The Price Is Right Live Stage Show 

 OFFICIAL RULES SUMMER 2016

NO  PURCHASE  NECESSARY  TO  PARTICIPATE  IN  THIS  PROMOTION.  PURCHASE  OF  A  TICKET  WILL  NOT IMPROVE  YOUR  ODDS  OF (i) BEING  SELECTED  AS A CONTESTANT  OR (ii) WINNING  A PRIZE.  FOR FREE METHOD OF ENTRY, PLEASE SEE REGISTRATION SECTION BELOW.

 

THE PRICE IS RIGHT LIVE STAGE SHOW IS BASED ON, BUT IS NOT IN ALL RESPECTS THE SAME AS, THE PRICE IS RIGHT® TELEVISION PROGRAM. THESE OFFICIAL RULES ARE THE SOLE RULES THAT GOVERN THE PRICE IS RIGHT LIVE™ STAGE SHOW.

 

BY PARTICIPATING IN THIS PROMOTION, YOU HEREBY AGREE AND CONSENT TO THE FOLLOWING OFFICIAL RULES (“OFFICIAL RULES”), AND ACKNOWLEDGE THAT YOUR PARTICIPATION IN THIS PROMOTION SHALL BE GOVERNED BY THE FOLLOWING:

 

Sponsor:  THE PRICE IS RIGHT LIVE™ is produced by, and the Promotion is sponsored by GOOD GAMES LIVE, INC. 2900 W. Alameda, Burbank, CA 91505.

  1. 1. Definitions:
  2. a. “Venue”  shall  mean  the  specific  location  where  the  individual  attends  the  Show  and/or

registers for the Promotion. No Venue is a sponsor of the Promotion.

  1. b. “Producer” shall mean Good Games Live, Inc.
  2. c. “Show”  shall  mean  THE  PRICE  IS  RIGHT  LIVE™  stage  show,  based  on  the  television

program THE PRICE IS RIGHT®.

  1. d. “Eligible  Individual”  shall mean individuals  who meet all criteria as set out in  Official Rule #8 below.
  2. e. “Contestant” shall mean Eligible Individuals selected to participate as a contestant in the

following game play: Main Games, Matching Funds Games, Fast Money Games, and the THE PRICE IS RIGHT Big Money Challenge.

  1. f. “Promotion”  shall  include  all  onstage  game  play  associated  with  the  Show,  as  well  as  any

audience giveaways as may be provided by Sponsor in its sole discretion.

  1. 2. The purpose  of these Official  Rules is to govern  the Promotion  associated  with the Show  through which Eligible Individuals  can receive prizes through the game play described below.    Although  the Show is based on the THE PRICE IS RIGHT® television  program, to the extent there are  differences between the format of the television program and the Promotion, the rules of the  Promotion  are  as stated herein and govern the Show.
  2. 3. Each Show, including audience warm-up, will run approximately ninety (90) minutes.
  3. 4. All prize values in these Official Rules are in US dollars.
  4. 5. The  Promotion  is  subject  to  applicable  federal,  state,  and  municipal  rules  and  regulations  and  all aspects of the Promotion are subject to the approval of the appropriate regulatory authorities.   Void where prohibited or restricted by law.
  5. 6. There  is  no  ticket  purchase  required  to  participate  in  the  Promotion,  and  the  purchase  of  a  ticket

will  not  be  considered  a  factor  in  determining  Show  Contestants.    Only  those  who  possess  a  valid

will  not  be  considered  a  factor  in  determining  Show  Contestants.    Only  those  who  possess  a  valid

 

ticket will be allowed into the Venue to watch the Show.  Eligible Individuals selected to compete as Contestants  in  the  Show  who  do  not  otherwise  possess  a  valid  ticket  will  be  provided  with  a complimentary ticket in order to enter the theatre space to compete as a Contestant.

  1. 7. All Show times are approximate.   Venue and Producer reserve the right to modify Show times when there are extenuating and/or unforeseen circumstances.
  2. 8. Eligibility:
  3. a. “Eligible  Individual”  shall  be defined  as an individual  resident  of Canada  or the 50  United States (including Washington D.C., but specifically excluding any territories or possessions and residents from provinces/states listed in Official Rule 8.b.v below) who has registered with the Producer who:
  4. i. is 18 or older, and the age of majority in the state where the Show is held;
  5. ii. is not deemed ineligible under Official Rule 9.b;

iii.   has and  presents  on request  a valid  form  of government  issued  photo  ID, such  as passport, driver’s license, or other identification;

  1. iv. has not attended the Show at any venue more than four (4) times in the past calendar year AND has not participated as a Contestant in the Show at any venue at any point during the past calendar year.
  2. b. The following individuals are not eligible:
  3. i. Employees or former employees (within the past year), directors or officers of Good Games  Live,  Inc.,  FremantleMedia  North  America,  Inc.,  THE  PRICE  IS  RIGHT  Live, Venues, and/or booking agent(s) for Venues or any promotional  agency,  advertising agency  or  prize  supplier  involved  with  the  Show  or  any  of  their  respective  parent companies,   subsidiaries,   or  affiliates,   and  Immediate   Family   members   of  these employees    or   sharing   the   same   residence    with   any    employee    involved    in coordinating/executing   promotions  or  tournaments.     As  used  herein,  “Immediate Family” is defined as: mother, father, spouse, domestic partner, children, son-in-law, daughter-in-law,   mother-in-law,   father-in-law,   step-parents,   step-children,   sister, brother, grandmother,  grandfather,  grandchildren,  and any relative or other person residing in the employee’s place of  residence. Vendors, partners or anyone having a business relationship  with Producer,  FremantleMedia  North America, Inc. or anyone the  Producer  deems  to  have  an  unfair  advantage  in  playing  the  game  are  also ineligible to participate in the Promotion.
  4. ii. Any members of the media associated with advance press and reviews to promote the

Show.

iii.   Individuals  who  have  received  complimentary   tickets  in  exchange  for  any  good, service and/or pre-existing relationship, provided, however, individuals who may have won complimentary  tickets in connection  with sponsorships  or promotions  shall  be eligible to participate provided they meet all other eligibility requirements.

