WWE Money In The Bank: Tickets, prices, dates and more for The O2 show

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WWE is bringing Money In The Bank 2023 to The O2 in London this summer and tickets go on sale in a matter of hours.

The huge summer show is the headliner of the wrestling giant’s upcoming doubleheader at the arena with SmackDown airing live in a primetime slot the previous night at the same arena.

Various pre-sales kicked off earlier in the week but the general sale is upon us for one of WWE’s biggest shows of the year.

Money In the Bank will take place overseas for the first time ever hot off the heels of a record breaking Clash At The Castle show in September 2022.

The two signature bouts – one for the women and one for the men – sees top stars battle to climb the ladder and unhook the coveted briefcase which contains a contract for a championship match at a time and place of their choosing anytime within the next year.

Here’s everything you need to know.

When do Money In The Bank tickets go on sale?

Tickets for Money In The Bank go on sale at 12pm GMT on Friday, February 24.

Based on the pre-sale, it’s expected there’ll be huge demand so be sure to get in the queue nice and early.

How much do tickets cost?

Seats have been ranging from £60 to £750 for the two night extravaganza, with Wednesday’s pre-sale being for combo tickets to SmackDown and Money In The Bank.

Where to buy Money In The Bank tickets

Tickets go on sale via via Ticketmaster at 12pm today. Fans will also be able to find tickets via AXS at the same time.

What date is Money In The Bank at The O2?

Money In The Bank will take place at The O2 on July 1, while SmackDown heads to London’s famous arena just one night earlier on June 30.

Will it be on TV?

Yes! The show will be broadcast live, with SmackDown airing in a rare primetime Friday night slot on BT Sport for fans in the UK.

Then, Money In The Bank itself will be available via BT Sport or the WWE Network.

In a statement last month, Dan Ventrelle, EVP, Talent at WWE, said: ‘The O2 is one of the world’s premier venues and the perfect home for Money In The Bank. We are excited to bring one of our “Big 5” events to the UK and look forward to welcoming the WWE Universe to London on July 1.’

In a statement last month, Dan Ventrelle, EVP, Talent at WWE, said: ‘The O2 is one of the world’s premier venues and the perfect home for Money In The Bank. We are excited to bring one of our “Big 5” events to the UK and look forward to welcoming the WWE Universe to London on July 1.’

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