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Priceless (Gimmick and Online Instructions) by Michel Huot and Richard Sanders


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ANY PRICE NAMED is instantly seen HANGING ON A PRICE TAG… anywhere on your clothing!

From the minds of Michel Huot and Richard Sanders comes a comedy mentalism breakthrough.

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Effect:Walk up to anyone…
“How much do you think I paid for my jacket?”
They name ANY PRICE, example “$84.25” (which you jot down on a notepad)
Immediately, you look up and say, “I didn’t pay $84.25 for my jacket”
“In fact, I didn’t pay anything for it… I just took it!”
Instantly, you remove your jacket, REVEALING A SECURITY TAG with a price tag hanging from it. (This is a very funny moment!)
As the laughter subsides… they notice the price on the price tag… miraculously, it’s $84.25!

Priceless is an organic, impossible prediction built into a comedy prop, a security tag.
This can be played for laughs or as a serious mentalism piece.

Any numbers named instantly appears on a price tag hanging from ANY PART OF YOUR CLOTHING.
– Inside your jacket
– On your back
– On the back of your shirt (with your jacket over it)
– Under the collar of your jacket
– and more…

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Priceless comes with:
– 1 Custom designed security tag gimmick
– 2 different plastic, dry/wet erase price tags (that will last a lifetime)
– 1 wet erase marker
– A 90 minute video tutorial guiding you though every nuance of this amazing effect
– Plus LIVE PERFORMANCES both ON STAGE at a comedy club and CLOSE-UP in various venues

– Close-up or stage
– Easy to do
– Self contained gimmick
– 3 SECOND RESET for close-up workers
– Simple set-up
– Just clip it anywhere and go


“I want to be the only one using this!” – David Stone

“I just found my new opener!” – Andi Gladwin

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