The Reel Deal Slots

The Reel Deal Slots is a five reel and 20 pay line slot game from Wager Gaming Technology. The theme is a spinoff from the very popular TV show called Deal or No Deal and hosted by Howie Mandell. Added features include free spins, wilds, and a bonus round that very much resembles the one from the TV show. Play with coin values starting at a penny up to ten dollars per line so bets can be between $0.20 to $200 per game.

The Reel Deal Slots symbols include a Check, Contestants, a Deal Button, a Gold Bar, a Golden Briefcase, the Host, Money Stacks, the Mysterious Banker, and a Phone. The Gold Bar is the Wild symbol and substitutes for all other symbols but the scatter and bonus symbols. The Red Button is the Scatter symbol and 3 or more scatters awards 15 Free Spins with a x2 multiplier. The Reel Deal slot Free Spins can be retriggered during free spins!

The Reel Deal slots Bonus symbol is the Gold Case and only appears on the 2nd, 3rd and 4th reels. Three Gold Case symbols on any active pay line triggers the Bonus game. In the Reel Deal slots Bonus game you will change screens and find 25 various dollar amounts listed on your screen. The small dollar amounts are on the left, the large dollar amounts are on the right. In the middle of the Bonus screen are 25 gold cases. Each case contains one of the 25 amounts listed on the left and right sides. The higher your bet, the larger the dollar amounts are available to win.

You will choose 1 of the 25 cases and that is put to the side. The objective is to choose the cases with the small dollar amounts inside, leaving the cases with the large amounts. On the first The Reel Deal slots Bonus round you must choose 6 cases and the banker will then offer you an amount to buy your case based on the amounts left in play. You have the choice to accept the bankers offer or decline it. If you accept, the game is over and the case you chose is opened to show you the amount that was inside. If you decline the offer, you have to then open 5 cases and the cycle begins again.

The bonus offer will get larger as long as you have the large numbers still in play. If you chose briefcases that housed smaller sums the banker will offer you much more than if you had selected cases with larger sums. Remember, you could have large sums on the board and turn the bankers offer down only to find out that on your next turn you wiped all of the large amounts out and then your next bankers offer will be much lower.