THE GAMES

TAKE TWO



Game Description

Four prizes are shown to the contestant, along with a total price. The contestant must identify which two prizes have prices that add up to the total price. The contestant is given two chances to do so. If successful, the contestant wins all four prizes.

SWITCHEROO



Game Description

A car and four small prizes are shown to the contestant. All of the prices are displayed with one digit missing. The contestant has 30 seconds to place the correct digits in the prices. After the first attempt, the contestant is told how many prices are correct and is given the option of making changes. The contestant wins any prizes that are priced correctly. .

SHELL GAME



Game Description

Four small prizes are presented to the contestant, each with an incorrect price. The contestant must determine if the correct prices are higher or lower than the incorrect prices. Each time the contestant is correct, they are given a chip to place by one of four shells. At the end of the game, if the contestant has placed a chip by the shell that conceals a ball, then the contestant wins a bonus prize.

PICK A PAIR



Game Description

Six grocery items are shown to the contestant. The contestant selects an item and its price is revealed. The contestant must then select an item with the same price. If unsuccessful, the contestant is given a second chance. If the contestant selects two products with the same price, then the contestant wins a bonus prize. .

SECRET X



Game Description

The contestant is shown a tic-tac-toe board. In the center column, there is a concealed X. The contestant must use the concealed X to form three X’s in a row using X’s earned by identifying the prices of small prizes. If the contestant forms three X’s in a row, then the contestant wins a bonus prize.

RANGE GAME



Game Description

A $600 range of numbers is displayed to the contestant. A $150 rangefinder begins to travel over the numbers. The contestant must stop the rangefinder when it covers the price of a prize. If successful, the contestant wins the prize.

NOW OR THEN



Game Description

Six grocery items are arranged in a circle, each with a price. The contestant must select an item and identify whether the price is from the day of taping or from a specified date in the past. If the contestant is correct about three adjacent items, then the contestant wins a bonus prize.

RACE GAME



Game Description

Four prizes are shown to the contestant, who is given four price tags. The contestant is given 45 seconds to place the price tags on the appropriate prizes. Once the price tags are in place, the contestant may pull a lever to learn how many price tags are correct. The contestant may then use any remaining time to make changes. The contestant wins any prizes with correct price tags at the end of 45 seconds.

PUNCH A BUNCH



Game Description

The contestant must identify whether the prices of small prizes are higher or lower than displayed incorrect prices to earn punches on a fifty-hole punchboard. Dollar amounts in the punched holes are revealed, with the contestant having the option of taking the dollar amount or giving it back to accept the dollar amount in the next punched hole. The top prize is $25,000.

IT'S IN THE BAG



Game Description

Six grocery items are shown to the contestant, along with five bags displaying prices. The contestant must assign the correct items to the bags. If the contestant has assigned the correct item to the first bag, then they win $1,000. The contestant may stop the game and take the money or risk it all to double the money with the second bag. If the contestant successfully risks the money for all five bags, then they win $16,000.

PRICE TAGS



Game Description

Five potential prices for a car are shown. Small prizes are presented to the contestant. For each time the contestant identifies whether the displayed price of each prize is true or false, the contestant earns a choice of the five price tags. If the contestant chooses the price of the car, then the contestant wins the car.

CHECK GAME



Game Description

The contestant writes a blank check for an amount of their choosing. The value of the check is then added to the price of a prize. If the total of the value of the check and the price of the prize is between $7,000 and $8,000, then the contestant wins the prize and the value of the check.

CHECKOUT



Game Description

The contestant bids on five grocery items. If the total of the contestant’s bids is within $2.00 either way of the actual total of the items’ prices, then the contestant wins a bonus prize.

HOLE IN ONE



Game Description

Six grocery items are shown to the contestant, who must rank them from least expensive to most expensive. Each time the contestant selects a more expensive item, they move closer to a hole. The contestant then has two chances to putt a golf ball into the hole to win a car.

FLIP FLOP



Game Description

A wrong price for a prize is shown. The contestant has the option of interchanging the first two digits, interchanging the last two digits, or doing both. If the contestant forms the price of the prize, then the contestant wins the prize.

DANGER PRICE



Game Description

Four prizes are shown to the contestant, along with a danger price. The contestant must choose the three prizes that do not have the danger price. If successful, the contestant wins all four prizes.

GRAND GAME



Game Description

Six grocery items are shown to the contestant, along with a target price. Each time the contestant selects an item that is lower than the target price, a zero is added to the contestant’s bank of $1. If the contestant selects the four items that are less than the target price, then the contestant wins $10,000.

EASY AS 123



Game Description

Three prizes are shown to the contestant. The contestant must place blocks labeled 1, 2, and 3 on the least expensive, next more expensive, and most expensive prizes, respectively. If successful, the contestant wins all three prizes.

MORE OR LESS



Game Description

The contestant is shown four prizes, the last of which is a car. Each prize has an incorrect price displayed. The contestant must identify whether the actual price is more or less than the displayed price. If correct, the contestant wins the prize and continues to the next prize. If correct about all four prizes, then the contestant wins everything.

HI LO



Game Description

Six grocery items are shown to the contestant. The contestant must select the three most expensive items. If successful, the contestant wins a bonus prize.

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