How to get Free Tickets to Crossing Over with John Edwards in New York
Scoring one of those rare "Crossing Over with John Edward" TV show tickets is getting pretty hard nowadays as his popularity increases. We give you the low down on how to best increase your odds at getting tickets to see John in both the Crossing Over show and his traveling seminars.. If you are ready for the rough ride, lets go......
Standby and Telephone
We have the latest standby and telephone ticket information for this show in our new TV Show Ticket Guide. The guide gives you all the telephone numbers and other information you will need to get a ticket for this show and all the other TV shows in the New York area.
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The TV Show
This TV taping is at least 6 hours long, so be ready for the long haul. Some food and drinks are usually laid out, but you might want to be smart and bring your Thermos and sandwiches.
Dress Code - Business casual attire, no white clothing, bright colors, shorts, T-shirts, ripped jeans, sleeveless shirts, etc. No one under the age of 18 years will be admitted into the studio. An ID is required. No firearms or weapons of any sort will be permitted inside the studio, no exceptions.
Attendance - Each person is limited to one visit per 1 year. Only 4 seats will be allowed per group.
If you cannot score a ticket to the TV show, you can always buy a ticket to one of the John Edward Crossing America seminars. They usually cost around $45 and the show travels the US. Locations in the past have included: Wichita KS, Albuquerque NM, Albany NY, Boston MA, Westbury, NY and Providence, RI.
The format of this seminar is much more palatable than the TV show with just one hour of seminar with questions and answers, a 15 minute break, a 15 minute meditation and an hour of messages from God, I mean the other side.
You can usually get one
of these tickets from Telecharge @ 1 800 722 4990
Surprisingly, you can also pick them up on www.EBay.com where they seem quite prolific
Since January 2002 John Edward has no longer scheduled private readings. It seems that they have become too time consuming for the hectic seminar and taping schedule he now enjoys. There have been some stories about John trying to help in certain cases, but these remain few and far between so we suggest that you dont get you hopes up too high, unless your dead relative really doesnt have the patience to wait.