Wheel of Fortune, one of America's favorite long-running game shows, is set to embark on its first live tour.
The show will tour 60 cities across North America beginning Sept. 8, according to a report.
The tour will offer fans around the continent a chance at spinning a replica Wheel of Fortune disk, the report noted.
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Ticket holders will be given the chance to solve puzzles on game boards for prizes ranging from $10,000 to trips to locations such as Paris or Hawaii.
But wait — there's more.
At random, audience members will reportedly be selected for cash and gift prizes.
Tickets for the tour start at $29.50, and a presale launched Tuesday.
The general sale will start Friday.
Wheel of Fortune's live tour is the product of a partnership between Right Angle Entertainment with Sony Pictures Television and UTA, according to the report.
"This partnership with Right Angle presents an opportunity to expand our reach to give more people a live experience as close to being on the televised show as you can get without actually being in the studio," Suzanne Prete, executive VP of game shows for Sony Pictures Television, said in a statement.
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“We look forward to providing this incredible local immersive experience to people who might not otherwise make it out to Los Angeles to be on the set with Pat [Sajak] and Vanna [White]."
Pat Sajak and Vanna White will not appear on the tour. Hosts for the traveling show have yet to be announced.