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Deal or No Deal, Series 2 (UK)

This is a summary of episodes from the second series of the UK version of the game show Deal or No Deal. A record for Series 1 is also available.
Series 2 ran from January 18 to October 25, 2006, consisting of 219 episodes - 230 were scheduled, but eleven were missed out due to the host, Noel Edmonds, briefly falling ill. Series 3 began on October 26.

The highlighted amount shows the amount actually won by the contestant, either by dealing, or by continuing to the end and opening their box or a swapped box (swaps shown in blue). Offers shown after the deal was made are "hypothetical" offers if they had played on.
Click on any contestants name in bold blue and you can view a complete box by box breakdown of that players game.
Ep
Date
Player
Box №
Offer 1
Offer 2
Offer 3
Offer 4
Offer 5
Offer 6
Box
New Contestant
67
Jan-18
Terry
14
£3,000
£3,000
£6,000
£4,500
£24,500
£5
50p
Helen
68
Jan-19
Julie
11
£1,300
£800
£3,200
£7,100
£33,000 [1]
£20
1p
Chris
69
Jan-20
Miguel
7
£4,000
£6,800
£10,000
£21,000
£68,000
£2,000
£5,000
Paula R
70
Jan-21
Garvan
4
£700
£4,000
£6,000
£14,500
£13,000
£1,500
£5,000[2]
Fin
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
71
Jan-23
Ann
6
£7,000
£2,000
£700
£11,700
£3,000
£100
£250[3]
John G
72
Jan-24
Gerry
1
£5,800
£3,100
£1,500
£11,700
£6,000
£4
£10
Benita
73
Jan-25
Liz
16
£1,100
£300
£5,300
£8,100
£17,000
£41,000
£35,000
Russell
74
Jan-26
Andrew
13
£2,000
£600
£14,000
£22,500
£900
£3
£10
Anna
75
Jan-27
Jessica
15
£3,700
£2,000
£4,000
£12,500
£41,000
£14,000
£35,000
Okiem
76
Jan-28
Marie
7
£9,000
£15,000
£30,000
£8,000
£6,000
£4,000
£10,000
Donna
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
77
Jan-30
Charles
21
£4,000
£10,000
£7,000
£12,000
£8,000
£38,000
£100,000
Norma
78
Jan-31
Mumtaz[4]
18
£3,200
£3,200
£1,600
£9,600
£24,000
£4,000
50p
Daz
79
Feb-01
Geordie
21
£500
£750
£200
£5,000
£80
£20 [5]
10p
Lucy
80
Feb-02
Vanessa
3
£6,200
£2,000
£300
£4,400
£2,200
£5,000
£20,000[6]
Gary
81
Feb-03
Jim
15
£4,200
£10,500
£6,000
£4,000
£17,000
£34,000
10p
Sam
82
Feb-04
Aileen
1
£2,800
£1,400
£800
£11,000
£8,000
£60
£100
Paul
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
83
Feb-06
Glen
21
£7,500
£17,000
£4,300
£9,000
£6,000
£33,000
£3,000
Tracey
84
Feb-07
John M
6
£3,600
£8,200
£13,013
£6,660
£28,000
£14,000
£1
Germaine
85
Feb-08
Linda
3
£4,000
£9,200
£13,800
£6,000
£16,000
£1,600
£3,000
Mike
86
Feb-09
Brenda
11
£7,500
£15,000
£31,000
£57,000
£84,000
£21,000
£50,000
Lisa
87
Feb-10
Peter
20
£8,000
£5,000
£3,000
£3,500
£17,000
£35,000
£5
Beryl
88
Feb-11
Daz
10
£6,900
£2,000
£5,000
£19,000
£45,000
£105,000
£250,000
Marcus
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
89
February 13[7]
Chris
1
£2,200
£4,400
£800
£1,500
£2,200
£2.50
£5
Candice
90
Feb-14
Helen
9
£2,800
£4,100
£2,000
£4,800
£900
£1,200
£3,000
Trevor
91
Feb-15
Benita
1
£5,200
£1,800
£3,500
£9,000
£27,000
£18,000
10p
Paula H
92
Feb-16
Russell
13
£1,000
£2,000
£7,500
£21,000
£36,000
£200
£500
Sarah
93
Feb-17
Paula R
4
£2,700
£3,000
£5,000
£16,400
£44,000
£200
£500
David
94
Feb-18
John G
21
£8 [8]
£5,100
£9,500
£5,700
£25,000
£90
£10 [3]
Saj
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
95
Feb-20
Fin
1
£900
£2,300
£11,000
£44,000
£3,000
£15,000
£10,000[3]
Matt
96
Feb-21
Donna
3
£4,300
£9,100
£12,000
£8,000
£10,100
£26,000
£10,000
Patrick
97
Feb-22
Paul
2
£5,500
£13,000
£19,400
£5,400
£24,000
£6,000
£1
Barbara
98
Feb-23
Okiem
10
£8,100
£1,900
£4,900
£6,500
£2,500
£17,000
£50
James
99
Feb-24
Beryl
6
£2,800
£1,400
£3,100
£12,500
£2,000
£8,000
£15,000
Jim R
100
Feb-25
Anna
11
£7,300
£11,200
£3,700
£13,000
£43,000
£91,000
