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One Wrong Price is the opposite name of One Right Price.

Gameplay[]

  • Three prizes with prices are displayed: two of the prizes have the right prices, but one does not; that price is wrong. All the contestant has to do is to choose the prize with the wrong price and win all three prizes.

History[]

  • On December 13, 2003 (#013SP), The Price Is Right Million Dollar Spectacular: Bob's Birthday Party, the game was played for 3 automobiles and it was won. To view the full footage, click on the video link below. The title mistakenly says that Triple Play was played.
  • On October 21, 2013 (#6461K, aired out of order on October 7), a contestant named Devon Bollinger won a $20,000 bonus for being the first person on stage to win their pricing game during PCH week. It was played in the fourth slot.
  • On July 6, 2015 (#7201K, aired out of order on July 3), the losing horns were not played. It was also the only pricing game fully lost in that episode other than winning the money not the car on Money Game and a $4,000 bailout after the second roll on Let 'Em Roll.
  • On June 20, 2017 (#7992K), during the Summer Beach Party special, One Wrong Price was renamed One Sarong Price.
  • On November 22, 2017 (#8103K), the Thanksgiving College Rivals episode, Vincent Winston (Oklahoma) failed to win all of those prizes, and Sara Hamilton (Texas) ended up with $1,000.
  • On November 27, 2019 (#8913K), the Thanksgiving College Rivals episode, Leigh Anna Frye (University of Virginia) failed to win all of those prizes, and Eric Avissar (Virginia Tech) ended up with $1,000.
  • On December 22, 2020 (#9242K, aired out of order on December 23), the game was played for three cars, one displayed behind each door, and Drew and contestant Susan Slade were standing at the turntable to play it. Unfortunately, it was lost.

Trivia[]

  • The most number of times this game was played in any season was 33.
  • This game has elements of Most Expensive, Double Prices and Danger Price.
  • Statistically speaking, the odds of winning this game are 1/3, or 33.33%.
  • This game and Five Price Tags are the only pricing games that do not have its name anywhere on the props.
  • One Wrong Price was one of five "new" pricing games are seen on the ninth/tenth taping session of Season 36, which was seen on November 29, 2007 (#4104K), December 5, 2007 (#4113K), December 10, 2007 (#4121K, aired out of order on November 19), January 8, 2008 (#4132K), January 14, 2008 (#4141K, aired out of order on January 17), and January 25, 2008 (#4155K).

Gallery[]

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YouTube Video[]

Primetime One Wrong Price Three Car Playing (incorrectly stated that it was "Triple Play") (The Price Is Right Million Dollar Spectacular: Bob's Birthday Party on December 13, 2003, #013SP)

1990s Pricing Games
Gallery Game | Swap Meet | Pick-A-Number | Switch? | Buy or Sell | Magic Number | Cover Up | Joker | Side by Side | Make Your Mark/Barker's Markers | Freeze Frame | Split Decision | Shopping Spree | Eazy as 1-2-3 | It's in the Bag | Fortune Hunter | Line 'Em Up | Clearance Sale | One Wrong Price | Push Over | Let 'Em Roll