Rating: 5.1 Moderate
Popularity:0
Difficulty:Easy
Year:1973
Players: 3-5 players
Playing time: 60 minutes
Age:8+

Created by: Travis Schario, Design Edge

Published by: Crown & Andrews Ltd., Éditions Gladius International, Inc., Editrice Giochi

Alternate Names: Antinale al Precio, Bruce's Price is Right, Le Juste Prix, Le Juste Prix Version Voyage, The New Price is Right

Description:

Seven different versions of the game exist but all work the same way: One player acts as host to set up the puzzles and verify correct answers. The other players make bids on prizes.

The player who bids closest without going over plays a pricing game against the house for more prizes. (The television series rotates over seventy different games. Some home game editions contains as many as forty-five games; some as few as six).

The finale is called the Showcase Round. The two players involved may be the players with the highest scores or it may be the players who won their respective Showcase Showdowns. (It depends on the edition of the game).

Each player has three prizes. Each guesses what the total value of one's own three prizes is.

The person who guesses closer without going over is the winner.

Prices:
Retail Price:$12
Ebay:$12

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