Posted by TNA Wrestling News Staff on Jan 13, 2013
Update On TNA Pay-Per-View Pricing Changes This Year

Update On TNA Pay-Per-View Pricing Changes This Year

TNA will be changing their pay-per-view pricing system this year along with their new pay-per-view structure. The TNA Genesis pay-per-view scheduled for tonight will cost $34.95. TNA Lockdown in March will also cost the same.

TNA Slammiversary will cost $39.95. The Bound for Glory pay-per-view will be increased to a cost of $44.95.

As previously stated, the pre-recorded One Night Only PPV’s will cost $15. They will air on the first Friday of every month starting in April. TNA taped the first two earlier this month.

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4 Responses to “Update On TNA Pay-Per-View Pricing Changes This Year”

  1. Treck says:

    I bet if they lowered it to 10 for the regular pay per views and 25 for bound for glory. More people would order their pay per views

  2. Stunner says:

    Heck TNA’s PPV prices are a deal compared to the WWE’s! Heck for $15 I can get a PPV wrestling match, you know Old Vinnie has got to be worried of ths catches on. I mean if these low priced PPV events catch on the WWE will almost be forced to make some price changes. Or as a friend of mine told me he stopped buying PPVs for the WWE years ago his complaint” Way to expensive each month” .

    • JoeWrestling says:

      Sorry, but WWE won't change pricing. The IYH was a financial flop, they actually do better charging more because WWE fans see $45 PPV then it must be a big deal. If they see $20 PPV, they don't watch cause it must be crap. That's their mentality.

  3. nobalkain says:

    I still had to pay 44.99 🙁

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