A Southwest Michigan woman got the chance to "come on down" on a recent episode of The Price is Right.

Hattie Seats from Benton Harbor was visiting the Los Angeles area when she and some friends got tickets to a taping of the long-running CBS game show.

The Herald-Palladium picks up the story:

When her name was called to be a contestant, she said she went into automatic pilot.

“You don’t think,” she said. “You just respond. You just get up. I just started running.”

Seats won a 2017 Mazda 3 5-door Sport, a Schwinn Airdyne AD Pro Bike and a S’well Satin Collection 17-ounce Water Bottle – Birds of Paradise.

She said she won the car playing “One Away.”

Seats said she is giving the car to another daughter, who graduated from Loyola College in Chicago this week.

One Away is a pricing game that debuted in 1984 and reveals the price of a car where every digit is either one number higher or lower than the actual price.

After Hattie's car win, she came in 2nd in the Showcase Showdown with 70 cents.

This YouTube channel, which chronicles The Price is Right games, has video of Hattie's win.

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