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“Let’s Make A Deal” Welcomes Publishers Clearing House for $100,000 Giveaway

This week’s contestants on CBS’s Emmy nominated Let’s Make A Deal have thousands of extra reasons to be excited.  $20,000, to be specific.  The Wayne Brady-hosted daytime game will be welcoming Publishers Clearing House during the week of May 6th for a $100,000 giveaway.  Each day there’s $20,000 up for grabs in one of the show’s most popular games such as “Smash For Cash,” “Go For A Spin,” “Strike a Match” and “Go Big Or Go Home.”

Every day a new contestant has the shot at winning twenty grand by beating the game.  Beyond that, though, they can still win tens of thousands of dollars in cash and prizes during the Big Deal of the Day.

Other Fremantle game shows have recently brought in Publishers Clearing House for big money giveaways.  Earlier this year Family Feud held a Big Money Tournament where a record $160,000 was awarded.  Also earlier this year The Price is Right awarded $20,000 to the first person who beat a pricing game on that day’s show.

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2 responses to "“Let’s Make A Deal” Welcomes Publishers Clearing House for $100,000 Giveaway"

  • So Smash for Cash is already a top prize of $20,000, so not a big deal. The others usually play for about a $15,000 car, so some added prize value, and always, cash is king….

    But hopefully folks will take some of the PCH money :)

  • Scott says:

    They did this back in October 2012 for a week as well…

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