Celebration of Heroes-Veterans Day Special: Sept. 15th 8:30am
Atten-hut! Calling all veterans!
The Price is Right is taping a special Veterans Day show just for you on Tuesday, September 15th at 8:30am. If you have ever served in the military, either recently or in years past and are now retired from active duty, then “Come on Down” for this special salute to our armed forces! You could win cash, prizes, cars and a lot more!
So get your tickets and march on down to CBS in Hollywood now!
MINIMUM AGE TO ATTEND IS 18
If a date says ‘Priority Tickets’ and you receive priority tickets, your admission is guaranteed. If a date says ‘General Ticket’ and you receive a line voucher then admission is first-come, first-served. Having said that, as long as you arrive 30 minutes early you should be admitted.
PLEASE DO NOT BOOK BOTH TAPINGS ON THE SAME DAY.
If you have a group of 15-20 people, you can reserve guaranteed seats. Groups are booked in advance to ensure a full audience at tapings. Please call the Group Booking Department at 818-880-8200, Monday – Friday, 9am-5pm PST, for further information.
GUESTS WITH DISABILITIES
The Show is committed to making tapings accessible to persons with disabilities. If you or anyone in your party requires an accommodation to attend the Show because of a disability, please let Price is Right know as soon as possible before the taping date.
The Show provides accessible seating (including companion seating) at all tapings to guests with disabilities. The availability of accessible seating cannot be assured if the number of guests requiring the accessible seating at any given taping exceeds the allotted number of accessible seating locations. Accordingly, accessible seating may be reserved prior to the taping date by calling 1-818-295-2700 at least 24 hours before the taping date. If you do not reserve accessible seating in advance, accessible seating will be available on a first-come, first-served basis only. Guests with disabilities with confirmed reservations for accessible seating must arrive no later than the designated arrival time on their ticket and check in with an audience coordinator for the Show. If guests with confirmed reservations for accessible seating do not arrive by the designated arrival time, their reservation for accessible seating may be released to others on a first-come, first-served basis; first to guests with disabilities, and then to guests who do not require accessible seating (once all standard seats have been filled).
The Show also provides assistive listening devices at all tapings. Sign language interpreters, qualified readers, and other appropriate auxiliary aids and services may also be provided if a request is made at least 72 hours before the taping date; the Show will make best efforts to accommodate later requests but cannot guarantee availability. In determining which type of auxiliary aid or service to provide, the Show will consult with you to determine what type of aid is needed to ensure effective communication; however, the determination of which aid or service is necessary to provide effective communication is ultimately made by the Show.
Guests with service animals should call 1-818-295-2700 before the taping date to arrange for sufficient space for the service animal.
Guests are permitted to park in the CBS Television City lot if they require accessible parking due to a disability and have a valid government issued handicap placard displayed. Accessible parking on the lot (including designated large van parking) is on a first-come, first-served basis. If all accessible parking is filled and a guest with a disability cannot make use of another parking spot, alternative arrangements (including drop-offs) can be made to assist that guest.
If you have any questions or require assistance at the taping, please reach out to the audience coordinator or to CBS Pages (who can be identified by their red jackets with a CBS logo).
You can be a part of our mission to help Veterans by making a tax-deductible donation!
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