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Contest: Win a $200 Visa gift card for Impractical Jokers’ live season finale

Contest: Win a $200 Visa gift card for Impractical Jokers’ live season finale
Brian "Q" Quinn after his high-wire walk during the live Impractical Jokers 100th episode in 2015. (Photo by Edward M. Pio Roda/truTV)

To promote the live, Nov. 3 season finale of its unscripted series Impractical Jokers, truTV is offering one reality blurred reader more than $265 worth of prizes—including a $200 Visa gift card and swag from the show.

truTV describes the two-hour special episode this way:

“Hosted by extreme sports superstar Travis Pastrana and powered by the unmatched showmanship of Nitro Circus, the season finale will feature Joe, Murr, Q and Sal, collectively known as The Tenderloins, tackling their biggest challenges yet, including two high-stakes live punishments and a four-part obstacle course.

Set to air Thursday, Nov. 3, at 8 p.m. ET/PT., the Impractical Jokers Live: Nitro Circus Spectacular will be broadcast live from Prudential Center in Newark, NJ and will reveal which Joker can best overcome their nerves to claim victory for ultimate bragging rights – and their favorite charity. The Jokers have a great history with Prudential Center, having visited The Rock to film punishments with the New Jersey Devils and Top Rank Boxing.”

Thanks to truTV, which is sponsoring this contest, one winner will receive:

  1. A $200 Visa gift card
  2. All four seasons of Impractical Jokers on DVD
  3. An Impractical Jokers T-shirt

Enter the contest!

Here are the rules:

  • Enter using the form below.
  • U.S. mailing addresses only. Sorry, Canadians and readers outside of the States!
  • You can enter up to three times per day. (Just refresh this page after completing the form.)
  • Contest ends at 11:59 p.m. ET on Oct. 31. No purchase is necessary.
  • Entries with invalid e-mail or mailing addresses will be discarded.
  • One winner will be randomly selected from all eligible entries.

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