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Fans Show Up Early for “The Price is Right Live”
The Price is Right Live rolled into Fargo at Scheels Arena.
It had fans packing the lobby before the doors opened at 6:30.
Fans started lining up early this afternoon and getting excited for the show, all hoping to get a chance to win the showcase and cash prizes.
Fans traveled from near and far to get an opportunity to make their best guesses.
Kate Moore drove two hours with her group of friends and family.
“I’ve been watching that show since I was a little kid and my son who is now two since he was about eight months old, every morning Drew? Drew? Cause he loves him. We watch it every day,” Moore says.
Kate and her team called themselves “Ladies Night Out… and Jake,” no relation to our reporter.