Come on down: 'Price is Right Live' is coming to Minnesota

The touring version of the classic game show will be here in 2020.
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Dying for a chance to make it to the Showcase, but can't get to Los Angeles for a live taping?

Don't worry — the Price is Right is coming to you.

The Price is Right Live, the touring version of the classic TV game show, will be at Mystic Lake Casino in Prior Lake this coming spring.

There will be five shows in total, with the first on Thursday, March 6 and the last on the following Sunday.

Tickets are available now and start at $25.

If you're wondering what the live show is like, check out this YouTube video from a performance at another casino:

The only real noticeable difference is that Drew Carey isn't the host. 

There's no word on who will be at the helm for the Minnesota shows, with the official website saying only that a "Celebrity Host" will act as ringmaster.

(In the past, Price is Right Live has employed Alan Thicke, George Hamilton, Chuck Woolery and Jerry Springer in the role, according to the show's wiki.)

This handy FAQ tells you all you need to know about the game's rules and registration process.

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