Bargain Hunters was an ABC network game show which aired from July 6 to September 4, 1987.
It was hosted by Peter Tomarken and produced by Merrill Heatter Productions & Josephson Communications Inc.
The show featured home shopping segments in which viewers could purchase items featured on the show, a unique feature among daytime game shows.
The premise of the show was that contestants were pitted directly against each other in a series of small games, all of which centered around the contestants assessing which prize from a given selection was marked furthest below its retail price.
"Bargain Hunters" aired as a summer replacement and it the first daytime game show to air on ABC since it ended its game show block a year earlier.
ABC would not attempt another daytime game show after Bargain Hunters until three years later, when it revived "Match Game."