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Opening SpielsEdit

Original VersionEdit

NBC Daytime: "Today, these four bargain hunters match their shopping skills as (sponsor's pootis products) present... The Price is Right, the exciting game of bidding, buying, and bargaining."

NBC Primetime: "Tonight, these four people meet to compete for the prizes of a lifetime on... The Price is Right."

ABC Daytime: "Today, (celebrity name) bids for prizes with these contestants on The Price is Right."

ABC Primetime: "Backstage are some of the most exciting prizes on television. On our panel tonight is (superlatives; celebrity name). Stand by for The Price is Right!"

Current VersionEdit

September 4, 1972 (Premiere): Johnny: A fortune in fabulous prizes may go to these people today, if they know when The Price is Right! Sandy Flornour, stand up! Paul Levine, stand up! Connie Dunnall, stand up! Myra Carter, stand up! And all four of you, come on down; you're the first contestants on The New Price is Right! And now, here is the star of The New Price is Right, Bob Barker!

September 5, 1972-September 8, 1972: Johnny: A fortune in fabulous prizes may go to these people today, if they know when The Price is Right! (insert contestant names), stand up! Come on down and play The New Price is Right! And now here is the star of The New Price is Right, Bob Barker!

September 12, 1972-October 31, 1975: Johnny: (From Television City in Hollywood) a fortune in fabulous prizes may go to these people today, if they know when The Price is Right! (insert contestant names), come on down! You are the first four contestants on The (New) Price is Right! And now, here is the star of The (New) Price is Right, Bob Barker!

1972-1980 Syndicated: Johnny: A fortune in fabulous prizes may go to these people tonight if they know when The Price is Right! (insert contestant names), Come on Down! You are the first four contestants on The (New) Price is Right. And now, here is the star of The New Price is Right, Dennis James!

1980 Syndicated: Johnny: Right now, an audience is sparkling with excitement; a fortune in fabulous prizes may be theirs tonight if they know when The Price is Right! (insert contestant names), Come on Down! You are the first four contestants on The Price is Right! And now, here is the star of the nighttime Price is Right, Bob Barker!

November 3, 1975: Johnny: Starting today, here it comes! The first big hour-long show in television, the fabulous new 60-minute Price is Right!

November 4, 1975-March 4, 1977: Johnny: And here it comes, the first big hour-long show in television, the fabulous new 60-minute Price is Right!

1985-1986 Syndicated (1): Johnny/Rod: Here it is, all new and this audience is sparkling with excitement; because a fortune in fabulous prizes may be theirs if they know when The Price is Right! (Insert contestant names), COME ON DOWN! You are the first four contestants on The Price is Right! And now, here is the star of the nighttime Price is Right, Tom Kennedy!

1985-1986 Syndicated (2): Johnny/Rod: Here it is, all new, a show that's sparkling with excitement; because a fortune in fabulous prizes may be won tonight if The Price is Right! (Insert contestant names), COME ON DOWN! You are the first four contestants on The Price is Right! And now, here is the star of the nighttime Price is Right, Tom Kennedy!

1986 Primetime Special: Rod: Here it comes! With fantastic new prizes! Television's most exciting hour! The fabulous 60-minute Price is Right special! (insert contestant names) COME ON DOWN! You are the first four contestants on this special Price is Right! And now, your host for this special hour, the star of The Price is Right, Bob Barker!

Doug Davidson Spiel: Get set, America! It's time to Come on Down! From Studio 33 in Hollywood, home of America's favorite game and the world's most fabulous prizes, it's The New Price is Right! Here's the host of The New Price is Right, Doug Davidson!

March 7, 1977-April 9, 1998: Johnny/Rod: Here it comes, television's most exciting hour of fantastic prizes, the fabulous 60-minute Price is Right! (insert contestant names), COME ON DOWN! You are the first four contestants on The Price is Right! And now, here is the star of The Price is Right, Bob Barker!

April 10, 1998-September 18, 2009: Rod/Rich: Here it comes, from the Bob Barker Studio at CBS in Hollywood, television's most exciting hour of fantastic prizes, the fabulous 60-minute Price is Right! (insert contestant names), COME ON DOWN! You are the first four contestants on The Price Is Right! And now, here is the star of The Price is Right, Bob Barker/Drew Carey! 

30th Anniversary Special (January 31, 2002): Rod: They came by the thousands from all across America to celebrate the 30th Anniversary of The Price is Right on CBS! And the party is in LAS VEGAS! Yes, we're in Las Vegas at Harrah's fabulous Rio! The beautiful Salma Theater is filled to overflowing with people hoping to COME ON DOWN and win fantastic prizes on television's most exciting hour! Here it comes, The Price is Right 30th Anniversary Special! Joshua Bubeck, Come on Down! Laurine Burnett, Come on Down! Kristen Boswell, Come on Down! And Linda Yeager, Come on Down! Oh! You are the first four contestants on The Price is Right! And now, here is the star of The Price is Right 30th Anniversary Special, Bob Barker!  

Million Dollar Spectacular (Barker era): Bob: (insert opening statement)/It's The Price is Right Million Dollar Spectacular, come on down! Rod/Rich: It's the happiest hour on television, The Price is Right Million Dollar Spectacular! For more than three decades on CBS, America has learned to love The Price is Right and make people winners! (And) Here we go!/Let's get it on! (insert contestants names) COME ON DOWN! You are the first four contestants tonight on The Price is Right Million Dollar Spectacular! And now, here is the star of The Price is Right, BOB BARKER!  

Million Dollar Spectacular (Carey era): Tonight, from the Bob Barker Studio at CBS in Hollywood, a very special primetime edition of America's longest running game show, thousands of prizes, fabulous cars, and millions of dollars can all be won tonight on The Price is Right Million Dollar Spectacular! (insert contestant names) COME ON DOWN! You are the first four contestants on The Price Is Right/tonight on the Price Is Right Million Dollar Spectacular! And now, here is the star of The Price Is Right/The Price Is Right Million Dollar Spectacular, Drew Carey! 

Gameshow Marathon Spiel: Here it comes! From Television City, it's an hour of fantastic prizes, for our first episode of Gameshow Marathon. Let's play The Price is Right! Paige Davis, COME ON DOWN! Kathy Najimy, COME ON DOWN! Tim Meadows, COME ON DOWN! And Lance Bass, COME ON DOWN! You are the first four contestants on The Price is Right! And now, here's your host, Ricki Lake!

September 21, 2009-Present: Rich/George: Here it comes! From the Bob Barker Studio at CBS in Hollywood, it's The Price is Right! (insert contestant names) COME ON DOWN! You are the first four contestants on The Price is Right! And now, here's your host, Drew Carey!