£250,000
Marilyn
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
101
Feb-27
Gary
2
£5,500
£11,000
£4,000
£1,300
£11,050
£11,900
£15,000 [3]
Flash
102
Feb-28
Tracey
9
£1,400
£700
£1,800
£3,600
£1,500
£2,900
£250
Nick
103
Mar-01
Trevor
14
£1,100
£7,500
£3,500
£9,900
£9,900
£99
1p [2][9]
Alison
104
Mar-02
Mike
5
£5,200
£2,000
£1,200
£3,200
£1,200
£30
£1[2]
Dave
105
Mar-03
Norma
5
£1,300
£2,200
£8,500
£13,000
£26,000
£5,000
£15,000
Bob
106
Mar-04
Sam
20
£4,900
£12,400
£21,000
£33,000
£10,000
£41,000
£15,000
Audrey
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
107
Mar-06
Lisa
1
£3,000
£1,200
£9,000
£20,000
£44,000
£20
£1
Steve
108
Mar-07
Germaine
12
£2,700
£6,500
£16,500
£11,000
£28,000
£75,000
£250,000
Nancy & Janet[10]
109
Mar-08
Candice
21
£4,000
£12,000
£21,000
£32,000
£19,000
£24,000
£75,000[11]
Aaron
110
Mar-09
Paula H
22
£1,800
£11,000
£4,000
£7,000
£10,022
£22,000
£10,000
Kirsty
111
Mar-10
Patrick
12
£2,000
£9,000
£17,000
£15,000
£15,500
£38,000
£100,000
JT
112
Mar-11
Marcus
14
£8,200
£16,500
£23,000
£31,000
£55,000
£40
£100
Jim H
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
113
Mar-13
Sarah
22
£6,000 [12]
£9,100
£4,000
£27,000
£10,000
£6,000
£1
Sandra
114
Mar-14
Flash
1
£727[13]
£3,025[14]
£6,000
£3,000
£8,400
£2,000
£5,000
Helen
115
Mar-15
David
3
£6,000
£3,800
£7,500
£17,000
£15,000
£30,000
£10,000
Pat G
116
Mar-16
Saj
11
£4,000
£6,000
£9,000
£13,000
£5,000
£25,000
£50,000 [2]
Johnnie
117
Mar-17
James
21
£7,000
£14,000
£21,000
£9,000
£32,000
£67,000
£100,000
Gary
118
Mar-18
Jim R.
16
£1,900
£6,000
£18,000
£2,800
£1,700
£1,100
£500 [3]
Pete
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
119
Mar-20
Barbara
8
£4,500
£9,000
£2,500
£11,500
£8,500
£3
£1 [5]
Julia
120
Mar-21
Matt
5
£8,500
£16,000
£22,500
£20,000
£10,000
£22,450
£35,000
Cathy
121
Mar-22
Marilyn
7
£1,400
£6,500
£8,100
£9,500
£4,000
£5,500
£20,000
Fadil
122
Mar-23
Dave
15
£3,800
£1,000
£8,400
£20,000
£41,000
£60,000
£50,000
Linda
123
Mar-24
Alison
18
£1,200
£4,300
£3,800
£2,500
£5,100
£250
£10
James
124
Mar-25
Nancy
21
£2,000
£700
£4,700
£18,500
£55,000
£91,000
£1
Gabrielle
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
125
Mar-27
Nick
21
£6,700
£11,200
£3,600
£7,000
£4,900
£6,000
£50
John
126
Mar-28
Bob
22
£900
£350
£7,000
£18,500
£27,000
£85,000
£250,000
Pat M
127
Mar-29
Aaron
18
£15,000[16]
£30,000
£12,000
£25,000
£18,000
£5,000
50p
Massimo
128
Mar-30
Lucy
5
£50
£6,050
£1,800
£3,500
£7,500
£2,500
£5 [2]
Dave E
129
Mar-31
Janet
1
£6,100
£2,300
£7,000
£14,000
£400
£2.50[17]
£1 [5]
Richard
130
Apr-01
Steve
4
£800
£6,100
£13,005
£4,000
£1,305
£7,000
£750
Maxine
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
131
Apr-03
Jim H
10
£5,500
£900
£8,000
£9,900
£12,500
£220
10p
Clare
132
Apr-04
Kirsty
22
£4,100
£11,000
£17,000
£22,000
£51,000
£125,000[18]
£75,000 [2]
Dave W
133
Apr-05
Johnnie
16
£6,600
£2,800
£8,300
£18,012
£13,000
£37,000
£100,000
Hilary
134
Apr-06
Sandra
4
£3,100
£8,900
£14,200
£9,990
£12,900
£71,000
£100,000
Michael
135
Apr-07
Helen
8
£9,300
£6,100
£15,000
£22,000
£27,000
£27,000
£1,000
Morris
136
Apr-08
JT
7
£4,001[19]
£11,200
£19,500
£31,000
£39,000 [20]
£5,100
£20,000
Dot
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
137
Apr-10
Pat G
8
£5,400
£14,000
£8,100
£5,500
£16,500
£11,000
£50
Sarah
138
Apr-11
Pete
8
£4,400
£8,800
£18,800
£20,000
£26,500
£18,000
£100
Sandy
139
Apr-12
Cathy
1
£1,400
£4,700
£14,000
£7,470
£2,000
£8,000
£3,000
Raj
140
Apr-13
Maxine
5
£8,200
£2,200
£6,600
£6,100 [21]
£9,000
£2,900
£10,000 [2]
Emma D
141
Apr-14
Fadil
6
£1,700
£6,100
£6,100
£6,100 [22]
£3,050
£7,200
1p [2] [23]
Patrick
142
Apr-15
Gabrielle
21
£1,500
£5,900
£700
£5,000
£6,500
£330
£1,000 [3][24]
Gaz
