2016 Oscars Ballot: Predict Academy Awards Winners With Printable Or Interactive Online Ballot

Oscars Ballot 2016

Whether you are hosting an Oscars party on Sunday night or watching the Academy Awards solo, an Oscars ballot is an awards night must-have. The 88th annual Academy Awards begins at 8:30 p.m. ET on ABC, but if you tune in at 7 p.m. ET you will be able to watch the red carpet arrivals and rate tonight’s fashion hits and misses. 

Download a printable ballot below or use the interactive ballot online to choose your favorite nominees and then get ready to enjoy a night of glitz, glam, acceptance speeches, and musical performances by Lady Gaga, Sam Smith, The Weeknd, and Dave Grohl of the Foo Fighters.

Here are your options for both printable an online Oscars ballots:

Right click on the printable ballot below from Vanity Fair to print a full-size version — the entire ballot fits on a standard 8.5 x 11″ piece of paper.

Oscars Ballot 2016

The New York Times has ballot that can be filled out online and printed after you make your selections. There’s a nice bonus with the NYT ballot — you can read reviews about each movie before you make your selection.

To make your 2016 Oscars predictions using an online ballot, head over to Oscars.com and use their interactive ballot that will not only connect you with your movie-loving friends on Facebook, you can enter to win tickets to the Oscars red carpet in 2017 and a $1,000 Kohl’s gift card. 

Need some help figuring out who should get your vote for Best Picture, Best Actor, Best Actress, and in various other categories on the Oscars ballot? Check out our predictions for who will win and who should win the 88th Academy Awards.

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