The £100 jackpot fruit machine, Deal or No Deal: Lucky Streak sees the return of Noel Edmonds and the classic Deal or No Deal game, with the addition of upgraded features, upgraded wins and an inner board for further features and win spins. Feature entry is gained in the usual way through three phones in view, or a reel win. There is an additional trail along the bottom, that once complete will automatically open the Deal or No Deal game.
Like all fruit machines, the real action comes into play during the feature game. Deal or No Deal Lucky Streak uses an outer board and an inner board, with additional features available within the inner board to enhance the game play. Depending upon your playing stake, the features are upgradable up to twice, with white, red and mega red available.
There is also an additional feature; One Box Game, similar to that seen on Deal or No Deal Rapid Round which will leave the one red box (mega streak) and all of the blue boxes. This feature sits by itself on the top row of the inner board. Movement around the inner board is generally limited to one time around before been kicked out. It is extremely rare to re-enter the inner board once you have left.
The Deal or No Deal game is achievable through lighting three phones to activate the super game. This can then be upgraded via landing on additional blue or red upgrades, or by lighting an additional phone. Each additional phone will eliminate the lowest quarter of the values. Since the upgrade to £100, the boxes tend to offer slightly higher values, with mega streak and a low value remaining often leaving a little under £50.
Deal or No Deal shots improve the value of the super feature. Each additional red phone eliminates 4 of the lowest value boxes. On £1 stake, three phones in view starts the Deal or No Deal feature. Mega shots and One Box Game are only available from the inner board. There is no Cash or Bust, but there is a Deal or Bust, which as the name implies, offers either a Deal game or nothing.
Lucky Streak is an interesting addition to the £100 jackpot Deal or No Deal fruit machines, with not much changing between the £70 and £100 upgrades. The cost of opening the Deal or No Deal game can be in excess of £200 depending on the previous DoND win.