Play Deal Or No Deal Multiplier Bingo - 90 Ball Bingo
Article Updated On 3rd November 2020
If you've read our reviews of Deal Or No Deal Bingo's 75 ball and 90 ball games then you'll know we're big fans. Considering these are both some of the oldest themed games online they're still fresh and resemble the original TV show. Could the game get any better? Well Sky Bingo and Paddy Power Bingo hope so with their currently exclusive game Deal Or No Deal Multiplier Bingo. It's a 90 ball game that offers a unique for every game. In addition there's a community jackpot prize on offer too. But is it really as good as the originals?
- Type Of Game: 90 Ball Bingo
- Cost: 2p Upwards
- Open: 11am to 1am
- Jackpots: Bankers House Jackpot
- Special Features: Multiplier up to x5 on wins!
How To Play Deal Or No Deal Multiplier
Deal Or No Deal Bingo Multiplier is currently only available at Sky. Unlike it's sister games there's no sign of Noel Edmunds here. However the familiar DOND branding and music are part and parcel of proceedings. The Deal studio is the backdrop for your bingo games and an additional community card which is The Banker's. Tickets for Multiplier are cheap and many games we participated in were just 2p a ticket (max tickets per game is 36). Note that there's no red box game so that means you won't see 22 red boxes in play as in the 90 and 75 ball games.
This doesn't mean that red boxes aren't involved in Multiplier. Before eyes down you will be shown a red box. This automatically opens to reveal a multiplier amount of x1, x2, x3, x4 or x5. If you're lucky enough to win a prize then your prize is multiplied by that amount. From here on the 90 ball game plays as you'd expect. The numbers are called and the aim is to coverall the numbers on your ticket before your fellow roomies. Prizes are awarded for one line, two lines and the full house. Note that the multiplier applies to all prizes.
The Banker's Jackpot
As the game plays the winners are announced. Roomies are shown who has won, the headlined prize plus the multiplier that particular player had. Because of the game works it's possible for a one line player with a x5 multiplier to actually win more than the full house winner if their box only has x1. This does make things fairly interesting. Most certainly having a x4 or x5 box does make sweating on 1TG even harder. By the same token having a x1 box does make you feel a little disappointed even before the game has started.
To add extra interest to Multiplier players also have the chance to win The Banker's Jackpot. This is a community bingo ticket. If a number on the ticket matches the winning full house number then it's crossed off. Prizes are awarded depending on whether the matched number completes one line, two lines or a full house. Players can win £10 for just matching a number and £50 for completing one line, £100 for two lines. There's a top prize of £250 if their full house number completes full house on the community ticket. Players of The X Factor Bingo will be very familiar with this mechanic.
As far as we know Multiplier isn't a replacement for the original 90 ball Deal Or No Deal game. We hope that remains the case because whilst this is an entertaining version of bingo, it's not quite got the feeling of "Deal" that the other versions have. The community bingo ticket is OK and adds an extra dimension but we wonder how often it's won? Most certainly The Banker's Jackpot does feel like a downgrade on The Banker element that you see in the 75 and 90 ball games.
There are positives! Firstly the games are cheap so if you like bargain bingo then check it out. We also like the fact that the multiplier applies to all wins (1L, 2L and FH) so the pot is shared. In the original 75 and 90 ball games the full house winner will always collect the lion's share. Thankfully the game is now available on Paddy Power and not just Sky so we can happily send you over to them to play.
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