Open the boxes for your chance to trigger slot prizes in Deal or No Deal: The Banker's Call.
Land a Deal or No Deal Box symbol with a gold border on reel 3 to initiate the What's In Your Box feature, which can reveal a maximum of two symbols.
If a Bonus symbol appears on reels 1, 3 and 5, you will trigger the Banker's Call Bonus. In this round, boxes can be opened and prizes collected, plus there is a chance that you could receive a call from the Banker and open a Mystery Box symbol.
Make your pick.
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 can substitute for all regular symbols in this online slot game, which gives you a better chance of triggering winning combinations.
Wild symbols will not be able to replace any Scatter symbols on the reels.
What's In Your Box Feature
When Deal or No Deal Box symbols appear, it's possible for them to be surrounded by gold borders. If one of these symbols lands on reel 3 with a gold border, the What's In Your Box feature is activated.
The triggering Deal or No Deal Box symbol is opened, with up to two symbols being revealed, although they cannot be Scatters, Wilds or Noel symbols.
The Banker's Call Bonus
This bonus round is initiated when a Bonus symbol lands on reels 1, 3 and 5.
When you choose one of the boxes, you will reveal either a cash prize or an Extra Deal.
To accept the award, select 'Deal'. This will result in one of your remaining deals being used up.
To reject one of the cash prizes, you can select 'No Deal'.
If one of the boxes you choose reveals an Extra Deal, the number of deals you have remaining is boosted by one.
Boxes can be selected until all of your deals have been used.
The Banker may call during this bonus round, which will reveal the Mystery Box symbol. This prize will be automatically collected, so you will not have the option to Deal or No Deal.
Following the Banker's call, any unused deals will be forfeited.
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.