universe the chance to be ringside for every exhilarating moment, including premium seating, pre-show hospitality with WWE Superstar appearances, ringside photo opportunities, exclusive merchandise and more.

So, will you be attending WrestleMania 40? Let us know in the comments below.

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