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Aussie Price (2003)
« on: April 24, 2020, 02:09:41 AM »
Shawn: It's time for Australia's favorite game show! 30 minutes of fun and fantastic prizes, are you ready to play?

Sheree Duntley
John Bern
Karen Hindo
Nicole White

You're the first four contestants on The Price Is Right! Now, here's everybody's favorite host, Larry Emdur!

The first item up for bids is a weekend getaway package from the Hilton Group.

Sheree: $460
John: $520*
Karen: $180
Nicole: $328

Actual price: $580

John is playing Cover Up for an Ignis from Suzuki.

The wrong price is: $33,275

The possible numbers are:
First: 1, 2
Second: 6, 8, 5
Third: 9, 0, 3, 4
Fourth: 2, 6, 4, 1, 3
Fifth: 4, 0, 7, 9, 8, 2

John's first guess at the price is $18,460.  (only the 1 is right)
He now tries for $16,949. (none of the numbers are right)

*LOSS*

Actual price: $15,014

The next contestant is:
Heath Butler

The second item up for bids is a clock and barometer set from Cobb and Co.

Sheree: $280*
Heath: $460
Karen: $465
Nicole: $540

Actual price: $349

Sheree is playing Dice Game for a piano from Beale Pianos (with Francis Greenslade by the piano, describing the prize).

There are no numbers given for free since it's just a 4-digit price.
     
Sheree rolls the 5. (wrong)
She says the first number is lower.

-      -      -      -
5   
*     -      -      -

Her next roll is a 3. (wrong)
She says the second number is higher.

-     *      -      -
5    3
*     -      -      -

Another 5 on the third die. (wrong)
She says the third number is lower.

-     *      -      -
5    3     5
*     -      *      -

Sheree rolls the 1 on her last die. (wrong)
It's automatically higher.

-     *      -      *
5    3     5     1
*     -      *      -

The first number in the price is:

-     *      -      *
5    3     5     1
3     -     *      -

The second number in the price is:

-     6      -      *
5    3     5     1
3     -     *      -

If she gets the third number right, she wins the piano:

-     6      -      *
5    3     5     1
3     -     1      -

*WIN!*

Actual price: $3,615

The final contestant is:
Paul Belville

The final item up for bids is a cordless telephone from Telstra (the prize goes down from the ceiling).

Paul: $356
Heath: $190
Karen: $195
Nicole: $230*

Actual price: $320

Nicole is playing Bump (with a Sydney Harbour Bridge graphic) for a sports package from Kookaburra Sport and a learning package from World Book.

The price on the sports gear: $1,276
The price on the children's package: $1,159
The price on the end buses: $1,020

Nicole bumps the buses to the left, making the price of the sports gear $1,159 and the price of the children's package $1,020.

Actual prices:
sports gear: $1,020
children's package: $1,276

*LOSS*

Contestants not appearing on stage receives a Price Is Right hat and shirt from GPI Corporate and a microwave oven from Tiffany.



SHOWCASE PLAYOFF

The two contestants with the highest winnings (Sheree and John) play the Showcase Playoff.

Larry states that the showcase tonight is a "retro" showcase.

The showcase has:
a retro radio from Resurrection Radio
a golden gentleman's watch from Longines
a billiard-dining table set from Prestige Billiards
a Beatles cel from Silver K Fine Art
a retro CD package from Universal Music
a jukebox from Wurlitzer Australia; and
a pinball machine from Pinball Mania

Actual price: $27,687

The price is between $27,600 and $27,700.

Sheree - $27,620 - HIGHER
John - $27,650 - HIGHER
Sheree - $27,670 - HIGHER
John - $27,690 - LOWER
Sheree - $27,680 - HIGHER
John - $27,685 - HIGHER
Sheree - $27,689 - LOWER
John - $27,687 - RIGHT!

The prizes are arranged randomly on the board:

1   RADIO   
2   WATCH   
3   BILLIARDS
4   CEL
5   CDs
6   PINBALL
7   JUKEBOX           $ 12500

The jukebox is locked in as the most expensive prize on the board.

John's goal is to arrange the remaining prizes from least expensive to most expensive. He placed them in this order:

1   CDs                    $
2   RADIO                $
3   WATCH              $
4   BILLIARDS         $
5   CEL                     $
6   PINBALL            $
7   JUKEBOX           $ 12500

Larry now reveals the prices (not in order).

The CDs are worth:
1   CDs                    $      637

The pinball machine is worth:
6   PINBALL            $    3000

The watch is worth:
3   WATCH              $    2255

The radio is worth:
2   RADIO                $      395

*buzz*

*LOSS*

1   CDs                    $       637
2   RADIO                $      395
3   WATCH              $    2255
4   BILLIARDS         $    7200
5   CEL                     $    1700
6   PINBALL            $    3000
7   JUKEBOX           $ 12500

John didn't win the showcase, but goes away with a weekend getaway package valued at $580! :lock:
« Last Edit: April 24, 2020, 02:13:21 AM by barkerfan05 »