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Deal or No Deal Bingo Rules & Game

Deal or No Deal bingo game rules

Deal or No Deal Bingo is a popular variation of classic 90 ball bingo, and it’s one of the more commonly-seen bingo variations you’ll see when playing at online bingo sites.

In this article, we’re going to take a look at what Deal or No Deal bingo actually is, and how you can begin playing.

What is Deal or No Deal Bingo?

The game is a 90-ball variation, and typically, around 120 players play every game – so the prize pools are often pretty generous!

Ticket prices range from around £0.10, to £0.50, although this does vary quite significantly by site, so you’ll want to take a look around to decide which site is right for you.

Of course, the name hints that there is a special element to the game – and we’ll look at what this special feature is, in the next section.

How To Play Deal or No Deal Bingo

Playing is exactly the same as all other bingo games. You begin by choosing your many cards/tickets you wish to purchase, and once you’ve brought your cards, you’ll be entered automatically into the next game.

Once in the game, you’ll hear a caller reading out numbers as you would in a normal game – and one, and two lines are paid out accordingly.

The big appeal of the game, however, is when you manage to make a full house, as when you do, you’ll enter a special bonus round, where you can increase your winnings thanks to the bankers offers!

When you enter this bonus round, you’ll be taken to a screen which features boxes – like from the TV show – and these boxes contain values that haven’t yet been read out.

The banker will then make you various offers, which you can choose to either accept, or decline – and this offers you a unique experience you don’t find within regular bingo!

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