Deal Or No Deal Slots & Bingo
Hit Channel 4 TV show Deal or No Deal was the first TV show that teamed up with online gambling companies to create bespoke bingo and slot games. The idea of opening random boxes for the chance to win a cash prize, whilst taking on a mystery banker, are perfect ingredients for an exciting game. Jackpotjoy were the first to offer a branded DOND game. They launched a progressive slot that resulted in some big progressive jackpot winners.
Over time the red boxes have been used to create 75 ball and 90 ball bingo rooms, more slots, instant win scratchcards, blackjack and roulette. Despite the TV show no longer being shown on British TV, the popularity of Deal continues. There's now a Slingo version of Deal plus a recently launched live game show from Evolution Gaming. Below are just some of the sites and games where you can play.
1. Jackpotjoy Deal or No Deal
This is a progressive slots game that you can play from 5p a line at Jackpotjoy! Get a bonus and you can play a version of DOND for real. Pick your box and battle with the banker for a top jackpot prize. This is one of our favourite version of the game and the bonus round (when you play for real) encapsulates the excitement of the TV game!
2. Deal or No Deal Slots
As well as the Jackpotjoy version of Deal there are other slot variations you can play. For example at Gala Bingo you can play Deal Or No Deal Megaways and the What's In Your Box title. Over at Mecca Bingo there are additional variations including The Perfect Play by Blueprint Gaming and The Rapid Round that's been developed by Playzido. Head to Paddy Power Games for DOND Double Action, DOND Go All The Way and The Banker's Riches Slot.
3. Deal or No Deal Bingo
Deal or No Deal Bingo is a 75 ball and 90 ball game based on the popular TV show. Boxes are removed during game play leaving the person who calls bingo the opportunity to try and Beat the Banker and swap their won prize with the cash amount in the box. The game can be found on most Virtue Fusion sites whilst DOND Multiplier is currently exclusive at Sky.
4. Deal Or No Deal Roulette
Paddy Power Games and Betfair Arcade have a roulette version of Deal! The wheel has a Banker and Box extra wheel and if your numbers appear on these you get the option to Deal or No Deal. Make sure you place chips to in the bonus area in order to activate the game.
5. Deal Or No Deal Blackjack
As well as roulette, Betfair Arcade and Paddy Power Games also have a Blackjack version of DOND. On each hand you have the chance to take The Banker's offer or continue your hand. If you decide to no deal then the offer won't be made again during the game. We quite like this twist on the Blackjack game.
6. Deal Or No Deal Slingo
The popular Slingo game gets a Deal twist. Slingo is a mix of bingo and slots where the aim of the game is to complete lines on a 5x5 number grid in order to win prizes. With this version of the game you need to get 4 or more Slingos (completed lines) to get an offer from The Banker? Will you take the deal or will you play on for a better offer? This game is available on multiple sites such as Gala Bingo and Foxy Bingo.
7. Deal Or No Deal Live
The most recent addition to the DOND stable is a live game show. Developed by Evolution Gaming DOND Live gives you the closest experience of the TV show. Spin the wheels to qualify for the bonus round where you'll then be invited to open briefcases to reveal cash prizes. This is all done by live presenters but don't expect to see Noel Edmunds! Head to the likes of Jackpotjoy and Virgin Games to enjoy this exciting live version.
More TV Shows & Gambling
Deal Or No Deal paved the way for more UK TV shows to move into the online gambling arena such as slots and bingo. Other games have featured Who Wants To Be A Millionaire, The X Factor, Britain's Got Talent, Goldenballs, Coronation Street, Emmerdale and even Love Island. Not every slot or bingo variant is successful! Red Or Black, Take Me Out, The Weakest Link and Strike It Lucky have all been and gone in this tough sector.
And not everything that Deal touches turns to gold either. Endemol brought out Deal Or No Deal Bingo on the Virtue Fusion platform. However it was closed down with relatively no notice although it was marginally more successful than Benidorm Bingo based on the TV comedy! A brand Deal casino launched on Dragonfish - DOND Spins - but this changed it's name to Arcade Spins when Deal Or No Deal Casino was launched by Gaming Realms. However the latter closed at the end of 2019 when Bear Group sites ceased trading.