Price Is Wrong! Game Show Contestants Think an iPhone 6 Costs Over $7,000

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Along with the rest of the Internet, we are quite fond of game show fails and this Price Is Right clip definitely falls into that category.

The contestants are bidding on an iPhone 6 and when the first contestant makes their bid, the second contestant does a popular Price Is Right strategy and goes $1 above, so that if it's anything above the first bid, they win.

Sneaky, sneaky...except that the first person bid $7500! To be fair, the phone did come with a 1-year calling plan, 4 gigs of data and unlimited talk and text. For anyone who has ever been hit with overage charges, you know that can be a lot - but $7500?

After the outrageous $7500 and $7501 bids, the remaining two contestants seemed to have a much better grasp on the pricing situation and both bid under $1000.

The actual price of the phone and calling plan? $1969.
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