Halfway Point SpielsEdit

1975-2005: "(There's/There is) More Price is Right coming up." - said by Bob Barker

1975-2005: "Stay tuned for more pricing games and the fabulous showcases [which are (all)] coming up on the second half of The Price is Right!" - Announcer

2005-present: "(We have/There are) More pricing games coming up on the second half of The Price is Right." - Said by Bob Barker in early season 34 and season 35 and carried on by Drew Carey

QuotesEdit

"Oh, my! Thank you. Thank you so much. Welcome to The New Price is Right and let me assure you fans of the old Price is Right, that is your favorite game still based on the pricing of merchandise, with wonderful awards for smart shoppers. We call it The New Price is Right, because we have some exciting new games that you'll enjoy right there at home, with our studio audience. And we're going to get that first game going right now. Here's the first item up for bids on The New Price is Right." - (September 4, 1972, Premiere Show & September 21, 2015, Season 44 Premiere Decades Week)

"That's right. Now I want one bid from each of you and only one bid, and the one of you who bids nearest to the retail price without going over the retail price, wins the fur coat. Now we have rounded off our bids... we have rounded off our prices that is to the nearest dollar. So make your bids in dollars and dollars only. And we'll begin with you Connie. What do you bid for that fur coat?" - The First Ever Explanation of the Rules of One Bid

"And gee I hope you had a good time out there at home. And if you like to play Price is Right yourself, you know we take these contestants out of our studio audience and we'll always have a place for you when you get out here to Hollywood. Bob Barker saying, 'Goodbye, everybody!'" - (September 5, 1972, Second Show)

"Thank you, thank you, thank you. Well, welcome once again to The New Price is Right. You heard Johnny call the contestants "Come on Down," I'm calling you folks at home to come to the television set. It's time again for another exciting show where... pricing items can bring fabulous prizes. Are you ready? Here's the first item going up for bids on here The New Price is Right." - (September 4, 1972 (VTR), Dennis James)

"Well hello there! Very kind of you! Welcome to The Nighttime Price is Right! We're all set to go!" - (September 9, 1985, Tom Kennedy's Primetime Premiere)

"Oh! Oh my goodness! Thank you! Thanks very much! Thanks very much! Thank you! Thank you! Alright! I thank the United States Navy, I thank Cal State, Los Angeles! Welcome to The Price is Right! We are here for one purpose only, and that is to make you all rich and famous! (applause and cheers) Let's get started! Burton, I need a contestant right this very second!" - (September 12, 1994, Doug Davidson's Primetime Premiere)

"Now folks, I want to thank you very much for inviting me into your homes for the last 50 years. I am deeply grateful. And please remember, help control the pet population, have your pets spayed or neutered! Goodbye, everybody!" - (June 15, 2007, Bob Barker's Final Show)

"Hey, welcome to The Price Is Right! Wow! Thank you! Thank you! Thank you! Thank you very much! Welcome to The Price Is Right, I'm Drew Carey. Oh, yeah! Thanks! I can't stop 'em. I can't stop 'em from applauding. It's gonna be okay. I swear. All right. Rich? (RICH: Yes, sir) What's our first item up for bids today on The Price Is Right?" - (Drew Carey's First Taped Show aired November 27, 2007)

"Hi everybody! Thanks Gabrielle! Good luck guys! How we doin'? Hello! How's it goin'? Welcome to The Price is Right, happiest place on earth! Look at this place! Just fantastic! Rich Fields (RICH: Yes, sir), what's our first item up for bids today on The Price is Right?"-  (October 15, 2007, Drew Carey's First Aired Show)

"Thank you everybody! Hi Rich Fields. Welcome to America with Price is Right 37th season greatest game show in the world. Good luck to all four of you. Hello crowd! This is why we lasted so long cause of the crowds like this. Let me tell you, greatest crowds in the world. Rich Fields, what's the first item up for bids today on The Price is Right?" - (September 22, 2008, 37th Season premiere)

CatchphrasesEdit

"Come on Down!" - Announcer

"Welcome to The Price is Right! Thank you! I thank you for that (wonderful) welcome!" - Bob Barker

"Good evening folks! Tonight, CBS is (insert occasion for million dollar spectacular)" - Bob Barker (opening for Million Dollar Spectaculars)

"Hey everybody, what's going on? Welcome to The Price is Right/the show! We got (insert model's name) with us today! How are we doing out there (in the audience)? Good luck to the four of you! Hi, Rich Fields/Please say hi to my friend/our announcer, George Gray! Rich/George: Good Morning Drew! How are you today?" - Drew Carey

One BidEdit

"Johnny/Rod/Rich..."

  • What's the next name on your list?
  • Who's our next player?
  • Will you fetch/give us another player, please?
  • Who's coming on down [this time]?
  • Who gets the vacant spot in Contestants' Row?

- Bob Barker coming out of the commercial break after every pricing game and after the first Showcase Showdown; 1972-2007)

  • "The time has come for us to meet..."
  • "We are about to meet..."
  • "The name of our next player is..."

- Bob Barker (coming out of the commercial break after every pricing game and after the first Showcase Showdown; 1972-2007 on occasion)

"Welcome back (, everybody,) to The Price Is Right."

  • Rich (Fields)/George (Gray), how about another contestant/who's next up/up next, please?" - Drew Carey (coming out of the commercial break after every pricing game and after the first Showcase Showdown; 2007-present)
  • "Let's get another contestant down here. Rich/George, what do you say?"

- Drew Carey (coming out of the commercial break after every pricing game and after the first Showcase Showdown; 2007-present)

"(insert name) Come on Down! You're the next contestant on The Price Is Right!" - Announcer

"Here's/here is the first/next item up for bids" - Bob Barker/Drew Carey

"Next prize, please" - Drew Carey

"Everybody, look up, as the first/next prize comes/is coming on down..." - Announcer (when the prize comes down from the ceiling during the One Bid Round)

"Back up you go!" - Drew Carey (when the prize goes away to the ceiling after the announcer describes during the One Bid Round)

"The Price Is Right Train is bringing you the first/next prize..." - Announcer (when the prize comes in from the train during the One Bid Round)

"The Price Is Right Tugboat is bringing you the first/next prize..." - Announcer (when the prize comes in from the tugboat during the One Bid Round)

"Here's (insert Model name) coming down the Bidders' Row..." - Announcer (when the prize comes in from the Model showing to the Bidders' Row during One Bid Round)

"Around on the Turntable, we've got (Insert Model)..." - Announcer (when the prize comes in from the Turntable during the One Bid Round)

"And the winner of this (insert One Bid prize) goes a supply of (insert special product). (insert description of Product sponsor)." - Announcer (when the winner of the prize in the One Bid goes a supply of the Product sponsor in the Barker era) (1972-2007)

"That [prize] will go to the one of you four who bids nearest to the actual retail price without going over. (Insert name), what do you bid? - Bob Barker on the first item up for bids (1972-2007)

"We want you to bid on that [prize] in dollars because we round off the retail prices to the nearest dollar." - Bob Barker on the first item up for bids in early episodes.

"That [prize] back in [year] all right and whoever comes/gets closet to the original retail price without going over, is goes on/gets to play for our Showcase." - Doug Davidson (1994-1995 The Price WAS Right)

"That [prize] goes to whoever bids closest to the actual retail price without going over. (Insert name), (welcome to the show.) we're gonna start with you. (What do you say?)" - Drew Carey on the first item/prize up for bids (2007-present)

"His/her/(Insert name)'s bid is (insert amount)." - Bob Barker

"(insert name) says (insert amount)." - Drew Carey

"(insert name), you only have one chance to bid. (The rest of you, this is your last chance to bid.") Here's the prize." - Drew Carey on the sixth and final item up for bids.

"CONTESTANT: What's the highest bid? HOST: The highest bid is (insert highest bid)." - Host (to the Contestant thinks what's the highest bid that the other contestant bid during the One Bid Round; 1972-present)

"CONTESTANT: What was/were the bid[s]? HOST: We have (Insert one to three bids)." - Host (to the Contestant asking for the bids that the other contestant bid earlier during the One Bid Round; 1972-present)

"(insert previous bid)? No, you can't do that, (previous contestant) bid (previous bid)." - Host reminding a contestant not to bid the same as another contestant (1972-present)

"(Buzzer sounding) You've/You have all overbid. The lowest bid is (insert lowest bid). Erase the/these bids, please. Go lower than (insert lowest bid), (insert name). - Bob Barker when all four contestants overbid and must restart lower than the lowest bid during the One Bid Round (1972-2007).

