Posted by TNA Wrestling News Staff on Feb 4, 2013
Tickets For iMPACT! On The Road, Chris Sabin Turns 31

Tickets For iMPACT! On The Road, Chris Sabin Turns 31

— Chris Sabin turns 31 years old today.

— Tickets for the March 14th Impact Wrestling broadcast in Hoffman Estates, IL at the Sears Centre Arena will go on sale this Friday. This will be the first set of tapings outside of the Impact Zone as part of Dixie Carter’s recent announcement that the company will be taking Impact in the road. For the taping, they will shoot one episode live, and then tape the following week’s episode of iMPACT!.

Tickets are priced at $125, $75, $45, $25 and $15. It should be noted that the highest ticket price is higher than a ticket for WWE’s RAW tapings.


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14 Responses to “Tickets For iMPACT! On The Road, Chris Sabin Turns 31”

  1. HolsG says:

    Hope Sabin returns soon – last i remember he was like 28, be awesome if him and Jesse returned on the same episode/ppv

  2. dcxboxx says:

    125 for impact yikes.

  3. annil8or4321 says:

    do you get an autographed naked picture of hemme with that? i know she did playboy but shite thats alot of doe

  4. David says:

    @dcxboxx – the most expensive tickets for Chicago are $50 cheaper than the equivalent tickets for the UK tapings next year !

  5. dcxboxx says:

    ya but thats the uk those are limited date tours as they dont run those areas often. it just seems its asking a bit much for tna though. being to eps doesnt help either depends some weeks could be more wrestling focued, then you have those shows with only like 12-20 min of actual in ring wrestling. its hard for me to go to raw anymore even worse is smackdown tapeings though since its not life the pacing is different. they tape it like its live but gives them little more slack for certain aspects of the show. it seems longer waits for matches than raw. a tna ppv i wouldnt mind 125 for ringside. i might be doing lockdown they are priced like 140 or 150ish not so bad.

    • Peckar says:

      two episodes, thats sixty bucks each. For me thats the same as going to a game of footy here. Extremely reasonable. When WWE tours Australia every yr you are looking at 5hundy for ringside.

  6. Phenom_AJ_Jones says:

    If you go to http://www.searscentre.com when and look to where the $125 seats would be their not listed only price levels of $75, $45, $25, & $15. I believe the $125 were VIP tickets they sold on shoptna.com. Their were only 20 of those tickets available and they are sold out.

  7. tna24 says:

    this has to be 2 show price, because i doubt fans would play this for one show

  8. JoeWrestling says:

    Kind of silly to act as if $125 is high, since ironically those are the ones that will sell quickest. It's also silly to act like the RAW front row tickets are like $60. Try getting some for that price. WWE will have front row tickets on Ticketmaster for $300-$1000 under the platinum section. Even worse with scalpers.

    Here let me check ticketmaster:
    WWE house show Poplar Bluff: $106.05
    WWE extreme rules front row: $750.03 on ticketmaster
    WWE smackdown Jacksonville: $108.35
    WWE elimination chamber second row: $649.97 on ticketmaster

  9. Sturk says:

    $125?? Not bad at all. Those are the seats that will sell out the fastest. Nobody who is buying those tickests will actually make a big deal about it. People want the first row. Knowing TNA i'm sure the $125 ticket comes with someone else as well. But here's my problem… When did wrestling fans become such whiny b words??? I'm not used to this. The mid 90's WCW Vs WWE era plus ECW with the internet exploading & bringing fans behind the scenes created such cry babies. Then they say "we can't have an opinion?" Cry way to much for my blood.

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