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Here is a list of all the pricing games played on The Price is Right.


Key
Active Game            Retired/Inactive Game


Name Premiere-Finale Description
1RightPrice 1 Right Price September 11, 1975 - present
Halfoff 1/2 Off May 28, 2004 - present
2forthepriceof1 2 for the Price of 1

December 12, 1989 - present

3Strikes 3 Strikes (one called 3 Strikes + in the mid 80s & early 90s for five-digit-priced cars) February 12, 1976 - present
5PriceTags 5 Price Tags September 26, 1972 - present
Addemup Add 'em Up September 11, 1986 - October 3, 1988
AnyNumber Any Number

September 4, 1972 - present

BalanceGame Balance Game (1) April 9, 1984 - December 3, 1985
BalanceGame1 Balance Game (2) February 6, 2006 - present
BarkersBargainBar Bargain Game (formerly called Barker's Bargain Bar) April 22, 1980 - present
MakeYourMark Barker's Markers (also called Make Your Mark on Carey and Davidson versions) September 12, 1994 - October 9, 2008
Bonkers Bonkers October 1, 2001- present
BonusGame Bonus Game September 4, 1972 - present
Bullseye Bullseye (1) September 5, 1972 - September 14, 1972
Bullseye1 Bullseye (2) July 1, 1976 - present
Bump Bump September 13, 1985 - November 20, 1991
Buyorsell Buy or Sell March 27, 1992 - May 29, 2008
CardGame Card Game July 4, 1974 - February 16, 2012 (last played)
CheckGame Check Game (formerly called Blank Check) October 14, 1981 - present
CheckOut Check-Out January 28, 1982 - present
ClearanceSale Clearance Sale September 21, 1998 - January 6, 2009
Cliff Hangers Cliff Hangers April 12, 1976 - present
ClockGame Clock Game September 11, 1972 - present
ComingorGoing Coming or Going October 2, 2003 - present
CoverUp Cover Up September 13, 1993 - present
CreditCard Credit Card December 7, 1987 - October 31, 2008 (last played)
DangerPrice Danger Price January 8, 1976 - present
DiceGame Dice Game (once called "Deluxe" Dice Game during the 1980s for five-digit priced cars) June 2, 1976 - present
DotheMath Do The Math September 23, 2013 - present
DoubleBullseye Double Bullseye September 19, 1972 - October 10, 1972
DoubleCross Double Cross June 8, 2012 - present
DoubleDigits Double Digits April 20, 1973 - May 18, 1973
DoublePrices Double Prices September 4, 1972 - present
Easyas123Easyas123-1 Easy as 1 2 3 April 25, 1996 - present
Finishgame Finish Line February 21, 1978 - September 25, 1978
FlipFlop Flip Flop February 25, 2000 - present
FortuneHunter Fortune Hunter November 21, 1997 - May 11, 2000
FreezeFrame Freeze Frame February 22, 1995 - present
GalleryGame Gallery Game September 10, 1990 - April 11, 1991
GasMoney Gas Money September 22, 2008 - present
GiveorKeep Give or Keep December 27, 1972 - October 22, 1990
GoldenRoad Golden Road August 19, 1975 - present
GrandGame Grand Game May 16, 1980 - present
GroceryGame Grocery Game September 5, 1972 - present
Hilo Hi Lo April 9, 1973 - present
HitMe Hit Me November 7, 1980 - October 13, 2006
Holeinone Hole in One (or Two) May 9, 1977 - present
Hot Seat Pricing Game Hot Seat September 23, 2016 - present
Hurdles Hurdles February 19, 1976 - March 31, 1983
Itsinthebag It's in the Bag September 26, 1997 - present
Itsoptional It's Optional September 4, 1978 - May 9, 1983
Joker Joker February 14, 1994 - March 5, 2007
Letemroll Let 'em Roll September 20, 1999 - present
Lineemup Line em Up March 10, 1998 - present
LuckySeven Lucky $even August 28, 1973 - present
