With SummerSlam 2017 roughly six weeks away, tickets for one of the WWE’s hallmark events are shaping up to be the most affordable of any date in the event’s three-year run at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, NY.

The average resale price for a ticket to this year’s SummerSlam is $233. Here is how that compares to past SummerSlam events:

Historic SummerSlam Ticket Prices

Event Date Venue Location Avg. Resale Price
08/20/17 Barclays Center Brooklyn, NY $233.00
08/21/16 Barclays Center Brooklyn, NY $248.00
08/23/15 Barclays Center Brooklyn, NY $332.00
08/17/14 Staples Center Los Angeles, CA $187.00
08/18/13 Staples Center Los Angeles, CA $189.00
08/19/12 Staples Center Los Angeles, CA $166.00

As can be seen from the above data points, New York City appears to have been a strong market for WWE and SummerSlam. Demand has been higher for all three NY events compared to the LA run at Staples Center.

Nevertheless, SummerSlam 2017 is one of the most in-demand Wrestling events we have ever tracked on SeatGeek, going back to 2012. It’s also the second most in-demand of 2017, behind April’s WrestleMania 33. Here is the list of hottest WWE events on SeatGeek, ranked by average resale price:

Historic WWE Event Ticket Prices

Event Date Venue Location Avg. Ticket Price
SummerSlam 2015 8/23/15 Barclays Center Brooklyn, NY $332
WrestleMania 33 4/02/17 Camping World Stadium Orlando, FL $272
WrestleMania XXXII 4/03/16 AT&T Stadium Arlington, TX $271
WWE Royal Rumble 1/25/15 Wells Fargo Center Philadelphia, PA $248
SummerSlam 2016 8/21/16 Barclays Center Brooklyn, NY $248
SummerSlam 2017 8/20/17 Barclays Center Brooklyn, NY $233

The get-in price for SummerSlam 2017 is currently $147. Prices have held relatively steady over the past weeks. The card has not yet been made official, so that may have a final impact on pricing. If you’re interested in attending this year’s event, click here to browse tickets on SeatGeek.

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