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
143
Apr-17
Julia
20
£6,000
£7,800
£2,000
£5,800
£15,000
£17,500
£15,000 [3][25]
Max
144
Apr-18
John
19
£2,800
£6,790
£4,900
£11,000
£18,000
£40,000
£75,000
Simon
145
Apr-19
Linda
20
£321
£6,700
£9,000
£10,500
£24,000
£15,500
£50,000
Susie
146
Apr-20
Gary
8
£7,000
£3,000
£10,000
£15,000
£29,999 [26]
£90,000
£5,000
Francesca
147
Apr-21
Michael
21
£950
£600
£5,000
£10,000
£10,000
£400
£1,000
Emma B
148
Apr-22
James
9
£1,100
£8,000
£5,000
£3,000
£6,000
£2,000
£500 [2]
Tan
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
149
Apr-24
Clare
2
£9,000
£12,000
£17,000
£20,000
£8,000
£1,500
£250
Lofty
150 [27]
Apr-25
Dave E
20
£2,150
£5,150
£10,150
£1,150
£1,000
£1.50
1p [2][28]
Patricia
151
Apr-26
Dot
8
£6,700
£12,000
£3,300
£2,500
£3,100
£14,100
£1
Tom
152
Apr-27
Richard
2
£1,313 [29]
£12,000
£3,100
£13,000
£21,500
£9,000
£50
Terri
153
Apr-28
Hilary
18
£10,000
£7,500
£17,500
£9,000
£21,000
£15,000
£50,000 [5]
Jason
154 [30]
Apr-29
Massimo
6
£8,800
£16,000
£4,000
£7,400
£6,100
£5,000
£15,000
Gary
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
155
May-01
9
£9,500
£5,000
£17,000
£8,000
£20,000
£10,000
£50
Rich
156
May-02
Gaz
13
£1,099
£4,100
£2,050
£3,000
£8,200
£35,000
£100,000 [5]
June
157
May-03
Pat M
1
£9,500
£12,900
£17,500
£8,000
£500
£350
£1,000 [2]
Mark
158
May-04
Patrick
4
£3,800
£10,000
£6,500
£800
£2,000
£3,000
£10,000
Buzz
159
May-05
Sandy
7
£4,200
£9,400
£3,500
£11,000
£22,000
£5,000
£20,000
Jainie
160
May-06
Morris
16
£4,590
£9,000
£12,500
£10,000
£29,000
£101,000
£20,000 [2]
Fran
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
161
May-08
Emma D
8
£7,900
£10,000
£10,000
£14,000
£31,000
£14
10p
Simone
162
May-09
Terri
1
£6,100
£9,000
£5,000
£20,000
£10,000
£3,800
£15,000
Stevie
163
May-10
Dave W
17
£800
£5,001
£5,000
£10,000
£18,000
£24
£100
Becca
164
May-11
Gary
19
£7,000
£14,000
£14,000
£21,000
£210
£1,400
£1 [3]
Peter & James
165
May-12
Susie
20
£5,000
£1,000
£10,000
£2,800
£6,125
£125
10p
None[31]
166
May-13
Max
18
£8,800
£2,200
£5,500
£3,300
£7,700
£4,400
£500
Drew
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
167
May-15
Simon
15
£5,000
£7,777
£5,600[32]
£4,500
£2,100
£13,000
£35,000
Suzanne
168
May-16
Tan
20
£7,400
£2,000
£4,700
£1,700
£1,020
£1.99
£5 [5]
Colin
169
May-17
Sarah
12
£9,005
£4,000
£15,000
£5,000
£1,500
£6,000
£20,000
Carlton
170
May-18
Tom
14
£6,000
£18,000
£4,011[33]
£11,000
£33,000
£99,000
£5
Joan
171
May-19
Raj
8
£5,200
£10,400
£6,600
£320
£640
64p[34]
£1 [5]
Jo
172
May-20
Emma B
3
£2,000
£850
£4,800
£1,800
£500
£2,000
£5,000 [2]
Richard
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
173
May-22
Jason
17
£1,400
£2,800
£1,999
£5,000
£950
£300
£750
Louise
174
May-23
Lofty
12
£9,400
£6,000
£18,000
£36,000
£48,000
£22,000
50p
Scott
175
May-24
Patricia
2
£6,300
£9,000
£14,500
£8,500
£32,000
£92,000
£250,000
Daz & Nessie[31]
176
May-25
Rich
21
£3,900
£10,000
£5,146[35]
£8,500
£20,000
£20
£100
Teresa
177
May-26
June
7
£3,700
£9,000
£14,000
£23,000
£7,000
£2 [36]
50p
None
178
May-27
Mark
20
£10,000
£20,000
£8,000
£18,000
£6,000
£9,000
£5,000 [2]
Yvonne
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
179
May-29
Simone
19
£5,500
£15,000
£10,000
£18,000
£25,500
£15,500
£1 [2]
Lee
180
May-30
Colin
15
£2,200
£4,400
£8,800
£3,300
£10,000
£22,000
£250
Ron
181
May-31
Fran
22
£7,900
£3,100
£10,000
£10,000
£5,000
£28,000
£75,000
Wayne
182
Jun-01
Buzz
21
£514
£1,915
£1,000
£4,000
£8,200
£9,800
£100
Chrissie
183
Jun-02
Stevie
12
£7,007
£5,000
£14,000
£21,056
£11,000
£1,300
£3,000
Debbie
184
Jun-03
Jainie
18
£9,100
£9,100
£20,000
£31,000
£15,000
£31
£100
Bianca
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
185
Jun-05
