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Wrestlemania 38 is going to be the two-most stupendous nights of the year in 2022. The event is scheduled from the AT&T Stadium in Dallas, Texas on April 3 and 4 continuing the tradition of hosting the biggest event of the year across two nights. The stadium has the capacity of filling up to 100,000 million people and the company has to put up a lot of effort to sell it out.

WWE’s marketing department isn’t wasting much time trying to fill the seats for their upcoming WrestleMania 38 event in Dallas. The company has now been offering a “special holiday offer” that gives the fans a free 4th ticket to the event only if they purchase 3 other tickets together.

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Wrestlemania 38: WWE Offering Free Tickets For The PPV Event 1

This offer will be active for fans to buy tickets until Christmas Day, December 25, at 11:59 pm CST. The promo code to be used to access the offer is: PEACOCK.

Just like Wrestlemania 38, WWE has been offering similar offers in the recent past for their shows, dubbing these as the “3 + me” ticket deals. Currently, such “3 + me” deals are also available for the WWE Day 1 pay-per-view in Atlanta, Georgia on January 1, 2022, at the State Farm Arena.

WWE Wrestlemania 38: Brock Lesnar & Roman Reigns Set For Another Mega Match?

Wrestlemania 38 main event is going to be a rematch

Wrestlemania 38 is going to be perhaps the biggest ‘Mania in history given WWE is trying to accommodate 200,000 people over two different nights. The reported plan for the potential main event match remains Brock Lesnar vs. Roman Reigns for the WWE Universal Championship. They are going to have a series of matches that culminates in, at the biggest stage of them all.

Wrestlemania 38: WWE Offering Free Tickets For The PPV Event 2

Reigns retained over Lesnar, with help from Paul Heyman and SmackDown Tag Team Champions The Usos, back at WWE Crown Jewel in late October. The two top superstars will collide again at WWE Day 1 on New Year’s Day.

Reports suggest an interesting finish is being planned for the upcoming match that will keep the fans engaged in their rivalry until the time of Wrestlemania 38. Given that Royal Rumble is also coming up in January, these two names will also have some sort of engagements in the first big-four PPV event of 2022.

Arindam Pal

A WWE writer passionate about the sports.