You're given 10 numbers and you choose them one at a time to fill in the prices of prizes (first digit of 5-digit prize is revealed). Prizes are from pocket change to a new car!

One money bag is placed on a scale and shows the last three digits of a prize. Place two bags (multiple of $1,000) on the same side of the scale. If it balances, you win!

You're given two prizes and a price. The prices are bargain prices (less than they are supposed to be). Choose the one with the bigger bargain and you win both prizes!

You're given a 4-digit number representing the price of a prize. All the digits are wrong. Put markers above or below them (representing high or low) and do this repeatedly for 30s

You get four items and prices for the items which are wrong. Determine if the real price is higher or lower. If you get the 'bonus' for the item you got right, you get a fun prize!

You have 5 grocery items and a target. Choose one of the items and figure out how much to buy to be between $10-$12. You have three tries with different items.

First, choose a card which has your price limit. You then choose cards out of a giant deck of cards. Multiply it by 100 and add it to your $15000.

Write a check for any amount and add it to the price of the prize. If it totals from between $7000-$8000, you get the prize AND the check amount.

You have five grocery items and you need to estimate how much they are. If your total estimate for all the items are within $2, high or low, you win the prize!

It's the old game of 'make sure the mountain man doesn't fall off the edge'!

In this g-- Hey! Didn't someone win $1,000,000 on this game?

Make the 4-digit number come or go away from you to make different prices. Get it right, and you win!

Cover up the five symbols with numbers to determine the price of the prize. If you get it wrong, you get a second chance if at least one number is right. You get a car once right!

You are given four prizes and one price. Choose the three that doesn't have the shown price. Do it and you'll win all four prizes!

Roll four dice representing digits in a car with the first digit shown. If the digits are wrong on the die, choose if it's actually higher or lower. Good choices = car winner!

Prize 1 (+ or -) ($???) = Prize 2. Do it right and you get the two prizes and the amount of ($???).

Green and Orange lines move at the same time to determine prices of prizes. The screen is the shape of an 'X'. Get the prices right and the prizes are yours!

Choose one price from two prices for one big prize. Choose the right one and you win!

You have three blocks saying 1,2, and 3. Put them next to prizes with '1 = cheapest and 3 = most expensive'. Get it right and you win all three!

Just see 'Manuela's Blooper' and you may get 100% on this quiz.

This game probably got the name from some of your shoes.

This game has two-digit numbers spinning around and you can stop them anytime you want to make a four-digit price. If the price matches the prize amount, you win!

This game caused a woman to be the biggest winner in Price is Right daytime history.

If you play your cards right, you could win something REALLY expensive at the end of this game!

You have six grocery items and a chance to win some cash. If you can guess the four items that are under the target price, you win $10,000!

There are five grocery items and you need to figure out how many items to buy without knowing the prices. You get your total price between $20-$21, you win a prize!

Six items, 16 boxes, and $10,000 in one. The items are separated in three parts. If you figure out the one in each section that has a half off price, half of the boxes are gone.

Six grocery items are present and all you have to do is choose the three most expensive items. Do that and you win a prize!

This game really matches what Bob Barker likes to do best!

In this game, six grocery items could get you from $1,000 to $16,000!

First, you have three grocery items and you can get three rolls of the dice if you can guess if each one is higher or lower than each other from left to right. A car can be won!

If you can guess the price of the car out of three small prizes, you'll win the small prizes and the car!

The game where you can buy a car for $1!

All you need is a number between the two prizes and you're all set!

You have a nine-digit number. Move handles that represents 2, 3, and 4-digit prizes to win. None of the handles overlap each other.

With a little game of 'unlock the locks', you could win small prizes and even a car!

You have nine two-digit numbers and the middle number revealed from the price of a car. Choose two of the right ones to complete the car and you win!

It's simple: choose whether the wrong prices are (name of game) than what they should be and you walk out of the building with some cool items and a car!

It's all in the name! Choose the (name of game) prize out of three and you win all three!

Choose if items have the right price as listed or if that was the old price.

'Oh mighty Sound Effects Lady, do I have at least one number right?'

You have a price and you need to decide which of the two prizes the price goes to. Get it right, and you get both prizes.

Three prizes and three prices with each prize. Choose which price is wrong and you get all three prizes!

All you need to do is figure out which items need an extra dollar to make it correct. Once at the prize board, you could win some cash, a car, neither, or both!

It's like a maze, but to get out, you need to find out the price of the car. If you are successful, you get the car!

'You're gonna have a chance to win up to $100,000!!!!!!! Playing (name of game)!!!'

Your shown the price of a prize with a number missing. Choose the number out of three possible answers and you win!

You have six grocery items. Choose two items that have the exact same price and you win a cool prize!

You know it's the best game show ever when you hear the words 'You're gonna be playing (name of game) for a chance to win $50,000!!!!'!

Once you guess the numbers for the price of the car, that's not enough. You need enough (name of game) from the board to win!

The only game where you could win $25,000 for punching a hole in paper!

Move blocks with numbers on them to make a price in an area so you can win a prize!

In this game, you need to put four price tags next to prizes repeatedly until you get it right in 45 seconds.

You have a red-colored bar $150 'long' and move it upward so the price is inside the bar to win the prize.

It's like you're a scientist and mice are racing each other... to win you a car.

A TPIR favorite! Use the price of one item to open a door to win that item and a bigger prize as well!

It's like playing tic-tac-toe, with no 'O' and a nice prize at stake.

The old carnival game of 'find the ball under the the shells'!

You have four prizes in front of you. You have a certain amount of money and you need to find the three that exceed the amount of the pretend money you have and you win all four!

Move your two-digit either left or right to determine a price for a cool prize. If you lose, it says 'sorry' to you.

Just spell the word 'CAR' in this game and you win a car!

Pull a number out of a number to make a price for a 4 or 5-digit prize.

Use seven cards numbered 0-9 to make the price of a car. However, you can make it way easier by knowing the prices of six grocery items.

You need to sort four prizes from least to most expensive. If you do it right you win the four prizes AND $3,000!

You are introduced to one prize and then three other prizes. You need to figure out which one of the three costs the same as your first prize. If you're right, you get all four!

You are given prices for two prizes. You need to decide if the prices need to switch or not. If you're right, you get both prizes!

You have dice numbered 1-5. Place them in spots to fill in prices for four two-digit prizes and even a car! You can switch as many times as you want in 30 seconds.

You have four prizes and a certain money amount. Pick the two that add up to the money amount and you win all four!

You can win a car, but you get four small prizes for free! You can take them or risk it all for the car. If your guess for the car is right, it's all yours, or else it's all gone!

The game where you have (name of game) to win 2 and 3-digit prizes and even a 5-digit car!

You're given ten prices for a car which are wrong. They're revealed to you one at a time and when you see the first one that you think is over the price of the car, you say so.

The name and the design remind you of baseball. The prize (a car) makes you so excited!

The game where if you do it fast enough, you can win $20,000!

The game where they say 'You're not getting a car, you're getting THREE CARS!!!!!!!!'

In this game, you only need to know the price of the first prize to get both! However, you get one digit at the beginning for free.

They say this game came from CBS's vending machine, and they're still using it to have lunch.

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