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Deal Or No Deal Instant Win

If you’ve ever wondered what it would be like to be a contestant on a hit game show, Deal or No Deal instant win may just emulate that experience as you pick from those famous red boxes to reveal cash prizes. Will you make a deal with the banker, or play on to open up your Lucky Box?

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Lines

0.10

Min Bet

50.00

Max Bet

95.46%

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Bonus: Banker's Offer

About Deal or No Deal Instant Win

Deal or No Deal instant win is a Playzido product offering fixed-odds and the chance to merge the online casino with your favourite game show. The concept is much the same as the real thing - choose cash prize boxes to eliminate them from the game, and hope that your chosen Lucky Box contains the best prize available. No game of Deal or No Deal would be complete without an appearance from the mysterious Banker now and again, so keep an eye on that iconic black telephone as he may decide to make you an offer - whether you choose to make a deal or not is up to you.

Play Deal or No Deal instant win on mobile, desktop or tablet - open up those red boxes any time, anywhere.

How to Play Deal or No Deal Instant Win

Before you can start playing Deal or No Deal instant win, you will need to set your stake. This can be anywhere between 0.50 and 100.00. The size of your stake affects the size of the available prizes. The stake menu will automatically appear on screen before each game, simply press the arrow buttons to increase and decrease your bet, then press the Go button when you are happy to proceed.

Upon entering the game you’ll be presented with a familiar scene, featuring 26 red, numbered boxes for you to pick from. You’ll then be asked to choose your Lucky Box, which will not be opened until the end of the game. Once your Lucky Box is selected it will be taken out of the mix and placed in the bottom right-hand corner of the screen. You’ll then be instructed to pick six more boxes - this is when things get interesting as you start to eliminate cash prizes and try to work out what’s inside your Lucky Box.

The black telephone will then start to ring, which means the Banker is on the line. He’ll make you an offer, which you can choose to either accept or decline using the Deal and No Deal buttons. Should you accept, you’ll leave the game with the cash value offered by the dealer. If you decline, you’ll continue to eliminate another five red boxes. This cycle will continue until only two boxes remain, one of which is your Lucky Box. By this point you’ll know which two cash prizes remain, but not which box the higher of the two is inside. The Banker will make you one final deal at this point, which will usually be somewhere in between the two boxed values. You can choose to play it safe and accept, or take a risk and open your Lucky Box in the hope that is contains the higher cash value.

You’ll find a blue Menu button near the bottom right-hand corner of the screen - click on this icon to access game settings and more information about Deal or No Deal casino game.

21.co.uk Thinks…

Everyone loves Deal or No Deal, and we’re very pleased to see Playzido have created a great online version. This really is a classic game show experience that will feel familiar to most, and gives player a chance to open up those iconic red boxes and take away a prize. The Banker always made the TV show more interesting and provides the same level of entertainment in the Deal or No Deal instant win, as you’ll have to think about whether it’s worth taking the deal or not and decide whether you’d like to take a risk or play it safe. The most interesting aspect of the game is that you’ll never know what’s in your Lucky Box until the very end. If you’d like to play more Deal or No Deal inspired casino games, check out Deal or No Deal: What’s In Your Box?.