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Antiques Roadshow tickets available

By On Deck Staff

Antiques Roadshow visits New Jersey as public television’s most watched primetime series stops in Atlantic City on Saturday, June 6.
As fans know, Antiques Roadshow features a series of local events at which top antiques experts offer lucky ticket holders free appraisals of antiques and collectibles—revealing the often-surprising history and value of these items.
Admission to Antiques Roadshow events is free, but tickets are required and must be obtained in advance.
Sign up online: pbsmail.org/ct/M1dGAW41wSPk or submit your application via postcard. Mailing instructions are available by calling 888-762-3749.
Complete ticketing rules can be found online. Ticket recipients will be selected at random from all eligible entries.
Or contact NJN at 800-882-6622 or at answers@njn.org to find out how your contribution can lead to hidden treasure: two tickets to the Antiques Roadshow event in Atlantic City.
Ticket holders are invited to bring two items for a free evaluation by experts from the world’s leading auction houses—including Bonhams & Butterfields, Christie’s, Doyle New York, Freeman’s, Skinner, Sotheby’s, and Swann Galleries—and by leading independent appraisers and dealers.
In addition, The Roadshow Furniture Roundup is seeking large pieces of furniture within 50 miles of Atlantic City.
The deadline for both free ticket applications and furniture submission is April 20.
Submit your name for tickets, send in your furniture photos and start looking for your hidden treasures.
For more information, access the above Web site.
NJN brings you Antiques Roadshow every Tuesday and Saturday at 8 p.m., and Fridays at 10 p.m.

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