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This is a summary of episodes from the second series of the UK version of the game show Deal or No Deal.

Records for Series 1 and Series 3 are also available.

This covers episodes from August 28, 2006 to July 13, 2007.

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 orange). Offers shown after the deal was made are "hypothetical" offers if they had played on.

Episodes

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Ep Date Player Box № Offer 1 Offer 2 Offer 3 Offer 4 Offer 5 Offer 6 Box New Contestant
235 August 28 Lindsay 3 £5,000 £8,500 £12,500 £12,500 £7,000 £200 £5006 Rob
236 August 29 Nick D 13 £8,000 £20,000 £31,000 £45,000 £25,000 £10,000 £5,000 Vee
237 August 30 Lance[1] 22 £10,000 £25,000 £12,500 £9,600 £17,500 £87,000[2] £100,000 Michaela
238 August 31 Sharron 10 £870 £4,500[3] £1,313 £3,131 £950 £3,000 1p [4] Billy
239 September 1 Mark A 15 £4,452 £8,999 £13,000 £26,000 £45,027 £4,527 10p Mark P
240 September 2 Steph 16 £8,900 £17,500 £10,000 £15,000 £4,750 £25,000 £75,000 Hannah
241 September 4 Ottis 11 £4,700 £700[5] £2,700 £4,000 £7,000 £5,000.01 £10 Rhona
242 September 5 Sandra 1 £1,500 £310 £5,002 £10,004 £17,000 £21,000 £100 John
243 September 6 Paul 22 £9,000 £14,500 £19,000 £9,500 £42,000 £84,000 £100[6] Steve
244 September 7 Sarah 13 SWAP £13,000 £20,000 £20,000 £6,000 £250 £50 6 Pat
245 September 8 Rob 16 £4,000 £17,000 £20,000.10 £3,500 £350 £1,500 £3,000 Sarah-Jane
246 September 9 'Cocky' Bill [7] 2 £6,002 £13,500 £3,500 £800 £3,000 £6,000 £3,000 6 Joseph [8]
247 September 11 Maddie 2 £2,500 £1,250 £3,100 £5,000 £10,000 £9,999 £5,000 Alan
248 September 12 Adam 13 £4,500 £1,717 £7,000 £9,000 £17,000 £4,500 £20,000 Rosy
249 September 13 Helen 6 £6,006 £9,006 £10,006 £15,006 £16,006 £206 1p Jo
250[9] September 14 Nev 15 £1,250 £11,235 £20,000 £41,000 £76,000 £111,000 £20,000 [10] Alex
251 September 15 Joseph [11] 10 £12,000 £10,238 £11,500 £13,000 £13,000 £23,000 £5,000 Donna
252 September 16 Sal 10 £7,500 £15,000 £20,000 £25,000 £15,000 £5,000 £750 David W
253 September 18 Emi 13 £80 £5,000 £1,400 £3,000 £44 £3.99 £10 6 Diana
254 September 19 Barbara 19 £10,000 £7,500 £13,000 £20,000 £27,500 £275 £50 Ray
255 September 20 Khanny 22 £16,000 £28,000 £30,000 £42,000
£48,000[12]
£12,042
£12,048
£2,400 £5,000 3 Harry and Barbara[13]
256 September 21 Vee 15 £7,005 £9,005 £5,005 £9,005 £15,005 £28,005 £50,000 Susannah
257 September 22 Alan 6 SWAP £10,001 £17,001 £11,000 £9,500 £199 £750 Lisa
