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CBS Television City

Los Angeles, CA, USA
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About CBS Television City
Be a contestant on the longest running and most beloved game show of all time. The Price is Right is an unforgettable experience. The studio is unchanged from its original decor and is a must-see for anyone who has watched this classic television show. Tickets are free.
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Make the most your Los Angeles vacation by going on this action-packed, 3-hour Hollywood bike tour. Pedal past highlights including Paramount Studio, Melrose Avenue, the Hollywood Forever Cemetery, Grauman’s Chinese Theater, and of course, the iconic Walk of Fame. Along the way, your local guide will tell tales of Hollywood's Golden Era, and point out world-famous filming locations, celebrity haunts and more.
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Flyer94402 wrote a review Feb 2020
Thornton, Colorado4 contributions1 helpful vote
My wife and I attended the live taping and really enjoyed it! It's a long day because of the auditions, etc., but definitely worth it. Drew was very interactive with the crowd during commercial breaks. Definitely would do this again!
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Date of experience: March 2019
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dryan4244 wrote a review Feb 2020
Hoffman Estates, Illinois59 contributions4 helpful votes
So much fun!!! I read through many reviews and they all give great insight, so I won’t repeat (as well as rules stated pretty clear on the tickets). I will mention a couple things that we hadn’t come across and were unsure of until we got there. Yes, your phone gets checked, but you can keep your purse/small bag/sweater with you (they have you put it under your seat). As for Fitbit, I suggest, just don’t bring it with you. The people behind us at security were asked to go back to their car to put it away (although, later we did see someone get to check theirs with their phone 🤷🏻‍♀️). We came from Chicago and didn’t rent a car, so we left ours at the hotel, not to take any chances. The last section of waiting (after you check in your phone) they have snacks to purchase and time to eat and go to the bathroom. We had a couple snacks in our bag that they didn’t take away when our bags were checked, just no eating or drinking in the studio. Hope that helps 😊
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Lynda W wrote a review Feb 2020
Spokane11 contributions8 helpful votes
Was excited to attend the Price Is Right. Terrible experience. Time was advertised to be 12:15. Was suggested get there an hour early. Finally got into studio at 3:00 pm. Was a cold day and heaters weren’t turned on and you wait outside. When production begins you are encouraged to clap and make noise but this means you can’t hear what is being said. Plus you can’t see what is happening. Having some more monitors would help. Finally got out of there around 5:30. 7 hours of my life I would rather have been doing something else.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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lauriesue32 wrote a review Jan 2020
32 contributions27 helpful votes
With confirmed Priority Seating, we arrived an hour prior to our 8:30 scheduled time and we were about 15th in-line. WAY TOO LONG OF A WAIT for the actual experience. It was cold outside and even Colder once we got inside. They didn’t keep us informed at all!!! Very frustrating to wait for 4 hours to get seated and then the actual show took another 3 hours with all the delays. Not worth it. As a long time fan, I did enjoy the experience but I’ll never go back. They should be WAY more prepared and inform the audience of what is going to happen as they wait in line!!!!. It wasn’t until the last hour that they even put the show on the TV’s for us to watch while we waited. Sorry CBS, but not worth the wait‼️
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Date of experience: January 2020
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erinb3673 wrote a review Jan 2020
Munroe Falls, Ohio39 contributions50 helpful votes
We were in town for the Rose Bowl and tickets happened to be released the day after we decided we were going to LA. We got priority tickets with an "arrive by time" of 9am. We arrived about twenty minutes early, took about fifteen minutes to get through the first security line. After that we were let right in (while people with line vouchers waited) and filled out some forms. We stood in a line where we had our name tag created, had our forms checked and had our pictures taken. Next, we went to a new area where they sell your picture to you and you move down to be interviewed. This took approximately an hour and a half. After the group interview we were moved to another area where we "checked" our cellphones with security and watched an episode of the show. We could buy food and use the restroom in this area. After about an hour here we were seated for the show. The show itself is very cool, especially if you watch the show often. You get to see how they set up all the showcases and Drew and George interact with the crowd between breaks. The energy throughout the whole thing is awesome. The show wrapped up at about 2pm so it is a bit of a long day but very much worth it! Benches and shade were available at all points during the day. I highly recommend attending if you're in the area. I brought a cheap digital watch because I hate not knowing the time (and you can't being your phone in) and ended up throwing it out because it was too similar to a smart watch (those and Fitbits are not allowed). Backpacks are also not allowed.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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