‘The Price is Right’ gives wheelchair-bound contestant a treadmill

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Yes, the price was right — but the prize was wrong.

On Tuesday’s episode of “The Price is Right,” a wheelchair-bound contestant won a treadmill.

Danielle was playing the “1RightPrice” game when Drew Carey asked the show’s announcer to reveal the prizes, a sauna and a treadmill. She correctly guessed the price of the $3,695 sauna, meaning she also won the $2,400 treadmill.

Viewers took to Twitter to express confusion over the unfortunate prize given to Danielle.

To her credit, she appeared to be genuinely thrilled with her win.

“Every member of ‘The Price Is Right’ studio audience has a chance to be selected to play,” CBS said in a statement to CNBC.com. “Prizes are determined in advance of the show and are not decided based on the contestants.”

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