258 September 23 Michaela 5 £6,969[14] £19,000 £24,000 £47,000 £69,000 £24,000 £5,000 Jeff
259 September 25 Billy 17 £11,000 £14,045 £24,000 £35,000 £50,000 £335 £5 Peter
260 September 26[1] Matt 2 £20,000 £35,000 [15] £15,000 £13,000 £15,000 £25,000 £5,000 3 Trev
261 September 27 Hannah[1] 18 £700 £7,000 £2,500 £1,250 £500 £2,000 £10,000 2 Ashley[16]
262 September 28 Ashley 16 £10,063.79 [17] £16,379 £6,379 £22,063.79 £9,990 £19,990 £75,000 Valerie
263 September 29 Steve 1 £6,000[18] £10,000 £20,000 £15,000
£10,000[19]
£25,000 £70,000 £50,000 David J
264 September 30 Sarah-Jane 16 £50[20] £2,500 £5,000.01 £1,000 £5,000.02 £14,010 £50,000 Paul A
265 October 2 Pat 12 £10,000 £18,000 £18,000 £10,000 £5,000 £22,000 £10,000 Shell
266 October 3 Mark P 6 £10,000 £10,000 £15,000 £22,000 £30,000 £87,000 £75,000 Sandra ("Spiky")
267 October 4 Rhona 4 SWAP £4,221 £3,000 £5,000 £750 £4,021 £15,000 2 Mark
268 October 5 Jo 1 £8,250 £15,250 £20,250 £2,000 £3,250 £325 £500 6 Jane
269 October 6 David W 10 £5,000 £15,000 £30,000 £17,500 £25,000 £85,000 10p Elizabeth
270[21] October 8 Barbara 7 £8,888 £13,013 £3,000 £5,000 £5,000 £22,000 £1,000 3 [22] Gaz
271 October 9 John 8 £9,200 £11,000 £17,500 £9,200 £3,950 £2,500 £1 2 Kelly
272 October 10 Rosy 10 £10,000 £20,000.01 £15,000 £9,200 £15,000 £30,000 £75,000 Ken
273 October 11 Donna 18 £8,900 £10,000 £15,000 £7,500 £10,000 £30,000 £75,000 Mary
274 October 12 Ray 11 £11,000 £25,000 £10,000 £15,000 £18,001 £18,002 £35,000 Lee
275 October 13 Susannah 17 £10,000 £5,000 £2,500 £3,000 £8,500 £30,000 £750 Karen
276 October 15 Alex 11 £8,008 £17,500 £12,000 £7,500 £2,500 £250 £5 2 Katy
277 October 16 Shell 1 £7,500 £12,000 £13,013 £10,000 £1,999 £1,100 £250 Alan
278 October 17 Peter 6 £11,111 £15,000 £15,000 £3,000 £3,500 £1,700 £500 Nalini
279 October 18 Diana 20 £2,222 £7,500 £10,000 £18,000 £9,000 £27,000 £75,000 Howard
280 October 19 Trev 16 £6,000 £11,000 £20,000 £14,000 £7,000 £700 £1,000 Helen
281 October 20 Lisa[23] 16 £12,000 £9,000 £14,000 £2,000 £400 £30 £100 2 Alasdair
282 October 22 Harry 15 £13,000 £20,000 £20,000 £10,000 £4,000 £42.50 £10 Rachael
283 October 23 Ken 21 £95.50 £1,500 £3,000 £888 £2,000 £200 £750 2 Peter
284 October 24 Valerie 13 £666 £5,013 £513 £1,313 £613 £3,013 £10,000 3 Paul D.
285 October 25 Jeff 3 £10,000 £17,000 £27,000 £36,000 £64,000 £55,000 £100,000 Madeleine
286 Oct 26 Elizabeth[24] 10 £8,050 £17,536 £22,000 £18,001 £40,000 £7,000 £5,000 Tony
287 Oct 27 Paul A 6 £1,032 £9,600 £12,800 £16,000 £32,000 £50,032 £75,000 Dawn
