How To Be A Contestant On ‘The Price Is Right Live’ When It Comes to Rochester, MN
"Come on down!" is one of the most popular phrases in television history. Those three words are heard in every episode of The Price is Right as audience members are invited to the stage to become contestants.
The Price is Right Live is coming to Rochester, Minnesota, and if you're lucky you'll be told to "come on down" to compete for various prizes including cash, vacations, and appliances. Find out more about the stage show and how to register to be a contestant below.
The Price is Right Live will be at the Mayo Civic Center in Rochester on Tuesday, October 24th at 7:30 PM.
This interactive stage show gives lucky contestants the chance to see some of the classic games they've seen on the TV game show including Plinko, Cliffhangers, The Big Wheel, and the fantastic Showcase!
A BRAND NEW CAR!!! If you're called up to the stage you will have the chance to play for amazing prizes like appliances, vacations, and even a brand-new car.
How To Register To Be A Contestant!
All contestants are selected randomly from a list of pre-registered attendees. If you are going and you want to compete in the games you must register in advance. Find out how to do that below.
According to The Price is Right Live's website, "Registration begins at the venue 3- hours prior to show time. Guests must check in at the venue registration area to confirm registration is complete. Registration will close precisely at showtime."
Everyone that attends the show is welcome to register to participate, but you might be asked to provide a valid photo ID so don't forget to bring your driver's license.
After you register, you just have to cross your fingers and hope your name is selected.
"A random drawing to determine show contestants takes place just before the start of the show. The randomly selected names are called out throughout the show. Eligible contestants must be present at the time their name is called or another randomly selected name will be called."
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