"(Buzzer sounding) Everybody's/Everybody is/went over. (The) Lowest bid is (insert lowest bid). Erase all the bids (please). (insert name), start again; lower than (insert lowest bid). - Drew Carey when all four contestants overbid and must restart lower than the lowest bid during the One Bid Round (2007-present).

"(Bell ringing) One of you is exactly right. The contestant who bid exactly right will receive a $100/$500/$1,000 Bonus. The $100/$500/$1,000 Bonus goes to the contestant who bid (insert target bid). - Bob Barker when one of the four contestants bid exactly right during the One Bid Round (1977-2007).

"(Bell ringing) Somebody got it/the bid right on the nose and gets an extra $500. And that is the person that bid (insert target bid)." - Drew Carey when one of the four contestants bid exactly right during the One Bid round (2007-present).

"[And the] Actual Retail Price [of the (insert prize)] is..." - Host During One Bid

"[And the] (insert prize) goes for..." - Drew Carey During One Bid on some early episodes

"[And] The winner is (insert name)!/(Insert name) has won/is the winner!" - Bob Barker during One Bid

"(Insert name), you win/you are the winner, come on up here!" - Drew Carey during One Bid

"(insert name), come up on stage with me and we'll play a pricing game." - Bob Barker

"Come on up here, (insert name). Right here with me!" - Drew Carey

"That (insert color) spot is the hot/lucky spot today." - Drew Carey (when the contestant who got the 2nd and later called in to Come on Down and immediately got up on stage)

"(insert name), one of our First Four Contestants has won his/her way up on stage!" - Bob Barker (when one of the First Four Contestants has won the prize during the second half of the One Bid Round; 1975-2007)

"(insert name), One of the Originals/Original Four! Finally made it on stage!" - Drew Carey (when one of the First Four Contestants has won the prize during the second half of the One Bid Round; 2007-present)

"(insert name), been here the whole show. This is your last chance." - Drew Carey (when a First Four contestant is on his/her last chance to get up on stage)

"(insert name) has been in Contestants' Row since I came through the Big Doors/the very beginning/for the entire hour, and now has won his/her way up on stage at the last possible moment." - Bob Barker when a final First Four contestant wins the sixth and final item up for bids during the One Bid Round from 1975-2007

Pricing GamesEdit

"And here is your $100/$500 bonus!" - Bob Barker (after someone gave a perfect bid in contestants row before playing a pricing game; 1977-2007)

"Look what I have for you! $500!" - Drew Carey (after someone gave a perfect bid in contestants row before playing a pricing game; 2007-present)

"I have a wonderful prize for you to win! Look behind those doors/what you can win/what we have for you! Johnny/Rod/Rich?" - Bob Barker (playing for a prize before a contestant plays a pricing game; 1972-2007)

"Rich/George, what do we have for (insert name)?" - Drew Carey (playing for a prize before a contestant plays a pricing game; 2007-present)

"It's a new (insert prize)." - Announcer

"(insert name), you're going to play (insert pricing game)." - Bob Barker (1972-2007)

"(insert name) can win (insert prize) by playing (insert pricing game)." - Bob Barker (1972-2007 on occasion)

"(insert name), we're playing a game called (insert pricing game)." - Drew Carey (2007-present)

"(insert name), the game is called (insert pricing game)." - Drew Carey (on occasion; 2008-present)

Punch-A-BunchEdit

"(insert name), you have a chance to win $10,000/$25,000 (in cash)!" - Price Is Right announcer before Punch-A-Bunch is played

"I'm gonna give you a chance to win four Punches and four prizes." - Bob Barker during Punch-A-Bunch

"(Contestant), you can have up to four punches, but you cannot have a free punch and you can have your punches by knowing the prices over by (insert model) - Drew Carey during Punch-A-Bunch

"Punch out (insert number) hole(s), and do NOT pull out the slip in the hole." - Bob Barker during Punch-A-Bunch

"Punch out (insert number) hole(s), but don't pull out the slip until you're done punching out all the holes." - Drew Carey during Punch-A-Bunch

PlinkoEdit

"(Contestant), you are going to play Plinko! For a chance to win up to $25,000/$50,000/$100,000!" - Price Is Right/Price Is Right Million Dollar Spectacular announcer before Plinko is played

"I'll give you one (free) Plinko Chip. I'm gonna give you a chance to win four Plinko Chips and four prizes." - Bob Barker during Plinko

"Here's a Plinko chip, it's worth up to $5,000/$10,000/$20,000! You can have four more by knowing the prices of these prizes over by (insert model)" - Drew Carey during Plinko

"Now that is not (shown price). Is the (first number) the first number in the price, or is the (last number) the last number in the price? Which one is right? - Bob Barker during the pricing portion of Plinko

"That's not (shown price). Does the price start with a (first number) or end with a (last number)? - Drew Carey during the pricing portion of Plinko

"The lovely (Insert model) will give you (insert number) Plinko Chip(s) to go with the one you have." - Bob Barker during Plinko

"Here comes (insert model) to give you the Plinko Chip(s) you won to go with the one you already have." - Drew Carey

"Take the chips and go up those steps to the top of the board. You'll see the same numbers up here that we see down here. Hold one Plinko chip flat against the board, and let it go/release it!" - Bob Barker when he told the contestant what to do with the Plinko Chips

"Alright, you have (insert number) of chips, so take them and go on up the stairs. Remember, put your chip (one at a time) flat against the board and let it drop!" - Drew Carey when he told the contestant what to do with the Plinko Chips

Grand GameEdit

"(Insert name), you have a chance to win up to $10,000/$20,000 (in cash)!" - Price Is Right announcer before the Grand Game is played.

"$10,000/$20,000. But you have to start with just $1.00/$2.00. Now, what's the target price today, please? (Insert target price). There are six products in the price. You pick out the products that are less than (insert target price). (The other two are more than [insert target price]) (Johnny/Rod/Rich,) What are the products today?" - Bob Barker explaning about the Grand Game

"Let's start you off with $1.00/$2.00. The target price today is... (insert target price). What that means is out of all these six grocery items, four of them have a price less than (insert target price). (The other two have a price more than [insert target price]). If you pick four of them that are less than (insert target price), I'll give you $10,000/$20,000. Rich/George, tell us all about the grocery items, please?" - Drew Carey explaining about the Grand Game

"Now, (insert name), you have $1,000/$2,000. You can quit right now, or you can keep going and pick out the one remaining price of less than (insert target price). If you do, you win $10,000/$20,000. If you don't, you lose the $1,000/$2,000." - Bob Barker (whenever the contestant guessed the first three products correctly, gets either to keep the $1,000/$2,000 or risk in an all-or-nothing game)

"Now, (insert name), you can keep your $1,000/$2,000 and stop at anytime. But I'll give you $10,000/$20,000 if you get this next one. There's three to choose, but only one of them has less than (insert target price). But I have to tell/remind you, that if you get this next one wrong, you lose everything." - Drew Carey (whenever the contestant guessed the first three products correctly, gets either to keep the $1,000/$2,000 or risk in an all-or nothing game)

