Mash-Up Week is a week where two CBS game shows Let's Make A Deal and The Price is Right swap games, cast members and other things.

Week #1 (5/9-5/13/16, 753xK) The Price is RightEdit

Day TPIR TPIR Rule Change Result
Monday Car Pong Car Pong is a game where you have at least 5 seconds to bounce 1 ball at a time into cups to win a car and/or cash. You can get 5 more seconds for each correct answer given to a pop culture question – there are 3 correct answers to each question, which means you can have a maximum of 20 seconds. On today’s show, the pop culture question has been replaced by what is essentially Danger Price with small prizes, and an additional 5 seconds for each correctly picked small prize, with the small prize section ending as soon as the wrong prize is picked. $500 Won
Tuesday Go for a Spin To replace Zonks with cars, the contestant had to guess whether the right price in a vane font was either right side up or upside down. Loss
Wednesday Gold Rush Gameplay was basically the same, 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 the first dynamite did not reset the money ladder, but give contestant chances to bail after correct digits are found. The game was also featured on the December 30 episode as part of the "Best of 2016" Special. Loss
Thursday Accelerator Gameplay was basically the same, except the contestant gets two free rolls to start, 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 (or Two)). As usual, each time a letter is landed on, the associated cash amount in that wedge is awarded and all four instances of that letter turns into Zonk spaces, hitting a Zonk space loses all accumulated cash, but if contestant has spin(s) remaining, he or she could continue spinning, and if all three letters are hit, the player wins the car and all accumulated cash. Won (also won $1,500)
Friday Smash for Cash There are 6 grocery items that have a piggy bank on top. You have to pick the 5 that are below a given price (similar to Grand Game). Jonathan will smash the piggy bank that corresponds to your pick. If it's right, dollar bills will be found inside the smashed piggy bag – the one that is wrong has a zonk. For every dollar bills found, you advance up a money ladder - $0 -> $1,000 (3 bills), $2,000 (5 bills), $3,000 (8 bills) -> $5,000 (11 bills) -> $20,000 (finding all 15 bills). you may bail once you found at least three dollar bills. Loss

Week #1 (5/9-5/13/16) Let's Make a DealEdit

Day LMAD LMAD Rule Change Result
Monday Cliff Hangers Instead of moving up the mountain based on incorrect guesses, Yodely Guy's moves were determined by numbers inside three envelopes (gold, silver & bronze). There were three sets in all. The object was to get Yodely Guy to one of two prize zones without causing him to fall off after 25 steps. The orange zone (16 - 21 steps) was for medium-value prize and the red zone (22 - 25 Steps) was for the car. Golf Clubs Won
Tuesday Hole in One or Two Instead of placing grocery items in proper order, the game was played in levels. The first level (The sixth price line) was for a small cash prize, the second level (The fourth price line) was for a bigger prize and the last level (The first price line) was for the car. Loss
Wednesday Five Price Tags This playing focused on Manuela's blooper; which was accidentally revealing the winning price. The trader was faced with five price tags. One of them was the price of the car offered in that playing. Then, contestant may take the sure thing (Which was present in the similar blooper style) and walk away. Choosing the right price won $20,000. Bailout
Thursday Master Key It was a two player game. Each contestant selected a key by number and model James tried each one out. Should one prize be won by the first player, it became out of play for the second player. Won
Friday Punch-A-Bunch Three separate players take up to three separate punches (One for the first, two for the second, and three for the last) at the punch board. They can either take the total money they punched, or take a sure thing. Player 1: Passed on $100 cash and wins $2,500 on Luxury Makeover
Player 2: Passed on Whistler, BC worth $8,210 and wins $1,100 cash
Player 3: Passed on $2,250 and got Zonked with a Chocolate Hot Tub

Week #2 (11/18-11/22/19, 890xK, aired out of order on 3/23-3/27/20) The Price is Right Edit

Day TPIR TPIR Rule Change Result
Monday Car Pong See Week #1's description. $1,750


Tuesday Smash for Cash See Week #1's description. $5,000


Wednesday Accelerator See Week #1's description. Won

(also won $1,700)

Thursday Gold Rush See Week #1's description. Loss
Friday Go for a Spin See Week #1's description. $500

Week #2 (3/23-3/27/20) Lets Make a Deal Edit

Day LMAD LMAD Rule Change Result
Monday Plinko The player was given two Plinko chips to start. The Price is Right host Drew Carey made an appearance with an envelope, with Jonathan and Tiffany also having envelopes. Each envelope had either 1, 2 or 3 additional Plinko chips. The Plinko board had a LMAD envelope and a Small Box on each of the $1,000 slots, however they were never landed on by a chip. $10,600


Tuesday Dice Game Played exactly the way it was on Price. However, because it's Let's Make a Deal, 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. Loss
Wednesday 3 Strikes Played for a Nissan Sentra valued at $21,485.

The price is revealed before the start of the game and the contestant was given $2,000 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 at a cost of $1,000 and the contestant can choose to pay and discard, or leave it in the bag.


(kept $2,000)

Thursday Cliff Hangers See Week #1's description. Loss
Friday Big Wheel This game is played with three players. Each contestant 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 of the nine envelopes that contain multiplier cards up to x100. (Example: 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 box. If the wheel lands on $1.00, the player is awarded $1,000 and a Bonus Spin. 1. Hot Tub w/Outdoor Sofa & Ottoman

2. Pair of Scooters

3. $170


Week #1Edit

Car Pong (May 9, 2016, #7531K)Edit

Go For A Spin (May 10, 2016, #7532K)Edit

Gold Rush (May 11, 2016, #7533K)Edit

Accelerator (May 12, 2016, #7534K)Edit

Smash for Cash (May 13, 2016, #7535K)Edit

Gold Rush from the Best of 2016 Special (December 30, 2016, #7745K)Edit

Week #2Edit

Car Pong (November 18, 2019, #8901K, aired out of order on March 23, 2020)Edit

Smash for Cash (November 19, 2019, #8902K, aired out of order on March 24, 2020)Edit

Accelerator (November 20, 2019, #8903K, aired out of order on March 25, 2020)Edit

Gold Rush (November 21, 2019, #8904K, aired out of order on March 26, 2020)Edit

Go For A Spin (November 22, 2019, #8905K, aired out of order on March 27, 2020)Edit

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