Deal or No Deal Slot
|Coin Sizes:||5p, 10p, 20p|
|Top Payout:||Game Jackpot|
|Features:||3 x Bonus Games|
Deal or No Deal Slot How to Play
How to Play Multiline Slots
Multiline slots offer you multiple chances to win cash in an instant.
With multiline slots you have the chance to bet on more than one win line at a time. This is beneficial as it gives you more opportunities to find matching symbols, which is the aim of any slot game. You can also win on more than one line at a time.
Choosing to bet on more than one line at a time will increase your overall stake. If you bet with a 20p coin size per line and bet on 20 lines you will be spending a total of £4 per spin.
Choosing your coin size will control the amount you bet on each line.
The coin sizes available in Deal or No Deal Slot are 5p, 10p and 20p.
The coin size is important because your payouts will be based on multiples of your coin size.
You will have the option to select the number of lines you would like to bet on. Lines appear across the reels and will multiply your coin size.
Click ‘Bet One’ to add another line, up to the maximum.
Click on the coloured numbers on the side of the reels to choose how many lines you would like to play.
Clicking ‘Bet Max’ will automatically select all of the lines and will start the reels spinning. Betting on a larger number of lines will increase your chances of winning, but it will not increase your payout as this is dependent on your coin size.
Spinning the Reels
Choose the number of lines you would like to play or click ‘Bet Max’ to start your game of Deal or No Deal Slot.
Auto spin gives you the chance to select the number of spins you would like the slot to make, while you sit back and enjoy the game.
This function will automatically stop for bonus games. You can also click the ‘Stop’ button at any time, ensuring you are always in full control of your game.
If the ringing phone should stop your reels from spinning then it is very good news! You’re guaranteed a win but the banker will still test your nerve.
The banker will make a guaranteed cash offer in exchange for the amount you would win on the reels. He will only make this offer when he knows you have a win.
Choose ‘Deal’ to accept the offer or ‘No Deal’ to return to the reels.
If you do choose to accept the offer you will still be able to see the result on the reels. This ensures you know how generous the banker was being.
Mystery Box Bonus Game
Landing three Mystery Bonus symbols on any payline will activate this bonus game.
You will then be presented with 15 sealed boxes – 11 contain cash prizes, three are empty and one is a Win All box that will open all the awarding prizes.
The empty boxes will end your bonus game.
Deal or No Deal Bonus Game
If you have Bet Max and land three Deal or No Deal Bonus symbols on any paid payline this bonus game will begin. This is the bonus game where you will have a chance to win the Progressive jackpot!
The computer will randomly select a box that could contain anything between a penny and the jackpot.
The banker will make you a series of offers throughout this bonus game. Each time you refuse an offer more boxes will be opened to reveal their contents.
Only two boxes will remain at the end of the game. You must then choose whether you would like to accept the banker’s final offer or not.
A Game Jackpot will continue to grow until one lucky player scoops the lot.
A portion of every £1 bet on Deal or No Deal Slot will contribute to the jackpot total.
To ensure that plenty of players get the chance to experience the Deal or No Deal Bonus Game it has been designed to be shown at regular intervals during your gaming session.
The chances of winning the jackpot in the bonus game is not a one in 22 chance – each player who reaches this round has an equal chance of winning the jackpot as the winners are selected at random from our random number generator.
Return To Player (RTP)
Return To Player (RTP): 90.2%.
This return is based on the player making the best choices.
The actual monthly return to player for Deal or no Deal ranges between 80.23% and 90.69%.
The return is the amount we have paid out to players relative to all wagering on the game.
For example, if we take £100 of wagers we will, on average, pay out £90.20 of wins.
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