How to Get a "Wheel of Fortune" Spin ID Number
By Bridgette Redman
Updated September 22, 2017
If you're ready to win money on "Wheel of Fortune" without leaving home, register for a Spin ID number, which displays nightly on the television game show. Join the Wheel Watcher's Club to get your free Spin ID. Register on the website using the fill-in form or register via Facebook. Once you've registered, you have to verify your email address, then check back daily to see if you've won.
Register on the Website
Register With Facebook
If you are signed up with Facebook, you can register using your account. Go to the registration page for the Wheel Watcher's Club. Click on the button that says "Register with Facebook." There will be a pop-up box asking whether the "Wheel of Fortune" site can access your Facebook information. Click "OK." This does not allow "Wheel of Fortune" to post to your page; it just gives the information needed to register.
Verify Your Email Address
If you register on the "Wheel of Fortune" site via the form, you'll get a verification email at the account whose address you entered when filling out the form. If you register through Facebook, check the email account associated with your Facebook account. Click on the link telling you to verify your account. If you don't get the email within a few minutes, check your spam folder, or if your email account has tabs, look under "updates" or "promotions." The official rules state it may take up to 24 hours for the email to arrive. You will receive your Spin ID in an email.
Watch "Wheel of Fortune" to see if your ID comes up on the program. Log in to the Wheel Watcher's Club website using the email you registered with and your password. You can check what the number is there. Enter your Spin ID number, Wheel Watchers Club user ID and password. If you are a winner, you'll be asked to verify your contact information and a "Wheel of Fortune" representative will call you.
As a professional writer since 1985, Bridgette Redman's career has included journalism, educational writing, book authoring and training. She's worked for daily newspapers, an educational publisher, websites, nonprofit associations and individuals. She is the author of two blogs, reviews live theater and has a weekly column in the "Lansing State Journal." She has a Bachelor of Arts in journalism from Michigan State University.