The game show is exceedingly generous in their donations.
I shared the show’s donation information with a Miami, FL, client a few years ago. The nonprofit has received one or two fan packs for every auction since then.
The package changes a bit every year, but the show often sends a kit like the one I’ve shown you in photograph.
(What did it sell for? I don’t recall. I know it sold for over $100 at the auction … maybe over $200.)
Plus, you get four tickets to a show.
To request the Wheel of Fortune donation for your benefit auction, write to:
Wheel of Fortune
10202 W. Washington Blvd.
Culver City, CA 90232
And if you’re less interested in a donation and would just like to be in the studio audience, here’s some information. It’s not live auction quality for most groups, but it’s a nice silent auction item.
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UPDATE March 2017
Here’s a photo of a Wheel of Fortune display from a March 2017 auction.