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Deal or No Deal

4.3 out of 5 stars 19 customer reviews

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  • Includes display with open and close windows, stand, 26 suitcases, play money, value cards, player cards and instructions.
  • All the suspense and excitement of choosing suitcases and know when to take the deal or keep going
  • Know when to stop and keep the money
  • For 2 to 6 players
  • Fun for the whole family
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Product Description

Product Description

Living Room version of Deal or No Deal includes little replica briefcases.

From the Manufacturer

Deal or No Deal is ready for a second year of blockbuster sales. Pressman's board game version features all the suspense and excitement of choosing suitcases and knowing when to take the deal or keep going!

Product Information

Product Dimensions 3.2 x 10.5 x 14 inches
Item Weight 1.7 pounds
Shipping Weight 2.1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Domestic Shipping This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
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ASIN B000ETXOF0
Item model number 5061-06
Manufacturer recommended age 8 years and up
Best Sellers Rank #117,599 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
#3,377 in Toys & Games > Games > Board Games
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4.3 out of 5 stars 19 customer reviews

4.3 out of 5 stars

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By A. Kulcsar on July 28, 2007
As with most Pressman Toy home-game versions, this is a very good interpretation of the game show. It does, however, take some practice to get the game to feel "just right."

Aside from the obvious game play to mimic the game show, this home-game version adds some unique twists so that everyone is as involved as is possible. The role of case-bearer easily could have been made a very passive one, but the rules of the game give these other players more interaction. This is a nice twist and makes what would be a very boring role much more involved in the game.

An additional change to the standard game is the allowance for bartering. This changes the dynamic of the game quite a bit. Some people really dislike this change. Personally, I like it. The reasons for this change are relayed in the rules. Simply put, because the banker is paying the player out of his or her own pocket, bartering seems like a natural allowance.

The one place where this game falls short is its lack of direction for the banker. If a particular player has little experience with the show, chances are he or she will make a very poor banker. This seems obvious, but it reveals itself even more profoundly when you actually play the game. There is no banker "cheat sheet" for inexperienced players to use, so you usually end up with a banker who offers way too little money or way too much money. Experience with the game show or repeated play will help novice bankers improve.

As with most of their efforts, Pressman Toy offers a very good home game version here. Fans of the game show will enjoy this version a great deal, and it really is fun to play.
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Back in high school, my teacher would allow me to borrow this game over the summer or the weekend. Now, I have finally got my own copy of this board game. A lot of fun to play with, so I recommend it.
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DOND is a fun game, and we've had some lively sessions playing it. There is an additional (we forget...we got rid of it!)...complicated thing that the game had, and made it "less fun" to play.

You also have to disregard the 'suggestion' regarding "how" to give an Banker's Offer...it doesn't work, so you have to use your own judgement, to "jiggle it"...actually, this makes it even More fun!

All-in-all...from 6 to 60, of we whom have played (if you follow the 'disregard' suggestions)...it's a 4-star fun.
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This game is made so cheaply, the pieces that cover the dollar value keep falling off. We are very disappointed with the overall quality of this product. It is a fun game but the quality is very poor. Would not recommend it, it is not worth the money.
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This was fun however for the person who takes the role of the banker and has to give an offer to the player is a bit challenging (for those math-challenged).
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A Kid's Review on March 18, 2007
This game will definitly excite Deal or no deal fans. Yet, there is too much work that has to be done. You have to first put all the cards into the "cases". Then, for the bank offer, it tells how the real banker actually calculates the offer, but it is too dificult, even with a calculater, so there is no real way to do it. then, after the game , if you don't want to put the cases in order the next time you play, you must do it at the end of the game. It is fun, though, if you really play it. So, if you want to pay less, but do more work, get the game. If you just want to play it peacfully, get the tv plug in version or the handheld (not the dvd version its slow). It is your choice: Deal, or no deal?
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This game is great!!!!! Lots of play money and nicely shipped and packed in the box. All of the pieces were there. Worth the money for this awesome board game! It shipped to my house in just 8 days!
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My 9 year old daughter loves to watch Deal or No Deal on TV. This game is a great way to spend time together instead of just sitting and watching something on TV. Lots of fun.
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