Deal or No Deal Live

Deal or No Deal Live

Will you keep your chosen box or take the Banker's offer? Play Deal or No Deal Live and find out!


    Deal or No Deal Live Game Overview

    You can play Deal or No Deal Live from just 10p per bet.


    Qualification

    To qualify to play, spin the bank vault wheel and align three gold segments in the upper central sector.

    Players can increase their qualification chances by buying one or two rings.

    Buying one ring will multiply the bet by three and two rings will multiply the bet by nine.

    The gold segments on the bought rings will automatically align on top. 

    The wheel can be spun as many times as you like within the time provided.

    Each spin will cost the selected bet amount.

    The bigger the bet, the bigger the value in the briefcases.

    The highest valued briefcase will be set at 75x-500x the bet amount.

    At any point during qualification, you can select a briefcase to be the biggest-prized briefcase by clicking/tapping on one of the prize values listed at the sides of the windows.

    You can do this as many times as you like in the available time. 

    The bigger your bets during this qualification round, the bigger the value will be in the briefcases for the actual game show.


    Top Up Wheel

    Once you are qualified, the Top Up wheel will offer the option to top up the value of the biggest-prize briefcase by 5x-50x your bet.

    Select your Top Up bet amount and spin the wheel.

    The Top Up wheel can be spun as many times as you like in the time provided.

    Each spin will cost the selected bet amount.


    The Main Game

    In the main game, your briefcase will be on a table at the front of the studio alongside the game show host and a hotline to the Banker.

    The other 15 briefcases are randomly distributed across two rows with the host's assistant behind.

    Each of the briefcases contain a number between one and 16 and the amounts of money in the numbered briefcases are shown at the sides of the screen.

    During the game, the host's assistant will gradually open the briefcases to reveal the numbers and the amount of money that they contain.

    Once a briefcase has been opened, it is removed from the game show.

    BriefcasePrize
    10.10x
    20.20x
    30.50x
    40.70x
    51x
    62x
    73x
    85x
    98x
    1010x
    1112x
    1215x
    1320x
    1425x
    1550x
    1665-100x

    First Opening and Offer

    Three of the 16 randomly distributed briefcases are opened.

    The Banker then makes a 'Deal or No Deal' offer.

    If you choose 'Deal', then the amount of money won is displayed in the winning message and added to your balance.

    You are then offered the opportunity to return to the qualification round.

    If you choose 'No Deal', you will play on.

    Failing to choose either option within the decision time will be interpreted as 'No Deal' and play will continue.


    Second Opening and Offer

    In the second opening, four more randomly distributed briefcases are opened. 

    The Banker then makes another ‘Deal or No Deal’ offer and waits for your decision. 


    Third Opening and Offer

    Four more randomly distributed briefcases are opened, followed by the Banker’s ‘Deal or No Deal’ offer.


    Fourth Opening and Final Offer

    Three more randomly distributed briefcases are opened, leaving just the your briefcase and one remaining briefcase unopened.

    The Banker then makes a final offer of 'Deal', 'Switch Briefcases' or 'No Deal' and waits for your decision.

    If you choose 'Deal', then you will take the offer and collect your winnings.

    If you choose 'No Deal', then you will keep your assigned briefcase.

    You may also choose 'Switch Briefcases' if you feel that the other briefcase is of a higher value.


    Final Offer

    In the final round, the last two briefcases are opened.

    If you chose 'No Deal' following the Banker's final offer then you win the prize of your assigned briefcase.

    If you chose 'Switch Briefcases', then you win the prize of the other briefcase.

    A message displaying your winnings will appear on-screen and you will be returned to the qualification round.


    Return to Player

    Expected return to player (RTP): 95.42%

    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 £95.42 of wins.