Heads up Minnesota, America's Game is coming here in December, and your chance to spin the wheel might not be the good in a while. Wheel of Fortune Live is coming to Mystic Lake's Showroom on December 9th and 10th. On both nights the shows are expected to start at 8pm.

The announcement from Mystic Lake states that this is the best chance for someone outside of actually being on the set of the TV show to "experience America’s Game® in person outside of Sony Pictures Studios."

The release goes on to state that people "will have the chance to spin a replica of the iconic wheel and solve the puzzles on the tour’s puzzle-board to win fantastic prizes including $10,000, a trip to Paris, Hawaii, and more at every show! Additionally, audience members will get in on the fun with the chance to be randomly selected to win cash and prizes."

As for who will be hosting the on-the-road "touring" show? That has yet to be determined. According to Mystic Lake's announcement "Hosts for the tour will be announced in the coming weeks." For more information, visit WheelOfFortuneLive.com.

Tickets to the show are $31 and went on sale this morning at 10am through the Mystic Lake Showroom Box Office and online. You can find more details about the show at Mystic or get your tickets here. 

A heads up if you do purchase tickets to the live show, and are attempting to play, Mystic recommends that you "arrive 45 minutes before showtime to allow ample time for security screening and seating."

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