Last Saturday's WWE Survivor Series: WarGames Premium Live Event from inside the TD Garden in Boston, Massachusetts was announced having a sold out crowd, but it's been known that the WWE often announces more than the actual attendance, though with the number of fans inside the arena as well as the other people working the show, the actual number would be closer to the announced figure.
WrestleTix reports that 13,002 tickets were distributed for Saturday's WWE Survivor Series: WarGames, with WWE announcing a total of 15,609 fans in attendance. WrestleTix also announced that there were a total of 40 tickets as of 4:30PM ET last Saturday.
Immediately after this past Saturday night's WWE Survivor Series: WarGames, WWE Chief Content Officer and Head of Creative Triple H took part in a press conference and revealed how they kept opening more sections of the arena, but it would still sell out. Triple H also said that the Survivor Series Event drew the highest gate for WWE in Boston and the show was the highest-grossing Survivor Series of all-time as well as the most-viewed Survivor Series of all-time. The WWE Chief Content Officer then noted that last Saturday's Survivor Series: WarGames was an incredibly successful night.
You can check out the tweets below:
Available Tickets => 40
Current Setup/Capacity => 13,042
Tickets Distributed => 13,002
The opposite side upper deck (top right of map) also opened up partially and quickly sold (scalpers bought them and immediately relisted) helping them cross the 13K mark. Suites not included pic.twitter.com/x4UY3qiL85
— WrestleTix (@WrestleTix) November 26, 2022