  1. iv. Those   who   have   been   prohibited   from   entering   the   Venue   and/or   any   other properties owned or operated by the Venue.
  2. v. Individuals  who  are residents  of Quebec  and  Puerto  Rico.     However,  individuals residing  in  these  provinces/territories  may  attend  the  Show  as  non-participating ticket holders.

 

  1. 9. Any prize winners who fail to meet the eligibility requirements must forfeit any prizes that they would otherwise have won while participating in the Promotion and the prize will not awarded.  All decisions of the Producer  regarding  the interpretation  of Official  Rules,  eligibility,  game  play,  the  order  in which contestants  compete,  or  any  other  aspect  of  the  Show  will  be  final  and  binding  on  all  participants without appeal.
  2. 10. Venue and Producer reserve the right to modify or cancel the Promotion at any time, for any reason, subject to any applicable regulatory approval, if required.
  3. 11. Eligible Individuals are responsible for any and all applicable taxes as may arise from participation in the

Promotion and/or winning a prize.

  1. 12. Venue and Producer are not responsible for lost, stolen, late, mutilated, or illegible Registration Forms nor for  electronic  transmission  errors  or  delays  resulting  in  omission,  interruption,  deletion,  defect, delay in operations or transmission, theft or destruction or unauthorized access to or alterations of entry materials,  or for technical,  hardware,  software,  or telephone  failures  of any kind, lost or  unavailable connections, fraud, incomplete, garbled, or delayed computer transmissions, whether caused by Venue, Producer,  users,  or  by  any  of  the  equipment  or  programming  associated  with  or  utilized  in  the Promotion or by any technical or human error which may occur in the processing of submissions which may  limit,  restrict,  or  prevent  an  Eligible  Individual’s  ability  to  participate  in  the  Promotion.     All Registration Forms become the property of the Sponsor and will not be retur
  2. 13. If for any reason the Promotion and/or Show is not capable of running as planned, or an event beyond the control of Venue or Producer corrupts or affects the administration, security, fairness, integrity, or proper  conduct  of  the  Promotion,  Venue  and  Producer  reserve  the  right  at  their  sole  discretion  to cancel, terminate, modify or suspend the Promotion.
  3. 14. Any attempt  by  any  person  to  deliberately  damage  any  program  or  to  undermine  the  legitimate operation of the Promotion and/or Show may be a violation of criminal and civil laws and should such an attempt be made, Venue and Producer reserve the right to seek damages from any such person to the fullest extent of the law.
  4. 15. Venue and Producer are not liable for injuries  or losses arising  or resulting  from participation  in  the Promotion and/or Show and are not liable for events or errors by employees for negligent conduct and are not liable in the event of any equipment or software malfunction.
  5. 16. By participating in the Promotion, Eligible Individuals agree to these Official Rules. Venue or  Producer may disqualify any person based on fraud, dishonesty, violation of Official Rules or other  misconduct, whether or not directly related to the Promotion.
  6. 17. Without express authorization from Producer, attendees shall not be allowed to take pictures or videos while in the theatre space. Producer and Venue reserve the right to eject individuals found violating this rule from the Venue.

 

Attending the Show:

  1. 18. Each person  who  enters  the  theatre  space  to  watch  the  Show  must  have  a  valid  ticket.    Eligible Individuals selected to compete as Contestants in the Show who do not otherwise possess a ticket shall be provided with a complimentary ticket in order to enter the theatre space.
  2. 19. Ticket holders  must register  separately  and in person  to be possibly  selected  as a Contestant  in  the Show.   The purchase of a ticket does not constitute registration  into the contestant  pool, nor  does  it guarantee that ticket holder will be selected to play as a Contestan

 

  1. 20. Tickets are  non-transferable  and  non-replaceable.  Venue  and  Producer  are  not  responsible  for  lost, forgotten or stolen tickets.  Tickets are subject to review and verification.
  2. 21. Venue and Producer reserve the right to distribute additional tickets via advertising, direct mail or other promotional means.

 

Registration:

  1. 22. Each Eligible  Individual  who  wishes  to  enter  the  Promotion  must  attend  in  person  and  complete  a registration  form  (“Registration  Form”),  which  includes  the  individual’s  full  name,  date  of  birth  and address.  Eligible Individuals may only register once for each Show.
  2. 23. The registration window will open three (3) hours before scheduled Show time and will close fifteen (15) minutes before scheduled Show time.  The closing of the registration window can be extended at  the discretion of Producer.  No individuals will be allowed to register after the registration window closes.

 

For illustration purposes only, if the scheduled Show time is at 8:00pm, the registration window will open at 5:00pm and close at 7:45pm and no registrations will be accepted after 7:45pm.

