Deal or No Deal Bingo Sites
- The very popular Deal or No Deal TV show from Endemol has spawned its own variant of bingo
- Deal Or No Deal Bingo runs on the Virtue Fusion bingo platform
- Deal Or No Deal Bingo comes in both 75 ball and 90 ball versions
- Win full house and decide whether to accept the Banker’s offer
- Other Deal Or No Deal themed games are also available including several slots
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Deal Or No Deal Bingo
- The TV Show
- The Bingo Game
- Other Deal or No Deal Games
The TV Show
Based on a Dutch format and filmed in Bristol, the hugely popular TV show
fronted by Noel Edmonds was first broadcast in 2005 on Channel 4 and has attracted in excess of 4 million viewers. 22 sealed boxes each containing a sum of money ranging from 1p to £250,000 are opened in batches, and the contestant must choose periodically whether to keep their box or accept an offer from the Banker. Eventually, if they keep their nerve, there will be just two boxes left and then they must choose....deal or no deal? A few twists have been introduced from time to time but basically the format has remained the same for over 2000 shows.
The Bingo Game
How To Play
Deal or No Deal Bingo is based round a traditional 90-ball or 75-ball bingo game, but 21 of the bingo balls appear on an array of red Deal or No Deal Boxes. The 22nd box is for the players, and just as in the TV show there is a mystery amount inside the box. As the numbers are called, the corresponding boxes are opened and the amounts are revealed. When someone wins with a full house, the banker will make them an offer for their box. They must decide.....deal or no deal? They don't have to make the all-important decision alone though, because to add to the fun all the other players in the bingo room can vote to help the winner make up their mind.
To win the progressive jackpot on the official Deal or No Deal bingo site, the winning player must bingo in 31 calls or fewer in 90 ball or 42 calls or fewer in 75 ball. They win 50% of the jackpot and the remainder is split between the other players depending on the number of tickets they bought.
Where to Play
The official Deal or No Deal bingo site is a good place to start, but all of the big Virtue Fusion powered sites such as Gala Bingo, Winner and Sky Bingo also offer this variant.
Other Deal Or No Deal Games
As well as the Deal or No Deal bingo games, there are Deal or No Deal slots (including one with a progressive jackpot), a Deal or No Deal casino game, a Deal or No Deal version of single player Slingo and a scratchcard.