Best Deal or No Deal Bingo Sites (Top 10 in 2022)

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11 Jan, 2022

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Deal or No Deal Bingo games: Here’s everything you need to know

The Deal or No Deal game sparked much interest among millions of Brits. It was an entertaining show that gave participants a chance of winning life-changing prizes worth up to £250,000.

Unfortunately, in 2016, Channel 4 axed this popular TV show that had been around since 2005, and the game show is yet to make a return to our television screens.

It seems this Noel Edmonds show inspired casino software providers, too, as they have introduced games with equally exciting features. Players can choose from a wide range of Deal or No Deal inspired bingo, slot, blackjack, scratchcard, and roulette games to experience a thrill.

However, this post will focus on Deal or No Deal bingo games.

How to Play Deal or No Deal Bingo

The Deal or No Deal bingo games come in 75-ball and 90-ball versions. 

You will find that the gameplay rules are essentially the same until you unlock the feature. However, only full house winners get a chance to make a Deal or No Deal.

We create separate sections for each Deal or No Deal bingo version for easy understanding.

75-Ball Deal or No Deal Bingo

Each bingo ticket you purchase will have 25 squares (5 rows and 5 columns). Each square is assigned a number, except the centre, which has a star symbol. The numbers run from 1 through to 75, following a specific pattern.

Once the game starts, a virtual bingo machine will call out randomly generated numbers, one by one and at a steady pace, so that you don’t get bored. Your task is to mark off numbers on your tickets to form win lines or patterns.

There are five chances to win in every 75-ball Deal or No Deal bingo line played. Players can get prizes for completing 1-line, 2-line, 3-line, 4- line, and 5- line (full house).

With the single-line combo, you can cover numbers in any direction. A win line can be horizontal, diagonal, or vertical, and they must be horizontal as for the other lines.

Some 75-ball bingo games require marking numbers in a predetermined pattern instead of lines. They follow the same principle, though.

The Banker will offer you a deal if you have a full house. We’ll explain how this works shortly.

90-Ball Deal or No Deal Bingo

When it comes to 90-ball Deal or No Deal bingo, the ticket contains 27 squares in 9 columns and 3 rows. Each row has 5 numbered boxes, meaning every bingo card will have 15 numbers from 1 to 90. The rest of the squares are empty.

The bingo tickets are typically available in strips of 6. Purchasing the maximum strips guarantees covering a number at each bingo call.

90-ball bingo allows up to 3 win lines. There are prizes for completing 1-line, 2-line, and 3-line (full house). The winner can unlock the Deal or No Deal feature.

Activating the feature

A Deal or No Deal feature gives full house winners a chance to make more money at the end of the game. Of course, you can choose to accept or decline the offer. But the decision is not entirely yours, as the other players in the bingo room can vote to help you make up your mind.

The game will display the famous red Deal or No Deal boxes. Each numbered box has a predetermined prize. One unnumbered box called the “Player’s Box” has a mystery prize, and only the Banker knows what’s inside.

You can accept the Banker’s offer or open the Player’s Box at the start of the game. If you choose the latter, the box’s contents get added to your prize.

How the mechanic works

The game has regular bingo prizes with an added Deal or No Deal feature. Usually, only the winner(s) of the full house prize can unlock the unique feature at the end of the game. A banker makes a deal, and you either accept the offer or open the Player’s Box. Nobody knows the box’s contents except the Banker. 

When playing DOND bingo, the Banker makes a deal after calculating the value inside the boxes left in the game. The boxes corresponding to the numbers will open, and the caller will reveal the prizes. You will keep getting a chance to open the remaining boxes. If you choose to reject the Banker’s offers to the end, you will receive whatever is in the final red box.

The alluring part of playing DOND bingo is winning the jackpot. However, sometimes the Banker can present a reasonable offer that you can accept and end the game. The system adds those funds to your account balance immediately. 

Keep in mind, though, players with tickets may vote on whether you should accept the deal or not. Well, this makes the game even more fun. 

Once you enter the Deal or No Deal session, the goal is to try winning the jackpot prize. But if a good deal comes along, you can quit and accept it. Your journey to claiming the prize involves completing the red box feature, just like in the original game show.

You will choose to open one of the numbered boxes. Once the Banker has revealed the prize, the value inside the box gets removed from play. The aim is to uncover smaller amounts of money, hoping that your award will be of significant value or that you receive a better deal from the Banker.

A bingo Banker will make an offer at each stage of the game. But before making an offer, they will calculate the values of the remaining boxes. If you get an offer of significant value, expect the prize in the unopened boxes to be higher.

For example, you could receive a £400 offer if some boxes contain more than that amount. Think it is your lucky day? Let the challenge continue. But remember, there is a possibility of winning more or walking away with just a few pence.

