But please note, when you take a look at both the “Difficulty” and “Time Required” section , please realize that those categories reflect the ease of requesting tickets and the length of time it takes to request tickets.
Obtaining tickets or a reservation to a taping can take much longer. In the case of some shows, it can take months – even years. After all, most shows have a ton of fans and the tickets are free.
- You can request tickets online via Springer's online submission form (scroll down to the bottom to find it).
- Be ready to fill out your name, address, email and phone, along with the date and time you’d like to attend the show. Then hit submit!
- The show tapes at Jerry Springer's studios, 307 Atlantic St., Stamford, Conn. Attendance is first come, first served.
- You can also request tickets and discover ticket news by friending the official Springer tickets Facebook page.
- You are required to stay for the entire taping, which most likely will last 2 to 3 hours.
- Audience members must be 18 years or older.
- Bring government photo ID to be admitted, and prepare to pass through security and a metal detector.
- Audiences are often overbooked. Admission is not guaranteed, even though you have a ticket. Tickets are non-transferable and may not be sold or auctioned.
- While you are advised not to bring cell phones, pagers, luggage, backpacks or large shopping bags, sharp metal objects, firearms, wallet chains, mace or any bottles of any kind with any fluid in them, you can bring a camera. Photography is allowed after the taping.
- There is a dress code! no T-shirts, jerseys, sweatshirts, sports attire, tank tops, all white outfits, costumes, hats, logos, brand names or decals. Your attire can block you from entering the studio. Dress your best.