Range GameEdit

"The range finder will move slowly up the scale. When you believe the price of that (prize) is in the area, you press the/this red button. If you're right, you will win that (prize)." - Bob Barker

"This little red area will keep going up and up really slowly. When you see the price of the (prize) in the red range, you hit the button. You only hit it once! If you're right, you win the (prize)." - Drew Carey

"Don't press the red button until you want to stop the range finder, because we can't start it again for 37 hours." - Bob Barker on when to press the red button to stop the range finder in the Range Game

"Start the range finder for (insert contestant) please." - Bob Barker before Range Game started

"Start it up!" - Drew Carey before Range Game started

Clock GameEdit

"You have 30 seconds to guess the price of the items. I will either say higher or lower until you get the price correct. Now, if you guess both items correctly within 30 seconds, you will receive a bonus prize and a $1,000/5,000 cash bonus!" - Bob Barker

"You're gonna have 30 seconds to guess the prices of the two items over there. Guess what you think the price is. I'll say higher or lower until you get it right. Here's the catch, if you get both items within 30 seconds, I'm gonna give you an additional bonus prize plus $1,000/5,000 in bonus cash/extra!" - Drew Carey

"Let's show the price of the (prize) to the folks at home and in the studio." - Bob Barker

"I'll show the price to the studio audience." - Drew Carey

"Audience, please do not help out/shout out any numbers while the clock is running. The clock won't start until you give me your first bid/guess." - Bob Barker before the clock in Clock Game starts

"Audience, don't say a word! You'll cost him/her the prizes if you do. So be quiet. Whenever you're ready, go!" - Drew Carey before the clock in Clock Game starts

"Higher!/Lower!" - Host during Clock Game

Cliff HangersEdit

"You can win/You're on your way to (insert prize/trip), if that mountain climber doesn't fall off the cliff. And he won't, unless/if you know enough about these three prizes. What are they, Johnny/Rod/Rich?" - Bob Barker

"Now, this mountain climber will move one step for every dollar you miss for the prices of the prizes. (Rod/Rich,) Tell us about these prizes please!" - Bob Barker

"You're going to tell me the price of those prizes by (insert model) over there. For every dollar you're off, The Yodely Guy will move/go up the mountain. You have $25 to play with. The idea is to keep him from falling off the mountain. Let's hear about these prizes! (Rich?/George?)" - Drew Carey

"What is the price of the (insert item)?" - Bob Barker

"Tell me (what you think) the price of the (insert item)." - Drew Carey

"He/she says (insert price), is he/she right?" - Bob Barker/Drew Carey

"No! The mountain climber is going to move one step for every dollar you miss the price!" - Bob Barker

"No/nope! Okay Yodely Guy, go ahead/go up the mountain!" - Drew Carey

"Okay, he stopped. What is the price of the (insert prize)? (insert actual price)." - Bob Barker

"Alright, he stopped. The actual price was (insert price)." - Drew Carey

"Yes! He stays on the mountain!" - Bob Barker

"YES! Yodely Guy doesn't move!" - Drew Carey

"STOP! STOP!" - Bob Barker/Drew Carey (if the mountain climber keeps climbing)

"He stopped/Yes, you win the (insert prize)!" - Bob Barker

"YES/HE DIDN'T MOVE! You got the (insert prize)!" - Drew Carey

3 StrikesEdit

"The numbers in the price of the car are (insert numbers). And of course, we have to put the bad strike in there." - Bob Barker (during Three Strikes)

"Here are the numbers for the price of the car. We have (insert numbers), and I'll put those in the bag. And we also have three of these big bad strikes!" - Drew Carey (during Three Strikes)

"What number do you think belongs in the price of the car?" - Host (during Three Strikes)

"Uh oh, strike one!" - Bob/Drew

"Strike two! Be careful, one more and you're out/you lose!" - Bob/Drew

"Ohhhh, strike three! I'm sorry, You're out/the game is over/you lose." - Bob/Drew

Golden RoadEdit

"You are going to have an opportunity to walk the golden road, (insert contestant). And it all begins/starts with this (insert small prize). And those/that (insert small prize) can help him/her win.... (insert first prize description). If you win that prize, we will go on/continue down the golden road, and you may win this! (insert second prize description). Now, if you win that, we go all the way to the end of the golden road. And at the end of the golden road, we have a prize that is more than (insert cash amount)! That's right! Take a look and see what it is! (insert big prize description)." - Bob Barker during Golden Road

"Hey (insert contestant), today we're going on a very special trip/walk down the Golden Road. We're going to start with this/these (insert small prize). And this/these (insert small prize) can lead you to that prize over there. (insert first prize description). Now, if you're really lucky and win that prize, it'll lead you down the golden road to the next prize over there. (insert second prize description). Now, after the (insert second prize), if you play your numbers right, there is (always) another prize at the golden road. And we're offering a prize that's worth more than (insert cash amount)! Tell us about it Rich/George! (insert big prize description)." - Drew Carey during Golden Road

"Follow me/go on down the Golden Road." - Bob Barker/Drew Carey

Gas MoneyEdit

"There are 5 price tags, four have money from $1,000 to $2,000 to $3,000 to $4,000, totaling $10,000 and there is a pink slip behind one (the actual price of the car), you choose it before choosing the wrong prices, you lose all the money and the game is over! - Drew Carey during gas money

"Pick one of the prices that you think is the price of the car." - Drew Carey

"Okay, now pick another price." - Drew Carey

"(insert amount). Good/great! Now, you have (insert amount). You can either keep the money you already have, or you can keep going to try to win the car." - Drew Carey

"OH NO, IT'S THE CAR!" - Drew Carey

"(insert amount)! YES! YOU WIN THE CAR!" - Drew Carey

Danger PriceEdit

"The Danger Price today is (Price) you don't want that prize./Do not choose/pick the price that is (Price). Choose/Pick the other three one at a time you win all 4 (prizes)." - Bob Barker during the Danger Price

"The Danger Price is (Price) one of the prices is (Price) you have to avoid that the price is (Price) choose/pick the other three and you win all four prizes." - Drew Carey during Danger Price

Safe Crackers/10 ChancesEdit

"Lock the safe please. Now, the combination of the lock is the same price as the (insert prize). In the price of the (insert prize), we have (insert numbers). If you get the correct combination and open the safe, you win all the prizes. Now, go ahead and make your combination!" - Bob Barker

"Lock it up, (insert model). All you have to do to win the (prize) is to give us the price of the (prize). There are three numbers in the price. There's (insert three numbers). Dial in the right price and use one number at a time. If you get it right, you open up the safe and win everything! Okay? Go dial it in!" - Drew Carey

"There are two numbers in the price of the (insert first prize). Now, there are three numbers, but you must ONLY two of them. Write down what you think is the price of the (insert first prize)." - Bob Barker

"You have (insert number) of chances left." - Bob/Drew

"In the price of the (insert second prize), there are four numbers. You must use three of those numbers. Write down the price." - Bob Barker

"In the price of the car, there are five numbers. You must use all five of those numbers. Write down the price of that car/automobile." - Bob Barker

"You must use two of the three numbers in the price of the (insert first item)." - Drew Carey

"The (insert second prize) is next. Use three numbers for the price." - Drew Carey

"Now, for the car, you're going to use all five of the numbers in the price of the car." - Drew Carey

"Use each number, but use each number/digit only once." - Bob Barker during Safe Crackers and 10 Chances

"The numbers don't repeat." - Drew Carey during Safe Crackers and 10 Chances

"None of the numbers repeat." - Drew Carey during Safe Crackers and 10 Chances

Make Your MoveEdit

"You put the price of the (first prize) under the two numbers by moving the slider around. Then, you put the second price of the (second prize) under the three numbers, and the third price of the (third prize) under the four numbers. Now go and MAKE YOUR MOVE!" - Bob Barker

"The (first prize) has two numbers in it, so all you have to do is move it around until you find the correct two numbers. The (second prize) has three numbers, so move it until you have the three you think are right. And finally, the (third prize) has four numbers in it, so move that around. Ready? Take it away/Make your move!" - Drew Carey

"Use each number, but use each number only once. Do not overlap." - Bob Barker during Make Your Move

"The numbers don't overlap." - Drew Carey during Make Your Move

One AwayEdit

  • "Gentlemen/Ladies.... - Bob Barker during One Away
  • Oh, mighty, Sound Effects lady... - Drew Carey during One Away

....do I have at least (X) number(s) right?"

