Some games on the long-running show “The Price Is Right” are easier than others. But one contestant on an episode that aired Thursday had it easiest of all.

Andrea, a contestant, was playing a game called "Five Price Tags" where she had to pick the right price among five different choices in order to win a 2015 Hyundai Sonata SE.

When she guessed $19,849 on her first try, "Price Is Right" model Manuela Arbelaez removed the price tag off the top of the board. But instead of stopping there, she removed another price tag underneath for $21,960 — revealing a “WIN!” placard.

Host Drew Carey reacted with a loud “Noooooo!” and after Arbelaez tried to put the price tag back on the board, the contestant shouted “I won it!”

“Congratulations, Manuela just gave you a car!” Carey said, laughing.

After Arbelaez, who was shocked by her gaffe, tried to hide behind the game, Carey brought her back out and the contestant gave her a hug.

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Despite Arbelaez's mistake, she isn’t in trouble with the show, she says.

"For those of you asking: the producers and @DrewFromTV couldn't have been more supportive and understanding. I'm not in trouble :) phew!” she tweeted.

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