 

PLEASE CHECK YOUR TICKET OR THE VENUE WEBSITE FOR THE SCHEDULED SHOW TIME AS IT MAY DIFFER FROM THE ILLUSTRATION ABOVE.

 

  1. 24. Registration will be held at or near the Venue box office. Show times are subject to change. An individual may only register once. An admission ticket is not required to register.
  2. 25. Non-ticket holders who have registered must be present in the designated registration area when their name is called in order to be confirmed as a Contestant in the Show. In the event a non-ticket holder is randomly  selected as a Contestant  and makes it known that they are present within the  time  period specified below and confirms they wish to participate as a Contestant, Producer will provide them with a complimentary ticket to enter the theatre space.

 

Contestant Selection:

  1. 26. Contestant selection process shall be random (“Random Selection Process”), and Producer reserves the right to  modify  the  Random  Selection  Process  at  its  discretion.  When  registration  is  completed,  all completed  registrations  (regardless  of  ticket  purchase)  will  be  eligible  for  selection.  In  the  event electronic  registration  is  used,  names  shall  be  randomly  selected  from  the  database;  in  the  event registration cards are used, all cards shall be pooled together and individual cards shall be selected.
  2. 27. Regardless of method of registration, Producer or Producer’s designee will then draw sixty (60) names at random. Not all sixty (60) selected names may be called to play. Eligible Individuals who are selected as a One Bid Contestant will be ineligible to play subsequent One Bids. Contestants who spin the Big Wheel will be  ineligible  to  play  One  Bids.  All  Contestants  and  Eligible  Individuals  are,  however,  eligible  to participate  in  the  Showcase  Round.  This  rule  does  not  apply  to  designated  players  (e.,  individuals designated  by a selected Contestant  to play on their behalf due to illness, infirmity  or  other  physical inability to play).
  3. 28. When the name on the card is announced, the person named must immediately  make it known  that they are present. If, after thirty (30) seconds, the Producer(s) are unable to readily identify the person whose name was called as being present in the auditorium, the Eligible Individual will be deemed absent and another Eligible Individual will be selected as the Contestant.

 

  1. 29. In the event that an Eligible Individual is chosen by having his/her name randomly drawn, and does not wish to play the game, s/he may forfeit their participation in the Show, and Producer shall  randomly select another Eligible Individual.
  2. 30. In the event that an Eligible Individual is unable to play due to physical injury or incapacity, said Eligible Individual may designate a proxy player to play on his/her behalf, provided such designated proxy player also meets the eligibility criteria set forth herein. All prizes won by the designee are the property of the original person whose name was select

 

Awarding of Prizing

  1. 31. Awarding of prizing is contingent verification that Contestant was an Eligible Individual by verifying age, residency, and that the Eligible Individual was not deemed “ineligible” by virtue of past participation in the event or under any terms as set out in Official Rule #8 above. In the event that an ineligible person participates in  the  event  and  is  potentially  eligible  for  prizing,  this  person  will  be  disqualified  from winning the prize and the prize will be forfeited and will not be played for agai

 

RULES 3233 APPLY ONLY FOR SHOWS IN CANADA:

  1. 32. In order to be confirmed as the winner of any prize, the Eligible Individual must first correctly answer unaided  and without  the benefit  of any calculating  devices,  a time limited  mathematical  skill-testing question.   Failure to correctly answer the question will result in forfeiture of the prize.   All answers to skill testing questions  are final. Potential  winners  must comply with all promotion  rules  before being declared a winner. Should a potential winner incorrectly answer the skill testing question, or otherwise fail to comply with all the promotion rules, the potential winner will be disqualified, will not receive any prize, the prize will be forfeited and will not be played for agai
  2. 33. In order to be confirmed as the winner of any prize, Eligible Individuals who have correctly answered the skill based question must also complete and sign a standard release form, including a publicity release (where permitted by law), confirming compliance with these promotion rules, acceptance of the prize as awarded and indemnifying and releasing FremantleMedia  North America, Inc., Good Games  Live, Inc., Venue, Venue booking agent(s) and any other parties and their respective parent companies, affiliates, subsidiaries,   agencies,  agents,  respective  directors,  officers,  employees,  representatives,   sponsors, successors and assigns (“Released Parties”) from any liability for any loss, harm, damages, claims, costs, causes of action or injury whatsoever including, but not limited to, personal injury,  accident or death, property  damage,  disappointment   or  inconvenience   arising  from  any  act,  omission  or  negligence whatsoever  relating  to  this  promotion  as  a  result  of  participation  in  the  event  and/or  the  receipt, ownership, possession, use or misuse of any prize.

FOR  THE  AVOIDANCE  OF  DOUBT,  ALL  POTENTIAL  WINNERS,  INCLUDING  INDIVIDUALS  WHO  MAY  HAVE QUALIFIED FOR A CONSOLATION  PRIZE OR A RANDOM GIVEWAY PRIZE MUST ANSWER THE TIMED SKILL BASED QUESTION.  THERE ARE NO EXCEPTIONS.

 

  1. 34. In order to be confirmed as the winner of any prize, Eligible Individuals must also complete and sign a standard release form, including  a publicity  release (where permitted  by law), confirming  compliance with  these  promotion  rules,  acceptance  of  the  prize  as  awarded  and  indemnifying  and  releasing FremantleMedia   North  America,  Inc.,  Good  Games  Live,  Inc.,  Venue  and  their   respective  parent companies,    affiliates,    subsidiaries,    agencies,    agents,    respective    directors,    officers,    employees, representatives,  sponsors,  successors  and  assigns  (Released  Parties”)  from  any  liability  for  any  loss,

 

harm,  damages,  claims,  costs,  causes  of  action  or  injury  whatsoever  including,  but  not  limited  to, personal injury, accident or death, property damage, disappointment or inconvenience arising from any act, omission  or negligence  whatsoever  relating  to this promotion  as a result  of participation  in the event and/or the receipt, ownership, possession, use or misuse of any prize.

