Deal or No Deal

Deal or No Deal Intro


Deal or No Deal is a fun slot from Blueprint Gaming that is a pretty good recreation of the hugely popular reality TV show. Complete with wilds, scatters, various extra bonuses, and of course those money-making boxes, it’s a chance for those of you at home to make a killing. Offering scenes from the TV show, colourful symbols, big prizes, and 20 paylines, Deal or No Deal is one slot game you should not be missing out on. Keep reading to find out how you could get lucky!

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Deal or No Deal Features


Deal or No Deal has an impressive array of features that match those found in the TV show. The main feature is the Banker’s Best Offer bonus game. This is where the banker (as in the TV show), will give you, the player, a series of unique offers that won’t be repeated during the game. These can be anything from 1x to 20x your initial bet, which, at the higher end, can reward you with as much as £2000 in wins if you’re playing with bigger bets.


As you might expect, the layout and design of Deal or No Deal follows that of the TV show very closely. In fact, the designers have done a good job making it more understated than gimmicky and providing instead a clean layout on which to play. The symbols are all understated too and, if you’ve watched the show, you’ll recognise them from that. These icons include the low value card symbols (Jack to Ace), but also higher value ones in the form of a red box, purple cup and mysterious silhouette of a man.

There are a couple of bonus icons to be aware of too. The wild icon is represented by the Deal or No Deal neon logo. This can replace all the symbols on the reels with the exception of the scatter icon. The wild also has an extra trick up its sleeve in that you’ll get double the prize if the wild is part of the winning combo. The scatter is the telephone icon and this is what triggers any one of the three bonus rounds when at least three lands on the reels.


Bonus Spins

The Bonus Spins feature is the second bonus that can be triggered by the scatters and is dubbed the Reel Banker. Once this has been activated you’ll get a continuous round of bonus spins. During this time any payouts you get will also be doubled. These spins will continue on until the banker icon lands on the third reel and then it’s all over, ready to be triggered again at a later stage. There are three progressive jackpots available too and the size will depend on your bet amount.

Deal or No Deal Jackpots

The Deal or No Deal jackpot is triggered by those scatters and this is where the classic game takes place. You’ll be presented with a number of boxes and you pick between them. Following the instructions on screen, you’ll then be directed to open the other boxes with each one containing a cash prize. These will be removed until six boxes have gone when the banker will offer a deal. This will be the average of the remaining box values. Accepting gives you the prize or you can swap boxes or continue to the last box.

Betting lines

There are 20 paylines available for this game with a top betting value of just £5. This means that even the small bets of just 0.20p per spin can get you some serious cash. However, it’s important to note that if you want to lay your hands on the top prizes, you need to be playing all paylines during a round. The number of paylines you play can be altered using the buttons below the reels, as can the bet amount. An autospin feature with a minimum of 25 spins is also an option.


Return to player or RTP is the return players can expect to get when playing a game. However, this is theoretical and usually calculated over thousands of spins, which means that if you only play for a short period of time, you can’t expect to have the same RTP. Deal or No Deal has an RTP of 90.2%, which is actually very much on the lower end of the scale when it comes to other slots in the industry. This means that, really, your payout is going to be quite low.


Variance or volatility is the chance of getting big wins and how frequently these will occur. High volatility slots will have big wins but they won’t happen often, meaning you’ll have to be patient and manage your bankroll carefully. Deal or No Deal, however, is low volatility, which means that you can expect to get regular wins, keeping things nicely ticking over, although these wins won’t be very big. These small wins can add up though, and of course you could get lucky with one of those jackpots.

Deal or No Deal Verdict


Although there are a number of different games, at the end of the day they’re really just repeats. Picking boxes is fun for a while but can get a bit samey. That being said, if you’re a fan of the show, this offers up a rather nicely understated version that still allows you to make some of those nail-biting decisions, all in the hope of scooping the big prize. So if you are a fan, why not give it a shot. Who knows, that lucky red box could be waiting for you!

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