First Person Deal or No Deal

Will you keep your box or will you swap? Find out in First Person Deal or No Deal!

    First Person Deal or No Deal Game Overview 

    The minimum bet size available in this game is 10p. 

    The maximum bet size is £900.


    To qualify to enter the main game, you need to unlock the vault using the wheel shown on-screen.

    To unlock the vault, the gold segments need to be aligned in the upper central sector or the wheel. 

    You can increase your chances of unlocking the vault by buying extra rings that will automatically align on the wheel.

    One or two rings can be bought by choosing 'Easy' or 'Very Easy', respectively.

    'Easy' and 'Very Easy' will multiply your wager by x3 or x9, respectively.

    The wheel can be spun an unlimited number of times during the allocated time period.

    The larger your wager, the bigger the prizes hidden in the briefcases during the game.

    The largest value prize available in a briefcase will be worth 75-500x your wager for each spin.

    If you don't qualify in the allocated time period then you will be offered qualification in the next round.

    The Top Up Wheel

    After you unlock the vault into the main game, you will see the Top Up Wheel.

    You can choose to spin the wheel as many times as you wish for the chance to increase the value of the greatest briefcase by 5-50x your wager.

    The Main Game

    There are 16 randomly numbered briefcases in the main game.

    Your briefcase will be on the table next to the host and the hotline to the Banker.

    The host's assistant will open the boxes to reveal the prizes inside before they are removed from the game.


    Briefcases will contain one of the following prize values, which will be a multiplier of your wager: 0.10x, 0.20x, 0.50x, 0.70x, 1x, 2x, 3x, 5x, 8x, 10x, 12x, 15x, 20x, 25x, 50x, 65-100x.

    First Opening and Offer

    During the first opening round, you will pick three briefcases to be opened.

    The Banker will place a 'Deal or No Deal' offer once three briefcases are opened.

    If you accept the deal then you will receive the money offered before deciding to exit the game or return to the qualification round.

    Declining the deal will continue the game.

    'No Deal' will be automatically chosen if time runs out before a decision is made.

    Second Opening and Offer

    Four briefcases will be opened in the second round of openings.

    Another deal will be offered by the Banker once the briefcases are opened.

    Third Opening and Offer

    Four briefcases will be opened in this round of openings before another deal is offered.

    Fourth Opening and Offer

    Three briefcases will be opened during the fourth opening.

    The Banker will offer a final deal.

    You will need to choose between 'Deal', 'No Deal' and 'Switch Briefcases'.

    If you decide to pick 'Switch Briefcases' then you will exchange your briefcase for the other one and the Banker's offer will be rejected.

    The Final Opening

    If you rejected the last offer from the Banker, then you will receive the prize inside your briefcase.

    If you swapped briefcases, then you will receive the prize inside the other briefcase.

    You will return to the qualification round after receiving your prize.

    Return to Player

    Return to Player (RTP): 95.42%

    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 £95.42 of wins.