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END SALE DATE; 10/6/2008
LAST DATE TO CLAIM PRIZES: 10/6/2009
Deal or No Deal is a $5 game capitalizing on the popularity of the hit television show featuring Howie Mandel. The game offers 10 top prizes of $50,000 and a trip to Hollywood to play the Deal Or No Deal™ TV game show which offers a chance to win $1 million cash. There are more than 1,000 prizes from $1,000 to $5,000 and more than $23 million in cash prizes. Each ticket has 12 chances to win plus a BANKER’S BOX bonus.
Win the prize shown under the matching number when any of YOUR CASE NUMBERS match any of the WINNING CASE NUMBERS. A “TV SET” (TV SET) play symbol wins the prize shown under it automatically. A “DEAL” (DEAL) symbol in the BANKER’S BOX bonus wins the prize shown under it automatically. Players can win a trip to Hollywood to play the Deal or No Deal™ game show on national television for the chance to win $1 million.
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