Probably around $110 to $150. It changes all the time depending on who wants to buy it.
You could buy a Shirt, program, hat, poster, photograph (autographed maybe) and a few other things. It sometimes depends on what type of concert.
The noun program example sentence:I saved the program from the ballet as a souvenir.
t-shirt hat program poster
CD, Autograph, Poster, Program, and Hat..
T-Shirt Poster CD Program Hat
like 50 bucks
You can find examples of this online. Let the person know about all the benefits of assisting with your program.
T shirt Poster Cd Program Hat
t-shirt poster cd program hat
hank willmas program
Some souvenirs you can get at a rock concert are: t-shirt poster cd program
The word program is both a noun and a verb. Example uses:Noun: I saved the program from the ballet as a souvenir.Verb: I can program the thermostat to turn on the heat two hours before we return.
15k - 20k
The chances are Yes you can, although I wouldn't advise using such a program.
I think the value of his autograph on an original program from one of his concerts would be at least $5,000.99.
Answer: No. The Super Bowl is constantly the most watched program of the year. Plus, the Super Bowl is on broadcast stations, while Wrestlemania is on digital cable.
one millon dollars it is the only one in existance.
I just saw a 2001 Daytona 500 Program on E-bay for $20. I also saw a Michael Waltrip autographed program from the same event being offered for $99. I'm sure if you have a Dale Earnhardt autographed copy of the program it'd be worth substantially more ($300-500?). Mine is still in the safe, sealed up, never been opened, where it will probably stay for 25 or more years.
Try ebay, a collector or a sports memoribilia auction.
It would very much depend upon how many of the band had also signed the program. If it was just Duke's signature, possible $100 on a good day.
One of these programs sold at a Heritage Auction for $1,300.00. I sold mine on craigslist for $400.00.
If your playing Fmily Feud these are the right answers>>>..>>>>>>...>>>>>>>>>>> 1.T-shirt 2.hat 3.poster 4.program 5.cd
This is a subjective question so it cannot be answered definitively. Here are some of the opinions.John CenaJohn Cena is the better one because he is more charismatic and that is the reason he is on the WWE's flagship program, Raw. Batista is good too but Cena has been chosen to be the next big star, following in the footsteps of the Rock, Steve Austin, and Hulk HoganHard to say. They are both awesome wrestlers but I think it would come down to John Cena. He has excellent skill in the ring.BatistaBatista is better because he is just as quick, stronger and has more powerful moves. Which would you rather NOT have to experience, the five knuckle-shuffle or the Leviathan Spine Buster? The throwback or the Front Power Slam? A John Cena Clothesline or one from BATISTA? A Batista Bomb or a F-U (The F-U is simply a high impact fireman's carry, while the Batista bomb is a devastating sit-down powerbomb)Cena is charismatic, but he SUCKS at rapping? He always says you can't see me, but He is beeing seen worldwide, and personally, I do see him, even though I don't want to. Batista is like a silent assasin. And also, who won the 2005 Royal Rumble? At first, both wrestlers hit the floor, and then BATISTA was smart enough to attack Cena from behind and throw him over only to win the 2005 Royal Rumble. Who had the Main Event at Wrestlemania? BATISTA had the final main event, Cena just had the "pre" main-event. Cena tries to create the Chain Gang, but it isn't as creative as Hulkamania or the People (The Rock). Cena also wears them nasty ol Reebok pumps every week, umm Cena, Real thugs don't wear Reeboks, we wear Air Force Ones or Adidas.