James
19
£1,220
£8,000
£14,700
£6,000
£2,500
£147
£750
Joseph
186
Jun-06
Suzanne
19
SWAP[37]
£7,000
£26,000
£47,000
£59,000
£26,500
£3,000
Trevor
187
Jun-07
Drew
20
£4,800
£12,000
£15,001
£25,000
£17,500
£90,000
£20,000
Melanie
188
Jun-08
Becca
5
£1,200
£9,200
£14,500
£20,000
£7,000
£250
£1,000 [3]
Pennie
189
Jun-09
Peter
13
£1,900
£5,800
£2,200
£10,000
£25,000
£25
£1
Eileen
190
Jun-10
Joan
6
£8,600
£13,013
£20,000
£5,000
£2,999
£3,000
10p [2]
Mark W
191
Jun-11
Richard
20
£100
£18,000
£4,000
£1,100
£6,100
£26,100
£75,000
Frank
192 [38]
June 12 (1)
Louise
6
£850
£8,500
£19,000
£30,000
£50,000
£22,000
£15,000
Ashok
193
June 12 (2)
Carlton
4
£7,000
£12,500
£15,000
£4,000
£1,100
£200
£10 [2]
Amy
194
June 13 (1)
Daz
22
£11,000
£7,500
£13,500
£19,900
£10,000
£200
£500
Ryan
195
June 13 (2)
Jo
2
£810
£7,500
£12,500
£18,000
£31,000
£18,000
£35,000
Alan
196
June 14 (1)
Nessie
20
£5,013
£1,300
£9,000
£13,000
£5,013
£4,000
£10 [2]
Linda E
197
June 14 (2)
Scott
20
£7,000
£17,000
£9,010
£3,010
£5,010
£7.10
£5 [5]
Shirley
198
June 15 (1)
Trevor
19
£5,010
£10,005
£25,000
£25,000
£40,000
£27,000
£20,000
Pierre
199
June 15 (2)
Teresa
1
£8,000
£4,100
£8,000
£4,100
£2,500
£300
£10 [2]
Paul
200
June 16 (1)
Ron
8
£9,200
£1,200
£6,200
£13,200
£13,201
£5,200
£20,000 [2]
Vic
201
June 16 (2)
Chrissie
22
£1,950
£10,000
£5,000
£5,700
£8,853
£2,400
50p
Sally & Sue [39]
202
June 17 (1)
Debbie
22
£9,000
£3,100
£12,000
£7,500
£15,000
£60,000 [40]
£250,000
Roy
203
June 17 (2)
Lee
21
£11,000
£16,500
£10,000
£10,001
£25,000
£4,001
£15,000
Lynda B
204
Jun-18
Frank
10
£6,031
£5,000
£2,500
£9,500
£20,000
£12,000
£35,000
Connell
205
Jun-19
Eileen
7
£5,250 [41]
£1,250
£12,500
£16,500
£16,500
£3,500
50p
Janelle
206
Jun-20
Yvonne
16
£1,800
£7,000
£6,500
£1,500
£4,000
£20,000
£10,000
Monica
207
Jun-21
Wayne
4
£9.99
£19,999
£9,999
£1,999
£999
£99
£250
Buddy
208
Jun-22
Shirley
16
£8,300
£16,000
£17,500
£21,000
£55,000
£20,000
£50,000
Nick M
209
Jun-23
Bianca
22
SWAP[42]
£5,000
£10,000
£3,800
£600
£2,000
£3,000
Chris
210
Jun-24
Pennie
14
£1,313
£7,013
£11,012
£17,500
£25,000
£30,000
£10,000
Debbie
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
211
Jun-26
Ryan
15
£12,000
£4,000
£5,500
£15,500
£25,500
£12,000
£500
John
212
Jun-27
Melanie
22
£9,100
£15,500
£30,000
£14,000
£4,000
£400
£100
Lance
213
Jun-28
Ashok
8
£7,000
£21,000
£12,000
£15,000
£2,500
£125
£250 [5]
Naqiyah
214
Jun-29
Amy
5
£6,600
£16,600
£20,000
£5,000
£9,950
£7,400
£5,000
Giorgio
215
Jun-30
Mark W
8
£2,600
£9,600
£17,000
£17,000
£10,000
£30,000
£10[43]
Mark A
216
Jul-01
Janelle
15
£5,000
£2,500
£12,000
£8,500
£3,000
£1,300
£5,000 [3]
Sharron
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
217
Jul-03
Paul
6
£13,000
£19,500
£9,500
£7,500
£17,500
£32,000
£1
Lindsay
218
Jul-04
Alan
15
£6,000
£7,800
£6,000
£7,800
£2,400
£400
£1,000
Paul
219
Jul-05
Linda E
11
£14,000
£11,000
£16,000
£20,000
£30,000
£9,000
£20,000[44]
Ottis
220
Jul-06
Vic
6
£1,234
£9,000
£9,000
£9,000
£4,321
£19,000
£10
Sandra
221
Jul-07
Roy
3
£7,500
£12,500
£5,021
£3,500
£7,500
£27,500
£15,000[45]
Nick D
222
Jul-08
Nick M
16
£7,700
£15,000
£10,000
£6,123
£5,001
£8,500
£250
Steph
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
223
Jul-10
Pierre
18
£10,000
£18,000
£24,000
£7,000
£24,000
£30,000
£10
Helen
224
Jul-11
Monica
12
£8,012
£19,012
£20,012
£21,012
£12,000
£7,012
£15,000
Nev
225
Jul-12
Sue
16
£6,400
£9,400
£12,400
£18,401
£8,401
£34,401
£50,000
Sarah
226
Jul-13
Lynda B
19
£7,100
£4,000
£20,000
£11,000
£37,100
£15,000
£50
Khanny
227
Jul-14
Sally
3
£8,800
£18,800
£18,800
£1,829
£1,111
21p[46]
1p [5][47]
Maddie
228
Jul-15
Buddy
19
£1,300
£13,000
£16,000
£13,000
£27,500
£50,000[48]
£3,000
Adam
