The contestant is shown four prizes and a target price. They must select the two prizes whose prices total the target price to win all four prizes. If the total is incorrect, the contestant is given one more opportunity to pick the correct two, now knowing the prices of the two prizes they selected first. If the total still does not match the target price, he/she lost the game. If the total is correct on either chance, the contestant wins all four prizes. Unlike Pick-A-Pair, if the player uses their second chance, they don't have to keep one of the choices from their first selection.
When the game debuted on June 23, 1978 (#2875D, aired out of order on June 2, 1978), the game board was a square board, with an extra part behind it. Originally, the game board was pink with white trim, with the dollar signs and price slips white, the board covering the names of the prizes white with pink dots for each prize, the extra part in white, and the name of the game blue. Also there were two dollar signs at the top area. The colors were changed on March 11, 1983 (#4835D), with the board yellow, purple for the dollar signs and the price slips, orange for the board covering the prizes, and the trim of the board purple and yellow, with the name of the game in purple, and the extra part in a purple & orange color. And the two dollar signs at the top were replaced with one big dollar sign.
On April 16, 1997 (#0343K), the game board was changed to its current appearance. The font for the target price, prices/prizes was changed on October 22, 2009 (#4874K).
On December 3, 2008 (#4533K, aired out of order on November 26), the game was taken out of the rotation, but returned on October 22, 2009 (#4874K).
Starting on December 9, 2013 (#6521K, aired out of order on December 16) the game board was moved behind the curtain next to the first prize when revealing the four prizes, and then after the prize descriptions ended, the prop comes out to its usual position; this new staging is similar to Race Game a few days earlier.
So far, the show's logo on the game setup is still the one used from Bob Barker's era. There is still no straight answer on when the game is going to have the show's logo under Drew Carey's tenure.
Take Two was only played once on primetime TV and it was the only playing to receive a win.
Take Two has never been the first pricing game to be played on the show.
Take Two for a Gibson Microwave, a Chromcraft Dinette, a Hamilton Grandfather Clock, and a Quasar 19" Color TV (February 27, 1980, #3573D)Edit
Take Two for an Earth Stove Wood Stove, a Bernhardt Desk & Chair, a 6pc Starflite Luggage, and a Roper Electric Micro Range (November 3, 1980, #3851D)Edit
Sheldon's Take Two Christmas Eve Win (December 24, 1982, #4725D)Edit
First Playing with the Yellow Board (March 11, 1983, #4835D)Edit
Take Two for a Maverick Barbecue, a Secretary Decorator, a Honda MB5 Motorcycle and a Whirlpool Refrigerator (April 27, 1983, #4903D)Edit
Take Two for Tickets to 4 Los Angeles Teams (December 8, 1983, #5114D)Edit
Take Two as a Play Along Game #1 (May 14, 1986, #6123D)Edit
Take Two as a Play Along Game #2 (December 5, 1986, #6295D)Edit
Take Two for an Artwork, a Bar Set, a Set of Dayton-Hudson Santa Bears, and a GE Range (December 22, 1986, #6311D)Edit
Take Two as a Play Along Game #3 (February 2, 1987, #6361D)Edit
Take Two for Landis Silver & Crystal Bar Accessories, a Corsican Iron Cradle, a Goldstar Microwave Oven and an Emperor Grandfather Clock (February 6, 1987, #6365D)Edit
Take Two for 2 Power Wheels Toy ATV's, Broyhill Sofa Sleeper, Dinnerware, and a Refrigerator (July 1, 1988, #6935D)Edit
Take Two for a La-Z-Boy Sofa Bed, a Hoover Concept 2 Vacuum, a Gibson Range, and a Jewelry Armoire (January 16, 1990, #7502D)Edit
Take Two for a 5pc Dinette, A Set of Vitec Massagers, a Bassett Pie Safe Cabinet, and a Quinton Fitness Exercycle (March 12, 1993, #8735D)Edit
Last Win With Original Take Two Board (January 23, 1997, #0224K)Edit
Last Playing With the Original Take Two Board (March 6, 1997, #0284K)Edit
Second Playing With the Take Two Makeover (June 2, 1997, #0411K)Edit
Take Two for a Corsican Day Bed, an Iolite Saxophone, a Pair of Towne Square Rockers w/Ottomans, and a Hoover Vaccum (November 30, 2001, #1965K)Edit
Take Two for a Westley Allen Montana Day Bed, a Pair of Napoleon Patio Heaters, a Set of Black & Decker Home Appliances, and a Honda Elite 80 Motorscooter (December 3, 2003, #2703K)Edit
Take Two for a Deering Sierra Banjo, a Largo Jaclyn Smith Dining Group, a Ridgeway Westin Grandfather Clock, and a Disney Consumer Products - Back To Basics TV & Appliances (June 10, 2005, #3315K)Edit
Final Playing with Bob Barker (June 4, 2007, #4021K)Edit
Last Playing of Season 37 (December 3, 2008, #4533K, aired out of order on November 26)Edit
First Take Two Playing of 2009 (October 22, 2009, #4874K)Edit
First Take Two Win of Season 41 (February 28, 2013, #6244K)Edit
Take Two for an MSI 27" Touchscreeen Computer and Printer, 5 Kate Spade Purses, a Pair of MBS Mountainboards, and a Tuscan Chef Wood-Fired Pizza Oven (March 3, 2015, #7032K, aired out of order on April 7)Edit
Take Two for a Crystal Sauna 2-Person Sauna, 4 Pairs of Skullcandy Headphones with a Crosley Turntable & 5 LPs, a Kymco Mongoose 70S ATV, and a Stainless Side-by-Side Refrigerator Freezer (October 24, 2017, #8062K)Edit
Super Bowl Take Two (February 1, 2019, #8605K)Edit
Big Money Take Two (October 15, 2019, #8852K, aired out of order on October 18)Edit
Take Two for a Burberry 5pc Accessories, an iRobot Roomba Vacuum & Mop, a Schwinn Elliptical Trainer, and a 2-Person Infrared Sauna w/Pair of Robes (March 5, 2020, #9054K)Edit
Take Two for a Bowflex Treadmill, a Roland 'Serato' 2-Deck DJ System, a Bull Stainless Griddle Cart w/32pc Tool Set, and a Pair of 64GB 6" Smartphones (April 10, 2020, #9095K)Edit