 

Show Details:

  1. 35. Each Show will run approximately ninety (90) minutes.
  2. 36. During each Show, selected Contestant will have a chance to win cash and prizes through the game play described below.
  3. 37. Cash prizes will be paid either in the form of checks issued by the Producers and sent by mail to address provided by winning contestant or as cash vouchers/winners tickets redeemable through the
  4. 38. All winning Contestants will complete a prize redemption form following the Sho
  5. 39. Each Show will follow the same format, in this order:
  • One Bid #1
  • The winner of One Bid #1 will play Game #1: Punch A Bunch
  • One Bid #2
  • The winner of One Bid #2 will play Game #2: Any Number
  • One Bid #3
  • The winner of One Bid #3 will play Game #3: Cliffhangers
  • The Big Wheel.  Three randomly selected individuals will play The Big Wheel.
  • One Bid #4
  • The winner of One Bid #4 will play Game #4: Hole in One
  • One Bid #5
  • The winner of One Bid #5 will play Game #5: Plinko® Game
  • Game #7: Showcase.  Two randomly selected individuals will participate in the Showcase.

 

Producers reserve the right to alter the order in which games are played during the Show.   In certain venues, due to space limitations, the game “Hole In One” may not be able to be played.  In these cases, “Range Game” is substituted for “Hole In One”.  “Range Game” may also be added to the Show at the Producer’s discretion, usually in the event of a technical delay.

 

Matching  Audience  Winner:  Throughout  the  Show,  Producer  may  also,  at  its  discretion,  identify  a Contestant  from  the  audience  to  be  a  “Audience  Matching  Winner”.     Such  Audience  Matching Winner(s) will be selected as part of the random selection process detailed in Rules 27-28.   Producer will identify the Audience Matching Winner(s) as the Contestant plays games above.

 

  1. 40. Contestants who participate  in any of the foregoing  games and do not win will receive a  consolation prize, with a minimum  value of $10.00  (the “Consolation  Prize”).  Total number  of  Consolation  Prizes awarded in any given Show varies by number of Contestants that do not win their game, but a total of twenty-five (25) Consolation Prizes are potentially available to be won.

 

Pricing + Prizes

 

  1. 41. For shows performed in the United States, all prices and cash prizes shall be in US dollars (USD).  For shows performed in Canada, all prices, prize values and cash prizes shall be in Canadian dollars (CAD). Approximate total retail value of potential prizes to be won per show is Thirty-Six Thousand US Dollars ($36,000.00 USD).   Producer reserves the right, in its sole discretion, to increase or decrease  the  total value of prizes, as well as the total number of prizes to be awarded in any given Show.

 

  1. 42. Prices used for game play throughout the Show are prices obtained from Amazon, Brookstone, Best Buy, manufacturers and other authorized dealers or suppliers. For performances in the United States prices will be based on US prices.  For shows performed  in Canada, prices will be based on either  Canadian prices (where available) or US price converted into Canadian dollars at the current  conversion  rate no more  than  7 days  prior  to  the  date  of the  performance.      Prices  for  some  or all  grocery  items  are obtained from the Producers of The Price Is Right television show and, for shows performed in the US, are in US dollars.  For shows performed in Canada, prices are based on Canadian prices where available or US price converted into Canadian dollars at the current conversion rate no more than 7 days prior to the date of the performance.  Prices for publicly-traded stock are based on the opening or current price of the stock on the morning of the day of the Show, and are in US dollars. If the stock market is closed day of Show, the price used is the current price on recor

 

Prices  from  Amazon  are defined  by Amazon  as follows:  “Except  where  noted  otherwise,  the List Price displayed  for products  on our website  represents  the full retail price listed on the product itself, suggested by the manufacturer or supplier, or estimated in accordance with standard industry practice. The List Price is a comparative price estimate and may or may not represent the prevailing price in every area on any particular day. For certain items that are offered as a set, the List Price may represent ‘open-stock’ prices, which means the aggregate of the manufacturer’s  estimated or suggested retail price for each of the items included in the set. Where an item is offered for sale by one of our merchants, the List Price may be provided by the merchant.”

 

Prices for Best Buy items are prices published by Best Buy or obtained from Best Buy.

 

Prices for Brookstone items are prices published by Brookstone or obtained from Brookstone.

 

  1. 43. Prices for trips  are updated  weekly  and are currently  based  on current  market  values  for  departure thirty (30) days from date of update.    Prices for automobiles, boats, ATVs and their respective options are MSRP prices published or obtained from authorized dealers or from the  manufacturer.  For shows performed in Canada, prices are based on Canadian prices where available or  US price converted into Canadian  dollars  at  the  current  conversion  rate  no  more  than  7  days   prior  to  the  date  of  the performance.  For bidding purposes, the MSRP of the automobile is based upon information read by the announcer during the Show, and not by the demonstration  vehicle used  on stage or appearing on the screens. Options appearing on the item on stage are only included in the MSRP if the announcer reads those options during the Show.

