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Let's Make a Deal: Another place to win a trip
In recent years, winning a Showcase Showdown on the Price is Right, and the once in awhile trip that appears on the Wheel of Fortune's roulette wheel have been the two main ways to snag a travel experience on someone else's dime. There is another option where trips are handed out almost like candy at a small town parade. The daily game show Let's Make a Deal has been resurrected on CBS.
The new Let's Make A Deal has not changed much since the show last aired in 1977. Filmed at the Tropicana Las Vegas, the new version began airing in October with host Wayne Brady fitting into Monty Hall's role as if it was made for him.
Brady moves through the audience of people dressed up in funky, oddball costumes picking out contestants based on who catches his eye. Whether its the box on the display floor, a box on a table or curtains 1, 2 or 3, the chances that a trip is one of the wins is quite high. Trips to Prague, Hawaii, and Japan have been some of the offerings I've seen each time I caught the show.
To be a contestant, head to the show's website. If you dress up in the most unusual clever way, your options of being picked are higher. One woman was dressed as a tree with a woodpecker attached. When you pulled on the string, the woodpecker pecked.
If you do go, put a wide assortment of things in a handbag to bring with you. You could win $100 if you have the item Brady calls for. Think of the obvious like a pen to the unusual like an egg timer.
To be in the audience, click here for the link to Let's Make a Deal, On Camera Audience, and then click on the date that you would like to attend.
Good luck. Hope you win that trip. I've had three friends who have been on game shows. It is possible. One of them won $10,000 on the Price is Right.