Deal or No Deal Bingo 75

Deal or No Deal Bingo 75

Play Deal or No Deal 75
Features: Bingo Jackpot Bonus Features

Deal or No Deal Bingo in the 90 ball room has proved so popular we now have the same fun-featured game for 75 ball bingo..

Based on the ever-popular TV series there's a prize baord to play for as well as the prizes in the famous red boxes. There are 6 prizes to play for; lines 1 to 4 and a full house prize, plus the full house winner gets to receive an extra prize when playing the Deal or No Deal feature game. The winner will be able to choose whether to take the prize in the red box on the desk or take the offer from the banker. The winner doesn't have to make this decision alone - players in the room can vote to Deal or No Deal on the banker's offer - but ultimately it's down to the full house winner to make their choice!

With a huge jackpot on offer, this game has some serious prize money! If the full house is called in 42 balls or less winner(s) of the full house win 50% of the community jackpot prize and all other players who have bought tickets in that winning game share the remaining 50% of the prize money (depending on their stakes in that game).

Play Deal or No Deal 75 and see if you'll be taking a call from that generous banker!


From 5p


From £50 up to £125

Biggest Win:



Fab red box bonus prize

Game Prizes
The prizes offered in each bingo game have a minimum guaranteed prize amount but the actual prize is determined by the number of tickets purchased per game. The more tickets purchased, the bigger the prize pot!

Please see the standard UK75 ball bingo help text for standard game prizes and rules.

In addition to the standard game prizes there will be a Deal or No Deal feature prize available to the winner of the full house in the game. The player/s will win the feature prize in addition to the standard full house prize. Please see feature game rules below for more information on the Deal or No Deal feature prize.

This jackpot is initially funded at £7,500 and each day at around midnight it increases based on stakes for the previous day.

Only players who have staked in the Jackpot winning game are eligible for a share of the Jackpot. You will win a share of the Jackpot based on the number of tickets you buy in proportion to the total number of tickets sold in that particular game.

The winner/s of the Full House in the Jackpot winning game will receive a share of 50% of the Jackpot prize plus their share of the remaining 50% based on the number of tickets they have purchased. The remaining 50% is split proportionately amongst the other players who have bought tickets for that specific game. The Jackpot winnings are credited automatically to all eligible players.
You will be notified of any Jackpot win at the end of the Bingo game. If you do not receive a Jackpot Win notification message or have not staked in the Jackpot Winning game then you are not entitled to any share of the jackpot.

We reserve the right to amend any rules relating to the Jackpot at any time.

Feature Game Rules
At the start of the game before the draw commences the Deal or No Deal feature area will appear in the top right hand side of the bingo game screen. On each side of the feature area there will be 22 amounts that are held within the 22 boxes; the blue lower amounts on the left and red higher amounts on the right. The amounts will vary each game and are based on the total stake placed in that bingo game. Players will then see a box automatically chosen at random from 22 red boxes that will then become the ‘Players box' which will remain next to the phone on the table at the front throughout the duration of the game until the feature commences. The remaining 21 boxes will then open to reveal a number from 1-75 allocated at random. The draw will commence and play through as per a standard 75 ball draw but each time a ball is drawn that also has been allocated to a box it will open to reveal an amount from the prize board. That amount will then disappear from the prize board.

When the full house is won the player who won the full house will then be offered an amount by the banker. All players who have purchased a ticket for the draw will then have 10 seconds to vote on whether the player should accept the Bankers offer or not. The votes are counted and revealed as a percentage to the player who won the full house.

The player will then have 20 seconds to decide to either to accept the deal or not. If they accept the deal then this is the win amount they will receive on top of the full house prize money they have already won. If they do not accept the deal then the box allocated at the start of the draw will open to reveal their win amount. There are a number of exceptions to this outlined below:


1. In the event of more than 1 player winning the full house they will automatically take the contents of the ‘Players box' automatically randomly chosen at the start of the draw and share the contents of the box equally amongst the winners.
2. If the 21 boxes allocated a bingo ball at the start of the draw are opened the winner/s of the full house will automatically win the remaining amount inside the box.
3. If there is a single box remaining on the table when the full house is won then should a player decline the Bankers offer they will also get the chance to swap their box with the 1 box remaining.
4. If a player does not ‘Deal' or ‘No Deal' when the Banker makes an offer within a 20 second period then the system will automatically make the decision to decline the bankers offer and take the contents of the box

In the case of any malfunction, all bets and winnings are null and void.