Next Episode of Deal or No Deal is
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Deal or No Deal? That's the £250,000 question (if the contestant is lucky) posed by presenter Noel Edmonds.There are 22 players, each of whom holds one of 22 sealed boxes, each containing a different amount of money, ranging from 1p to £250,000. One contestant is chosen to play the game and he or she opens the other 21 boxes by choosing one at a time. When a box is opened, the value contained in that box is taken off the board and cannot be won. At the end of each round (a maximum of six), the contestant is made an offer by the Banker to buy the contestant's case. If the player accepts the offer, he or she wins that amount. If the offer is declined, the contestant continues choosing boxes in the subsequent rounds.The game ends when the contestant accepts the Banker's offer or ends up with just one box remaining (in addition to the contestant's box). At that point, the contestant must choose between their box or the other box. The contestant wins the amount in the chosen box.
The Banker sinks to new depths of evil behaviour in the famous caves of Wookey Hole, Somerset. Deep underground the boxes are set and ready. The player and their friends and family are standing by to attempt to win life-changing money. But The Banker decides to play a little game and if the player fails the task he'll look in their box!
The Banker takes Noel and the game to new heights as Deal or No Deal on Tour takes to the air to play the game at 37,000 feet on the Banker's private jet with unqualified pilot, The Banker himself, flying the plane. Will it be a turbulent ride for the player? Will the offers hit dizzying heights? Will the Banker learn how to land the plane in time?
This festive edition of Deal or No Deal on Tour comes from Longleat Safari Park in Wiltshire. The Great Hall of the stately home is laid out for a Christmas feast, with Noel, the player and their friends festooned in festive jumpers. But expect The Banker to play mind games to make sure there is very little to cheer about when he tries to manipulate the game to his advantage.
The Tour reaches its last stop as the Banker takes Noel and the team to Scotland to play the game at the Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum in Glasgow. With bagpipes, drummers, an organist and the biggest live audience the show has ever had, this Christmas spectacular is a fitting end to the national tour. But will The Banker regret coming north of the border?
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