Hi there, I’m Jasmine. We continue our look at pricing games on The Price Is Right. Today, we will examine some other pricing games that do not require quite as much strategy, but that have hints or guidelines that may point you toward the right prices.
In this game, you are given a wrong price for a bonus prize. You must make it correct by either swapping the first two digits [flipping], swapping the last two digits [flopping], or doing both [flip flopping].
If you’re not sure, look at the first two digits. If they look correct in the initial setup, simply flop the last two digits – after all, you know that the initial setup was incorrect.
In this game, you are given six grocery items to place in order from lowest to highest price. You must then putt a golf ball into a hole in two attempts, with the distance decreasing for each item ordered correctly.
If you’re not sure, save the items you’re not sure about until the end, and put the ones you are sure about in order. You’ll be giving up on the US$1,000 bonus, but making sure of an easier putt.
By the way, this game is called Hole In Or Two.
In this game, you are given six grocery items and must arrange them in four levels: one item on the top and bottom levels, and two items on each of the middle levels. Each level must have a higher total than the one before. If you are successful, you win US$100,000, but you may bail at the first level for US$1,000, at the second level for US$5,000, or the third level for US$10,000.
If you’re not sure, avoid putting the least expensive item at the bottom. The most expensive item always goes at the top, but usually, the least expensive item has to be paired with one of the more expensive items on the second or third level.
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