Cover UpEdit

"The price of the automobile/car is not (insert price). Those numbers are wrong! Cover up the first digit with either a (insert two digits) and do it right on down the line. Get busy/going!" - Bob Barker

"Here's the catch/trick, as long as you have at least one number right, you get to keep on playing. Go ahead and start covering them up!" - Drew Carey during Cover Up

"Nobody gets it right the first time." - Drew Carey whenever the contestant's first guess to the price of the car is wrong during Cover Up

"He/she/(insert contestant) has (insert number) right. Keep going and fix those numbers!" - Host

"How many numbers does (insert contestant) have right?" - Host during Cover Up

"You have all five numbers right! You win the car/automobile!" - Bob Barker

"All five numbers! All five numbers! You win the car!" - Drew Carey

Race Game/BonkersEdit

"One of the prizes is (insert price), you put this in front of the right stand. Repeat the process/Do that again with the other three prices and put them in the right stands. Then come back, and pull the handle/lever. If you get less than 4, you make changes. We'll give you 45 seconds in which to win all (four) (of) the prizes." - Bob Barker explaining about the Race Game

"It's a timed-game. Let's put 45 seconds on the clock, please. You have 45 seconds to put these price tags in the right spot. After you put all the price tags in the right hook, run back over here, and pull the handle/lever. (Buzzer sounds) That tells you how many you have right so far, you have zero or less than 4. Keep going... (Bell ringing) until you have all four. Here's the trick to this game, don't look at your friends, (don't look at your families and cousins,) because the clock/time ticks down/is running." - Drew Carey explaning about the Race Game

"The price of the (insert prize/trip) is not (insert wrong price). If you believe the price of the (insert prize/trip) is more/higher than (insert first wrong number), you put the paddle higher. If you believe the price of the (insert prize/trip) is lower/less than (insert first wrong number), you put the paddle lower. Repeat the process/Do the same with the other numbers. When you get through, you come back here, and press the button. (Buzzer sounds) If you hear that sound, that means something's wrong. Try again and make changes. Then come back again, and press the button. (Bell ringing) If you hear that sound, that means you're a winner. I want you to do this as fast as you can because you only have 30 seconds to complete this." - Bob Barker explaining about Bonkers

"It's a timed-game. You only have 30 seconds to give us the right price. If you think the first number is higher than (insert first wrong number), you put the paddle up there. If you think the first number is lower than (insert first wrong number), you put the paddle down there. You repeat the process/do the same thing with all other numbers. If you think the actual number is higher, put the paddle up, and if you think the actual number is lower, put the paddle down. After you put all the paddles, you come back over here, and hit the button. (Buzzer sounds) That means something's wrong/you don't have it. You have to change the paddles. Come back again, and hit the button. (Bell ringing) That means 'You got it!', you can stop. Here's the trick to this game, don't look at your friends, (don't look at your families and cousins), because the time/clock ticks down/is running. You only have 30 seconds to guess as many chances as you can." - Drew Carey explaining about Bonkers.

"On your mark, get set, begin/go!" - Bob Barker before Race Game and Bonkers started

"1, 2, 3, go!" - Drew Carey before Race Game and bonkers started

"Pull the handle/lever/hit the button!" - Bob Barker/Drew Carey

"You have (insert time) remaining!" - Bob Barker/Drew Carey

"You have 1/2/3 right. Keep going!" - Bob Barker

"1/2/3 right!" - Drew Carey

"You got all four right! All four right! You win everything!" - Bob Barker

"ALL FOUR! YOU GOT ALL FOUR!" - Drew Carey

"Time's up. Let's see the correct prices." - Drew Carey

"Time is up. Reveal the correct prices, please." - Bob Barker

Card GameEdit

"The 10s & face cards are worth $1,000. The other cards are the number on the card in hundreds of dollars. Aces are wild, you can make them anything you wish." - Bob Barker

"The 10s & face cards are worth $1,000. The other cards are worth whatever they are times 100 (Ex: For example: fours are worth $400, fives are worth $500 and so on). Aces are wild, you can make them anything you want." - Drew Carey

Spelling BeeEdit

"In order to win the car/automobile, you must spell (the word) CAR. C-A-R or by getting one of the 2 cards that say "CAR"; if you do, you win automatically. 11 C's, 11 A's, 6 R's, and 2 cards that say CAR on them. There are I'm going to give you two cards and give you a chance to win three more. Now, pick one of the two cards on the board. Which one would you like to have?" - Bob Barker

"This is a pretty simple game. All you have to do is spell CAR. C-A-R. Hidden in this board are 11 C's, 11 A's, 6 R's, and 2 cards that say CAR on them. If you pick the CAR, you win automatically. Give me two numbers from the board to start out with. Any two you want." - Drew Carey

"Now, which second number would you like to have?" - Bob Barker

"With the three cards you can win, you have to know the prices of the prizes. Tell us about them." - Bob Barker

"If you want to have three more cards, you have to know the prices of those three small prizes over there. We have (insert three prizes). But remember, your guess of each prize must be within $10, high or low, doesn't matter. Go ahead Rich/George, tell us all about them!" - Drew Carey

"If you can tell me the price of the prize within $10 above or below the actual prize, we will give you the prize and another card. Give me your bid." - Bob Barker

"Okay, give me your bid for the (insert prize)." - Drew Carey

"You get the prize and you choose another card. Which one would you like?" - Bob Barker

"You got the prize! Now pick a number!" - Drew Carey

"No, you did not get the prize." - Bob Barker

"Nope, you didn't get it." - Drew Carey

"You have run out of guesses/chances. Would you still like to reveal the cards anyway?" - Bob Barker

"No more guesses/chances. You still wanna reveal the cards?" - Drew Carey

"Each card is worth $500/$1000." - Bob Barker/Drew Carey

"Would you like to stop with all that money on the board or go for the car by revealing the cards?" - Bob Barker

"You wanna give it up or keep going?" - Drew Carey

"It's a C/A/R." - Drew/Bob

"Another C/A/R." - Drew/Bob

"IT'S CAR!" - Bob Barker

"YOU GOT CAR! (Automatic Win!)" - Drew Carey

Dice GameEdit

"I'm gonna show the first number of the price of the car./The first number of the price of the car is... (insert first digit). I want you to roll the dice over the line and hopefully remember the second price. Remember there are no numbers in the price of the car higher than 6, and there are no zeros in the price of the car. Roll (that dice)! - Bob Barker

