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'Price is Right' biggest winner: Woman awarded biggest prize ever on Monday

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Sheree L. Heil from Tacoma, Wash. was awarded the biggest prize ever in "Price is Right" history on Monday, according to NBC News and Today Entertainment on Dec. 30.

Heil was the winner of a $157,000 Audi R8 V8 Spyder Quattro S Tronic on Monday, tweeted the long-running CBS game show, along with a photo of the black convertible car.

Sheree just won an #AudiR8 making her the BIGGEST winner in CBS Daytime #PriceIsRight History! Over #150K #Bestof2013

While playing the "Price is Right" game called Gas Money, Heil won her new car and $10,000 cash. Heil ran around the stage screaming as "Price is Right" host Drew Carey announced her victory.

Heil also stopped to give the model a hug before jumping into her new car. Heil's total winnings came to $170,345 and included the Audi R8, $10,000 cash and a pair of new Prada shoes worth $3,045.

The second biggest winner in "Price is Right" history was Vickyann Chrobak-Sadowski, who won a total of $147,517 in cash and other prizes in 2006 on the season 35 premiere episode.

Contestants won every one of the pricing games on Monday and fans at home were excited for Heil's big win. One fan tweeted, "Had tears in my eyes watching her win!! Congrats and what a GREAT prize!!!!!"

According to Heil's shirt, becoming a "Price is Right" contestant was part of her bucket list, and not only did she "come on down" and spin the wheel, but she also set a new "Price is Right" daytime record. Watch her exciting win on YouTube.



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