On The Price is Right, a specific winning graphic appears on the bottom of the screen for the folks at home. The winning graphics were used for certain pricing games after a win has occurred from a pricing game played for a cash prize. The winning graphics were also used when someone spins a total of $1.00 in 1 spin or a combination of 2 spins. The winning graphics also appear if the wheel stops on a green bonus space and a red bonus space.
Pricing Games[edit | edit source]
The following pricing games that would have used winning graphics would include:
- Balance Game (1)
- Bonus Game
- Bullseye (2)
- Cliff Hangers*
- Finish Line
- Fortune Hunter
- Gas Money
- Give or Keep
- Grocery Game
- Hi Lo
- Hit Me
- Hole in One (or Two)*
- Master Key
- Mystery Price
- Now....or Then
- On the Spot
- Penny Ante
- Secret 'X'*
- Shell Game*
- Step Up
- Super Ball!!
- $uper $aver
- Trader Bob
Trivia[edit | edit source]
- The asterisks signify the pricing games that were played for a cash prize during Big Money Week.
- When the show premiered as a video game for the Nintendo Wii, cash prizes were played for Check-Out, Penny Ante, Grocery Game, Cliff Hangers, Hole in One (or Two), Master Key, Shell Game & Bonus Game instead of grand prizes.
- Gas Money, Fortune Hunter, Super Ball, Step Up, & Pay the Rent was played for a cash prize but never used the winning graphic after a win occurred. Though Pay The Rent's bailout money of $5,000 & $10,000 was used.
- Rat Race, ½ Off and Grand Game's $100,000 winning graphic from big money week was used too.
- The rest of the pricing games were played for a grand prize but never had the contestant guess the retail price of the grand prize because it was already mentioned by the announcer.
- When Time is Money was brought back at the start of the 43rd season, the winning graphic wasn't used if a contestant fails to win $20,000 in under 10 seconds.
- In January 2015, the $20,000 graphic wasn't used but did from the show's 45th season from February 1, 2017.
- One time, a $20,000 winning graphic would appear for the 1st contestant to win their pricing game for Publishers Clearing House Week.
- One time, Grand Game was played for $11,000 to honor the 11,000th episode of the CBS soap opera, "The Young and the Restless" and its winning graphic was used because it was won.
Gallery[edit | edit source]
Grand Game[edit | edit source]
Half Off[edit | edit source]
It's in the Bag[edit | edit source]
Punch-A-Bunch[edit | edit source]
Showcase Showdown[edit | edit source]
Link[edit | edit source]
For a full look at the real winning graphics & the custom designed winning graphics, go to gameshows.wikia.com/wiki/The_Price_is_Right/Winning_Graphics.