"The first number of the price of the (insert car model) is... (insert first digit). All other numbers are 1 through 6. There are no zeros, and there are no numbers higher than 6. You're gonna take these dice, one at a time. Roll them over the line, and if it comes with the right number, (imitates ringing sound), that means "You got it!". If it doesn't, you just tell me whether it's higher or lower than the one you just rolled. Remember, '6's' are automatic winner because it has to be lower than a 6, and '1's' are automatic winner because it has to be higher than a 1. So what you want ideally is a '1', '6' or the exact number." - Drew Carey

"It has to go over the line. Try (it/that) again!" - Bob Barker (when a contestant didn't roll the dice over the line)

"No roll. It has to go over the line." - Drew Carey (when a contestant didn't rolled the dice over the line)

"He/She rolled a (insert number). Is it a (insert number)? - Host

"No! Is it higher or lower than (insert number)? - Host (when a contestant rolled the dice that has the wrong number without either a '1' or '6')

"No! But you know that it is... CONTESTANT: Higher!/Lower! BOB: Higher! Because there are no numbers higher than 6./Lower! Because there are no zeros. - Bob Barker (when a contestant rolled the dice that has the wrong number with a '1' or '6')

"No! But we know that it is higher/lower than '1'/'6' because that's an automatic winner." - Drew Carey (when a contestant rolled the dice that has the wrong number with a '1" or '6')

Reveals/Commercial CuesEdit

"Slowly I turned step-by-step, inch-by-inch." - Drew Carey

"Light up the number, please!" - Bob Barker prior to number reveals; used occasionally for the car

"1, 2, 3, Now!" - Bob Barker during Fortune Hunter and Half Off

"Hold my hand. Say Alakazam." - Drew Carey prior to price reveals (2007-2008; discontinued since then)

"Ready? 1, 2, 3!" - Drew Carey prior to price reveals (2008-present)

"Light it up!" - Drew Carey prior to price reveals (2008-present)

"Is he/she/(Contestant's Name) a winner?" - Host

"You got it/You're a winner!" - Host (when somebody wins)

"You're gonna have to pay title and tax on A BRAND NEW CAR!" - Drew Carey teasing, when someone wins a car (2008-2012)

"Well, you got a (insert One Bid prize). That's something." - Drew Carey when a contestant lost the pricing game, gets only the prize mentioned in the One Bid Round (2007-present)

"What a (good/great/fantastic/beautiful) start!" - Bob Barker (when the first pricing game has won; 1972-2007)

"That's two/three/four winners in a row" - Bob Barker (when the second and later pricing games have won; 1975-2007)

"We've got a perfect first half." - Bob Barker (when all three pricing games have won in the first half of the show; 1975-2007)

"We're doing awesome so far in the first half! (3 for 3)!" - Drew Carey (when all three pricing games have won in the first half of the show; 2007-present)

"Alright, we got (2/3/4 for 2/3/4)!" - Drew Carey (when the second and later pricing games have won; 2007-present)

"Wow, what a (great) start we're having! Let's keep it going!" - Drew Carey (when the first pricing game has won; 2007-present)

"More, I say..." - Bob Barker uses the phrase on occasion before the commercial breaks, or the prize or the car has the most expensive in pricing games from 1972-2007

"We'll try (it/that) again after this. - Bob Barker (sometimes when a pricing game has lost; 1972-2007). Sometimes "after this" is replaced with similar meanings (such as "this word" or "we do business for you")

"We've had 5 winners in a row. [Will we have a sixth winner? [Will we have a perfect show/are 6 for 6 in pricing games?] We'll find out after this." - Bob Barker (at the start of a commercial break with one step closer to the perfect show in pricing games)

"There's one game left to play, and if we get a winner of that game, we will have a perfect show." - Bob Barker (coming out the commercial break going to the sixth and final item up for bids with one step closer to the perfect show; 1975-2007)

"We've/We have got a perfect show!" - Bob Barker when all six pricing games have won (1975-2007)

"There's one game left in the/our show today, and if we get a winner there, we'll be 6 for 6! A perfect show!" - Drew Carey

"Perfect show! (6 for 6!)" - Drew Carey when all six pricing games have won (2007-present)

"We've/We have never (ever) had a single winner/at least one game won." - Bob Barker commenting about losing pricing games (1972-2007)

"No winners yet." - Drew Carey commenting about losing pricing games (2007-present)

"We're/We are having in bad luck/It's just wasn't our day today." - Drew Carey commenting about losing pricing games on occasion (2007-present)

Showcase ShowdownEdit

"Showcase Showdown after this!" - Bob Barker (generic commercial cue after the 3rd and 6th pricing games)

"We're gonna have the 1st/2nd Showcase Showdown of this show after we show you this!" - Bob Barker (generic commercial cue after the 3rd and 6th pricing games)

"We'll be right back to spin the (big) wheel/with the Showcase Showdown right after this. Don't go away!" - Drew Carey

"Some members of our studio audience will receive (insert prize). And now, here's Bob Barker with our Showcase Showdown." - Johnny Olson/Rod Roddy before the first Showcase Showdown (1975-1998)

"Some of the prizes on The Price Is Right are provided by (insert prize). And now, here's Bob Barker with our Showcase Showdown." - Rod Roddy before the first Showcase Showdown on some episodes (1986-1998)

"Closed captioning [for "The Price is Right" is] paid for in-part by the following..." - Price Is Right announcer before the Showcase Showdown (2000-present) The speech in brackets is only said from 2000-2006

"Contestants not appearing on stage will receive (insert two prizes [originally three from 1975-2000]; up until 2012). And now, here's Bob Barker/Drew Carey with our Showcase Showdown." - Johnny Olson/Rod Roddy/Rich Fields/George Gray before the second Showcase Showdown (1975-2012)

"Promotional consideration provided by... (insert two prizes). And now, here's Bob Barker/Drew Carey with our Showcase Showdown." - Rod Roddy/Rich Fields/George Gray before the second Showcase Showdown when the show aired in reruns (2000-2012)

"We are in the halfway mark that means, It's time for Showcase Showdown. Three contestants come on stage on the first half to play this game right here, the winner of this game is participant in the showcases at the end of the show to win thousands of dollars worth of prizes. - Bob Barker explains about the Showcase Showdown (1975-1976)

"(insert name) is our top winner in our show today and will spin last!" - Bob Barker (1975-2007)

"Welcome back, everybody. Time to spin the big wheel! Top winner for the day is (insert name), so he/she will spin last." - Drew Carey (2007-present)

"The contestant nearest to $1.00 without going over will be in the Showcase at the end of the show. If you get $1.00 in one spin or a combination of two spins, you'll win $1,000 and a chance at a Bonus Spin. In the Bonus Spin, if you land on either of the two green sections ($0.05 or $0.15), you'll win $5,000. But, if you get the $1.00 in the Bonus Spin, you'll win $10,000 for a total of $11,000." - Bob Barker about the Big Wheel in the Showcase Showdown (1978-2007)

"Oh (contestant), that did not go all the way around. (audience boos) Boo. Boo. Now, spin it and get it all the way around!" - Bob Barker (if a player didn't get the wheel all the way around)

"It has to go all the way around or they're gonna boo you. (audience boos) Oh, (contestant). Now spin it!" - Bob Barker (variation)

"No spin. It's gotta go around at least once." - Drew Carey (if a player didn't get the wheel all the way around)

"You can say hello to anybody, anywhere you want while the wheel is spinning." - Bob Barker (to the contestant who wants to give a shout-out while the wheel is spinning; 1975-2007 on occasion)

"DREW: Who do you wanna say hi/hello to?/Do you wanna say hi/hello to somebody? CONTESTANT: (insert shout-out greeting). DREW: Hi/Hello, everybody!" - Drew Carey (to the contestant who wants to give a shout-out while the wheel is spinning; 2007-present)

"If he/she/(second player's name) goes over, (third player's name), you're automatically in the Showcase." - Bob Barker (If a second contestant spins the wheel and has gone over, the third player automatically goes to the Showcase during the Showcase Showdown from 1975-2007)

"(Third player's name), guess what, you're going to the Showcase automatically/by default." - Drew Carey (when the first two contestants has gone over during the Showcase Showdown; 2007-present)

"Each of you gets one spin. Highest number goes to the Showcase."

