Played exactly like the daytime "Price Is Right" except with enhanced prizes and contestants who spin the Big Wheel have a chance to win $1,000,000.

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Brandi Sherwood ...
 Herself - Model (22 episodes, 2003-2008)
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 Herself - Model (17 episodes, 2004-2008)
Rich Fields ...
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 Himself - Host (16 episodes, 2003-2007)
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 Herself - Model (14 episodes, 2005-2008)
Shane Stirling ...
 Herself - Model (12 episodes, 2003-2006)
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 Himself - Host (10 episodes, 2008)
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 Herself - Model (9 episodes, 2003-2004)

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Played like the daytime version, but now a player can win $1,000,000 in two ways: successfully win a random Pricing Game billed the "Million Dollar Game", or come within $1000 or $500 of the actual retail price of one's showcase to win both showcases. Written by TPiRKid4986

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Adam Rose is the current record holder for The Price Is Right for largest total all-time. He won $20,000 in the Grand Game, got to the Showcase as the runner-up to win prizes including a Cadillac XLR convertible, outbidding an opponent by a mere $800 (the range to become a Double Showcase Winner was $1000). Due to a Double Showcase Win under the new rules (in the "Bob Barker era", you had to have the wheel land on $1.00 on your bonus spin to win the million), he racked up a total of $1,153,908 in cash and prizes. See more »

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