 

GAME PROCESSES

 

  1. 44. One Bid Process:
  • The One Bid process is used to determine which one (1) of the four (4) Contestants on contestants’ row will have the chance to participate in the pricing games described below.
  • A prize is described by the Show announcer and displayed onstage. The four (4) Contestants  on contestants’ row bid on the price of the prize. No two Contestants may bid the exact same price on the same item.
  • The Contestant who bids closest to the retail price of the prize (without exceeding the price of the prize) will come onstage to participate in the game process.
  • The three (3) remaining Contestants return to their seats with a Consolation Prize.
  • Should a Contestant bid the exact retail price of the item, s/he will receive a $100.00 cash bonus.

Any cash paid immediately on stage to the Contestant is for display purposes only, to be replaced by a checks issued by the Producers and sent by mail to address provided by winning contestant.

  • In the event that all of the Contestants have overbid, a buzzer will sound. The host will then  ask each  of  the  Contestants  to  make  another  bid  lower  than  the  lowest  of  the  previous  bids.  The Contestants  will  place  their  second  bids  in  the  order  of  the  original  bids.  Play  continues  in  this manner until there is at least one Contestant who has NOT overbid. If the price of the One  Bid  is accidentally  or inadvertently  revealed  before the Contestants  can place new bids, the  Contestant whose bid was closest to the price of the One Bid item without exceeding the price of the item will play the pricing game on stage.
  • Prior  to playing  a pricing  game,  if the Eligible  Individual  on stage  is found  to be ineligible,  the Contestant from the remaining three One Bid players whose bid was next closest to the price of the One Bid item, without exceeding  the price of the item, will play the pricing game on stage. If  all three (3) remaining Contestants have overbid, the Contestant whose bid was closest to the price of the One Bid will play the pricing game on stage.
  • In the event of an error in a One Bid, the stage game prize that would have been played for by the

Contestant that should have won is awarded to that Contestant.

 

  1. 45. Punch a Bunch Game Process:
  • The Contestant playing Punch A Bunch may win up to $5,000.
  • The game board is a punchboard with 50 paper-covered holes, each containing a card with a dollar value which is one of the following: $100, $200, $300, $500, $750, $1000 or $5,000. The producers reserve the right to alter the dollar values on the cards.
  • The Contestant is shown four grocery items, each tagged with an incorrect price.
  • The announcer describes the first item and the Contestant states whether the correct price for the item is higher or lower than the price displayed.  If the Contestant  is correct, s/he earns one punch at  the board and makes the punch wherever s/he chooses. The card inside the punched hole remains  inside the hole and is not revealed.  If the Contestant  is incorrect,  no hole is punched.  The announcer  then describes the second item and the Contestant states whether the correct price for the item is higher or lower  than  the  price  displayed.  If the  Contestant  is correct,  s/he  earns  one  punch  at the  board,  as described above. This continues one item at a time, until the prices of all four items have been revealed and punches have been made for each correct answer.

 

  • The card in the first hole punched is removed and shown to the Contestant. The Contestant then decides whether to keep the cash amount shown on the card and end the game or to give back the  card and continue.  If the  Contestant  elects  to keep  the  amount  shown  on  the  card,  the  game  is  over.  If the Contestant chooses to continue, s/he returns the card to the host. The amount on that card is thereby forfeited.  Then  the  card  in  the  second  hole  punched  is  revealed  and  the  Contestant  again  chooses whether to quit and keep the amount on the card that has just been revealed, or to return the card and continue playing. This continues until the Contestant either accepts the cash amount shown on a card or has no more holes to look in. If there are no remaining punched holes, the Contestant wins the amount of money shown on the card found in the final hole.
  • If one of the holes punched does not contain a card, the game is stopped and the cards are reshuffled and reset. The game then continues as described above.

 

  1. 46. Any Number Game Process:
  • The game board contains ten (10) spaces representing  four (4) digits for Prize #1, three (3) digits for

Prize #2, and three (3) digits for the Piggy Bank. Only the Piggy Bank amount has a decimal point.

  • The Contestant chooses a digit 0 through 9. Each digit appears on the board only once. The digit  the Contestant has chosen is then lighted up, revealing its location on the game board. The Contestant then chooses another digit and its location on the game board is revealed. The Contestant continues calling out digits, one at a time. If all of the digits in the Piggy Bank are filled in, the game is over  and the Contestant wins the amount in the Piggy Bank. If all of the digits in Prize #1 (the 4-digit prize) are filled in, the game is over, and the Contestant wins Prize #1. If all the digits in Prize #2 (the 3-digit prize) are filled in, the Contestant wins that prize and the game is over.
  • If a total equipment failure occurs which prevents the Contestant from being able to play or to complete playing the game, the Contestant is awarded Prize #1 and Prize #2.

 

  1. 47. Cliff Hangers Game Process:
  • The Contestant comes on stage to play Cliff Hangers for a prize package.
  • The game is played on a graphic representation of a mountain which ascends to an abrupt cliff. At the base of the mountain stands a mountain climber whose pickaxe marks his position on the mountain. The mountain is divided into twenty-five (25) steps from the base to the edge of the cliff. The  Contestant wins the prize package if the mountain climber does not move more than twenty-five (25)  steps, and remains on the mountain.
  • Three (3) small items are displayed onstage and described by the announcer.
  • The Contestant bids on the price of the first item presented. If the Contestant correctly bids the price, the mountain  climber does not move. If the Contestant  does not bid the exact price of the  item  the mountain  climber  must ascend  the mountain.  The mountain  climber  ascends  one (1) step  along  the mountain for every dollar the Contestant’s bid differs from the price of the item. If the mountain climber falls off the mountain, the game is over and the Contestant does not win the prize package.
  • The Contestant bids on the price of the second item presented. If the Contestant correctly bids the price, the mountain climber does not move from its current position. If the Contestant does not bid the exact price of the item the mountain climber must ascend the mountain. The mountain climber ascends one (1) step along the mountain from its current position for every dollar the Contestant’s bid differs from the  price  of  the  item.  If  the  mountain  climber  falls  off  the  mountain,  the  game  is  over  and  the Contestant does not win the prize package.

