Wrestlemania 38 tickets: Where to buy online, best prices, travel packages


The year’s main event is fast approaching.

Wrestlemania, taking place at Dallas’ AT&T Stadium on April 2 and 3, is pitting WWE champion Brock Lesnar against Universal champion Roman Reigns in what WWE is already calling “The Biggest WrestleMania Match of All-Time.”

This year’s other major showdown is between Royal Rumble champion Ronda Rousey and Grand Slam champion Charlotte Flair who are duking it out for the Women’s Smackdown Championship.

Notable undercard matches include four-time Smackdown Women’s champion Becky Lynch versus 2021 Women’s Royal Rumble winner Bianca Belair as well as “Jackass’” own Johnny Knoxville versus three-time Intercontinental champion Sami Zayn.

Plus, many more.

Tickets for the major event are available on all verified platforms including StubHub, Vivid Seats, Ticketmaster, SeatGeek and MegaSeats.

After doing a bit of digging, we found the best price for tickets to attend both days was on StubHub for $147 before fees.

SeatGeek had the cheapest tickets available for just April 2 going for $30 before fees.

Hoping to attend on Sunday, April 3?

The lowest price we spotted was also on SeatGeek for $30 before fees.

All prices were found at the time of publication and are subject to fluctuation.

If you’re planning on traveling to see Lesnar and Reigns live at Wrestlemania 38, we recommend using sites like TripAdvisor, ParkSleepFly or Expedia to book your flight and hotel for best rates.

Not interested in staying at a hotel? Try places like Airbnb or VRBO to find a rental in Dallas.

Prices vary based on dates and travel origin point.

In addition to Wrestlemania, other major WWE events later this year include the following listed below.

*This list was created at the time of publication. Additional events may be added later in the year.


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Matt Levy covers the live entertainment industry, writing about upcoming concerts, festivals, shows and events. He can be reached at mlevy@njadvancemedia.com.


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