Deal or No Deal Slingo


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  • Exciting TV show format
  • Banker's Offer can lead to big prizes
  • Win up to £100,000
  • Free Spins feature
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It’s common for some online bingo and casino sites to stock games that are based on famous TV shows such as The X Factor, Who Wants to be a Millionaire, and The Chase. So, the gurus of Slingo at have come up with the genius idea of combining Slingo with the popular television quiz show, Deal or No Deal. Will the Banker make you an offer you simply can’t refuse? Will you walk away with the top prize of £100,000?

Deal or No Deal Slingo – How It Looks
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As per traditional Slingo games, Deal or No Deal Slingo uses a card featuring a 5×5 grid. However, rather than containing normal numbers, it uses the famous numbered red boxes that are associated with the TV quiz show. Each box has a prize hidden inside it, which could be worth any of the amounts listed on the blue paytable on the left of the grid or the red paytable on the right.

To start your first game of Deal or No Deal Slingo, you’ll need to decide on a stake size, and you can bet with as little as £1 or as much as £100. As you choose your preferred stake size using the plus or minus buttons, you’ll notice that the values on the paytables change too. This means that the smallest and large prize on offer when you’re using a £1 bet are 1p and £1,000 respectively, and with a £100 bet, they increase to £1 and £100,000 respectively.

Next, you get to choose a lucky box which is placed to one side while the other twenty-five boxes are used to fill the spaces on the grid. To start with, you get ten spins, and if any of the numbered boxes on the reel matches a box on your grid, the respective box is opened and its contents (i.e. the prize value) is removed from the game. To create a Slingo (a win), you’ll need five opened boxes in a diagonal, horizontal, or vertical line. Each win you create causes the prize multiplier meter on the left-hand side to rise.

There are four special symbols in Deal or No Deal Slingo which can appear on the reel after any spin. Jokers are wilds that can unlock any box in the column they appear on; Super Jokers are also wild but they can unlock any box in the entire grid; the Free Spin symbol gives you one extra spin at the end of the game, and the Devil prevents potential matches.

To unlock the Banker’s Offer, you’ll need to create four slingos. When the telephone rings, he’ll offer you a cash amount based on the prizes which are still left to play for. To accept his offer, click the ‘Deal’ button to collect your prize, and the game ends. To reject his offer, click the ‘No Deal’ button after which you can open your box and collect whatever lies inside it. Clicking ‘Spin’ continues the game, and gives you another Banker’s Offer after every extra spin.

Game Profile

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    Deal or No Deal Slingo
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    Gaming Realms
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  • Stake Range

    £1 to £100
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  • Free Spins

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  • Progressive JP

  • Multipliers

  • AutoPlay

  • Scatters

  • Wilds

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