Just in time to gift someone in your life with an experience rather than another useless present they won't use, an iconic game show is making it's way to a theater just outside the Hudson Valley.

The Price Is Right

Price is Right Live at Westchester County Center in April

The game show that everyone equates with staying home sick from elementary school; positioned on the couch with your saltine crackers, ginger ale, and of course the remote controlling the volume of The Price is Right.

Now, that signature game show is making it's way to the Westchester County Center for one night only, on Thursday April 11th.

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Come On Down to Westchester County Center

Westchester County Center, located on Central Avenue in White Plains, will welcome the live version of Price is Right on April 11th. Contestants are able to win cash and prizes during this interactive stage production of the show.

Imagine being able to spin the big wheel, play plinko, and of course, test your knowledge of guessing the cost of various items.

Once tickets are purchased, you'll receive an email where you'll be able to register to become a contestant on contestant row. There will also be an opportunity to register on-site to become a contestant.

Even if not selected to be on contestant row, all guests will receive an official signature yellow Price Is Right yellow name tag.

Selection for contestants take place at random, and names are called out throughout the duration of the live show. All eligible contestants must be present at the time their name is called in order to participate.

The April 11 show at the Westchester County Center has a 7pm showtime, with doors scheduled to open at 5pm, and just note, though there is a celebrity host, the chances of the big wheel being in between you and Drew Carey are slim-to-none.


As a side note, I went to The Price Is Right Live once in Las Vegas (photo evidence above), and it was hosted by David Ruprecht, yes the former host of Supermarket Sweep. One of the co-hosts (the 'come on down' guy) actually used to work at our radio stations in Poughkeepsie way back when; small world, right?

So, are you practicing for your time at the big wheel yet?

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