You can also play Deal or No Deal on the Sky Vegas Mobile Casino
Deal or No Deal, it's your call. Just like the popular TV game show Deal or No Deal brings all the thrill and entertainment to you. Make your own deal decisions in a battle of wits between you and the mysterious banker.
In Deal or No Deal you start by choosing the box to keep that you hope contains the big prize then carefully select which of the remaining boxes to open, revealing their contents. Rest assured The Banker will attempt to do you a good deal and buy your box with a shrewd offer. Now the choice is yours to deal or no deal in the hunt for the big prize.
In Deal or No Deal there are 26 boxes, each containing a different prize value. At the start you must select one box to remain unopened until the end. Choose carefully, the aim is to select the box containing the top prize. Afterwards there are several rounds in which you must open the remaining boxes to reveal their contents. After each round The Banker will make an offer for your box. You either take the deal or decline it to play on. Every game has a payout; the longer you keep the big money in play the more The Banker is forced to increase their offer.
Choose your stake using the stake selector. As you change your stake you can see the potential payouts change in the paytables to the left and right of the game window. Then choose a box to keep. Click to open the remaining boxes in a sequence of rounds to reveal their contents or you have the option to use the "QUICKPICK" functionality that will randomly select the boxes to reveal. After each round the banker will ring with an offer for your box. Choose DEAL to accept the offer or NO DEAL to reject it and play on.
When there are only two boxes left The Banker will make their final offer. Rejecting the offer will reveal both boxes and pay out the amount within the box you chose at the start of the game.
The following number of boxes must be opened in each round;
1 - 6 Boxes
2 - 5 Boxes
3 - 5 Boxes
4 - 4 Boxes
5 - 4 Boxes
6 - Final Offer
The game is over when you either accept an offer from The Banker or reject their final offer. Winnings are automatically added to your account.
The theoretical average return to player (RTP) is 95.46%. This RTP represents the long-term expected payback of the game which has been calculated by an independent testing company.
Malfunction voids all pays and play.
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