"Be sure you get it all the way around, or it doesn't count, and you don't get to spin again." - Bob Barker to contestants who win a bonus spin and $1,000 on the Big Wheel in the Showcase Showdown (1978-2007)

"Now, it has to go around at least once. If it doesn't, it doesn't count. And there are no do-overs." - Drew Carey to contestants who win a bonus spin and $1,000 on the Big Wheel in the Showcase Showdown (2007-present)

"Slow down! Slow down! Keep going! Keep going! Come on down!" - Bob Barker when the wheel is slowing down and trying to go to a dollar

"UH OH! WATCH OUT! WATCH OUT!" - Drew Carey when the wheel is slowing down and trying to go to a dollar.

"You got a dollar! You win $1,000!" - Bob Barker when someone hits $1.00

"DOLLAR! HE/SHE/(CONTESTANT'S NAME) GOT A DOLLAR [RIGHT ON THE NOSE]!" - Drew Carey when someone hits $1.00

"$10,000! You win $10,000! That's $11,000 altogether!" - Bob Barker (if a contestant manages to get a dollar on the bonus spin)

"You landed on a green space, so that means you win $5,000! That's $6,000 altogether!" - Bob Barker (if a contestant manages to land on the two green spaces on the bonus spin)

"$10,000! $10,000 for (insert name)! $11,000 altogether on the wheel!" - Drew Carey

"$25,000! $25,000 for (insert name)! $26,000 altogether on the wheel!" - Drew Carey

"Lots more fun after this announcement!" - Bob Barker (after the first Showcase Showdown during mid-season 34 and 35 [originally Tuesdays and Thursdays until mid-Season 35 when the ticket plug was sold out in April 2007 due to Bob Barker's retirement])

"We'll be back with our/the Showcase after this [word/message/announcement]!" - Bob Barker

"Showcases are next, don't go away!" - Drew Carey

ShowcasesEdit

"Our/the top winner in the Showcase today is (insert name)! And the/our runner up is (insert name)!"

  • ...and they're ready to see the first Showcase, please!" - Bob Barker (due to time constraints)

"Welcome back to The Price is Right [everybody]. Top winner today is (insert name) and the runner up is (insert name)." - Drew Carey

"Each of you will have a Showcase of beautiful prizes to bid on, and the one of you who bids closer to the actual retail price of your own Showcase without going over will win it. But, if you're the winner, and you're less than $100/$250 or less away from the retail price of your own Showcase, we'll/we will give you Both Showcases. And (Insert Top Winner's name), since you're the Top Winner, you'll have the option to bid on Showcase Number 1/the First Showcase or pass it to (Insert Runner Up's Name) and wait for Showcase Number 2/the Second Showcase. Gentlemen, they're ready to see their first Showcase." - Bob Barker about the Showcase (1974-2007)

"Pay attention to the first Showcase, because they could go to either one of you. Here we go. Rich Fields/George Gray, if you would please." - Drew Carey about the Showcase (2007-present)

"And this showcase can be yours if the price is right." - Announcer, after the showcase

"Don't include the (bonus prize) in your bid, that's just a bonus." - Bob Barker explaining the rules of a "Priceless Bonus" prize (1972-2007)

"The (bonus prize); that's just a bonus, so don't include that in your bid." - Drew Carey explaining the rules of a "Priceless Bonus" prize (2007-present)

"We'll find out who wins right after this. Don't go away!" - Drew Carey (going to a final commercial break after the contestant bids on their Showcase; 2007-present)

"Your bid is (insert Showcase bid)." - Bob Barker (to recap the contestant's Showcase bid; 1972-2007)

"(You have [insert three various prizes]), You bid (insert Showcase bid)." - Drew Carey (to recap the contestant's Showcase bid; 2007-present)

"The actual retail price of your Showcase is..." - Bob Barker (1972-2007)

"With a difference of..." - During Showcase Reveal

"Actual Retail Price..." - Host (1972-present)

"I hate to read this./Are you kidding me? (Insert actual retail price)." - Drew Carey (when someone is over by $250 or less little during the One Bid and the Showcase)

"(Insert second Showcase contestant, no matter how far you miss it/close you are), if you don't/do not go over you win [your Showcase]/you are the winner." - Bob Barker (explaining to the second Showcase contestant that he/she doesn't/does not go over to win the Showcase after the first Showcase overbid by the first Showcase contestant; 1972-2007)

"(Insert second Showcase contestant), you must be closer than (insert Showcase difference bid from the first Showcase contestant) without going over in order to win your Showcase." Bob Barker (explaining to the second Showcase contestant that he/she must be closer to the first Showcase contestant; 1972-2007)

"(Insert second Showcase contestant), you gotta/have to be closer than (insert Showcase difference bid from the first Showcase contestant) without going over to win the/your Showcase." - Drew Carey (explaining to the second Showcase contestant that he/she must be closer to the first Showcase contestant; 2007-present)

"(Insert second Showcase contestant), it doesn't matter how close/off you are, but if you don't go over, you'll be the winner/win the showcase." - Drew Carey (explaining to the second Showcase contestant that he/she doesn't/does not go over to win the Showcase after the first Showcase overbid by the first Showcase contestant; 2007-present)

Double OverbidsEdit

"It's/It is a Double Overbid." - Bob Barker Showcase (1972-2007)

"(It's a) Double Over." - Drew Carey Showcase (2007-present)

Double Showcase WinsEdit

"You win both showcases with a difference of (insert numbers) dollars." - Bob Barker (1974-2007)

"With a difference of (insert numbers) dollars and you win both showcases." - Bob Barker (1974-2007)

"DOUBLE SHOWCASE WINNER!" - Drew Carey (2007-present)

"He/she/(insert contestant) was off by (insert amount)." - Drew Carey

Grand TotalsEdit

"He/She/(Contestant's name) really cleaned up today." - Drew Carey (when a contestant has swept the entire show including pricing game, Showcase Showdown, and Showcases; 2007-present)

"(insert contestant) has won (a grand total of) (insert final total) in cash and prizes today!" - Bob Barker

"(insert contestant) won (insert final total) worth of prizes today!" - Drew Carey

Ticket PlugsEdit

1972-1998 - If you would like to see The (New) Price is Right in person, send a request along with a self-address stamped envelope [mail it] to: TICKETS "The (New) Price is Right" CBS Television City 7800 Beverly Blvd. Los Angeles, California 90036.

  • (Now here's Bob Barker with our Showcase Showdown) - Used from 1976-1988.
  • Okay, Bob. - Used from 1988-1998.

