'Price Is Right' gives its biggest winner yet a $157,000 car
Come on down, Sheree Heil, and celebrate the biggest win in daytime "Price Is Right" history! The long-running game show on Monday tweeted that contestant Heil had won an Audi R8 Spyder Quattro among other prizes and cash to become the biggest winner with winnings totaling $170,345.
The black convertible is worth $157,300. The starting price for an Audi R8 is $114,900, and includes features such as automatic climate control, automatic windshield wipers and headlights, six-CD changer, parking system with rear view camera and much more.
Heil, who is from Tacoma, Wash., won her new car playing Gas Money. The game gives players the chance to not only win a vehicle, but also $10,000 cash, which Heil also snagged. As host Drew Carey announced that she was victorious, Heil screamed and ran a circle around the stage, stopping to give the model a big hug before jumping with joy and then hopping into her expensive new ride.
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Fans of the show were excited as the win played out on their small screens.
In addition to the cash and car, the Tacoma resident won Prada shoes worth $3,045.
The previous record holder was Vickyann Chrobak-Sadowski, who won $147,517 in cash and prizes in season 35's premiere episode in 2006. "The Price Is Right" has also aired several "$1,000,000 Spectacular" special episodes in prime time. The biggest winner for the specials is Adam Rose, who in 2008 won $1,153,908 in cash and prizes.
Heil wasn't the only winner on Friday. It was a very good day overall for contestants on "The Price Is Right."
As the show pointed out on its Twitter account, every pricing game was won on Monday, and it proved to be an exciting show for fans to watch.
"The Price Is Right" airs weekdays on CBS.