Host Drew Carey and a contestant about to play "Flip Flop".

Flip Flop is a pricing game on the American television game show The Price Is Right. Debuting February 25, 2000, it is played for a prize between $3,000 and $10,000.


The contestant is shown a four-digit price split between the first two digits and the last two digits. Each pair of digits is on a panel that can be flipped. On the back of the panel are the same two digits in reverse order (e.g., 24 and 42). The contestant can reverse the first two digits ("flip"), the last two digits ("flop"), or both pairs of digits ("flip flop"). However, the contestant may not leave both pairs unflipped. If the price they decide on is correct, they win the prize.


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