Woman wins $157,000 car, biggest daytime winner on “Price Is Right” ever

A woman named Sheree just became the “Price is Right’s” biggest daytime winner, taking home a $157,000 Audi and ten thousand dollars in cash.


I’m a sucker for these things, and she seems like the kind of person you’d like to see win. So it’s a fun little video, enjoy.

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  • riannonqas321

    My Uncle Sean just got Audi
    Q7 by working part-time off of a pc. see B­i­g­2­9­.­ℂ­o­m

  • ComradeRutherford

    Deathrace 2000!

  • ComradeRutherford

    Just what I was going to say. Is it 30%, or 50% on game show winnings? So she’s got to come up with $75K for the car (probably two or three year’s income for her), and $5K for the cash.

  • travisBhull

    Great advertisement of the TPR and the federal government provided by Americablog, a wholly owned subsidiary of federal government, inc. Does Americablog get a cut of the $50,000 (assuming a tax rate of 30% on this 157k car and $10k cash) estimated federal income tax bill this lady will have to pay the federal government by 4/15/2014 for every retiree’s must have Audi? John has been nursing on the appendage of good daddy government since achieving puberty.

  • ckg1

    I believe the article states “biggest DAYTIME winner”.

    Just saying.

  • cantake8

    Now all she has to do is pay taxes on her prizes, pay to register the car and insure it.

  • dula

    The Hungry Running Man

  • Do you suppose it will be The Running Man or The Hunger Games?

  • dula

    Soon we’ll all have to compete on a TV game show in order to win the “entitlements” we’ve paid into all our lives.

  • TampaZeke

    I hope she has the $70,000+ to give Uncle Sam when he come a’knockin’ come April 15th.

  • jinkiesshaggy

    Not while it’s under warranty.

  • cay
  • emjayay

    With all the prices in the same ballpark, and the price of an Audi supercar not being something anyone but a specialist of some kind might know exactly, the odds of wending your way though those choices must be pretty small.

  • emjayay


  • SkippyFlipjack

    They recruit that kind of person as contestants. I tried out for Wheel of Fortune once — like “fletcher” above, while on vacation — and did OK on the written test but wasn’t demonstrative enough. They didn’t like that I laughed when I got a wrong answer and didn’t go nuts when I got one right. Didn’t make the cut.

  • fletcher

    Having tried out to be a contestant on one game show years ago, I noticed in the agreement to appear that I could get the cash equivalent of the prize if I chose to do so. Alas I never got on stage before I had to fly back home from my vacation.

  • I’d like to at least be able to drive it once before selling it to pay the tax. And of course, she’s gonna have to sell it for less than the stated value of the car. But at least she should be able to walk away with a few bucks.

    I understand that the dirty little secret about shows like that is that a good many of the prizes go unclaimed because it’s more of a financial burden to claim them. Paying taxes on $10,000 worth of prizes can put you in a financial bind.

  • keirmeister

    It’s always fun seeing someone that energetic and happy.


    The maintenance on that car is gonna be a real bitch.

  • Timothy

    There’s a $157K Audi?

  • TonyT

    She was zooming on adrenalin the whole time!

  • Sally

    I hear the Duck Dynasty quacks are very rich..if she spouts Bible verses and anti-liberal mush, I bet they’d pay ehr tax bill for her.

  • Hopefully, she is sensible and will sell the car.

  • SkippyFlipjack

    She won a $70k tax bill. Good thing she has something to sell to pay for it :)

  • kingstonbears

    Cute, great way to start the morning. Hopefully she can afford the tax.

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