This episode is a fantastic example of how you could be rewarded for watching everyday despite some tricky setups designed to trip up most people and save dollars on the budget (though how much would budget control be an issue back in this day given far more of the prizes would have been sponsored?)
Let's look at Danger Price, and was there any other time they offered the four sets of season tickets in this game? Unlike Race Game, where even if you just throw down the prices wherever you could win yourself the game if you can move fast enough, you're basically stuck unless they were kind to you and made the football tickets the Danger Price (because they'd always be the least expensive, and of course, that's not the Danger Price today). If you watched regularly enough to get a grasp on these ticket prices, you could have been handsomely rewarded for an otherwise difficult setup.
And then Jay goes and plays Race game in the same show.
This is the second episode recently shared from around this time where all the choices in Five Price Tags were true, and it's now making me wonder just when the rule against choices being all "one way" was implemented. I can't say Jay was shooting for a wipeout here, but he didn't want you to get any more than two picks if that. Either way, I am glad Shelley managed to jive the Jay.