The Price Is Right Salutes have identical red-white-and-blue Big Doors, a patriotic mural on the Turntable (except for the inner panel, which is not changed at all), red-green-blue-yellow curtains surrounding the entire audience, a flag hanging in the back of the audience, and darker, glittery doorframes with a blue backing. Additionally, there are several patriotic set decorations, and the seal of the saluted organization appears on the stage floor in front of Contestants' Row.
The Price Is Right Salutes open with the branch's band playing a patriotic tune as the announcer reads a speech about them, followed by, "now, here we go with the first four contestants on The Price Is Right!" The bands also play during the credits.
The Price Is Right Salutes have a special version of the show's logo, which changes on each episode to reflect the group being saluted. Pre-Showcase Showdown plugs use a consistent version of this logo with no mention of who is being saluted.
The Price Is Right Salutes frequently feature greetings from overseas troops to "the folks back home" while going to commercial after pricing games and Showcase Showdowns; when they occur after Showcase Showdowns, the show's theme is played instead of Dig We Must.
Begining with The Price Is Right Salutes, primetime shows now have special lighting that displays stars on the Turntable and the Big Doors; during Showcase Showdowns, the stars blink in sync with the Big Wheel's beeps.