Magicnumber Magic # September 14, 1992 - present
Makeyourmove Make Your Move September 11, 1989 - present
MasterKey Master Key March 25, 1983 - present
MoneyGame Money Game (once called "Big" Money Game in the 1980s for five digit priced cars) December 25, 1972 - present
MoreorlessMoreorless-1 More or Less February 17, 2007 - present
MostExpensive Most Expensive October 16, 1972 - present
MysteryPrice Mystery Price September 26, 1973 - February 21, 1974
Noworthen Now... or Then (formerly Now... And Then) September 17, 1980 - present
Onthenose On The Nose September 14, 1984 - November 22, 1985
Onthespot On the Spot January 27, 2003 - November 5, 2004
Oneaway One Away December 4, 1984 - present
Onewrongprice One Wrong Price October 23, 1998 - present
Passthebuck Pass the Buck October 4, 2001 - present
Pathfinder Pathfinder April 7, 1987 - present
Paytherent Pay The Rent September 20, 2010 - present
Pennyante Penny Ante January 25, 1979 - June 14, 2002
Pickanumber Pick-a-Number January 31, 1992 - present
Pickapair Pick-a-Pair April 12, 1982 - present
Plinko Plinko January 3, 1983 - present
Pocketchange Pocket Change January 10, 2005 - present
Pokergame Poker Game September 9, 1975 - May 10, 2007
ProfessorPrice Professor Price November 14, 1977 - November 21, 1977
Punchabunch Punch a Bunch/Punchboard September 27, 1978 - present
Pushover Push Over March 3, 1999 - present
RaceGame Race Game August 14, 1974 - present
RangeGame Range Game April 3, 1973 - present
RatRace Rat Race June 16, 2010 - present
Safecrackers Safe Crackers April 27, 1976 - present
SecretX Secret "X" September 14, 1977 - present
ShellGame Shell Game June 17, 1974 - present
ShoppingSpree Shopping Spree January 17, 1996 - present
Showergame Shower Game September 4, 1978 - November 30, 1978
Sidebyside Side by Side May 10, 1994 - present
SpellingBee Spelling Bee September 15, 1988 - present
SplitDescision Split Decision November 9, 1995 - January 16, 1997
SqueezePlay Squeeze Play September 13, 1977 - present
Stackthedeck Stack the Deck October 9, 2006 - present
Stepup Step Up February 7, 2002 - present
Superball Super Ball!! February 3, 1981 - January 12, 1998
SuperSaver $uper $aver May 10, 1989 - March 11, 1996
Swapmeet Swap Meet September 9, 1991 - present
Switch Switch? February 27, 1992 - present
Switcheroo Switcheroo October 22, 1976 - present
Taketwo Take Two June 2, 1978 - present
Telephonegame Telephone Game November 1, 1978 - November 29, 1978
Temptation Temptation September 7, 1973 - present
10Chances Ten Chances July 15, 1975 - present
Thatstoomuch That's Too Much! April 19, 2001 - present
Thephonehomegame The Phone Home Game September 12, 1983 - November 3, 1989
Timeismoney Time is Money (1) September 22, 2003 - April 23, 2004
TimeisMoney2014 Time is Money (2) September 22, 2014 - present
TraderBob Trader Bob April 29, 1980 - November 19, 1985
Tripleplay Triple Play October 2, 2000 - present
Vend-O-Price TPIR Vend-O-Price September 25, 2015 - present
Walkoffame Walk of Fame November 4, 1983 - November 27, 1985

Mash-Up Week (2016)Edit

MashUp Week

This was a special "crossover" week on The Price is Right and Let's Make a Deal (Brady Version Only) where both shows swapped their games (albeit with alternate rules) along with their co-stars and a few other surprises that aired from May 9 until May 13, 2016.

Here is a list of all the Let's Make a Deal games of chance that have appeared on The Price Is Right during "Mash-Up Week".

