Play Deal or No Deal: The Banker's Call for your chance to open some slot prizes!
Enter the What's In Your Box feature if a Deal or No Deal Box symbol appears with a gold border on reel 3, with up to two symbols revealed.
Land a Bonus symbol on reels 1, 3 and 5 and the Banker's Call Bonus begins, where you can open boxes to collect prizes, and the Banker could call you to open a Mystery Box symbol.
Take the call.
The bet sizes available in Deal or No Deal: The Banker's Call range from 10p to £10.
Betting in this game is fixed at 10 paylines.
Wild symbols are able to increase your chances of completing wins on the reels, as they have the ability to replace all regular symbols in this game.
It is not possible for Wild symbols to substitute for any Scatter symbols on a spin.
What's In Your Box Feature
Gold borders may surround Deal or No Deal Box symbols when they hit. If this takes place on the third reel, you will initiate the What's In Your Box feature.
The symbol that activated the bonus will be opened, and one or two symbols will be unveiled. It is not possible for Scatters, Wilds or Noel symbols to appear at this point.
The Banker's Call Bonus
To enter The Banker's Call Bonus, you must have a spin that produces a Bonus symbol on reels 1, 3 and 5.
Select a box, and a cash prize or an Extra Deal will be revealed.
If you wish to accept the award, hit 'Deal'. If you choose to deal at any point, one of the deals you have left will be used.
You can reject an award by hitting 'No Deal'.
If an Extra Deal is revealed by a box, the amount of deals you have left increases by one.
You can continue to select boxes until you've used all of the deals you were allocated.
If you receive a phone call from the Banker, the Mystery Box symbol is unveiled, and the prize will be collected automatically.
Any deals you had yet to use will be forfeited after the phone call from the Banker.
Return to Player
Return to Player (RTP): 95.06%.
The expected return is the amount we pay out to players relative to the amount of wagering on the game.
For example, if we take £100 of wagers we will, on average, pay out £95.06 of wins.