Tony Khan: AEW All Out did around 100,000 pay-per-view buys, All In was closer to 200,000

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AEW All Out did around 100,000 pay-per-view buys, according to Tony Khan, who said that All In the previous week reached around 200,000.

At the press availability after the show, he added that the gate for All Out at the United Center in Chicago was around $800,000, which he described as “really strong.”

He added that the numbers had set an excellent precedent for the company.

He mentioned some of the figures at the beginning of the press conference, and went into further detail when asked for “business notes” towards the end. On the buys for All Out, he said:

I know it was over 100,000, they told me, which was kind of my goal, because I was like, “If we can do closer to 200,000 last week and come back and hit 100,000 and do probably close to 300,000 pay-per-view buys in one week, that’s by far the most in the history of the company in one week.

On the gate and ticket sales, he added:

I think we’ve sold probably around 100,000 tickets this week, which is pretty amazing, across the shows [both All In and All Out]. That’s, by far, a record for us. And it was about 10,000 tickets tonight.

The gate, I think, was probably $800,000 — really, really strong gate; really big. Maybe a little more. To have a week where probably about $11 million, over $11 million in ticket sales, I guess, and over 100,000 fans is pretty cool.

It’s also something I believe is sustainable. And if you can do something like that every year across this week, wow, we’ve built something really special.

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