History Awesome / SaleOfTheCentury

16th Jun '16 9:38:56 AM Hallwings
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* April 26, 1985 (daytime): Jeff Colburn clinches the Lot, winning $123,753. In the previous episode, he cleared the board and won an Oldsmobile Toronado with a score of $121.
16th Jun '16 7:50:26 AM Hallwings
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* 8 July 1999: Andrew Yeend wins the Lot on a tie-breaker, with a total of $357,889 (including a $184,000 Cash Jackpot), making him the series' tenth largest winner during the show's run.



* 21 February 2001: Simon Fallon, whose run comprised of the first eight regular episodes of the final season, wins $434,065 (including a Jackpot of $292,000).

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* 21 February 2001: Simon Fallon, whose run comprised of the first eight regular episodes of the final season, wins $434,065 (including a Jackpot of $292,000).$292,000), making him the third highest winner during the show's run.
13th Jun '16 6:22:02 AM Hallwings
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* 11-17 November 1994: Champion Dean Sole wins the lot in only five shows, posting scores of $164, a franchise record $201, $110, $150, and $165, giving him a total of $85,313. [[note]]This version kept the shopping format for its entire run, with no cash jackpot.[[/note]]

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* 11-17 November 1994: Champion Dean Sole wins the lot in only five shows, posting scores of $164, a franchise record $201, $110, $150, and $165, giving him a total of $85,313. [[note]]This [[note]](This version kept the shopping format for its entire run, with no cash jackpot.[[/note]] )[[/note]]
13th Jun '16 6:18:25 AM Hallwings
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* 23 March 1999: 21-year-old Ben Wong, who often won his games with over $100, wins $340,249 (including a Jackpot of $178,000) despite trailing throughout most of the show. Wong was the last Lot winner before the premiere of ''Who Wants To Be a Millionaire'' and in turn, the "New Century" format.

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* 23 March 1999: 21-year-old Ben Wong, who often won his games with over $100, wins $340,249 (including a Jackpot of $178,000) despite trailing throughout most of the show. Wong was the last Lot winner before the premiere of ''Who Wants To Be a Millionaire'' and in turn, as well as one of the last before the "New Century" format.
11th Jun '16 11:58:36 PM goldenroad
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* 9 September 2005: Rob O'Neill becomes Temptation Lot Winner #3, winning $701,241, and making him the all-time Australian game show champion... [[spoiler:that is until [[Series/WhoWantsToBeAMillionaire Rob "Coach" Fulton became Australia's first Millionaire one month later]].]]

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* 9 September 2005: Rob O'Neill becomes Temptation Lot Winner #3, winning $701,241, and making him the all-time Australian game show champion... [[spoiler:that that is until [[Series/WhoWantsToBeAMillionaire Rob "Coach" Fulton became Australia's first Millionaire one month later]].]]
3rd Jun '16 9:14:10 PM goldenroad
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3rd Jun '16 9:13:29 PM goldenroad
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* 12 November 1986: In his final game, future Aussie ''Sale'' question-setter David Poltorak answered 35 of the 55 questions posed on that show ('''16''' of which being the Speedround), winning with a staggering '''''$200''''', a record which stands to this date, and winning a then-record total of $376,104[[AndNinetyNineCents .27]] (including a $244,000 Jackpot).

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* 12 November 1986: In his final game, future Aussie ''Sale'' question-setter David Poltorak answered 35 of the 55 questions posed on that show ('''16''' of which being the Speedround), winning with a staggering '''''$200''''', a record which stands to this date, and winning a then-record total of $376,104[[AndNinetyNineCents .27]] (including a $244,000 Jackpot).



* 14 March 2007: Tony Barber and Alyce Platt (the most memorable partnership in "Sale" history) filling in for Ed Phillips and Livinia Nixon ([[ADayInTheLimelight who were playing against Dr. Andrew Rochford and Giaan Rooney of "What's Good For You" in a special "Battle of the Network Shows"]]), and showing that they still had it, even after a sixteen-year absence. [[spoiler: A bit of a DownerEnding for Ed and Livinia, though, as they lost the game at the last second.]]

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* 14 March 2007: Tony Barber and Alyce Platt (the most memorable partnership in "Sale" history) filling in for Ed Phillips and Livinia Nixon ([[ADayInTheLimelight who were playing against Dr. Andrew Rochford and Giaan Rooney of "What's Good For You" in a special "Battle of the Network Shows"]]), and showing that they still had it, even after a sixteen-year absence. [[spoiler: A bit of a DownerEnding for Ed and Livinia, though, as they lost the game at the last second.]]


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* 11-17 November 1994: Champion Dean Sole wins the lot in only five shows, posting scores of $164, a franchise record $201, $110, $150, and $165, giving him a total of $85,313. [[note]]This version kept the shopping format for its entire run, with no cash jackpot.[[/note]]

27th Apr '16 6:23:52 PM Hallwings
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* October 1988: Mike [=McCarthy=] wins the Lot, accumulating $262,444 in cash and prizes (including a $126,000 Jackpot).

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* October 1988: Mike [=McCarthy=] wins the Lot, [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bELuHDPa7_8 accumulating $262,444 in cash and prizes (including a $126,000 Jackpot).Jackpot) during his eight-night run.]]
27th Apr '16 6:23:18 PM Hallwings
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* October 1988: Mike [=McCarthy=] wins the Lot, accumulating $262,444 in cash and prizes (including a $126,000 Jackpot).
22nd Apr '16 7:19:05 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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* April 8, 1985 (daytime): Mark [=DeCarlo=] ([[HeyItsThatGuy Yes,]] [[WesternAnimation/JimmyNeutron THAT one]]) becomes the first player to win the Lot in the Winners' Board era, winning $115,257, despite trailing throughout most of the show and winning only after his opponent missed a tie-breaker question.

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* April 8, 1985 (daytime): Mark [=DeCarlo=] ([[HeyItsThatGuy Yes,]] (Yes, [[WesternAnimation/JimmyNeutron THAT one]]) becomes the first player to win the Lot in the Winners' Board era, winning $115,257, despite trailing throughout most of the show and winning only after his opponent missed a tie-breaker question.
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