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
229
Jul-17
Connell
22
£6,600
£13,200
£18,004.50 [49]
£9,000
£900
£2,000
1p[3][50]
Emi
230
Jul-18
Debbie
8
£5,900
£3,142
£10,000.01
£5,000
£999
£99
£250[6]
Ashley
231
Jul-19
John
20
£6[51]
£1[51]
£1,000
£2,800
£5,600
£26
£100[6]
Sal
232
Jul-20
Chris
8
£2,700
£12,000
£18,000
£25,000
£8,000
£35,000
£50,000
Barbara
233
Jul-21
Naqiyah
20
SWAP
£7,777
£14,014
£4,949
£14,014[52]
£4,949
£20,000
Bill
234
Jul-22
Giorgio
6
£6,800[53]
£3,400
£1,700
£425
£2,500
£25
1p [2]
Matt
Summer Break
235
Aug-28
Lindsay
3
£5,000
£8,500[54]
£12,500
£12,500[55]
£7,000
£200
£500 [5]
Rob
236
Aug-29
Nick D
13
£8,000
£20,000
£31,000
£45,000
£25,000
£10,000
£5,000
Vee
237
Aug-30
Lance
22
£10,000
£25,000
£12,500
£9,600
£17,500
£87,000[56]
£100,000
Michaela
238
Aug-31
Sharron
10
£870
£4,500[57]
£1,313
£3,131
£950
£3,000
1p [58]
Billy
239
Sep-01
Mark A
15
£4,452
£8,999
£13,000
£26,000
£45,027
£4,527
10p
Mark P
240
Sep-02
16
£8,900
£17,500
£10,000
£15,000
£4,750
£25,000
£75,000
Hannah
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
241
Sep-04
Ottis
11
£4,700
£700
£2,700
£4,000
£7,000
£5,000.01
£10
Rhona
242
Sep-05
Sandra
1
£1,500
£310
£5,002 [59]
£10,004
£17,000
£21,000
£100
John
243
Sep-06
Paul
22
£9,000
£14,500
£19,000
£9,500
£42,000
£84,000
£100
Steve
244
Sep-07
Sarah
13
SWAP
£13,000
£20,000
£20,000
£6,000
£250
£50 [5]
Pat
245
Sep-08
Rob
16
£4,000
£17,000
£20,000.10
£3,500
£350
£1,500
£3,000
Sarah-Jane
246
Sep-09
2
£6,002 [61]
£13,500
£3,500
£800
£3,000
£6,000
£3,000 [5]
Joseph [62]
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
247
Sep-11
Maddie
2
£2,500
£1,250
£3,100
£5,000
£10,000
£9,999
£5,000
Alan
248
Sep-12
Adam
13
£4,500
£1,717
£7,000
£9,000
£17,000
£4,500
£20,000
Rosy
249
Sep-13
Helen
6
£6,006
£9,006
£10,006
£15,006
£16,006
£206
1p
Jo
250[63]
Sep-14
Nev
15
£1,250
£11,235
£20,000
£41,000
£76,000
£111,000
£20,000 [64]
Alex
251
Sep-15
Joseph [65]
10
£12,000
£10,238
£11,500
£13,000
£13,000
£23,000
£5,000
Donna
252
Sep-16
Sal
10
£7,500
£15,000
£20,000
£25,000
£15,000
£5,000
£750
David W
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
253
Sep-18
Emi
13
£80
£5,000
£1,400
£3,000
£44
£3.99
£10 [5]
Diana
254
Sep-19
Barbara
19
£10,000
£7,500
£13,000
£20,000
£27,500
£275
£50
Ray
255
Sep-20
Khanny
22
£16,000
£28,000
£30,000
£48,000[66]
£12,048[67]
£2,400
£5,000
Harry & Barbara[68]
256
Sep-21
Vee
15
£7,005
£9,005
£5,005
£9,005
£15,005
£28,005
£50,000
Susannah
257
Sep-22
Alan
6
SWAP
£10,001
£17,001
£11,000
£9,500
£199
£750
Lisa
258
Sep-23
Michaela
5
£6,969[69]
£19,000
£24,000
£47,000
£69,000
£24,000
£5,000
Jeff
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
259
Sep-25
Billy
17
£11,000
£14,045
£24,000
£35,000
£50,000
£335
£5
Peter
260
Sep-26
Matt
2
£20,000[70]
£35,000 [71]
£15,000
£13,000
£15,000
£25,000
£5,000
Trev
261
Sep-27
Hannah
18
£700
£7,000
£2,500
£1,250
£500
£2,000
£10,000 [2]
Ashley[72]
262
Sep-28
Ashley
16
£10,063.[79]
£16,379
£6,379
£22,063.79
£9,990
£19,990
£75,000
Valerie
263
Sep-29
Steve
1
£6,000[73]
£10,000
£20,000
£10,000[74]
£25,000[75]
£70,000
£50,000
David J
264
Sep-30
Sarah-Jane
16[76]
£50[77]
£2,500
£5,000.01
£1,000
£5,000.02
£14,010
£50,000
Paul A
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
265
Oct-02
Pat
12
£10,000
£18,000
£18,000
£10,000
£5,000
£22,000
£10,000
Shell
266
Oct-03
Mark P
6
£10,000
£10,000
£15,000
£22,000[78]
£30,000
£87,000
£75,000
Sandra ("Spiky")
267
Oct-04
Rhona
4
SWAP
£4,221
£3,000
£5,000
£750
£4,021
£15,000 [2]
Mark
268
Oct-05
Jo
1
£8,250
£15,250
£20,250
£2,000
£3,250
£325
£500 [5]
Jane
269
Oct-06
David W
10
£5,000
£15,000
£30,000
£17,500
£25,000
£85,000
10p
Elizabeth
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
270[79]
Oct-08
