WRESTLEMANIA 34: Full details for WrestleMania 34 travel packages released

Posted on 10/21/117 by Colin Vassallo

Details of the travel packages for WrestleMania 34 have been
revealed by WWE.COM. There will be six packages in total:
Once-In-A-Lifetime, Mardi Gras, VIP, Platinum, Gold, and
Silver.

Each package apart from the Once-In-A-Lifetime package
will contain WrestleMania Axxess, Hall of Fame, NXT
Takeover, WrestleMania, Raw, and Smackdown tickets, and
three/four/five-night hotel accommodations depending if you
take Raw or Smackdown tickets.

Seating arrangements depend on which package you take with
the cheapest packages offering lower-priced tickets than the
others.

The VIP package also contains two VIP sessions at
WrestleMania Axxess as well as the WrestleMania collectible
chair.

The Mardi Gras package includes a tour of Mardi Gras World
with WWE Superstars including lunch and round-trip
transportation, exclusive reception with WWE Superstars
prior to NXT Takeover, one Premium VIP and one VIP session
tickets for Axxess, and the WrestleMania collectible chair.

Strangely enough, the more expensive Once-In-A-Lifetime
package does not contain all the tickets and only has a
hotel accommodation from Saturday to Monday. The package
includes an exclusive reception with WWE Superstars prior to
WrestleMania, a behind-the-scenes experience with WWE
Superstars prior to NXT Takeover, private charter flight
with WWE Legends from New York to New Orleans, round-trip
transportation from airport to hotel, ringside tickets for
NXT Takeover and WrestleMania as well as the WrestleMania
chair.

The Once-In-A-Lifetime package will cost $9,175 per person,
the Mardi Gras one costs $8,250 per person, the VIP package
costs $6,075 per person, the Platinum one costs $4,175 per
person, the Gold at $3,525 per person, and the Silver at
$3,250 per person. These prices are for a single person
only, and getting more people in the same room will decrease
the price significantly.

All packages go on sale on October 30 at Noon ET at
WrestleManiaTravel.com.



















































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