Here is a list of all the pricing games played on The Price is Right.
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Mash-Up Week (2016 & 2020)
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".
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".
|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 (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.|
|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||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/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.
Here is a list of the all the Let's Make a Deal games that have appeared on The Price is Right during Mash-Up Week in 2020.
Here is a list of the pricing games that have appeared on Let's Make a Deal during Mash-Up Week in 2020.
|Plinko||Monday, March 23, 2020||The player was given two Plinko chips to start. Carey made an appearance with an envelope with Mangum and Coyne also having envelopes. Each envelope had either 1, 2 or 3 additional Plinko chips. Th Plinko board had a LMAD styled envelope and a small box on each of the $1,000 slots, however thy were never landed on by a chip.||$10,600 Won|
|Dice Game||Tuesday, March 24, 2020||Plays exactly like on Price. However, because its LMAD, it offers to take the cash instead of the car were given prior to revealing numbers that are lower or higher than the die rolled one by one. This featured an appearance by current price announcer George Gray.||Loss|
|3 Strikes||Wednesday, March 25, 2020||Played for a Nissan Sentra valued at $21,485 and modeled by James O'Halloran. The price is revealed before the start of the game and the contestant was given $2000 cash. In this playing, the contestant does not need to figure out where the number goes. The contestant simply needs to draw out all five numbers one at a time, before drawing out three strikes. Each time a strike is pulled, an offer to discard a strike pulled is given a cost of $1,000 and the contestant can choose to pay and discard, or leave it in the bag.||Loss (Kept $2,000)|
|Cliff Hangers||Thursday, March 26, 2020||See the description for it in 2016.||Loss|
|Big Wheel||Friday, March 27, 2020||The game is played with three players. Each contestants spins the smaller replica of the big wheel on stage. Then, for any value other than $1.00 landed on, the contestant then picks one out of the nine envelopes that contain multiplier cards up to x100. (ex. A spin of 55 with the x100 card = $5,500) Finally, before opening the envelope that contains the multiplier, an offer to trade away the potential cash for a prize behind a curtain or a box. If the wheel lands on $1.00, the contestants is awarded $1,000 and a bonus spin.||1. Hot Tub w/Outdoor Sofa & Ottoman, 2. Pair of Scooters, 3. $170|