288 Oct 29 (1) Jane 4 £10,000 £19,000 £27,000 £47,000 £11,000 £2,700 £10,000 Steve
289[25] Oct 29 (2) David J 9 £17,000 £27,000 £19,500 £14,900 £25,000 £70,000 £10,000 Amanda
290 Oct 30 Lee 14 £800 £801 £4,008 £10,000 £8,000 £4,000 £750 Neil
291 Oct 31 Sandra ("Spiky") 11 £6,666 £9,999 £3,333 £1,111 £666 £22.22 £50 Ned
292 Nov 1 Mark 5 £13,000 £13,000 £19,000 £13,000 £23,000 £230 £100 Margaret
293 Nov 2 Karen 12 £5,000 £9,500 £7,000 £12,000 £3,000 £4,000 £5,000 Ian
294 Nov 3 Howard 12 £18,000 £1,800 £4,018 £3,000 £1,500 75p £1 Lynne
295 Nov 5 Kelly 11 £1,605 £7,000 £9,000 £12,500 £12,500 £45,000 £100,000[26] Anna-Marie
296 Nov 6 Gaz 16 £8,000 £18,000 £1,800 £12,500 £10,000 £15,000 1p Lucy
297 Nov 7 Katy 21 £3,000 £8,000 £13,000 £666 £130 £99.99 £500 David
298 Nov 8 Alan 6 £5,000 £9,200 £9,200 £7,500 £5,000 £14,500 £20,000 Shahid ("Shed")
299 Nov 9 Nalini 9 £6,040 £6,040 £7,040 £10,000 £7,500 £5,000 £10,000 Mike
300 Nov 10 Helen 11 £10,000 £15,000 £17,500 £21,000 £1,000 21p 50p Maggie
301 Nov 12 Mary 7 £7,500 £7,500 £2,900 £9,100
£10,000[27]
£28,000 £18,000 £50,000 Jaye
302[28] Nov 13 Paul D 5 £10,000 £250 £25,000 £2,500 £1,000 £5,250 £1 Brian
303 Nov 14 Peter 15 £62.50 £4,062.50 £5,000 £1,000 £1,300 £162.50 £500 Jim
304 Nov 15 Rachael 20 £13,062.50 £18,800 £18,800 £20,000 £30,000 £17,500 £20,000 Adie
305 Nov 16 Alasdair 6 £750 £2,750 £6,750 £10,750 £20,000[29] £23,500 £5,000 Lynsey
306 Nov 17 Madeleine 11 £4,545 £6,045 £4,545 £6,600 £4,000 £1.45 £1 Simon
307 Nov 19 Tony 10 £5,454.45 £10,000 £20,000 £20,000 £40,000 £80,000 £3,000 Ingerlise
308 Nov 20 Lynne[1] 8 £111 £4,111 £11,111 £21,111 £19,111 £22,076 £75,000 Donna
309 Nov 21 Steve 3 SWAP £16,100 £18,009.99 £12,000 £1,200 £12 £10 Sarah
310 Nov 22 Dawn 17 SWAP £3,013 £7,777 £6,123 £12,300 £25,000 £10,000 Danny
311 Nov 23 Neil 20 £8,000[30] £8,000 £10,000 £7,500 £9,500 £27,000 £5,000 Joey
312 Nov 24 Amanda Episode Not Shown[31] Wrighty
313 Nov 26 Anna-Marie 14 £11,000 £11,000 £9,500 £95 £1,100 £99.99 £250 Karen
314 Nov 27 David 15 £14.71 £999 £3,113 £4,500 £130 £613 £500 Gary
315 Nov 28 Lucy[1] 10 £7,500 £9,999 £14,000 £27,500 £35,000 £105,000 £100 Claudine
316 Nov 29 Shahid ("Shed") 15 £7,800 £2,000 £5,200 £7,500 £10,000 £1,000 £3,000 Rachel
317 Nov 30 Margaret 5 £15,000 £20,000 £9,000 £9,000 £5,500 £6,700 £20,000 John
318 Dec 1 Ian 14 £2,500 £8,400 £12,500 £9,600 £5,733 £10,500 £20,000 Lucy
319 Dec 3 Ingerlise 9 £8,100 £8,100 £14,400 £15,000 £30,000 £65,000 £250,000[32] Alfie
320 Dec 4 Ned 9 £12,000[33] £6,000
£12,000
£8,200 £7,500
SWAP[34]
