To kinda add to what everyone else has said and to put the easiness of this game into perspective:

There are 6 total permutations of the three tags. If, for each permutation of tags, we let the first tag be what is put in front of the car, the second the one put in front of the cash, and the third the unchosen one:

- (CAR, $$, 0) wins both prizes
- (CAR, 0, $$) wins only the car
- ($$, 0, CAR) loses
- ($$, CAR, 0) loses
- (0, CAR, $$) loses
- (0, $$, CAR) wins only the cash

Meaning that, with random guessing, you have a 50% chance of winning at minimum one of a car or more cash that what is offered as the

**grand prize** in Grand Game and 1/2 Off, including about a 16.667% (1/6) chance of winning both -- in other words, this game is WAY too easy considering the prizes on offer, a problem which can be eliminated by, first and foremost, scrapping the car and cash and replacing them with regular prizes like what gamesurf mentioned, as a 50% chance of winning something like a $3,500 fridge and/or $2,500 computer is MUCH more reasonable than a 50% chance of winning a car and/or five-digit cash amount with a 1/6 chance of winning both (though in this new case, you'd then end up with a 2-prizer with a 1/6 chance of winning both prizes compared to, AFAIK, the 1/2 chance of winning both prizes in every single 2-prizer except Magic, the same as winning at least one prize, but not necessarily both prizes, in this game). This also fixes the issue that PimpinJC touched on: that putting a price tag on a completely arbitrary amount of cash is purely based on (pseudo) luck but is disguised as requiring actual pricing knowledge. None of the games on the actual show with actual luck-based elements (or pseudo-luck-based, like those in which stuff is "randomly" predetermined by producers beforehand like Punch and Half) disguise their luck-based portions as pricing-based, and no game SHOULD do so either. For every luck-based portion of the games on the show, the randomness/luck is specifically the POINT, and to disguise it as anything else, and ESPECIALLY to disguise it as based on actual pricing knowledge when in fact there is no actual concrete price TO know, just some random amount of cash determined backstage before the show, would be very questionable at best.