This weekend marks the 28th annual SummerSlam, the WWE pay-per-view wrestling event. With an average resale price of $310 a ticket, this year’s show tops any Wrestlemania, WWE Raw and other WWE event since 2010.

Those who waited until the last minute to purchase tickets may end up spending a bit extra, as secondary market prices have risen over the past few weeks. A month ago the median listing price for a ticket to the event on SeatGeek was $225, but since then it has almost doubled to $419, where it currently stands. The get-in price has shown a similar trend, going from $156 a month ago to $277 currently.

SummerSlam 2015 Tickets

The most expensive seats are those on the floor, which are reselling for an average of $1,073 a ticket. Fans can save a lot of money by moving up to the lower level, where tickets are going for just $437 on average. The cheapest seats are those upstairs, which have an average resale price of $185.

While the event will attract wrestling fans from around the world, the majority of those looking for tickets on our site live in New York (45 percent) and New Jersey (22 percent). Massachusetts (7 percent), Pennsylvania (4 percent) and Connecticut (3 percent) round out the top five. Interestingly, 2 percent of those looking for tickets on our site live in England.