£15,000[35] £19,000
£25,000
£37,000
£75,000 Jenny
321 Dec 5 Maggie 9 £12,500 £15,000 £13,500 £12,500 £1,999 £100 £500 G.K.
322 Dec 6 Jaye 7 £500 £4,100 £9,100 £6,100 £9,500 £1,001 £3,000 Sue
323 Dec 7 Mike 2 SWAP[36] £22,000 £26,500 £21,000 £11,000 £6,500 £20,000 Wendy
324 Dec 8 Lynsey[37] 14 £15,000 £11,500 £17,500 £22,000 £11,751 £5,000 £20,000 Neil
325 Dec 10 Adie 5 £7,100 £16,100 £23,100 £15,000 £1,500 £10,000 £20,000 Frank
326 Dec 11 Jim 19 £2,000 £9,900 £14,500 £8,500 £1,500 £6,000 £250 [38] Mariette
327 Dec 12 Donna 1 £10,000 £10,000 £7,500 £21,000 £59,000 £170,000[39] £250,000 Paul
328 Dec 13 Simon 18 £2,002 £5,000 £9,900 £1,004 £4,004 £5,990 10p Conor
329 Dec 14 Sarah 20 £9,000 £11,000 £13,000 £5,000 £7,000 £2,000 £10 Craig
330 Dec 15 Brian 13 £10,012.50 £15,000 £25,000 £12,500 £20,000 £125 10p Laura
331 Dec 17 Claudine 22 SWAP £14,000 £19,000 £22,777 £44,031 £107,031 £250,000 Nicola
332 Dec 18 John 9 £6,321 £16,321 £16,321 £12,000 £21,000 £21,000 £750 Brian
333 Dec 19 Gary 6 £55 £5,500.55 £12,000 £15,000 £25,000 £24,999 £15,000 Thanh
334 Dec 20 Sue 15 SWAP £3,000 £4,999 £499 £1,499 £1.49 £5[40] Don
335 Dec 21 G.K. 2 £6,000 £6,000 £4,500
£7,500[41]
£4,500 £10,000 £1 £5 Jennifer
336 Dec 22 Karen 9 £7,000 £9,500 £14,500 £4,500 £9,000 £3,000 £10 Elton
337 Dec 24 Wendy 15 £6,000 £8,001 £3,000 £2,500 £950 £1,500 10p Gabrielle
338 Dec 25 (1) Rachel 21 £12 12p £120 £2,400[42] £7,200 £19,000 £50,000 Jasmine
339 Dec 25 (2) Wrighty[43] 12 £24,000 £14,000 £24,000 £32,000 £18,000 £24,000
£28,000
£8,000
[44]
£3,000 Catherine
340 Dec 26 (1)[45] Jenny 17 £7,000 £4,000 £4,000 £8,000 £26,000 £3,000 £100 Stuart
341 Dec 26 (2) Danny[43] 4 £21,500 £19,000 £7,000 £14,000 £20,000[46] £6,500
£9,000
£27,000
£35,000 Ryan
342 Dec 27 Joey 13 £4,250 £5,250 £7,250 £1,250 £9,000 £39.99 [47] £1 George
343 Dec 28 Neil 16 £7,500 £12,500 £4,500 £8,500 £14,500 £44 50p Sarah
344 Dec 29 Lucy 10 £14,400 £9,400 £9,400 £8,000 £9,100 £4,550 £10,000 Daniel
345 Dec 31 Alfie 18 £900 £9,000 £500 £13,013 £20,000 £99,000 £250,000 Julie
346 Jan 1 Frank 2 £2,007 £4,014 £8,028 £18,063 £36,126 £2,007 £750 Bunney
347 Jan 2 Mariette 9 SWAP £7,500 £10,000 £12,500 £15,000 £15,000 £50,000 Ray
348 Jan 3 Paul 1 £8,800 £10,800 £11,800 £10,000 £20,000 £25,000 £100,000 Dennis
349 Jan 4 Thanh 6 £950 £6,123 £12,100 £12,300 £5,000 £20,000 £750 Phil
350 Jan 5 Conor 12 £10,000 £17,500 £10,000 £5,000 £10,000 £10 £100 Stella
351 Jan 7 Laura 6 £6,000 £11,000 £8,500 £14,999 £19,999 £45,000 £250,000 Andrew
352 Jan 8 Craig 8 SWAP SWAP SWAP[48] £15,000 £5,000 £7,500 £10 Peg
353 Jan 9 Nicola 4 £1,965 £20,000 £35,000 £35,000 £10,000 £17,500 £50,000 Leanne
