Any Number
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VIDEO: Any Number

Game Description
Three prizes are presented to the contestant – a car with five digits in its price, a prize with three digits in its price, and a piggy bank representing an amount of cash in dollars and cents. After the first digit in the price of the car is revealed, the contestant selects digits between 0 and 9, with each selected digit being revealed on the game board. The first price that is completely revealed is the prize that the contestant wins.
Balance Game
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VIDEO: Balance Game

Game Description
The contestant is shown four bags filled with various amounts of coins. One of the bags is placed on an oversized scale. The contestant must then place two of the three remaining bags on the same side of the scale to form the price of a prize. A bag containing an amount of coins equal to the price of the prize is placed on the other side of the scale. If the scales balance, then the contestant wins the prize.
Bargain Game
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VIDEO: Bargain Game

Game Description
Two prizes are shown to the contestant. Each prize displays a bargain price that is below its actual retail price. If the contestant selects the bigger bargain (the prize with the bargain price that is farther from the actual retail price), then the contestant wins both prizes.
Fun Fact: Formerly known as Barker’s Bargain Bar.
Bonkers
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VIDEO: Bonkers

Game Description
The wrong price of a prize with four digits in its price is shown to the contestant. The contestant must place paddles above the wrong digits in the price to indicate whether the correct digits are higher or lower. Once the paddles are in place, the contestant presses a button to learn if they are correct. If the contestant is incorrect, they may make changes. The contestant has a total of 30 seconds to put all of the paddles in the correct positions to win the prize.
Bonus Game
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VIDEO: Bonus Game
VIDEO: Bonus 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 small prize that the contestant is correct about is associated with a window. At the end of the game, the windows are illuminated. If the contestant has won the small prize beside the window that says “BONUS,” then the contestant wins a bonus prize.
Bullseye
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VIDEO: Bullseye
VIDEO: Bullseye

Game Description
Five grocery items are shown to the contestant. The contestant must choose one item and determine how many of that item is necessary to total between $10.00 and $12.00. If the contestant is successful within three attempts, then the contestant wins a bonus prize. If the contestant is unsuccessful, they can still win the bonus prize if a hidden bullseye is behind one of the items with which the contestant achieved a total of less than $10.00.
Card Game
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VIDEO: Card Game

Game Description
The contestant bids on the price of a car by drawing playing cards, the values of which are multiplied by $100. Aces are wild. If the contestant’s final bid is within a predetermined range without going over, then the contestant wins the car.
Check Game
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VIDEO: Check Game
VIDEO: 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.
Check-Out
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VIDEO: Check-Out

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.
Cliff Hangers
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VIDEO: Cliffhangers

Game Description
The contestant bids on three small prizes. For every dollar the contestant is away from the actual prices, a mountain climber takes one step up a mountain. If the mountain climber does not exceed 25 steps after the contestant has bid on all three prizes, then the contestant wins a bonus prize.