KSAT Insider Prize Wheel: Enter for a chance to spin and win on SA Live

Watch KSAT 12 on the first Friday of each month at 1 p.m. to witness the spin

Spinning the KSAT Insider Prize Wheel is a benefit exclusively for members of KSAT Insider.

With a catchy tune and big-dollar prizes, the KSAT Insider Prize Wheel brings the thrill of a game show to SA Live every first Friday of the month at 1 p.m.

It’s almost a year now since KSAT 12 started inviting station supporters on the show to win great prizes. We’re grateful for your support as a viewer and member of KSAT Insider.

See the form at the bottom of the article to enter for the next spin happening in January 2022. All previous Prize Wheel spins can be watched here. 📺

January Sweepstakes Prizes

You can now sign up for a chance to meet the magnetic SA Live co-hosts Fiona Gorostiza and Mike Osterhage and spin the wheel.

Here’s what’s up for grabs in January:

  • A $2,500 cruise credit voucher issued by Alamo Travel Group
  • A $2,000 gift card to Living Spaces
  • A $1,000 gift card to Living Spaces
  • A 2-night stay at the Kickapoo Lucky Eagle Casino and Hotel
  • A $250 gift card to H-E-B

January Sweepstakes Entry Form

Prize Wheel spins will be prerecorded and broadcast on SA Live. After being selected at random, contestants have 24 hours to confirm availability to join a Zoom call for the virtual spin on Wednesdays. See the full sweepstakes rules here.

One (1) contestant will be drawn at random for the January Prize Wheel Sweepstake on Monday, Jan. 2, 2023. Only one (1) entry per person is allowed in the form below.

Not seeing the sweepstakes entry form below? Open the web page in a new tab by clicking here or email insiders@ksat.com for help.


About the Author:

Rocio Hernandez is the membership producer for KSAT Insider, a free membership program that strengthens the relationships between our newsroom and the communities we serve. Prior to joining the KSAT team, Rocio worked as a communications intern at the International Center for Journalists and fellow at The Texas Tribune.