354 Jan 10 Don 14 £8,050 £8,050 £8,050 £10,050 £3,050 £50 £100 Pamela
355 Jan 11 Jasmine 1 £12,300 £24,600 £20,000 £10,000 £14,600 £9,000 £20,000 Richard
356 Jan 12 Brian 11 £9,000 £18,000 £19,000 £15,000
£20,000[49]
£9,000 72p 50p Jane
357 Jan 14 Jennifer 15 £2,900 £10,900 £20,000 £16,000 £32,000 £3.20 £10 Paul S
358 Jan 15 George 20 £9,900 £22,000 £22,000 £22,000 £35,000 £21,900 £100,000 Georgina
359 Jan 16 Gabrielle 16 SWAP[50] £6,500 £6,500 £7,900 £2,000 £5,500 £15,000 Simon
360 Jan 17 Catherine 6 £10,040 £5,020 £12,500.10 £21,000 £55,000 £40,000 £1 Millie
361 Jan 18 Stuart 14 £7,400 £7,400 £400 £5,000 SWAP £299 £1,000 Rachel
362 Jan 19 Sarah 3 SWAP[51] £3,333 £8,888 £14,999 £36,400 £50,000 £250,000 Alex
363 Jan 21 Ryan 7 £8,500 £10,000 £7,500 £9,000 £12,000 £120 £50 Gloria
364 Jan 22 Pamela 6 £999.99 £7,300 £8,400 £13,100 £9,999.99 £1,300 £750 Tim
365 Jan 23 Elton 8 £11,111 £6,666 £4,000 £5,000 £2,500 £4,400 £1,000 Kay
366 Jan 24 Julie 22 £12,500 £17,500 £23,500 £13,500 £27,000 £36,000 £75,000 Tony
367 Jan 25 Ray 12 £6,006 £11,500 £20,000 £20,000 £15,000 £31,100 £5 Mary
368 Jan 26 Stella 18 £13,500 £25,000 £32,123 £50,000 £50,000 £15,050 £35,000 Bob
369 Jan 28 Daniel 20 £10,000 £12,000 £22,500 £14,500 £24,500 £75,000 £250,000 Amy-Lee
370 Jan 29 Phil 19 £13,000 £21,000 £21,000 £26,000 £19,000 £55,000 £35,000 Bindya
371 Jan 30 Leanne 20 £10,000 £15,705.50 £22,500 £26,000 £52,000 £172,000 £100,000 Paul H
372 Jan 31 Bunney[1] 5 £16,000 £20,000 £26,000 £42,000 £31,000 £110,000 £20,000[52] Jack
373 Feb 1 Peg 18 £999 £4,500 £5,400 £7,000 £12,600 £2,800 £100 Lee
374 Feb 2 Dennis 22 £10,001 £15,001 £15,001 £8,001 £4,001 £5.25 50p Rose
375 Feb 4 Jane 19 £5,000 £10,000 £15,000 £20,000 £50,000 £16,000 £3,000 Darren
376 Feb 5 Simon 2 £11,000 £11,000 £5,000 £1,000 £2,300 £230 £750 Susan
377 Feb 6 Millie 3 £13,000 £14,100 £10,500 £10,500 £7,100 £28,000 £75,000 Julian
378 Feb 7 Paul S 9 £7,500 £10,000 £18,000 £26,000 £28,000 £14,000 £35,000 Debbie
379 Feb 8 Alex 14 £6,000 £9,000 £13,000 £18,000 £7,000 £21,000 £50,000 Adrian
380 Feb 9 Gloria 14 £9,013 £8,800 £2,222 £1,000 £4,000 £40 £5 Brian
381 Feb 11 Andrew 19 £12,500 £6,250 £13,500 £5,000 £1,500 £3.50 £10 Chantelle
382 Feb 12 Richard 5 £9,900 £14,500 £20,000 £30,000 £35,000[53] £10,000 £3,000 David
383 Feb 13 Tony 14 £800 £13,000 £10,000 £5,000 £2,016.01 £4.99 1p Betty
384 Feb 14 Georgina 13 £13,000 £17,500 £30,000 £45,000 £56,000 £85,000 £50 Jayne
385 Feb 15 Tim 5 £4,999 £7,999 £9,000 £10,500 £7,500 £2,000 £5,000 Sarah M
386 Feb 16 Mary 3 £6,008 £9,008 £11,008 £8,008 £18,008 £4,008 1p Gus
387 Feb 18 Rachel 13 £750 £7,500 £10,006 £15,000 £8,500 £750 £1 Lisa