 

  • The Contestant bids on the price of the third item presented. If the Contestant correctly bids the price, the mountain climber does not move from its current position. If the Contestant does not bid the exact price of the item the mountain climber must ascend the mountain. The mountain climber ascends one (1) step along the mountain from its current position for every dollar the Contestant’s bid differs from the  price  of  the  item.  If  the  mountain  climber  falls  off  the  mountain,  the  game  is  over  and  the Contestant does not win the prize package. If the mountain climber does not fall off the mountain, the Contestant wins the prize package.
  • If  an  error  that  would  have  changed  the  final  outcome  of  the  game  is  discovered  following  the conclusion of the game, the Contestant is awarded the prize package.

 

  1. 48. The Big Wheel :
  • From among the pool of Eligible Individuals who were not selected to participate in the One Bid Process (and  therefore  did  not  have  the  opportunity  to  play  a  pricing  game),  Producer  will  select  three  (3) Contestants to spin the Big Wheel. If any of the three (3) Eligible Individuals selected is not present in the showroom when her/his name is called or is in the showroom but doesn’t make her/his  presence known when her/his name is called, s/he forfeits the opportunity  to play the Big Wheel and  another Eligible Individual will be called.
  • The Big Wheel is a wheel with twenty (20) numbered spaces. The numbering system begins at 5 cents

($.05) and increases by 5-cent increments through one dollar ($1.00).

  • The Contestant who gets closest to one dollar ($1.00) without exceeding one dollar ($1.00), using one

(1) spin or a combination of two (2) spins, wins a prize.

  • The Contestants spin the wheel in the order in which they were selected.
  • Each Contestant must spin the wheel one (1) full revolution. If a Contestant does not spin the wheel one (1) full revolution, that spin is invalid and the Contestant must spin again. If the Contestant still cannot spin the wheel one (1) full revolution, the host may assist the Contestant with his/her spin.
  • Before the first Contestant spins the- Big Wheel, the wheel is set to the one dollar ($1.00) space.
  • Each Contestant spins the wheel. The amount that the wheel lands on is the Contestant’s score for the first spin. Once the wheel has stopped for three (3) seconds, the spin is considered  final, even if  the wheel  should  subsequently  move  to an adjacent  space.  After his/her  first spin, the Contestant  must decide if s/he would like to spin the wheel one (1) more spin. If the Contestant decides not to spin the wheel again, his/her final score is the score from his/her first spin. If the Contestant decides to spin the wheel again, s/he spins the wheel and the amount that the wheel lands on is the Contestant’s score for the second spin. The scores from the first spin and second spin are added together to be  the  Eligible Individual’s final score. *Eligible Individual needs assistance with his/her second spin, host may assist the Contestant OR if Big Wheel does not make a full revolution during the second spin, Contestant must spin again.).
  • The Contestant whose final score is closest to one dollar ($1.00) without exceeding one dollar ($1.00) is the winner of the Big Wheel game and wins the two hundred and fifty dollar ($250.00) cash prize. If the Contestant’s final score is over one dollar ($1.00) the Contestant no longer participates in the Big Wheel game.
  • If any Contestant spins exactly one dollar ($1.00) in one (1) or a combination of two (2) spins, s/he wins one hundred dollars ($100.00) and gets a bonus spin. For the bonus spin, the wheel is reset to the 5-cent ($.05) space. The Contestant spins the wheel one (1) time. If the Contestant does not spin the wheel one (1) full revolution the spin is invalid and the Contestant does not receive an additional bonus spin. If the

 

wheel  lands  on the 5-cent  or 15-cent  ($.05  or $.15) sections,  the Contestant  wins an additional  five hundred dollars ($500.00). If the wheel lands on the one dollar ($1.00) space, the Contestant wins an additional one thousand dollars ($1,000.00).

  • In the event that one or more Contestants  have the same final score, a spin-off  is held. Each of  the Contestants with the highest final scores is allowed one (1) additional spin of the wheel. Spinning order remains the same between the two Contestants.  Whoever achieves the highest score on the  spin-off spin is the winner of the Big Wheel game. If a Contestant participating in the spin-off lands on the one dollar ($1.00) spot during the spin-off, s/he will win one hundred dollars ($100.00) and will earn a bonus spin. For the spin-off bonus spin, the wheel is reset to the 5-cent ($.05) space. The Contestant spins the wheel one (1) time. If the Contestant does not spin the wheel one (1) full revolution the spin is invalid and the Contestant does not receive an additional bonus spin. if the wheel lands on either the 5-cent or

15-cent ($.05 or $.15) sections, the Contestant wins an additional five hundred ($500.00). If the wheel lands  on  the  one  dollar  ($1.00)  space,  the  Contestant  wins  an  additional  one  thousand  dollars ($1,000.00).