Progressive jackpots

Both 90-ball and 75-ball Deal or No Deal bingo games have the community network progressive jackpot, which is ever-increasing daily.

A player can claim the 75-ball jackpot if they win a full house within 43 balls. The prize money starts at £3,000. A bingo site pays the 90-ball bingo jackpot once a player calls the house within 34 balls or less. The minimum jackpot amount is £5,000.

Keep in mind, though, that if you win, you’ll receive half of the jackpot prize.

The rest goes to the community with jackpot tickets to the Deal or No Deal bingo game. You will, of course, get a share of this value. Well, this depends on the number of tickets you purchased. A win notification message will appear on your dashboard when the game comes to an end.

If you were a fan of the Noel Edmonds show, then you’ll definitely find the Deal or No Deal bingo game highly exhilarating. It offers something a little different to spice up your gaming experience.

Deal or No Deal Bingo by Playtech

DOND games originally come from the innovative Virtue Fusion software. The Virtue Fusion brand came to life in 1999, but Playtech acquired it in 2010. Here is how the game looks:

So when playing Deal or No Deal, you can always look forward to smooth and swift gameplay. They use HTML5 technology software, allowing players to access bingo games directly from browsers, regardless of their devices. 

With over 40% market share in the UK, you know Playtech is undoubtedly a leading brand in the bingo industry. And this is partly thanks to its state-of-the-art software with an excellent selection of games. 

Playtech (formerly Virtue Fusion) boasts more than 100,000 players and 20,000 concurrent players each day. Different rooms can run the same games because the software allows for overlapping schedules. 

The software provider has won awards in several categories, including Best Bingo Software, Best Online Bingo Innovations, and Bingo Supplier of the Year. It is never easy to achieve such a feat in this highly competitive industry. 

Mobile apps and gameplay

Gone are when online bingo games were only compatible with laptops or desktop computers. All the games played across the Playtech network are mobile-friendly. You can enjoy DOND bingo on your mobile phone or tablet, whether it is running on the Android, iOS, or windows operating system. 

Thanks to HTML5 software, games can automatically adjust and fit your mobile screen’s size without affecting graphics or speed. That means you can play the game on the go if you have an internet connection.

Some bingo sites provide dedicated mobile apps, but there isn’t a noticeable difference in terms of functionality. 

Security And Legal Compliance

The DOND bingo sites featured on this post are legally licensed and regulated. Even though the Playtech service package covers legal compliance and licensing, many platforms still have individual operating licenses recognised by the UK Gambling Commission. 

You can join any of them today without a second thought. Both websites and apps receive rigorous oversight from the gambling regulators in collaboration with gambling testing agencies. 

The subject of game fairness and data safety is never an issue, as the network implements a high-level encryption technology. Your sensitive information shared with the network will never fall into the wrong hands. 

Customer Support

Our recommended bingo sites with Deal or No Deal bingo have reliable customer support teams, and the professionals are usually available round the clock. 

Live chat is the quickest way to get in touch with one of the representatives. Sometimes you may need to contact the customer support team via email or phone. Alternatively, you can shoot them a message about anything through their social media platforms. 

But before contacting support, be sure to check the FAQ section. You may find solutions to the issues you are facing. 

Deal or No Deal bingo promotions

Virtue Fusion Deal or No Deal bingo sites have extensive bonus features for players of different levels. Besides the typical sign-up bonuses, you will also find free tickets, re-deposit bonuses, bonus codes, refer a friend, and loyalty rewards. 

Whilst the bingo sites share software features, there’s room for customisation. Operators can modify the bonuses and even create levels to make the incentives more appealing to their target audience. It is a way of providing players with a unique user experience. 

If bingo incentives are your cup of tea, explore new Deal or No Deal bingo sites. Newly established platforms tend to offer more decent bonuses to attract customers and increase participation. 

Generally, it would be best if you kept your eyes open. Some sites unveil new daily, weekly, and monthly bonuses and promotions that can boost your bankroll. 

An important reminder:

These are not DOND-specific bonuses, and each site has specific criteria for utilising the funds awarded. 

Always look at the playthrough requirements before you start playing with the bonus. Some bingo sites may not have wagering requirements, but that does not mean you should skip the terms and conditions. 

Over To You

Even though the Deal or No Deal show is no longer on our screens, you can still experience the thrill by playing Deal or No Deal Bingo. The game combines the most exciting features of the show. 

You are spoilt for choice when it comes to bingo sites with DOND bingo. It does not matter which of the above Deal or No Deal bingo sites you choose. Just know you’re in for a real treat should you win a full house and enter the DOND session. 

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