Seven circulate among collectors: March 15 and December 17, 1973 (both as master copies), plus February 6-8/11-12, 1974.
The other five (March 12/20/28 and April 5/13, 1973) are held by the UCLA Film & Television Archive.
Screwed by the Network: Aside from its third-place ranking, then-NBC daytime programming chief Lin Bolen was trying to rid the network's schedule of games hosted by middle-aged men on technologically-obsolete sets, as part of an aggressive attempt to bolster ratings among women aged 18-34 (she had already done this in March 1973 with Concentration); this may explain why two months before the show ended, the format was changed significantly to remove the bidding and true/false elements from the front game and replaced with more "traditional" buzz-in questions. At the beginning of July 1974, Three on a Match was replaced by Winning Streak (with the same producer, host, and announcer) in a timeslot swap with Jeopardy! Neither game made it past January 3, 1975.