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The Price is Right The player wins by placing the near perfect offer

The Price is Right The player wins by placing the near perfect offer

A Canadian man has set another milestone The price is correct Friday Almost by guessing Exact total From today’s show.

During a taped episode of the CBS game show, Patrice Masse of Grande Prairie, Alberta, Canada placed a bid of $39,500 for a prize package worth $39,501. His near-perfect guess made him a double winner, earning him a prize pool of $83,068.

A distraught Drew Carey called it “the best show in the history of the show, in my opinion.” The host also reminded viewers that Massey “did not get any help at all from anyone in the audience.”

Any contestant whose bid comes within $250 of the total automatically wins both showcases. Items in Masse’s winnings include a brand-new Kia K5 GT-Line, luxury trips to Milan, Italy, Hawaii and Miami, and designer clothing from Versace, Gucci and Coach.

In 2008, a contestant named Terry Kniss won the double show by placing a perfect bid of $23,743. There were also players who reached $10 or less in the total bid price.

Needless to say, Macy’s wife Tina was over the moon and couldn’t wait to get on stage to witness her generosity.

The price is correct Produced by Fremantle and broadcast weekdays on CBS.

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