Barbara
7[80]
£8,888
£13,013
£3,000
£5,000
£5,000
£22,000
£1,000 [3][81]
Gaz
271
Oct-09
John
8
£9,200
£11,000
£17,500
£9,200
£3,950
£2,500
£1 [2]
Kelly
272
Oct-10
Rosy
10
£10,000
£20,000.01
£15,000
£9,200
£15,000
£30,000
£75,000
Ken
273
Oct-11
Donna
18
£8,900
£10,000
£15,000
£7,500
£10,000
£30,000
£75,000
Mary
274
Oct-12
Ray
11
£11,000
£25,000
£10,000
£15,000
£18,001
£18,002
£35,000
Lee
275
Oct-13
Susannah
17
£10,000
£5,000
£2,500
£3,000
£8,500
£30,000
£750
Karen
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
276
Oct-15
Alex
11
£8,008
£17,500
£12,000
£7,500
£2,500
£250
£5
Katy
277
Oct-16
Shell
1
£7,500
£12,000
£13,013
£10,000
£1,999
£1,100
£250
Alan
278
Oct-17
Peter
6
£11,111
£15,000
£15,000
£3,000
£3,500
£1,700
£500
Nalini
279
Oct-18
Diana
20
£2,222
£7,500
£10,000
£18,000
£9,000
£27,000
£75,000
Howard
280
Oct-19
Trev
16
£6,000
£11,000
£20,000
£14,000 [82]
£7,000
£700
£1,000
Helen
281
Oct-20
Lisa [83]
16
£12,000
£9,000
£14,000
£2,000
£400
£30
£100
Alasdair
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
282
Oct-22
Harry
15
£13,000[84]
£20,000
£20,000
£10,000
£4,000
£42.50
£10
Rachael
283
Oct-23
Ken
21
£95.50
£1,500
£3,000
£888
£2,000
£200
£750 [2]
Peter
284
Oct-24
Valerie
13
£666
£5,013
£513
£1,313
£613
£3,013
£10,000 [3][85]
Paul D.
285
Oct-25
Jeff
3
£10,000
£17,000
£27,000
£36,000
£64,000
£55,000
£100,000
Madeleine
[15]

Trivia

  • The total amount won by in-studio contestants this series, not counting the three special prizes awarded on the holiday episodes, or the extra £1,000 given to Gabrielle as a charity donation (see footnotes) is £2,370,120.23 (to episode 216, the series' 150th show) — about £15,800.80 per show on average.
  • The combined total for both series is £4,561,112.38 — £16,003.90 average per episode.
  • As mentioned in the main article, all the shows from the start of this series up to March 8 (Show 67 to Show 109) were affected by the problems with the random seeding of the boxes. However, there is no evidence to suggest that any of the players (or the Banker) were aware of the patterns created as a result, although the total money won in this period was slightly larger than the average payout.

 

Footnotes

  1. The biggest proportional win in Deal or No Deal history. Julie's amount won was equivalent to 3.3 million times the value of her box.
  2. Sixth offer was No Dealed. The offer of a swap was not taken up by the player.
  3. Sixth offer was No Dealed. The offer of a swap was taken up by the player.
  4. Mumtaz's position on the podium was taken after completion of her show by Lucy, who then went on to appear on a record thus far of 50 consecutive shows, concluding her run on March 30.
  5. Geordie accepted the lowest deal of the shows history so far. However he beat the banker by £19.90 and 200,000 times as a percentage.
  6. Sixth offer was No Dealed. No swap was offered by the banker, or swap offer was not broadcast (Gaz confirmed this was the case for his game so it's possible there were others). [1]
  7. The week beginning February 13 was Love Week. Most notably, on February 14, a weekend for two was offered for the Player of the day and a companion of his or her choice. As Helen was the contestant for the day, she offered to share her prize with fellow contestant Paula, who was to see play on February 17th.
  8. John had previously insulted the banker by calling him a sucker. Therefore the offer was a 'unique' £8.
  9. This is only the second occasion a player has walked away with the lowest prize available of one penny. The first instance occurred on January 3, 2006, when Nick Bain walked away with a penny after having previously turned down an offer of £9,000.
