Wrestling Travel’s WrestleMania 38 And 39 Packages Are Flying.
Well, we may have been unable to run our usual unforgettable WrestleMania trips for the last two years, but with restrictions being lifted and lockdowns easing, a return to the Showcase of the Immortals is in sight for Wrestling Travel and there’s not much time left to book yourself onto our huge Dallas trip for ‘Mania 38, next year.
That is because we now have less than 10 packages left for this particular trip.
Make no mistake about it, everyone on the WT team are working round the clock to make 2022’s return to normality a genuine Texas sized celebration.
This will be a WrestleMania week you will never, ever forget.
Of course, we can’t divulge too much information just yet, especially as we’re aiming on booking this trip with as many main event level surprises as possible to ensure that WrestleMania 38 is well worth the wait for every single member of the Wrestling Travel community who makes the trip to the Lone Star State with us.
And if you’re already booked on to our WrestleMania 38 trip and want to know what else there is to do in Dallas other than enjoy wall-to-wall graps for an entire week, we’ve got you covered with our handy Dallas Travel Guide.
So what are you waiting for? Get in touch right now, whether it’s through our social media DMs or via email at [email protected] or maybe over the phone on 0161 806 1444, the team will be more than happy to deal with any questions or requests and are there every step of the way to help secure your trip of a lifetime.
But while ‘Mania 38 packages are running desperately low, we still have a good few spaces left on our WrestleMania 39 trip to Hollywood.
You better be quicker than Brock Lesnar vs Kofi Kingston though, because those spaces will not be available much longer.
We have seen a huge surge of bookings since WrestleMania 37 week, this year and who can blame anyone for wanting to spend a week in Los Angeles, luxuriating at a four star hotel just a stone’s throw from the Staples Centre in downtown LA?
There’s a very good chance WrestleMania 39 will be the biggest ‘Mania of all time, emanating from the Sofi Stadium in Inglewood and because of that, we’ll be aiming to make it the biggest WT ‘Mania trip of all time.
Those of you who have already booked on for 2023 will have already received this, and a few of you may have seen it shared on our social channels this past week, but we’ve also got you covered for non-wrestling activities in the City of Angels with our incredibly useful list of Things To Do In Los Angeles During WrestleMania 39 Week.
And hey, with a return of fans to live events right around the corner, you’re going to need some new merch to turn up in, aren’t you?
Finally, we’ve also been pretty busy on the media side of the business too, with Wisconsin’s finest, Justin Clapper keeping things rolling with his Pandemic smash hit, the Lockdown Sessions, with the latest episode dropping today, as Manchester’s own self anointed ‘Cult Leader’ Isaiah Quinn zooms in with JC.
Oh, and how about a walk down memory lane? It’s the 20th anniversary of the death of ECW, after all. So how better to commemorate the legacy of the most influential wrestling promotion of the last 30 years than by reading how some of the Extreme Originals remember the place where they cut their teeth and made names for themselves? We even got a whole heap of words from Dark Side of The Ring creator and ECW superfan Evan Husney to boot. Read all about it right here.
That should be enough to keep you all busy for the next week, right?