This Day in TV History – January 31st, 1992 – The Price is Right’s “Pick a Number” Pricing Game Debuts

A pricing game with a very simple concept debuted on The Price is Right on this day in television history.

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Pick-A-Number debuted on January 31, 1992 on The Price is Right. This is how the set and props appear in a more modern installment of the show. (Courtesy: Fremantle Media/CBS)

Pick-A-Number debuted on January 31, 1992 on The Price is Right.

The game is perhaps one of the simplest in the show. One number is missing in the price of a price, and a contestant must pick from one of three numbers to successfully complete the price. A correct pick means a win!

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