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Cassidy Schiltz had every right to go cartwheel crazy after she won the “Price is Right’s” second biggest prize in the history of the series during an episode that aired yesterday.
Schiltz, of California, took home $140,236 in cash and prizes from the game show as part of Big Money Week, having won $100,000 during a single game, titled ½ off. The enthusiastic blonde cartwheeled on stage, along with her friends who rushed to celebrate with her once her winnings were revealed.
Wearing a shirt that read “Whose price is it anyway?,” Schiltz fell to the floor on the stage when she found out she was also taking home a BMW.
The award makes her the second-biggest prize winner in the history of the “Price is Right.” In 2008, a teacher took home more than $1 million during a special “$1,000,000 Spectacular” episode, making him the show’s reigning top winner.