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WWE Clash at the Castle: How to get tickets, pre-sale information and everything you need to know

By Narin Flanders

WWE has announced new information about its long awaited UK stadium event, Clash at the Castle, before tickets go on sale next week.

The event, to be held at the Principality Stadium on Saturday, September 3, is the UK's first WWE stadium event since Summerslam '92. It's already a hot ticket, with more than 59,000 people signing up for the pre-sale within the first fortnight of the date being announced.

As well as giving the first information about how and where to buy tickets, WWE has also confirmed that the event is just part of an extended set of 'events and activities' which will be held in Cardiff around the show.

Speaking of the announcement, WWE superstar Drew McIntyre said: “The city of Cardiff is ready for WWE Clash at the Castle on September 3, and I know that everyone in Wales, across the UK and around the entire world is ready to make history with us, too.

"Get your tickets and be part of the magic. I can’t wait to hear just how loud Principality Stadium can get.”

When do WWE Clash at the Castle tickets go on sale?

The WWE Clash at the Castle pre-sale tickets go on sale on Wednesday (May 18). Sign up here for pre-sale information. General tickets will go sale through Ticketmaster from Friday, May 20. Neither WWE nor Ticketmaster have confirmed the exact time yet.

How much will tickets for WWE Clash at the Castle cost?

Neither WWE nor Ticketmaster have released pricing information yet, but WWE has said it will be made public on the Ticketmaster site prior to the tickets going on sale. It's not yet clear when that will be.

Will there be ticket and hotel packages available?

According to Booking.com, 95% of hotels in Cardiff for September 3 are already booked up, with the cheapest hotel room in the centre of the city coming in at £305 for the night.

But help is at hand for fans who miss out on either a room or a ticket, with WWE preparing to unveil bundled exclusive hotel packages including tickets to the event and a hotel room in Cardiff shortly at www.wwe.com.

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