  10. Janet replaced Audrey, who left after just two shows without playing her game.
  11. Candice's original box, #21, contained £75,000, but she would have swapped for box #22 which contained only £500.
  12. Sarah had commented that she saw certain images in the numbers, so the £6,000 offer was jokingly presented as "A pretzel minus a duck with three doughnuts" (£[8-2],000)
  13. £727 was offered because Flash removed four prime numbers in the first round.
  14. £3,025 was offered because Flash removed three square numbers in the second round. 3025 is 55 squared.
  15. A swap was not offered, since Matt stated (before the phone had a chance to ring) that he wasn't interested in a swap. This was not shown on television.
  16. At the time, this show saw the highest first offer and second offer. Aaron achieved only the second ever all-blue first round in the history of the show (the first was achieved by Shell on 9 November 2005).
  17. At the time, this was the lowest ever offer in active play, and the first that included pennies.
  18. The highest ever offer in active play, and the first six-figure offer to be rejected by the contestant.
  19. The banker's offer was £4,001 because JT had revealed his credit card bill was £4,000.
  20. Although JT won £39,000 - in Lucy's show he promised her £1,000 if he won a sizable amount (which he did).
  21. Maxine's original fourth offer was £4,100. Her comments about the Banker led him to phone back and increase the offer, but it was still not enough to make her deal.
  22. The banker offered the same value, £6,100, three times in a row, the first time he has ever done so in the history of the show.
  23. Fadil no dealed the final offer of £7,200 with 1p and £35,000 in play. He further declined the offer of a swap, and left with just 1p. He is the third player in the history of the game to leave with just 1p.
  24. After her winnings of £1,000 were revealed, Gabrielle said she was giving the money to charity. The banker therefore phoned back and said he was doubling the amount she had won to a total of £2,000.
  25. The fourth player in succession to "no deal" to the end - the longest such sequence so far.
  26. Gary was offered £29,999 because he stated previously he had a goal of £30,000. Another player (Richard) gave him the final pound. At the end of the game, Gary said his real target was only £15,000 but he wanted to "beat the banker twice!"
  27. This was the 150th show of Deal or No Deal, highlighted at the start of the show by Noel, and by the Banker with repeated offers ending in 150 - the final one being the lowest ever offer in active play, £1.50, before Dave became the fourth player to leave with just a penny.
  28. This is the fourth time someone has won a penny.
  29. After Richard's poor first round and following the recent sequence of bad games, the Banker described this set of contestants as "cursed", which was the reason for his opening offer which repeated the "unlucky" number 13.
  30. Eight boxes into the game, one of the remaining unopened boxes fell and opened, revealing a red number ending in 3 zeros (believed to be £100,000 but not confirmed). The game was continued from its previous state, once all the remaining unopened boxes had been shuffled by the independent adjudicator.
  31. James joined the game a show early to cover for the absent Raj. He moved to take Gary's place the following day, with Raj going back to his old position when he returned. Likewise, on May 24, Nessie joined the show a day early to cover for the absent Joan.
  32. Simon was given the chance to double his original offer of £2,800 if he guessed it correctly. He guessed it correctly, as this was the offer given to Susie that Simon had previously predicted correctly.
  33. Stevie's box, which Tom dodged earlier in the round, was box 11.
  34. This was the first offer of less than £1 made in active play.
  35. The banker told the contestants in the East Wing, who had all been predicting what the offer would be, that they were stupid as they did not predict correctly. He then offered the ridiculously specific sum of £5,146, obviously so as there was hardly any chance that anyone would have predicted correctly.
  36. Offer was given as "£2 + a copy of the rules". Earlier in the show, June had forgotten to say "No Deal" before continuing with the game after the opening offer.
  37. In a first for the show, there was no cash opening offer and instead Suzanne was offered the chance to swap her box. She accepted this offer and swapped her original box 19 (which was later revealed to contain £500) for box 3. Bianca on June 23, Naqiyah on July 21, Sarah on September 7, Alan on September 22, Rhona on October 4, Steve on November 21 and Dawn on November 22, (all 2006), were also offered swaps after the opening round; however they all declined.
  38. This show saw the start of "Double Deal Week", where for one week in June, two episodes of the show would be shown from Monday to Saturday, with another episode shown on the Sunday too.
  39. Sue replaced Joseph who fell ill with bronchopneumonia. After recovering, he returned on September 9.
  40. Although this is a hypothetical offer, Debbie would have been the first player to have the 1p and £250,000 as the final two amounts on the board. She said she would've dealt, however there was just 50p in box 22 the day before and she did say she would have been tempted to risk it.
  41. Eileen's opening offer was £5,250 but she had talked about an embarassing incident involving her underwear. The banker said 'A quarter of a million now to see your knickers!".
  42. As for previous contestant Suzanne, instead of a cash opening offer, Bianca was offered a swap - however, she declined the offer.
  43. Mark's original box, #8, contained only £10, but he would have swapped for box #5 which contained £100,000.
  44. This is the only time to date that a box has been sold for its actual worth, but Linda could have dealt at £30,000.
  45. Roy's original box, #3, contained only £15,000, but he would have swapped for box #7 which contained £50,000.
  46. This is the lowest offer ever either in active play or hypothetically, and a lower offer would only be expected in the event of 1p and 10p being the last two boxes.
  47. Sally became the first female to win 1p and is also the player to turn down the largest sum of money (£18,800) before winning a penny, taking this title off Dave E who turned down £10,150 to win the same amount.
