Some of the pricing games get won immediately because of luck or because of the fact that it's easy to play. Some of the pricing games haven't been won on the day they had been played because they were hard to play or just made an incorrect guess when it was a 50/50 gamble, but some of the pricing games can still get their first win after the second playing at least. Keep in mind that Bullseye "I" was never won, Double Bullseye was a 2-player pricing game which meant one player wins and one player loses and Professor Price was won twice.
The following pricing games in bold, italicized text have been retired and are inactive.
The following pricing games in dark green are in current rotation.
To prove this is true, log on to tpirstats.com, www.youtube.com and www.qwizx.com seen below on the links page. If any of you watched Price is Right, please fill in the missing spots on the pricing games I left blank because I couldn't figure out their very first wins.
A lot of pricing games tend to get their first wins on the year it premiered in.
TBA = To Be Announced means no answer has been found until further notice.
Here's a hint: the following pricing games highlighted in red didn't get their first win on the day it premiered in. Log on to tpirstats.com and look out for when the pricing game got played again. After that, check on www.qwizx.com and see if the pricing game got won on the next playing.
Bonkers did receive its first win in 2001. Due to a malfunction, it aired on October 1 when it was supposed to be scheduled for September 24.
Pay the Rent did receive its first win in April 2013. It aired on April 24 when it was supposed to be scheduled for April 22, 2013.
Double Cross did receive its first win in August 2012. It aired on August 17 when it was supposed to be scheduled for August 14, 2012.