  • In the event that one or more Contestants have the same final score and that final score is one dollar ($1.00), a bonus spin-off occurs. For the bonus spin-off, each of the participating Contestants is allowed one (1) additional spin of the wheel. Spinning order remains the same between the two  Contestants. Prior to each bonus spin-off spin, the wheel is reset to the five-cent ($.05) space. If an Contestant spins and  the  wheel  lands  on  the  five-cent  ($.05)  or  fifteen-cent  ($.15)  space,  the  Contestant  wins  an additional five hundred dollars ($500.00). If an Contestant spins and the wheel lands on the one dollar ($1.00) space, the Contestant wins an additional one thousand dollars ($1000.00). If an Contestant does not spin the wheel one (1) full revolution for the bonus spin-off, s/he  must spin again. However, that spin is no longer considered a bonus spin, and the Contestant would not be eligible for the cash bonuses described above. The winning Contestant in the spin-off wins the $250 prize.
  • In the case of the Wheel malfunctioning in a way in which the Producers determine that equitable play is unable to continue, players who are still competing will each receive $250. In case a malfunction of this nature should occur during a bonus spin, the Contestant(s) will receive the top prize of $1,000.
  • Any cash paid immediately on stage to the Contestant is for display purposes only, to be replaced by a cash voucher after the Show. Non-winners will receive a Consolation Prize.

 

  1. 49. Hole-In-One
  • The Contestant comes on stage to play Hole-In-One for a prize package. If the Contestant putts a golf ball into the designated hole, s/he wins the prize package.
  • A grass-like mat is set up on the floor like a putting green with a hole at one end. The mat is marked with lines at various intervals.
  • Six (6) grocery items are shown on stage and described by the announcer.
  • The Contestant  must  place  the  six  (6)  items  in  ascending  order  according  to  price.  The  Contestant chooses what s/he believes to be the lowest-priced item for the first line, farthest away from the hole on the putting green. The Contestant chooses what s/he believes to be the second-lowest priced item for the second line, and so on, until all six (6) items have been placed  along the lines of the putting green.
  • After each of the items has been placed, the host reveals the price of the first item, on the first line, and then he reveals the price of the item placed on the second line.

 

  • If the price of the item  on the second  line is lower  than the price  of the item  on the first line, the

Contestant will attempt to putt a golf ball into the hole on the putting green from the first line.

  • If the price of the item on the second line is higher than the price of the item on the first line, the host then reveals the price of the item on the third line.
  • If the price of the item on the third line is lower than the price of the item on the second line, the

Contestant will attempt to putt a golf ball into the hole on the putting green from the second line.

  • If the price of the item on the third line is higher than the price of the item on the second line, the host then reveals the price of the item on the fourth line.
  • If the price of the item on the fourth  line is lower  than the price of the item  on the third line, the

Contestant will attempt to putt a golf ball into the hole on the putting green from the third line.

  • If the price of the item on the fourth line is higher than the price of the item on the third line, the host then reveals the price of the item on the fifth line
  • If the price of the item  on the fifth  line  is lower  than  the price  of the item  on the fourth  line,  the

Contestant will attempt to putt a golf ball into the hole on the putting green from the fourth line.

  • If the price of the item on the fifth line is higher than the price of the item on the fourth line, the host then reveals the price of the item on the sixth line.
  • If the  price  of  the  item  on  the  sixth  line  is  lower  than  the  price  of  the  item  on  the  fifth  line,  the

Contestant will attempt to putt a golf ball into the hole on the putting green from the fifth line.

  • If the price of the item on the sixth line is higher than the price of the item on the fifth line, the host moves a golf ball up to the sixth line. The Contestant will attempt to putt a golf ball into the hole on the putting green from the sixth line.
  • The Producers reserve the right to give the Contestant an additional attempt to putt the golf ball into the hole. The second-chance putt will take place from whichever line the Contestant putted from  on his/her first putt.
  • If any errors that would change the outcome of the game are made by the Producers or Show staff, the

Contestant is awarded the prize package.

  • If an Contestant is infirm or disabled, the Producer has the right to change the line being putted from to a tine closer to the hole. If an infirm or disabled Contestant is unable to putt or would prefer not to putt for her/himself, s/he may elect to have a friend or family member from the audience putt from the line earned during the pricing portion of the game. If the Contestant doesn’t know anyone in the audience, s/he may choose a volunteer from the audience to putt from the line earned during the pricing portion of the game. All prizes won are awarded to the original Contestant regardless of who putts.

 

  1. 50. The Plinko® Game Process:
  • The Plinko®   game is played on a tall rod-studded  surface that is almost upright and it is played  with discs that are dropped one at a time from a position above the multi-rodded surface. Each disc falls, by gravity, and bounces off the rods in its path until it reaches the bottom and drops into one of the nine receptacles.  The nine receptacles  are worth dollar values ranging from $0 up to $500, i.e.  $50, $100,

$250, $0, $500, $0, $250, $100, $50.   The producers reserve the right to alter the dollar values on the receptacles.

