# What happens when both contestants overbid showcase?

## What happens when both contestants overbid showcase?

If both contestants overbid (Double Overbid said by Bob Barker/Double Over said by Drew Carey), both contestants lose. If the difference between the contestant’s bid and the actual retail price of their showcase falls \$250 or less, the contestant wins both showcases.

Have both contestants won the showcase on price is Right?

During a recent episode of The Price is Right, one of the contestants bid within \$250 of his showcase. This means he ended up winning both showcases. The contestant, a man named Joel, is only the eighth person in the show’s history to win a double showcase.

### What is a double showcase winner on The Price is Right?

The contestants are presented with a showcase of prizes. The top winner from the showdown then decides to either keep the showcase and place a bid or pass it on to the runner-up who then makes their bid. Next, a second showcase is presented and the contestant who had not bid on the first showcase makes a bid.

Has there ever been a showcase tie on price is Right?

And for the record, there was once a tie in the showcases (though it happened on the 1970s nighttime show, which didn’t have the double showcase rule, so in that instance each contestant won the showcase he or she bid on).

#### How much money do the Price is Right models make?

Models on ‘The Price Is Right’ can earn a salary of \$100,000 per season. While different models receive different hourly rates for their jobs, it’s safe to say that for any given taping of The Price Is Right each model earns about \$800 a day.

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## What happens if you don’t want the prize on The Price is Right?

There’s a common misconception that winners on The Price Is Right are able to exchange their bounties on the show for money, but this isn’t the case. If you don’t accept the prizes that Drew Carey and Co. are willing to give to you, then you go home with nothing. Watching an episode of The Price Is Right from 1982.

Can you win both showcases?

Since 1974, the winning contestant wins both showcases if the bid is within a specified amount from the actual retail price of their own showcase without going over. Until 1998, the amount was less than \$100. In 1998, it became the current \$250 or less.

### Is the big wheel on price is Right rigged?

They aren’t rigging anything. That’s just a big, free-spinning wheel.

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