Come on down for ‘The Price is Right Live!’ at Heinz Hall |
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Come on down for ‘The Price is Right Live!’ at Heinz Hall

Shirley McMarlin
Host Mark Walberg celebrates with a contestant in this undated photo for the interactive stage show, “The Price is Right Live!” The show will visit Pittsburgh’s Heinz Hall on Sept. 25.

Game show fans will want to come on down to Pittsburgh’s Heinz Hall at 7:30 p.m. Sept. 25 for “The Price is Right Live!”

The hit interactive stage show gives eligible individuals the chance to win prizes that may include appliances, vacations and maybe even a new car.

The stage version offers classic games from television’s longest-running and most popular game show, from Plinko and Cliffhangers to the Big Wheel and the Showcase.

In nearly nine years, “The Price is Right Live!” has given away more than $10 million in cash and prizes and sold more than 1.2 million tickets.

To be eligible to compete, contestants must be 18 or older. To register for chance to be a contestant, visit the registration area that will be set up at or near the venue box office three hours prior to show time.

Complete rules and regulations, including eligibility requirements, will be available by calling or visiting the box office.

Tickets are $44.75-$74.75.

Details: 412-392-4900 or

Shirley McMarlin is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Shirley at 724-836-5750, [email protected] or via Twitter .

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