31Dec2014
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Video: Sheree Heil Wins Biggest Prize in Daytime “The Price is Right” History

Monday was pretty exciting for game shows all over the world.  We already discussed Deal or No Deal.  In America, The Price is Right gave us the biggest thrill of the day.  Today was a special “Best of 2013″ special.  The Drew Carey-hosted show looked back to some of the year’s best moments and prizes.  One game on Monday’s episode will stand out for genre fans for a while.  In honor of the popular “Dream Car Week”, contestant Sheree Heil from Tacoma, Washington, played “Gas Money” for a $150,000+ car.

The game isn’t easy to win, but Sheree managed to beat the odds in an awfully difficult setup to win the $157,000 Audi plus an extra $10,000 in cash.  She ended the day with over $170,000 in cash and prizes.  Did you miss today’s record-breaking episode?  Take a look at Sheree’s crowning moment as the biggest winner in daytime Price by clicking here.  What did you think?  Pretty exciting, right?

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9 responses to "Video: Sheree Heil Wins Biggest Prize in Daytime “The Price is Right” History"

  • George S. says:

    It was pretty cool to see a big ticket item one but at the same time I would’ve rather seen someone actually work a little harder than she did to set a record.
    As a side note. I get wanting to give away big ticket items like the Audi but unless they’re giving away a substantial amount of cash to go with it, what’s the point? Yeah she won $10,000 and all but I’m quite sure that isn’t covering the taxes.

    • Nick says:

      She can sell the Audi

      • Andrew says:

        She can only sell it if she can keep it.
        She can only keep it if she can pay the taxes.
        She can only pay the taxes if she has five figures sitting around, which that $10,000 prize might not cover.

        It’s the easiest way for game shows to *look* like they’re giving away huge prizes when they actually aren’t.

        • BranSul says:

          Legally that isn’t accurate. If she accepts the car she’d be on the hook for the taxes, but no law says she has to pay them beforehand. She would file up to April 15 like all other income.

  • D.J. says:

    Not only that. Today show has the perfect game. All six pricing game has won, the very rare to happen on this show. What a way to end this wonderful year. :D

    • Tony DuMont says:

      Actually it begun 2014, but still I was glad for the perfect game. I almost thought the sixth game would result in a loss.

  • Nathan Williams says:

    This game looks a lot like “Trivia Trap” for some odd reason, except that there is one incorrect guess added for good measure.

  • Nathan Williams says:

    This game plays a lot like “Trivia Trap” for some odd reason, except that there is one incorrect guess added for good measure.

  • bmhedgehog says:

    looked like the car door got stuck for a sec. Also what the hell did Sheree say about Drew’s smell? I didn’t catch that.

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