Even if you haven’t watched Deal or No Deal before, there is no doubt you will still have come across this hit TV show in some way or another. Virtue Fusion has developed their very own Deal or No Deal Bingo game that you will find across their sites.
The show was originally based on a Dutch TV show, but the UK version is filmed in a studio based in Bristol, and the host is none other than Noel Edmunds who you may remember from Noel Edmunds House Party (unfortunately Mr Blobby doesn’t feature)!
It’s been around for quite some time on Channel 4 launching at first in 2005. The object of the game is to pick boxes to reveal cash amounts. The figures range from a penny to £250,000 and the player should be looking to pick as low a number as possible to leave higher amounts at the end.
There are some twists of course from the Banker who makes offers periodically throughout the game depending on what the player has revealed. They start off with 22 boxes and end up with 2 – and they are then asked the infamous question Deal or No Deal?
How to Play Deal or No Deal Bingo
Deal or No Deal Bingo can come in the traditional style 90 ball and 75 ball bingo but the twist is that 21 of the numbers are Deal or No Deal boxes. There is of course a 22nd box just like the show and it will have a mystery number in there that could be your prize.
The boxes will open up and reveal an amount as that bingo ball is called, and the full house winner will be offered a deal from the banker. You would then get to decide whether you would like to deal or not.
What makes it extra fun is your fellow roomies can join in the chat too and help you with your decision so you aren’t alone, they can be like your very own studio audience.
There is a progressive jackpot available on the Deal or No Deal bingo site – and to scoop this life changing prize, the winning player needs to call bingo in 31 calls or less in the 90 ball variation, and 42 calls or less for the 75 ball version. 50% of the jackpot would go to the player and the remainder will be split amongst the rest of the players.
Other Variations of Deal or No Deal Games
As Deal or No Deal Bingo was so popular amongst players – Virtue Fusion also launched Deal or No Deal slot games as well as a casino game and scratch card. 2016 also saw the introduction of Deal or No Deal Slingo that you will find featured on sites powered by Gaming Realms. The original Slingo game was developed by this gaming operator to spread across their sites and soon game the introduction of Slingo Riches and Slingo Extreme. As they launched Britain’s Got Talent Games, we then saw Deal or No Deal Slingo come to life, however it can be found across all of their brands.