2 for the Price of 1 is a pricing game on the American television game show The Price Is Right. Debuting on December 12, 1989, this game is played for two prizes, one worth between $300 and $1,000, and the other worth more than $2,500. This game was the first game to be created by former host Bob Barker.
The object of this game is to guess the price of the three-digit prize. To start the game, the contestant is shown two rows of three digits; each position has two possibilities. The contestant must chose each digit from the top or bottom row to form the correct price of the prize in order to win both prizes. They are given any one of the three digits they wish for free at the beginning of the game.