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WrestleMania 34 tickets go on sale months ahead of the date for WWE's biggest show of 2018. Pictured: John Cena attends the WrestleMania 30 press conference at the Hard Rock Cafe New York on April 1, 2014 in New York City. Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images

WrestleMania 34 is set for April 8, 2018 at the Mercedez-Benz Superdome in New Orleans, but fans can already start buying tickets for WWE’s biggest event of next year. A limited number of seats became available Wednesday with a WrestleMania 34 pre-sale, and the rest of the tickets will go on sale Friday morning.

Starting at 11 a.m. EST Wednesday, fans could use the code “WWEFAN” to purchase certain tickets online through Ticketmaster. All of the tickets go on sale to the general public Friday at 11 a.m. EST.

Ticket prices range between $35 and $1,000. A limited number of “Gold Circle” VIP packages can be had for $2,000. Those tickets include seats within the first nine rows of the ring. Fans can buy tickets at or by calling 1-800-745-3000.

WrestleMania 34 travel packages, which cost between $1,150 and $8,525, went on sale on Oct. 30.

WWE and Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer announced that WrestleMania 33 generated $181.5 million in economic impact for the Orlando region this past April, according to a study conducted by the Enigma Research Corporation. WrestleMania 33 was held at Orlando’s Camping World Stadium on April 2, and the venue set a record with 75,245 fans in attendance.

“This historic result would not have been possible without the support of Mayor Dyer, the Central Florida Sports Commission and all of our public and private sector partners in Orlando that worked so hard to again welcome WWE’s global fan base,” said John P. Saboor, WWE Executive Vice President of Special Events. “We continue to be grateful to our fans who helped us deliver unprecedented economic results for our WrestleMania host city. We now look ahead to our return to New Orleans in 2018 for WrestleMania 34.”

That figure set a new record for WrestleMania’s economic impact. It’s the sixth straight year that WrestleMania has generated nine figures in economic impact for the host region.

New Orleans was included in that six-year span. The city hosted WrestleMania 30 in 2014.

Just a few weeks ago, Forbes ranked WrestleMania No.6 on their 2017 list of the world’s most valuable sports brands.