Deal or No Deal

Deal or No Deal

Get ready for the Banker's call as you look to turn those famous boxes into big slot wins on Deal or No Deal Slot.


    Deal or No Deal Game Overview

    You can edit the amount of paylines you play with during this game - up to a maximum of 20 paylines.

     

    Banker's Offer

    If the ringing phone stops the reels from spinning then it is very good news.

    You are then guaranteed a win, but the banker will still test your nerve.

    The banker makes a guaranteed cash offer in exchange for the amount you would win on the reels.

    Choosing 'Deal' will accept the offer, while choosing 'No Deal' will see you return to the reels.

    Even if you accept the offer you will still be able to see the result on the reels - which means you will be able to see how generous the banker was being.

     

    Mystery Box Bonus Game

    Landing three Mystery Bonus symbols on a payline will trigger this bonus game.

    You are then presented with 15 sealed boxes - 11 contain cash prizes, three are empty and one is a Win All box that opens all awarding prizes.

    Opening an empty box will end your bonus game.

     

    Deal or No Deal Bonus Game

    The Deal or No Deal Bonus Game offers a chance to win the progressive jackpot. 

    The computer will randomly select a box that could contain anything between 5p and the jackpot amount. 

    The banker will make you a series of offers throughout this bonus game, and each time you refuse an offer, more boxes will be opened to reveal their contents.

    At the end of the game, only two boxes will be remaining.

    To win the jackpot, you must have the jackpot in your box, and have refused the banker's offer (No Deal).

    In Deal Or No Deal there are 3 jackpots available to play for, each with a different Seed Value.


    Jackpot
    Seed Value
    Jackpot 1£10,000
    Jackpot 2£20,000
    Jackpot 3£50,000

    For all 3 jackpots, a percentage of each bet contributes to the jackpot value. 

    We endeavour to show the most up-to-date jackpot value at all times, however this might not always be the case due to display delays. In an exceptionally rare case, the jackpot award value could be the jackpot seed amount if the jackpot winning outcome occurred just after another player's jackpot win but before the jackpot meter was able to reset due to this earlier winner. 


    Return to Player (RTP) 

    Return To Player (RTP): 74.55% - 77.71% (playing 1 – 19 lines) 

    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 £74.55 - £77.71 of wins. 


    DOND Jackpot 1

    - The expected return to player is 80.67% + 6.71% 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 £80.67 of wins plus the chance to win the jackpot.

    - The expected return to player stated above is based on the optimal strategy.


    DOND Jackpot 2

    - The expected return to player is 80.67% + 6.43% 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 £80.67 of wins plus the chance to win the jackpot.

    - The expected return to player stated above is based on the optimal strategy.


    DOND Jackpot 3

    - The expected return to player is 80.67% + 6.03% 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 £80.67 of wins plus the chance to win the jackpot.

    - The expected return to player stated above is based on the optimal strategy.