Name Premiere Dates Description Results
Car Pong TPIR Car Pong Monday, May 9, 2016 Car Pong is a game of chance from Let's Make a Deal (Brady Version Only) where you have at least five seconds to throw one ball at a time into cups to win a car and/or cash. You can get five more seconds for each correct answer given to a pop culture question (there are three correct answers to each question, which means you can have maximum of twenty seconds) In the TPIR version, the pop culture question has been replaced by what is Danger Price with small prizes and an additional five seconds for each correctly picked small prize with the small prize section ending as soon as the wrong prize is picked. $500 was won in this episode.
Go For a Spin TPIR Go For a Spin Tuesday, May 10, 2016 To replace zonks with cars, the contestant had to guess whether the right price in a vane font was either the right side up or upside down. This resulted as a loss in this episode.
Gold Rush TPIR Gold Rush Wednesday, May 11, 2016 Gameplay was basically the same as on Let's Make a Deal (Brady version only), except that the numbers on the crates with the gold inside were also the numbers in the price of the car. Unlike LMAD's playing, finding one dynamite did not go back to the start. This resulted as a loss in this episode.
Accelerator TPIR Accelerator Thursday, May 12, 2016 Gameplay was basically the same as on Let's Make a Deal (Brady version only), except that the contestant gets two free rolls to starts and may win up to three more by placing four grocery items in order from least expensive to most expensive (similar to Hole in One) As usual, each time a letter is landed on, the associated cash amount is awarded and turns into a zonk space ends the game and loses all accumulated cash and if all three spaces are hit, the player wins the car and all accumulated cash. $1,500 was won in this episode.
Smash for Cash TPIR Smash for Cash Friday, May 13, 2016 There are six grocery items that have a piggy bank on top, you have to pick the five are below a given price. Jonathan Mangum will smash the piggy bank that corresponds to your pick. You'll know you're right if their is money inside the piggy bank. However, the one that is wrong has a zonk. For each correct pick, you advance up a money ladder ($0; $1,000; $2,000; $3,000; $5,000; $20,000) The amount of money inside the piggy bank determines how any steps you move up the ladder. Of course you may bail once you make at least two correct picks. This resulted as a loss in this episode.
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Here is a list of all the The Price is Right pricing games that have appeared on Let's Make a Deal During "Mash-Up Week".

Name Premiere Dates Description Results
Cliffhangers LMAD Edition Cliffhangers Monday, May 9, 2016 Instead of moving up the mountain based on incorrect guesses, Hans' moves determined by numbers inside three envelopes in gold, silver and bronze as there were three sets in all. The object was to get Hans to one of two prize zones without causing him to fall off after twenty-five steps. The orange zone was for the golf clubs and the red zone was for the car. A set of golf clubs was won in this episode.
Hole in One on LMAD Hole in One (or Two) Tuesday, May 10, 2016 Instead of placing grocery items in the proper order, the game was played in levels. The first level was for a small prize while the second level was for a bigger prize and the last level was for the car. This resulted as a loss in this episode.
Five Prie Tag on LMAD 5 Price Tags Wednesday, May 11, 2016 This was mostly focused on Manuela's blooper from The Price is Right where it involved by her accidentally revealing the winning price from the 5 Price Tags pricing game. The contestant was faced with five price tags where one of them was the price of the car offered in that playing. However, choosing the right price won the amount of $20,000. This resulted as a bailout in this episode.
Master Key on LMAD Master Key Thursday, May 12, 2016 This was a two player game where each contestant selected a key by number while male TPIR model James O'Halloran tried each one out. Should one of the contestants win the first prize, then it became out of play for the second contestant. This resulted as a win in this episode.
Punch a Bunch on LMAD Punch a Bunch/Punchboard Friday, May 13, 2016 Three separate contestants take three separate punches at the punch board as they can either take the money that they punched earlier or take the sure thing. Player 1: Passed on $100 cash and wins $2,500 on a Luxury Makeover.
Player 2: Passed on a trip to Whistler, British Columbia worth $8,210 and wins $1,100 in cash.
Player 3: Passed on $2,250 and wins a Chocolate Hot Tub.

LinkEdit

Sneak Peek: Let's Make a Deal/The Price is Right Mash Up Week

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