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12th Oct '16 11:50:56 PM Lirodon
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** The 1972 revival did not immediately have such a sweepstakes, but did re-purpose showcases as a final round for the two remaining in-studio contestants.(get closer to your showcase's price in total than your opponent with theirs without going over to win). By the 1980's, the CBS version would begin holding "Home Viewer Showcase" sweepstakes from time to time, which were done much like their 1960's counterpart, Around the same period, the show also offered "The Phone Home Game", a pricing game where an in-studio and home contestant on the phone could split up to $15,000 in cash.
** The "Win-at-Home" game made an appearance one year into Drew Carey's reign (which involves calling a 1-800 number where you will also allegedly hear "money-saving offers"), and Home Viewer Showcases were also revived as well.

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** The 1972 revival did not immediately have such a sweepstakes, but did re-purpose showcases re-purposed Showcases as a the final round for the two remaining in-studio contestants.contestants (get closer to your showcase's Showcase's price in total than your opponent with theirs without going over to win). By the 1980's, the CBS version would begin holding "Home Viewer Showcase" sweepstakes from time to time, which were done much like their 1960's counterpart, counterpart. Around the same period, the show also offered "The Phone Home Game", a pricing game where an in-studio and home contestant on the phone could split up to $15,000 in cash.
** The "Win-at-Home" game made an appearance one year into Drew Carey's reign (which involves calling a 1-800 number where you will also allegedly hear "money-saving offers"), and Home Viewer Showcases were also briefly revived as well.well. A more frequent appearance are promotions for online giveaways tied to certain prizes (especially when something is given away to the entire audience).
14th Jul '16 10:04:23 AM faunas
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For a variant which consists only of audience-only game play, see PhoneInGameShows.

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For a variant which consists only of audience-only game play, see PhoneInGameShows.
14th Jul '16 10:00:31 AM faunas
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For a variant which consists only of audience-only game play, see PhoneInGameShows.
8th Jan '16 11:18:36 PM Gimere
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* The 1990s ''ToTellTheTruth'' featured host Alex Trebek giving away dates with Creator/{{NBC}} SoapOpera stars to female viewers, one of whom later appeared in the show's "One on One" audience game.

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* The 1990s ''ToTellTheTruth'' ''Series/ToTellTheTruth'' featured host Alex Trebek giving away dates with Creator/{{NBC}} SoapOpera stars to female viewers, one of whom later appeared in the show's "One on One" audience game.
19th Mar '15 4:58:44 AM garrisonskunk
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* ''Series/DealOrNoDeal'' (The U.S. version) had "The Lucky Case Game". A graphic of five cases would be displayed and people would text which one they thought held money. Texts with the correct case number would be collected and a winner drawn and announced at the end of the broadcast.
3rd Dec '14 11:59:37 AM nombretomado
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* The whole late 1980s/early 1990s NBC game show line-up (back when NBC ''had'' a game show line-up) ''Series/{{Blockbusters}}''/''[[{{Concentration}} Classic Concentration]]'', ''Series/{{Scrabble}}'', ''Wheel of Fortune'' and ''Series/WinLoseOrDraw'' would often do combined contests, such as 1987's "[[IncrediblyLamePun Car-razy]] February".

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* The whole late 1980s/early 1990s NBC game show line-up (back when NBC ''had'' a game show line-up) ''Series/{{Blockbusters}}''/''[[{{Concentration}} ''Series/{{Blockbusters}}''/''[[{{Series/Concentration}} Classic Concentration]]'', ''Series/{{Scrabble}}'', ''Wheel of Fortune'' and ''Series/WinLoseOrDraw'' would often do combined contests, such as 1987's "[[IncrediblyLamePun Car-razy]] February".
24th Aug '14 4:02:47 PM mlsmithca
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* ''Series/ThePriceIsRight'': The BillCullen era had Showcases as its sweepstakes, where viewers could send in their total bid on a series of prizes to be eligible to win the entire lot.

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* ''Series/ThePriceIsRight'': The BillCullen Creator/BillCullen era had Showcases as its sweepstakes, where viewers could send in their total bid on a series of prizes to be eligible to win the entire lot.
9th Jul '14 6:52:45 AM SeptimusHeap
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* ''TheChallengers''

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* ''TheChallengers''''Series/TheChallengers''
13th Mar '14 10:21:50 AM SeptimusHeap
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* The whole late 1980s/early 1990s NBC game show line-up (back when NBC ''had'' a game show line-up) ''{{Blockbusters}}''/''[[{{Concentration}} Classic Concentration]]'', ''Series/{{Scrabble}}'', ''Wheel of Fortune'' and ''Series/WinLoseOrDraw'' would often do combined contests, such as 1987's "[[IncrediblyLamePun Car-razy]] February".

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* The whole late 1980s/early 1990s NBC game show line-up (back when NBC ''had'' a game show line-up) ''{{Blockbusters}}''/''[[{{Concentration}} ''Series/{{Blockbusters}}''/''[[{{Concentration}} Classic Concentration]]'', ''Series/{{Scrabble}}'', ''Wheel of Fortune'' and ''Series/WinLoseOrDraw'' would often do combined contests, such as 1987's "[[IncrediblyLamePun Car-razy]] February".
11th Jan '14 10:10:36 AM LongLiveHumour
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* [[TheWindyCity Chicago's]] ''Bozo's Circus'' had the Grand Prize Game, where an audience member tosses ping pong balls into buckets to win prizes. Each player would also be playing for someone at home, whose postcard would be drawn out of the Bozo Drum before the game started. The home "player" would receive the same prizes the in studio player won.

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* [[TheWindyCity Chicago's]] UsefulNotes/{{Chicago}} ''Bozo's Circus'' had the Grand Prize Game, where an audience member tosses ping pong balls into buckets to win prizes. Each player would also be playing for someone at home, whose postcard would be drawn out of the Bozo Drum before the game started. The home "player" would receive the same prizes the in studio player won.
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