Deal or No Deal Megaways

Deal or No Deal Megaways

Lift the lid on a Free Spins Bonus, the famous bonus trail and much more on Deal or No Deal Megaways.


    Deal or No Deal Megaways Game Overview

    The bet sizes available in Deal or No Deal Megaways range from 20p to £10.

    There are up to 117,649 paylines available in this game. 


    Wild Symbols

    The Wild Symbol can only appear in the positions above reels 2, 3, 4 and 5, and it cannot replace Scatter or Bonus symbols.

    Per winning combination, only the highest win is paid.


    Deal or No Deal

    You are presented with the Deal Or No Deal Studio following a brief screen transition, with different awards depending on the level of Deal or No Deal that was activated.

    In Deal or No Deal you have cash and free spin prizes, while in Super Deal or No Deal there are less cash prizes but extra free spin prizes; and all prizes are free spins in Mega Deal or No Deal.

    Select your lucky box before playing a real game of Deal or No Deal against the banker. 

    The banker will make you an offer at the conclusion of each round, and it is up to you to Deal or No Deal.

    If at any point the Deal is taken, it's possible that the Banker can award you Banker's Bonus Spins on top of the cash offer. 

    After the Deal or No Deal feature, these free spins are played out.


    Free Spins Bonus

    The Unlimited Win Multiplier will increase by one after every cascade during this feature.

    Throughout Free Spins, the positions above reels 2, 3, 4 and 5 can unveil Free Spins Scatters, which will earn you additional Free Spins:

    Free Spins ScattersExtra Free Spins
    35
    410

    For the duration of Free Spins, you play with the total bet that was used to trigger the feature.

    The total winnings for the spins will be displayed at the conclusion of Free Spins, and your account will be credited with any winnings prior to regular play resuming.


    Return to Player

    Return To Player (RTP): 95.34% + 0.50% Jackpot Contribution.

    The expected return is the amount we pay out to players relative to the amount of wagering on the game.

    For example, if we take £100 of wagers we will, on average, pay out £95.34 of wins plus the chance to win the jackpot.