Everyone who grew up with basic television has at least one memory of staying home from school and flipping through the channels between soap operas and cartoons. One show seems to hold a certain grip on that childhood sick feel, aside from the Jerry Springer Show, along with those magical three words that makes everyone ecstatic, Come on Down!

That's right I am talking about the number one daytime series, and game show, The Price is Right hosted by Drew Carey. That classic game has contestants guess the prices of regular items that can be found in households across America while being showcased by beautiful models. Well you now have your chance of getting the opportunity to guess prices and earn some serious prizes. The Price is Right Live is coming to the Hub City in November and is a mobile take on the nostalgic game show we all know and love from our childhood.

This version of the game show is an interactive stage show but does allow those who play the chance to play many of the games that have been fan favorites over the years. Tickets for The Price is Right Live will go on sale Friday, June 2, at 10 a.m. and can be purchased in person at Buddy Holly Hall, online at buddyhollyhall.com, or by calling ETIX 1-800-514-3849. The Price is Right Live event will be at the Buddy Holly Center on November 10 starting at 7:30 p.m..

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