  • The Contestant is awarded one(1) disc upon starting the game, and then can win up to four (4) more in a pricing game as follows:

 

  • There are four (4) small items with their prices in two (2) digits apiece. One (1) of the two (2) digits is the actual true number, the other digit is a false number. The Contestant must select the true digit. If s/he is
  • right, a disc is won. If s/he is wrong, then the true digit is revealed and that opportunity is lost. (e.g., A rice cooker valued at $50 is shown with these two digits: 8 0. The second digit is the correct digit and selecting the zero (0) wins the player another disc. The first digit is false and selecting the eight (8) loses that opportunity to get that disc.)
  • Contestants do NOT win any of the items that they price in this game.
  • In the event of graphics being incorrectly loaded in the game, if it would change the outcome of game, the Contestant is awarded the disc they would have won for that prize.
  • If a chip gets stuck on the peg, the host may use a The Plinko®  game stick to free the chip. However, this nullifies the outcome of that chip. That chip that got stuck is returned to the Contestant to be dropped again.

 

  1. 51. Showcase Process:
  • Producer will randomly select two (2) Contestants as set forth in Official Rules 26-30.
  • Two (2) Contestants, chosen as described above, play the Showcase, competing for a prize package.

The Contestants  are shown the Showcase  prize package  that is also described  by the announcer. After the entire Showcase prize package has been revealed, each Contestant secretly writes down what s/he believes to be the price of the Showcase prize package. This is the Contestant’s bid.

  • Contestants must not confer nor look at each other’s bids; to do so will result in disqualification from the Showcase.
  • The host will ask each Contestant  to speak  the amount  of his/her  written  bid. If the  Contestant speaks  a  different  bid  than  the  written  bid,  only  the  written  bid  will  be  considered  valid.  If  an Contestant  has  not  written  down  a  bid  in  the  time  allotted,  s/he  will  be  disqualified  from  the Showcase.
  • The  host  then  announces  which  Contestant’s  bid  is  closest  to  the  price  of  the  Showcase  prize package, without exceeding its price. That Contestant with the winning bid wins a prize, pre-selected by the producer, from the Showcase prize package.
  • If the winning Contestant’s bid is under the actual price of the entire Showcase prize package, that winning Contestant shall win a prize, pre-selected by the producer, as described by Announcer  in- Show.   If the winning  Contestant  bid is under  the actual  value  of the Showcase  and within  One thousand  Dollars ($1000.00)  of the price of the Showcase  prize package, that winning  Contestant will win an additional prize, pre-selected by the Producer.  If the winning Contestant bid is under the actual  value  of  the  Showcase  and  within  One  Hundred  Dollars  ($100.00)  of  the  price  of  the Showcase prize package, that winning Contestant will all items featured in the Showcase.
  • In the event that both Contestants’ bids are greater than the price of the Showcase prize package, no prizes from the Showcase prize package are awarded to either Contestant.
  • In the event that both Contestants have the same written bid, and have not overbid, they both win one (the same) pre-selected  prize from the Showcase  prize package.  If they both have the  same written bid, without going over, and they are within One thousand Dollars ($1000.00) of the price of the Showcase package, they both win an additional prize from the showcase, pre-selected  by the Producer.  If they  both  have  the same  written  bid, without  going  over,  and  they  are  within  One hundred Dollars ($100.00) of the price of the Showcase package, they both win the entire Showcase prize  package.  If  both  bids  are  within  One  Hundred  Dollars  ($100.00)  without  going  over,  but

 

different from each other, the player who is closer is the only winner, and wins the entire Showcase prize package.

 

  1. 52. GENERAL CONDITIONS

 

Privacy

By participating in the Promotion, the individual grants to the Producer the right to use his/her likeness and registration   information,   including   first  name,  last  name  and  province/state   of  residence   (“Personal Information”) without further permission or compensation for the purpose of administering the Promotion. The Producer  will use Personal  Information  to conduct  the random  contestant  selection  drawing  and to confirm  each  selected  individual’s  eligibility,  including  by  “scrubbing”  his/her  name  against  Producer’s internal databases  to ensure that he/she is eligible to play.   After the drawing and eligibility  verification, Producer shall promptly  destroy all Registration  Forms containing  any Personal Information  of registrants other  than  major  prize  winners  whose  Registration   Forms  will  be  destroyed  once  prize  eligibility  is confirmed.

 

By participating in the Promotion, individuals grant to Producer the right to use his/her Personal Information for the purposes set forth above and acknowledges that the Sponsor may disclose the Personal Information to third parties or service providers of the Sponsor in connection with the foregoing.

 

Unless prohibited by law, Producer may require an individual who has won a prize to complete and sign a publicity  release  granting  Producer  the  right  to  use  his/her  personal  information,   including,  without limitation, name, likeness, city/province, photographs or comments for publicity and promotional purposes relating to the Show without compensation or further permission.   Said release may also give Producer the right to license or permit third parties to use the individual’s personal information for matters relating to or associated with the Promotion or the Show.

 

Individuals  may  also  opt-in  to receive  mailings  or promotional  materials  from  the  Venue.   Such  uses  of personal information  will be governed by Venue’s privacy policy, available for public review at the Venue website.

 

General Release

By participating in the Promotion, each individual releases and holds harmless the Released Parties from any and all liability for any loss, harm, damages, claims, costs, causes of action or injury whatsoever including, but not limited to, personal injury, accident or death, property damage, disappointment  or inconvenience arising from any act, omission or negligence whatsoever relating to the Promotion or the receipt, ownership, possession, use or misuse of any prize.

 

Regulatory Oversight

This Promotion is subject to all applicable state and municipal laws where the Venue is located and federal laws of the United States.

In the  event  of  any discrepancy or  inconsistency between the  terms and  conditions of  these  Official  Rules and any disclosures or other statements contained in any related materials including, but  not  limited to, any

entry form or advertising collateral, the terms and provisions of these Official Rules shall prevail.