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Freeze Frame is a pricing game on the American television game show The Price Is Right. Debuting on February 22, 1995, it is played for a four-digit prize worth between $3,000 and $10,000.

GameplayEdit

The gameboard features a ring of eight tiles, each with a two-digit number. A frame encloses two of the tiles at the top of the ring, which form a four-digit price.

The gameboard incrementally rotates one tile clockwise, each time stopping so that a different price appears in the frame. To win the prize, the contestant must pull a lever to stop the ring from moving while the correct price of the prize is shown in the frame.


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