WWE WrestleMania 39 Passes Are Available To Buy: Check Out The Price List

WWE WrestleMania 39 Passes Are Available To Buy: Check Out The Price List

Even though WrestleMania 39 isn’t for another two months, we’ve already started counting down the days. Being the biggest and most elaborate wrestling event in the world, it is expected to be a stunning performance with a packed schedule. We are envious of everyone who has a ticket to WrestleMania 39 because you are sure to have a great experience.

But in the world of WWE, excellent never suffices. Consequently, there are numerous “priority passes” available. For people with money, priority passes come with a variety of benefits. They range from $365.00 per person for the Bronze One Night Package to $3,765.00 per person for the Champion One Night Package. In order to accommodate every need, there are also two-night and all-inclusive packages available.

Pro tip

If you have kids, select the more expensive ones so they can interact with celebrities like Seth Rollins and Cody Rhodes. Consider upgrading to the Priority Pass if you prefer a more deluxe WrestleMania 39 experience than the basic ticket-only option. They provide amazing perks that a person with just a ticket cannot take advantage of.

WWE’s WrestleMania 39 Priority Passes

There are numerous premium upgrades available with WWE’s WrestleMania 39 Priority Passes. The costs and what you may anticipate from each bundle are listed below.

  • Bronze Priority Passes for One Night and Two Nights include a ticket in the 200-500 level, reserved stadium access, a superstore checkout line, a WM39-only hat, a WWE credential, and a lanyard ($365.00 and $500.00 per person). 
  • The One Night and Two Night Silver Priority Passes ($990.00/pp and $1,750.00/pp) include a 100-200 Level ticket, a designated stadium entrance, a special superstore checkout line, a unique WM39 hat, and access to the WWE Priority Pass Lounge. 
  • The One Night and Two Night Gold Priority Passes ($1,915.00/pp and $3,200.00/pp) include a Floor Risers ticket, a designated stadium entrance, access to the WWE Priority Pass Lounge, the appearance of WWE Superstars, an all-inclusive pre-show hospitality. 
  • Floor-level seating, all-inclusive pre-show hospitality, entry to the WWE Priority Pass Lounge, a chance to be photographed in front of the ring, and a WM39 limited edition pullover are all included in the One Night and Two Night Champion Priority Passes ($3,765.00/pp and $6,500.00/pp). 
  • Three-night Bronze All-Inclusive Package at the Hotel Figueroa including tickets for the 200 to 400 level, a designated stadium entrance, roundtrip event transportation, and a special superstore checkout line ($1,725.00/pp).
  • WWE Priority Pass Lounge access, roundtrip event transportation, a commemorative ring mat plaque, and a silver all-inclusive package for three nights at the Hotel Figueroa costing $3,075.00 per person. 
  • Hotel Figueroa, a 200-level ticket, all-inclusive pre-show hospitality, round-trip event transportation, and WWE Superstar appearances are included in the Gold All-Inclusive Package (3 Nights) ($5,755.00/pp).
  • Champion All Inclusive Package (3 Nights): Hotel Figueroa, Floor Level Ticket, Roundtrip Event Transportation, Ringside Photo Opportunity, Broken Skull or Mattel Excursion ($9,545.00/pp).

Sheena Bhandari is a Pro Wrestling Editor and enthusiast, working here at Clout News.