And they're gone.
Tickets for NXT's Oct. 2 event at Full Sail is already sold out. Tickets went on-sale at 10 a.m. ET on Monday and were gone within 25 minutes, though no official sell out time has been given. Full Sail holds roughly 400 fans. Tickets for the Oct. 9 NXT on USA show, which went on-sale at noon ET, have also quickly sold out.
The first two NXT on USA shows, Sept. 18 and 25, previously sold out. Most tickets for those two events were honored to fans who bought tickets to the previously scheduled tapings on Sept. 11 and 12.
The Oct. 2 episode of NXT will be the brands first head-to-head show against All Elite Wrestling, which premieres on TNT the same night. The first episode of AEW on TNT will emanate from Capital One Arena in Washington, DC. Like NXT on Oct. 2, AEW's event is sold out as well. Capital One Arena holds roughly 20,000 fans.
NXT will premiere on USA on Sept. 18 with a one-hour live show beginning at 8 p.m. ET. The second hour will continue on WWE Network. The Sept. 25 episode will follow the same format. NXT will officially go live for two hours every week on USA beginning Oct. 2.