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The price is just for the record.
“Lucky “Price is Right” contestant, Mike Stouber was the time of the long-running show is in the record for the highest earnings on Monday, when he won nearly $263,000 in cash and prizes. The previous record was about $214,000.
“It’s been wild,” says the 29-year-old Freehold, new jersey, and lives there, describing the sensation as “surreal.”
The show, which was broadcast to 63 years of age, has never been seen before in a win that big.
Stouber had the majority of his income is in the show, the famous “Plinko pricing game, but he was hardly in a position to handle how much they had gained prior to your departure.
“THE PRICE IS RIGHT’ CONTESTANT ALMOST KNOCKED HER TO THE AUDIENCE, WHILE EAGER TO EMBRACE THE
During the show, you’re here and everything’s going so fast, you don’t even need a second to realize what’s going on,” he tells The Post. “I think that’s where we are on the left, and then back to our hotel room, and it settled in that it happened to.”
Stouber’s been a long time fan of the show, and it’s used to watch it with his grandmother before she passed away.
“I have watched the show for as long as I can remember,” he said. His wife never really watched the show,” and the shock was even greater when he won it. “I don’t think they really knew what was going on until it was, like, oh, my god, my god, he’s won all this money,” he said.
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They had to keep their earnings a secret for a little more than a month, and have been filmed back in the beginning of the end of September. When the show aired on Monday, she went down the steps and was holding a watch party with your friends. “We weren’t allowed to tell anyone, so for them, it was a huge shock,” he said of his party guests. By the end of it, “She said,” You’re going to go down in the books!'”
He’s still not sure exactly how much of a gain he’ll get to take home as a major part of it will go to Uncle Sam.
Stouber, says to his wife that he will invest his winnings and use it to make little improvements around the house.
But when he’s on his way. “I’d probably have to buy a Ferrari,” he tells The Post. He also likes the idea of the design of the hot tub.
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The women of game show winners, you can’t get a break from it this week. The “Wheel of Fortune” host Pat Sajak asked the participant to Dan Davis for him / herself, and the California trucker’s response was shocking, to mean “I’m trapped in a loveless marriage for the last 12 years, an old battle-ax named Kim. They have cursed my life by three step-children, is called Star, RJ and Ryan, and I’m a bad grandson,” the small-business owner to respond. His wife told me later that she thought it was a joke.
This article was originally published in The New York Post.