New Game Show Will Help Rid Contestants Of Student Loans Contestants on Paid Off answer trivia questions just like Jeopardy. The more answers they get right, the more of their student loans the show will pay off — up to 100 percent.
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New Game Show Will Help Rid Contestants Of Student Loans

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New Game Show Will Help Rid Contestants Of Student Loans

New Game Show Will Help Rid Contestants Of Student Loans

New Game Show Will Help Rid Contestants Of Student Loans

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Contestants on Paid Off answer trivia questions just like Jeopardy. The more answers they get right, the more of their student loans the show will pay off — up to 100 percent.

NOEL KING, HOST:

Good morning. I'm Noel King. Game shows - what are you going to win? A car? Well, finally, there's a game show for our times. Comedy channel TruTV's debuting a show called "Paid Off." Contestants answer trivia questions just like "Jeopardy." The more answers they get right, the more of their student loans the show will pay off - up to 100 percent. The average student now has $37,000 in loan debt. So, Alex, I'm going to go with what is relief for a hundred.

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