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I was at WM31 last year. "Floor seats" (NOT ringside) start at $2500USD before taxes and fees. "Ringside seats" (row 3-15) are reserved for VIP travel package holders. The first 3 rows, you'd have to know someone high up in the Dallas Cowboys organization, or someone with McMahon as their surname.
If you want to try your luck, buy your plane ticket now, and wait upto 5 days before WM to buy your tickets from Ticketmaster. Once WWE finalizes the floor plan, they release more "floor seats" (usually with "blocked views") for a discounted price. By that I mean, they would normally cost $3000, you can buy it for $2000.
Last year, those seats were behind the corner-rigging posts, BUT you had the freedom to walk around the floor area - and the people sitting all the way in the back of the floor got to meet with the wrestlers as they walked from the ring to backstage (e.g. where they parked Rusev's tank). You also got to meet VIPs who would be watching the show from that staging area (a lot of NXT guys were over there last year - people were chanting their names whenever they showed up).
I had nosebleeds which cost me $200USD.
You can check for tickets on ticketmaster.com right now to give you an idea of cost.
To put things in perspective, for WM19 in Seattle, I was on the floor (1 section behind the "ringside seats"), which allowed me to run straight up to the front barricades (I have ridiculously close-up shots) cost me an astounding $85USD.
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I've been told on reddit as well that waiting closer to the event might land me cheaper tickets. I've seen on websites some pictures of 200, 300 level seatings (mid levels) and I am satisfied with those (after realizing how expensive the close seats were ). I assume those seats most likely will not be released later on?