Deal or No Deal Bingo Comes to William Hill Bingo
11/04/2009

One of the nation’s favourite television programmes is coming to the countries most popular bingo room as William Hill Bingo launches its brand new Deal or No Deal game on Tuesday 6th October.

Online PR News – 04-November-2009 – – One of the nation’s favourite television programmes is coming to the countries most popular bingo room as William Hill Bingo launches its brand new Deal or No Deal game on Tuesday 6th October. The famous red boxes, the suspense of the ‘prize board’ and the nerve-wracking bankers telephone call are all included in the thrill of this exciting new 90 ball bingo game. The players can chat, as in the show, using the usual facility, but there is also a new voting feature so fellow roomies can help players decide when they get the crucial ‘Deal or No Deal’ question. As well as enjoying the new game, William Hill Bingo clients can also win extra goodies in a month-long promotion to celebrate the launch. A money-can’t-buy VIP trip for two to see the Deal or No Deal show, including a tour of the studios, priority seats and lunch with the contestants is up for grabs in the promotion, as well as bonus funds and branded Deal or No Deal merchandise such as board games and dvd’s. Any Deal or No Deal player staking at least £10 during the week will be entered in to the weekly random draws which take place every Friday from the 16th October to the 6th November. -ENDS- 30th September 2009 The GameThe Deal or No Deal game is a 90 ball bingo game with prizes for 1 line, 2 lines or a full house and a progressive jackpot. Players are randomly selected a ‘players’ box at the start of the game. The other 21 boxes are allocated prizes and a number and when that numbered ball comes up the box is removed from play. If a player gets a full house they get offered a deal from the banker according to the prizes remaining in a game – or they can choose ‘No Deal’ and stick with their box, thus winning the prize in that box. True to the television show, they may also be offered a ‘swap’ should just 1 box be remaining. The progressive jackpot will build until won, with the full house winner getting 50% and the other players getting an equal share of the other 50%. For further information, log on to http://bingo.williamhill.com/