388 Feb 19 Bob 4 £12,750 £7,500 £14,000 £5,000 £12,000 £21,000 £5 Jean
389 Feb 20 Paul H 21 £17,500 £28,000 £40,000 £49,000 £25,000 62p £1 Patrick
390 Feb 21 Bindya 9 £9,500 £13,000 £22,000 £12,500 £26,000 £52,000 £75,000 Steven
391 Feb 22 Jack 15 SWAP [54] £8,500 £10,015 £15,000 £22,000 £1.99 1p Sheran
392 Feb 23 Amy-Lee 6 £11,000 £12,500 £9,000 £16,000 £16,000 £16,001 £35,000 Doug
393 Feb 25 Kay 12 £7,200 £7,200 £7,201 £900 £1,313 £4.99 £10 Sarah B
394 Feb 26 Darren 17 £12,000 £21,000 £32,000 £35,000 £42,000 £15,000 £500 Di
395 Feb 27 Susan 8 £9,500 £13,000 £23,000 £26,000 £30,000 £42,000 50p Nigel
396 Feb 28 Lee 9 £11,000 £9,000 £10,000 £15,000 £11,000 £500 £1,000 Rich
397 Mar 1 Jayne 22 £12,500 £12,500 £14,000 £10,000 £20,000 £2 10p Geoff
398 Mar 2 Adrian 9 £12,435 £17,500 £20,000
£22,000
£5,000 £14,000 £900 £3,000 Jay
399 Mar 4 Brian 2 £11,500 £7,564 £10,000 £14,500 £18,500 £32,000 £75,000 Ian
400 Mar 5 Rose 20 £9,400 £4,400 £17,400 £7,400 £400 £800 £750[55] Kelsie
401 Mar 6 David 21 £14,500 £22,000 £17,500 £14,999 £7,100 £5,300 £10,000 Christine
402 Mar 7 Julian 3 £15,001 £22,001 £26,001 £30,001 £13,001 £551 £1,000 Tess
403 Mar 8 Chantelle 2 £1,000 £20,000 £10,000 £20,000 £17,500 £12,000 £35,000 Philomena
404 Mar 9 Gus 17 £10,000 £20,000 £30,000 £42,000
£42,047.48[56]
£67,000 £67 £250 Nathan
405 Mar 11 Sarah M 19 £5,000 £800 £8,000 £8,800 £12,500 £6,500 £1 Joe
406 Mar 12 Patrick 19 £12,500 £15,000 £25,000 £30,001 £50,000 £150,000 £250,000 Dee
407 Mar 13 Debbie 4 £11,011 £10,000 £8,000 £12,500 £9,900 £29,900 £100,000 Tanweer
408 Mar 14 Lisa 19 £10,005 £20,004 £15,003 £24,000 £30,000 £16,000 £1,000 Charlie
409 Mar 15 Doug 18 £15,000 £20,000 £25,000 £13,000 £26,000 £75,000 £100,000 Kerry
410 Mar 16 Sheran 21 £6,900 £14,500 £30,000 £24,500 £20,000 £6,900 1p David
411 Mar 18 Betty 19 £16,500 £20,000 £24,000 £28,000 £20,000 £50,000 £35,000 Steve
412 Mar 19 Jean 17 £7,200 £2,700 £1,000[57] £5,100 £8,500 £4,000 £500 Joyce
413 Mar 20 Ian 13 £1,900 £6,500 £8,600 £9,999 £17,500 £8,400 £50 Miles
414 Mar 21 Sarah B 9 £9,000 £6,000 £8,000 £20,000 £5,900 £17,000 £35,000 Penny
415 Mar 22 Steven 8 £17,500 £23,000 £27,500 £55,000 £66,000 £17,500 £50,000 Jamie
416 Mar 23 Nigel 11 SWAP £6,500 £9,000 £10,000 £7,500 £13,000 £1[58] Theresa
417 Mar 25 Geoff 12 £7,000 £7,000 £700 £3,500 £9,500 £350 £5 Philip
418 Mar 26 Kelsie 16 £12,500 £16,500 £25,000 £20,000 £29,000 £160,000 £250,000 Vikki [59]
419 Mar 27 Rich 15 £3,500 £11,000 £17,000
£20,000
[60]
£25,000 £19,500 £14,000 £10[61] Jackie
420 Mar 28 Di 11 £15,000 £1,000 £16,500 £30,000 £44,000 £8,000 £20,000 Barry
421 Mar 29 Jay 19 £8,000 £14,000 £6,000 £15,000 £20,000 £10,000 £35,000 Rita
