The Price is Right Live Has Added Another Show

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Update: PlayhouseSquare has announced that famous TV personality Jerry Springer will host both The Price is Right Live shows in Cleveland later this month.



While the 7:30 p.m. performance on Oct. 16 has long been sold out, there are still a few tickets to the 4:30 p.m. show, some as inexpensive as $30.
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Come on down, Price is Right Fans! You now have two shots to score tickets to the October stage show.



A second performance of The Price is Right Live has been scheduled for Wednesday, Oct. 16 at 4:30 p.m. at the Palace Theater in PlayhouseSquare- just three hours before the original 7:30 p.m. performance.

That's right, folks, there are now two shows on the same day. That means there's twice the opportunity to take home some truly fabulous prizes.

The decision to add in the second show came after tickets to the evening performance sold out in just three days.

While the staged shows are not filmed for live television, lucky participants over the years have walked away with more than $10 million in prizes.

Think Oct. 16 will be your lucky day? Read up on How to get on Contestant's Row and Win Big on The Price is Right.

Sadly, Drew Carey will not host either event.


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