WWE Offers US Military Service Members Free Tickets To Live Events

Haus of Wrestling received the following press release from WWE announcing they will give United States military members free tickets to their live events in November.

WWE offers U.S. military service members and veterans complimentary WWE Live Event tickets

WWE is proud to support our nation’s military service members and veterans and has always offered active-duty servicemembers the opportunity to see a show as our guest.

In celebration of Veterans Day, this November, WWE is extending the complimentary ticket offer to include all veterans with a valid veteran ID.

Find an upcoming WWE Live Event in your hometown at wwe.com.

**This offer can be redeemed at the venue box office on the day of the show only and is valid for one complimentary ticket while supplies last.**

WWE has a long history of supporting the United States armed service branches. In 2003, the sports entertainment juggernaut presented its first Tribute To The Troops event from Camp Victory in Baghdad, Iraq. John Cena defeated The Big Show in the main event, with “Stone Cold” Steve Austin making a post-match appearance, laying both out with Stone Cold Stunners. WWE has hosted Tribute To The Troops events every year since, but not all have taken place on military bases.