Price is Right - Party Plan Game
Fun game for all. You will need play money and small inexpensive prizes.
Each guest receives $400 to start. Put $300 of that at their feet. If they decide to book a show anytime during the game, they can pick up the $300. They get to keep the $100 just for playing. You can throw in booking suggestions by offering a $100.
With larger crowds not everyone will have the opportunity to be a contestant, but they will still have a chance to earn money. Offer 2 commercial breaks at which they will get $100 for every question they ask. Commercials could be about hosting a show, starting their own (your company) business, etc.
Have each guest fill out a drawing slip.
Draw 2 Contestants - Each gets $100. They will be your participants for the first game.
1st Item Up for Bid - Select from the games listed below. The winner is the one who comes closest without going over the actual price. $100 goes to the winner. $200 for getting the price exactly right. $100 goes to the loser for playing.
1st Commercial - Hostess Program: They can only ask questions about the Hostess program. Set a 60 second time limit. Give a $100 to each guests who ask a question concerning the Hostess Program. Remind them that if they book tonight they can pick up the $300 at their feet.
Draw 2 New Contestants - Each gets $100. They will be your participants for the second game.
2nd Item Up for Bid - Select from the games listed below. The winner is the one who comes closest without going over the actual price. $100 goes to the winner. $200 for getting the price exactly right. $100 goes to each loser for playing.
2nd Commercial - Consultant Opportunity: They can only ask questions about the Consultant program. Set a 60 second time limit. Give a $100 to each guests who ask a question concerning the Consultant Opportunity. Remind them that if they book tonight they can pick up the $300 at their feet. In addition, shows booked tonight get an extra $500 bonus!
Depending on the number of guests, you can do a 3rd game.
Pricing Game - Display 3 items - 2 at the same price, 1 different. Which 2 are the same?
More or Less Game - Display 1 item. Is the price more or less than $$?
Higher or Lower Game - Have an item that they need to guess whether the price is higher or lower. They have 30 seconds to get it right. Keep coaching higher or lower till they get it right or times up.
Match the Price Game - Have price cards for 3 items. They must match the prices correctly to each item to win.
The two with the most money win and get to continue to the Showcase Showdown. Total up your Business Starter Kit and have them guess the price without going over. If you have your starter kit to display that works really great with the Showdown. The guests that comes the closest, without going over the price, wins that much in play money.
At the end of the class, have special items they can purchase with their winnings. For example, a sample a set of votives cost them $200, votive holder cost $500, etc.