1. Create a 12 case prize game within the Take It ‘er Leave It software. For ideas
on prizes, click the “Ideas for Prizes” tab above.
2. Make 12 envelopes, each numbered on the outside 1-12 respectively.
3. Seal a prize within the envelope (prize written on a piece of paper and inserted
into the envelope). Prizes should be the same that you have programmed into the software.
Playing the game:
1. Before you start the game, randomly distribute each of the 12 envelopes to 12
contestants in the audience. Another twist is that you announce that the first 12
people to purchase a drink from the bar get an envelope from the bartender.
2. Select a contestant from the audience that does not have an envelope.
3. The contestant selects case numbers which remove a prize off the board. As each
case number is picked, the audience member holding the envelope with that corresponding
number has a chance to open the envelope to view the prize within.
4. The audience member wins that prize.
5. This process is repeated until the contestant uses up all 12 cases, or accepts
an offer early in the game. If the contestant accepts an offer early in the game,
the unused cases and the corresponding envelopes go unawarded.
1. Perform a 16, 20, 24, or 28 case game. Make sure you have the same amount of
envelopes prepared in advance that match the number of cases in the round.
2. Audience members with envelopes have the option to reject the offer in the envelope
before opening it in hopes that the contestant wins a prize of greater value. The
prize that the contestant wins is also what the audience member who rejected the
offer wins, regardless of whether the prize is of greater or lesser value than what
was written within the envelope.
3. Contestants can be sitting in their chairs with the envelopes, or standing in
formation at the front of the stage.
4. Have multiple envelopes made that are labeled on the outside “Banker - First
Call”, “Banker - Second Call”, and so forth. The offer made on the first call is
what the contestant wins that is holding the respective envelope.
Menu of great possibilities:
Variation #1 (with 4 sub variations) - “The Envelope Game” - CLICK HERE.
Variation #2 (with 2 sub variations) - “Name That Tune” - CLICK HERE.
Variation #3 (with 2 sub variations) - “The Audience Divided” - CLICK HERE.
Variation #4 (with 2 sub variations) - “YOU Pick The Case” - CLICK HERE.
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