the Shopping Show  1-707-442-5744  

How do I sign up?

Register for an account online or you can call (707) 442-5744 during business hours, or on-air during the show on Saturdays from 8am to 12pm.

Does is cost anything to sign up?

No, signing up is absolutely free. (However, there is a $1.00 processing and handling fee per order.) Sign up today!

What is a PIN?

(Personal Identification Number)
A number used to identify you when you call the show to make a purchase.

Can I buy Shopping Show coupons anytime?

Yes, you can order any time during the show or via our online store. Just call (707) 442-5744 Saturdays from 8am to 12 noon or shop online now to place your order. (NOTE: Placing an online order is disable during our live Saturday show. Businesses preceded by an * on the weekly list are not available for on-line purchase.)

Why are there limits on some items?

To give everyone an opportunity to purchase them when the supply is limited.

Weekly List

What does it mean when a business name is in bold on the list?

Businesses that are in bold type are either new to the show or back after an absence.

What does it mean when a business name is underlined on the list?

Those that are underlined are either restaurants or food-related.

What does the * mean before a business name on the list?

These businesses are not available for purchase on-line.

What does the Spotlighted Businesses box on the list mean?

Our Spotlight Hour has evolved into a select list of businesses that is highlighted each week. These businesses are 50% off retail value during the entire show.”.)

Saturday Show

When is the Shopping Show on air?

The Shopping Show airs live every Saturday from 8am to 12 noon.

What are “blow-outs”?

A “blow-out” segment drops the price on a selected product or service for just a few minutes while Buster Poindexter sings “Hot Hot Hot” in the background. (Click here for the lyrics to–and to watch the video for–“Hot Hot Hot”.)

What is a "reverse auction"?

A specific item or group of items packaged together. We lower the price in increments until a caller buys the item(s), or time runs out. (Please note that reverse auctions are featured events, and these items are not returnable.)

What is "Yogi’s basket"?

A package containing merchandise from a particular community. The average value is about $100. We sell one per show at half price, and at least 50% of the basket is food. (Please note that Yogi’s basket is a featured event, and these items are not returnable.)

What are "Shirley's Specials”?

In honor of our dear friend and colleague, Shirley Hall-Keltner, we have renamed our last segment specials “Shirley’s Specials.” During the last segment of the show, we drop the price on one item in the Humboldt area, and one in the Curry area.

What are the "Bells"?

After a particular bells has rung, the first caller who says, ”I’m a ding-a-ling,” can purchase any single item worth $75 or more at half the retail price. The south bell (which sounds like pealing church bells) is for any item south of the Klamath River, and the north bell (which sounds like a buoy with sea gulls) is for any item north of the Klamath River.

What are the "Buglers"?

When you hear the bugle sound, Murphy’s Market and Porter Street BBQ coupons are available for purchase. This can happen at any time during the show.

How do the prices get set?

Brian and Charlie set the prices before the show each week. They are usually 30-40% off retail value.

Why only one PIN per call?

To give everyone a chance. (It’s the nice thing to do.)

Placing Order

What credit and debit cards do you accept?

AMEX, Visa, MasterCard, and Discover.

When and where can I pick up my coupons?

You may pick up your coupons on Monday from 10am to 5pm, or Tuesday-Friday from 8am to 5pm. This option is available at our Eureka office only. We are located at 1101 Marsh Rd.

Do I have to pick up the coupons?

No, we can mail them to you if you pay with a credit or debit card and choose for it to be mailed.

How do I use “blue money” coupons?

Use them like any other coupon. Some merchants will have limitations and some coupons are “item specific.” Be sure to check for restrictions on your coupons before redeeming them.

How do I use “blue money” coupons?

Use them like any other coupon. Some merchants will have limitations and some coupons are “item specific.” Be sure to check for restrictions on your coupons before redeeming them.