Posted by TNA Wrestling News Staff on Dec 7, 2012
Update On The TNA Lockdown Pay-Per-View + Tickets

Update On The TNA Lockdown Pay-Per-View + Tickets

— Tickets for TNA’s Lockdown 2013 PPV on Sunday, March 10 at the Alamodome in San Antonio, TX go on sale today. The announced price range is $15-150 per seat.

— TNA is also making travel packages available for the event, which includes access to the Lockdown Fan InterAction event at the Crowne Plaza San Antonio Riverwalk, start at $1,009. The following events are included:

* Guaranteed floor seat for the Lockdown PPV
* Three-night hotel stay
* Friday night check-in with TNA stars
* VIP Weekend with admission to Fan Interaction
* Bonus Fan Interaction session with Hulk Hogan
* Sunday morning breakfast with TNA stars
* VIP Welcome Gift Bag


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3 Responses to “Update On The TNA Lockdown Pay-Per-View + Tickets”

  1. Mr. Excitement says:

    Sounds like a fun weekend but $1,009 may be a little steep for many.

    • Dante_Cross says:

      My thoughts exactly. I wasn't sure if ppl thought it was pricey or not but it depends on how much they would be paying anyways just for hotels and travel.

  2. JoeWrestling says:

    Travel package is expensive but you must consider that $1000 is the single person rate. It gets progressively cheaper, such as for 2 people it's $860 each (it's due to the hotel costs). Plus you must consider ticket is $170, VIP fanfest is $200, Hotel is $200 * 3 = $600 since they always pick a legit $200 a ***ht hotel. So that's $970 right there, so it's not a big mark up. But not as unrealistic when you consider most people who will buy it are out of towners who will spent almost that much or more in airline tickets, etc.

    The real markup is the fanfest. It's $99 now for the fanfest, which is reasonable. But then the VIP fanfest is $179 which is ridiculous because it really only included the Hogan portion of the fanfest and probably a buffet dinner thing in the evening, which hasn't been explained yet. With those details, it certainly doesn't justify $79 more (times the number of people in your party). It should be $30-$50 more at most with what they are promoting so far. Again, not a big deal if you are only buying 1 ticket, but if you are buying multiples, you need to justify the cost.

    At least they finally put out the seating chart for the event. This morning there was no seating chart, so there was no idea locations for sections the seats were for. At $170 a ticket, it's a big deal if you're buying a corner section or a regular railside section. It makes even more difference with the cage being there the whole PPV, where you are seated. Those cage support sections are pretty thick, can be hard to see inside the ring from the corners or at awkward angles. Also consider that with the cage, wrestlers don't come around the rail much, other than preshow match and when they are standing around for lethal lockdown.

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