  48. After the 4th round, the banker asked if he could see what Buddy had written in the book. It was £50,000. Convinced Buddy would go all the way with the £3,000 and £100,000 left, the banker actually offered £50,000.
  49. The banker said he would give £4,500 to each of Connell's four daughters. Noel then said 'he isn't giving you anything' to Connell's wife so he phoned again and added £4.50 for Connell's wife. This is the first offer to contain pence, apart from offers of less than £10.
  50. This is the second 1p winner in the space of 3 shows. The chances of this happening are 0.62%, but Connell did swap for Box 7, because that was the number on his football shirt.
  51. John's opening "joke" offers were the lowest ever first and second offers. He is the only player to have received three offers below £100 in a game.
  52. The first offer made by The Banker was £7,777. However, Naqiyah stated that with everything she already had in her life, such as "a fantastic job and a wonderful family", money was a bonus. While Noel was asking the question, The Banker phoned up to change the offer to £14,014. He later rang up for a third time, again while the question was being asked just to say he was looking forward to her answer.
  53. The first 1p game to peak at the opening offer (and up until Sharron's game, the lowest peak offer in a 1p game)
  54. The Banker originally offered a very strange joke offer of just 1p to remind Lindsay who was in charge.
  55. Paul told Lindsay to step outside of the game so Noel took her outside of the studio and around a quick tour of Bristol to ask a woman on a bike (Choi) what she would do. He then took her through security, back into the studio and asked some security guards what they would do.
  56. This is the fourth highest offer in active play, behind £125,000, £120,000, and £101,000. It also makes Lance the third-highest winner so far, behind £120,000 (Jennifer) and £100,000 (Gaz).
  57. This is the lowest peak offer in a game where the contestant went on to win a penny.
  58. Sharron became the 8th member (and the 2nd female member) of the 1p club. In the space of 12 shows (although there was a 5 week break between the 8th and 9th of these shows) 4 people have left with a penny, meaning one third of a group of 12 left with 1p.
  59. The banker made a joke offer of £2 as Sandra's game appeared to be getting worse and Bill called the banker cocky. He then rang back and changed the offer to £5,002 Bill became known as 'Cocky' Bill after calling the banker cocky for making a joke offer of £2 to fellow contestant Sandra.
  60. Bill had called the banker cocky after a joke £2 offer was given to fellow conetstant Sandra. The first offer was displayed as £2 then £6,002.
  61. Joseph previously left the game in June. His last show was in the afternoon of June 16 (the first show of the day) before he was taken ill with bronchopneumonia.
  62. This was the 250th show. As it was the 250th show, the Banker phoned at the beginning to tell the contestants that if Nev takes out the 1p out on the first round, then each contestant would get £250, however, Nev did not find the 1p and they therefore did not get it.
  63. Nev's original box, #15, contained only £20,000, but he would have swapped for box #5 which contained £250,000.
  64. This is the first game to have a 5-figure offer at every stage.
  65. Before Noel finished asking the question, The Banker increased the offer from £42,000 to £48,000.
  66. The offer was originally £12,042, but as The Banker was playing with Khanny he later increased the offer.
  67. Original contestant Ashley, who is a police officer, was called to a court case prior to the game being filmed and so was replaced by Harry. Noel confirmed he would be returning.
  68. Michaela had said that fellow contestant Sarah-Jane was a porn-star. This made the banker say that Michaela had a one-track mind, and hence offered £6,969.
  69. £20,000 is currently the highest-ever opening offer, after Matt removed five blues in the opening round.
  70. Not only did Matt get the highest first offer, but he got the highest second offer after removing 8 blues in a row - another record.
  71. Ashley returned to the show after his court case ended. He was placed back in his original position, moving Harry.
  72. The banker had fallen out with Steve so the offer was displayed as £6,000 + the book 'How to make friends'.
  73. The offer was originally £15,000, but when Steve commented on the offer and referred to it as "obvious", The Banker called to reduce the offer.
  74. The original "offer" was £10,000, but The Banker called about thirty seconds later to increase it to his actual offer.
  75. It was confirmed that Box 16 was the luckiest box because it contained one of the Power 5 the most when it was on the table.
  76. The Banker offered Sarah-Jane a set of steak knives along with her offer as a late wedding present.
  77. This is the first time that the same amount of money has been won in 2 consecutive shows.
  78. As of October 8 the Deal or No Deal weekend show was moved from Saturday to Sunday, though the shows were originally to be aired on Saturday.
  79. It was confirmed that Box 7 was the unluckiest box because it contained one of the Power 5 the least when it was on the table.
  80. The last unopened box, for which the contestant swapped her box, was the box worth £100,000. This is the largest loss when a box has been swapped.
  81. The banker stated that if Trev had kept the £250,000 intact, the offer would have stood at £41,000.
  82. The banker told Lisa that if she did an elaborate dance to the show's theme tune, he would give high and very generous offers. After speaking to the banker, Lisa agreed to dance, and did a very enthusiastic dance around the studio.
  83. The banker gave each of the other 21 contestants a T-shirt, coloured blue for the west wing and red for the east. Starting from Alasdair in the far west wing and going round the Helen in the east, the T-shirts read 'Don't forget it is tax free' because of Harry's consistent catchphrase 'Tax free!'
  84. Valerie's swap is currently the most successful ever - her original box contained 10p, meaning that taking the swap gained her £9,999.90.

 

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