Price is Right Live comes to Abbotsford

The popular game show comes to the stage on April 6

The Price is Right Live comes to Abbotsford Centre on April 6.

The Price is Right Live has been announced for Abbotsford Centre on Wednesday, April 6.

The interactive stage show begins at 7:30 p.m. and gives individuals the chance to “Come on down!” to win.

Prizes may include appliances, vacations and possibly a new car. The event includes classic games – such as Plinko, Cliffhangers and the Big Wheel – from TV’s longest running and most popular game show.

Playing to near sold-out audiences for nearly nine years, The Price Is Right Live has given away more than $10 million in cash and prizes and sold more than 1.2 million tickets.

Tickets ran from $25 to $49.50 (plus service charges) and are available online at or at the Abbotsford Centre box office.

Visit or for more information.

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