Doug Davidson Ticket Plug - If you would like to see The New Price is Right starring Doug Davidson, send a request along with a self-address stamped envelope and mail it to: TICKETS "The New Price is Right" CBS Television City 7800 Beverly Blvd. Los Angeles, California 90036. And now here's Doug Davidson with our fabulous Showcase.

1998-2007 - If you would like to see The Price is Right in person, send your request, including the number of tickets and the date you want to wish to attend; along with a self-address stamped envelope and mail/send it to: TICKETS "The Price is Right" CBS Television City 7800 Beverly Blvd. Los Angeles, California 90036. OK/Back to you, Bob.

2005-2007 - To order tickets online to The Price is Right, simply go to CBS.com, click on Daytime, and select The Price is Right, go to ticket information, and click on the words "Come on Down". It's that easy. OK/Back to you, Bob.

2007-2008 - To order tickets online to The Price is Right, simply go to CBS.com, and click on Shows, under Daytime, select The Price is Right, click on ticket information to find out how to get your tickets. It's that easy, so Come on Down. OK/Back to you, Drew.

2008-2009 - To order tickets online to The Price is Right, simply go to CBS.com, under Shows and Daytime, select The Price is Right, click on Tickets to the top of the page. It's that easy, so Come on Down. OK/Back to you, Drew.

2008-2010 - If you want to see The Price is Right in person and a chance to be a contestant, call 800-852-8909 for ticket information. Have ready the day you wish to come, and the number of tickets you need. That's 800-852-8909. So Come on Down. OK/Back to you, Drew.

Current E-Ticket Plug Spiel - If you would like to see The Price is Right in person, go to CBS.com/priceisright.com or call 1-818-295-2700 for ticket information. And now here's Drew Carey with our Showcase Showdown.

Play Along PlugsEdit

Phone Home Game: On a postcard, write your name, complete address, area code and complete telephone number. At the bottom, put your Social Security number and send it to: Playalong, Post Office Box 1, New York, New York, 10046. Remember: All contestants must meet eligibility requirements.

Home Viewer Showcase:

BOB: On a stamped post-card, print your name and complete address. On the bottom of the card, put your bid in dollars and cents for the entire showcase. Only the total figure will be considered. Send the stamped postcard to "(INSERT HOME VIEWER SHOWCASE NAME) Post Office Box 3111, Grand Central Post Office, New York, New York 10163. Send as many cards as you like! The person who comes closest to the actual retail price without going over as certified by CBS will be the winner. Here's Johnny/Rod for more details.

JOHNNY/ROD: The price of the showcase does not include tax or delivery charges. Use stamped post-cards only. Letters and metered mail not acceptable. Cards must be post-marked no later than (Insert date), and must be in our hands no later than 6pm Eastern Time on (Name of date). The winner will be certified by an independent checking organization and will be announced on the network broadcast on (date). To be eligible, you and your family must not be associated with the producers or CBS or any other persons or organizations involved with the contest production. Other reasonable rules also apply. The winner must established eligibility to the satisfaction of the judges in sufficent time to announce the winner on (date). The judges decision on all matters are final. This contest is void were prohibited by law. In case of a tie, a drawing will determine the winner. CBS cannot be responsible for loss, undelivered, or late-delivered or mis-addressed mail.

Play at Home Game Edit

"Wanna chance to win $1,000 cash, like this lucky winner? Then play The Price Is Right Play at Home Game. The next winner could be you. So call 1-855-50-PRICE now to play." - George Gray (2012-2015) (used after 3rd pricing game)

"GEORGE: It's time for The Price Is Right Play at Home Game. ANNOUNCER: Call 855-50-PRICE now for your chance to win $5,000 cash, and be added to our wall of winners/or other great prizes. GEORGE: So call 855-50-PRICE now to play." - George Gray (2016-present) (used after 3rd pricing game)

Commemorative Speeches (Barker era only)Edit

"Since taping this program, we've lost our good friend Johnny Olson. You will continue to see and hear Johnny on the many programs he's already taped. He was dearly loved by all of us and he'll be sorely missed." - Bob Barker (commemorating Johnny Olson's death in 1985)

"For the past 16 years, since the first day that the current run of The Price is Right has been on the air, our executive producer has been Mr. Frank Wayne. Frank passed away on March 18. I speak for the entire Price is Right family when I say We'll miss you Frank." - Bob Barker (commemorating Frank Wayne's death in 1988)

"This is a very sad time for The Price is Right family. We've lost Mr. Mark Goodson, the creator of our show. Mr. Goodson, a legendary figure in television, was respected throughout the industry and we shall miss his guidance in the years to come." - Bob Barker (commemorating Mark Goodson's death in 1992)

"As many of you know, we've lost our dear friend Rod Roddy. Rod's many television friends and all of us associated with The Price is Right, will miss his splendid talent and his great sense of humor. May god bless Rod." - Bob Barker (commemorating Rod Roddy's death in 2003)

VideosEdit

Bob Barker TPIR Tributes01:41

Bob Barker TPIR Tributes

Bob Barker announces the Death of Rod Roddy00:29

Bob Barker announces the Death of Rod Roddy

GoodbyeEdit

"Bob Barker saying, 'Goodbye/Good night, everybody!'" - Bob Barker (1972-1992) ["Good night" is used only in Primetime shows]

"Bob Barker reminding you to help control the pet population: have your pets spayed or neutered. Goodbye/Good night, everybody!" - Bob Barker (mid-80s-2007) ["Good night" is used only in Primetime shows]

"This is Dennis James saying 'Don't miss the show next week or we'll miss you!' Bye-bye!" - Dennis James (1972-1977)

"This is Tom Kennedy saying we'll see you next time on The Nighttime Price is Right! Bye-bye everybody/for now!" - Tom Kennedy (1985-1986)

"We'll see you next time on The New Price is Right, Bye-Bye/Good night!" - Doug Davidson (1994-1995)

"Tomorrow/On (insert day)/Next week, we have (insert Special Themed Weeks). (Insert description about high stakes for Special Themed Weeks)." - Drew Carey (promoting the upcoming Special Themed Weeks on the next episode before signing off; 2007-present)

"Folks, thanks for letting us into your homes today. It really is a blessing." - Drew Carey (on occasion)

"Don't forget to get your pets spayed or neutered. It's very important./It's the right thing to do. Thanks for watching The Price is Right. We’ll see you next time. Bye-bye, (everybody)!" - Drew Carey (2007-present)

Closing LogosEdit

"This is Johnny Olson/Rod Roddy/Rich Fields/George Gray/Burton Richardson, speaking for The [New] Price is Right...

  • A Mark Goodson-Bill Todman Production!" (1972-1984; also said September 21, 2015 during "Decades Week" in the 1970s episode)
  • A Mark Goodson Television Production!" (1984-2007; also said September 22 & 23, 2015 during "Decades Week" in both the 1980s and 1990s episodes respectively)
  • A Fremantle Media Production!" (2007-present)

"Stay tuned for...

  • ...[name of show] next over most of these CBS stations!"
  • ...Search for Tomorrow one half-hour from now over most of these CBS stations! - Johnny Olson

"(insert program) is next here on CBS!" - Female/Male announcer after a Million Dollar Spectacular or Primetime special show when the Fremantle Media logo is shown (2003-2009, 2016)

"This program was edited for broadcast!" - Announcer on episodes that were edited for broadcast

"The (insert number) on-stage/called down contestant was found to be ineligible and will not receive their prizes." - Announcer on episodes explaining the eligibility disclaimer

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