Prepare to enjoy Deal or No Deal Slot from award-winning operator Jackpotjoy. It may have left our TV screens in December 2016, after an 11-year run, but few have forgotten this tea-time game show, one of the most popular programmes of its kind in recent decades.
Just as if you were taking part in the Noel Edmonds-hosted programme, you’ll need to be ready to face the banker as you look to convert those famous coloured boxes into big slot wins.
Deal or No Deal Slot incorporates up to 20 Paylines, plus three great bonus features once you start spinning. These give you the chance to win big and fulfil the aim of the game, which is, of course, to beat the banker. Prepare to have your nerves tested to their very limits…
How to play
In common with other games on the Jackpotjoy platform, Deal or No Deal Slot is a really easy game to play. Coins sizes range from 5p to 20p, while you can edit Paylines up to a maximum of 20. The telephone is the Scatter symbol.
It’s great news if the ringing telephone prevents the reels from spinning. While you are guaranteed to win, the banker will put your nerves to the test nonetheless.
You’ll receive a guaranteed cash offer from the banker in return for the sum you could potentially land on the reels. Accept the offer, or select No Deal to go back to the reels.
You can view the result on the reels even should you accept the offer, and learn how generous the banker was being!
Mystery Box bonus game
This is the second amazing bonus feature in Deal or No Deal.
Launch it when you land at least three Mystery Bonus symbols on a single Payline – and win big if Lady Luck is smiling on you!
You will receive 15 sealed boxes, 11 containing cash prizes. Three have nothing in them, while one is a Win All deal opening all awarding prizes.
Sadly, this game grinds to a halt if you open the empty box.
Deal or No Deal bonus
Bet on all 20 Paylines to trigger this and bag three Deal or No Deal bonus symbols on Reels 1, 3 and 5.
With this one, you get the chance to bag the progressive jackpot.
One of the boxes is chosen at random, and, as with the TV show, it can contain anything from a penny to the jackpot prize. Throughout the game, you will receive a string of offers from the banker.
On each occasion that you turn down an offer, more boxes will be opened so you can see what they contain.
By the end of the game, only a couple of boxes are left – and it’s up to you to accept or decline the final offer from the banker. What will you do?
Return to Player (RTP)
We’d have to admit that the Return to Player (or the amount paid out to players relative to the amount of wagering) in Deal or No Deal Slot is on the low side at 90.2%. Make up for it with those bonus features!
You’ll especially enjoy this fun, exciting game and its unique theme if you loved the TV show, but we’re fairly confident you’ll like it even if you’re not a particular fan. Give it a whirl if you think your nerves can stand it – and let us know how you get on!