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I went to the show at casino I was excited and enjoyed the show
Annette from Waynesboro,Pennsylvania
I was so excited to go to this thinking it was the same as the TV show which it most certainly is not. If you think about going to this do your research before you buy a ticket. For the VIP package I expected so much more than a bag and a hat. The picture at the wheel they take with your cell phone. They do nothing special. 2 people are called from the audience for the showcase, not anyone that got on stage. The showcase was one package that included a new Kia (that retails for about 20k with no options at all, a trip to Las Vegas, a trip to Venice and a scooter. Of course, both over bid, one at 30k one at 32k. It was actually about 24k. Keep in mind on other reviews I've seen this number is repetitive. It's certainly not worth what I paid. What a money maker for The Price is Right Live. Did it once but will never do this again. Get a free ticket for the Hollywood show and experience the REAL Price is Right.
Gem from Detroit, Michigan
PRICE IS RIGHT LIVE
The cost of the final showcase wasn’t believe able both were over. A trip to Venice, a moped, and a car and they had it priced so low that it was ridiculous.
Pat from Missouri City, TX from Missouri City, TX
THE PRICE IS RIGHT
It was not as I expected for the price. My mother has watched shoe for years and
when she able to travel, visited the show several times in Las Angeles ,but never
called "To Come On Down". She was greatly disappointed as she was not aware
the format would not be the same. I think it gave me more people an opportunity
to try their luck at winning and a chance of being called. The prizes were very
mediocre. The final showcase was a slap in the face of this great show 46 year
history. Many thought it was a rip off when the actual retail price was revealed of
$21,000 plus a little more leaving no winner. 2018 Honda Accord would run you
$21,000 by itself. The show also included a trip to New York and Paris Plus kitchen
products that were worth $2,500 alone. Never would go again unless going to the
real show, Just glad I didn't have to travel as far as some others did. Unsure who
benefited from all the ticket sales, but they made some money. The showcase
were really only the decent prizes
Saveeta Barnes from New York, New York
I took my mother to the show in Westbury NY. She was a big fan of the show. I got tickets 2 days before the show but the tickets I got and where we were seated was practically behind everything. We couldn't even see none of the games on stage. Why would they sell tickets when people can't even see anything?
Secondly-what you see on TV is NOT what it is live in NY. I was so disappointed and so was my mom. First of all the host was NOT Drew. The prize they gave was very cheap. Imagine the plinko game was $2500 and not $25K. If you spun the wheel and you land on $1 then you can only win $250 (how ridiculous! )
I felt like most of the games were fake, host was fake, producers fake (all for TV ratings). They tell people to act like a fool with excitement for what? NY'ers aren't excited about a $250 prize
Lastly, the showcase-fake and rigged. 2 trips (one to Paris and one to Vegas, a scooter and a Nissan sentra) a guy guessed $31450 the other guessed $29k. The host said it was $21K! LMFAO. unreal. Biggest scam in modern day. I will never watch the show again and I hope my mother doesn't either! Save your money. You will be disappointed!
Gary shamock from Meriden, Connecticut
TOTALLY UNORGANIZED TOTALLY UNPROFESSIONAL SCAM DON'T WASTE YOUR TIME BIG RIP OFF
Went to the Oakdale last night Sunday night what a joke totally unorganized no handicap parking for my 92-year-old mother she had to walk a half a mile pathetic for one thing the show is totally unorganized you don't even know where to go all you see is exit signs I mean do they want you to leave before you even get in. The beers are $20 each for one thing the pretzels are hard as a rock and that's all I saw search for food don't waste your time Drew Carey is not going to be there just trust me I don't want your God damn toaster in plain English I would have gave it away one guy won a car but I think it was fixed anyways he never went home with that car I saw him after the show totally fixed total ripoff you'll be totally disappointed had fun laughing at all these jerks though really do not waste your time or money unless you want to just laugh at things
Taylor from Long Island, New York
WHAT A WASTE
I was extremely disappointed in the price is right show at Westbury Music Fair in New York. The prices were ridiculously cheap and the showcase prize in my opinion was fraudulent. The showcase consisted of a car, a Honda elite scooter, a four night trip to Paris France and four night trip to Hollywood California and they stated that the retail cost of this showcase was only $21,500. Ridiculous. The two people are in the showcase wound up overbidding. I would like to find somewhere that I can buy a car, a Honda scooter, A four night trip to Paris France and a four night trip to Hollywood for $21,000. Do not buy tickets, do not go.
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