422 Mar 30 Christine 11 £14,000 £10,000 £13,999 £16,000 £6,000 £36,000 £100,000 Alain
423 Apr 1 Joe 22 £10,000 £10,000 £10,000 £17,500 £17,500 £1,750.10 £10,000 John
424 Apr 2 Tess 19 £15,000 £10,000 £10,000 £7,500 £6,000 £15,000 £10,000 Anne-Marie
425 Apr 3 Nathan 18 £16,600 £20,000 £5,000 £15,000 £7,500 £500[62] £1,000 Gaz
426 Apr 4 Philomena 14 £900 £4,000 £1,000 £450 £750 £150 £250 Kath
427 Apr 5 Tanweer 5 £11,011 £11,000 £6,000 £7,500 £4,500 £800 £3,000 Roy
428 Apr 6 Charlie 6 £12,000.01 £12,500 £15,000 £22,500
£25,000
£17,500 £32,000 £100 Jeannie
429 Apr 8 David 9 £7,500 £12,500 £15,000 £15,000 £20,000 £40,000 £100,000 Leila
430 Apr 9 Dee 12 £18,000 £9,000 £12,000 £10,000 £5,000 £99 £5 Kev
431 Apr 10 Kerry 16 SWAP £20,000 £25,000
£27,500
£35,000 £9,000 £235 £500 Shahid
432 Apr 11 Miles 9 £1,760 £17,600 £12,320 £15,840 £26,400 £5,280 £20,000 Pauline
433 Apr 12 Steve 22 £11,000 £17,500 £15,000 £7,500 £10,000 £17,000 £50 James
434 Apr 13 Vikki 3 £9,000 £11,000 £3,013 £6,500 £16,500 £4,013 £10,000 Alison
435 Apr 15 Penny 19 £3,689 £5,000 £3,000 £4,000 £11,000 £28,000 £5,000 Graeme
436 Apr 16 Jamie 21 £13,500 £15,000 £10,000 £17,500 £28,000 £9,000 £20,000 Kirsty
437 Apr 17 Joyce 6 £8,911 £12,500 £24,500 £20,000
£30,000
£55,000 £130 £250 Den
438 Apr 18 Barry 8 £9,993 £18,500 £15,000 £26,000 £6,500 £22,500 £50,000 Paul M
439 Apr 19 Jeannie 17 £7,500 £7,500 £7,500 £9,000 £90 £190 £500 Peter
440 Apr 20 John 21 £10,002 £2,500 £5,000 £6,500 £10,000 £15,500 £10 Jenine
441 Apr 22 Theresa 17 £8,888 £15,000 £21,000 £21,000 £1,021 £121 £250 PJ
442 Apr 23 Philip 15 £9,000 £19,000 £26,000 £35,000 £10,000 26p £1 Lynn
443 Apr 24 Jackie 9 £8,500 £18,000 £15,000 £10,000 £16,500 £30,000 10p Derek
444 Apr 25 Rita 14 £12,444 £16,444 £18,444 £29,444 £35,444 £44,444 £100,000 Jo
445 Apr 26 Gaz 20 £13,000 £19,500 £22,000 £28,000 £70,000.01 £170,000.01 £100,000 Belinda
446 Apr 27 Anne-Marie 6 £7,000 £10,000 £12,000 [63] £15,000 £24,000 £7,000 £15,000 Savvas
447 Apr 29 Kath 21 £2,222 £4,444 £8,888 £4,444 £10,000 £2,500 £1,000 Kascey
448 Apr 30 Roy 4 £10,000 £10,000 £14,999 £4,999 £499 £49 £100 Craig
449 May 1 Alain 9 £9,000 £17,500 £22,000 £30,000 £66,000 £3,000 £750 Stephen
450 May 2 Leila 4 £14,000 £19,500 £7,002 £11,000 £18,000 £18,000 £50,000 Jeff
451 May 3 Kev 12 £8,000 £20,123 £30,000 £12,300 £19,000 £26,000 £75,000[64] Sarah
452 May 4 Graeme 22 £6,000 £8,000 £14,000 £21,000 £41,000 £101,000 £5,000 Colin
453 May 6 Pauline 2 £5,000 £2,500 £7,000 £3,000 £6,000 £199.99 £500 Juliah
454 May 7 James 7 £10,000 £20,000 £24,000 £24,000 £900 £4,444 £5 Renee
455 May 8 Alison 10 £4,444 £6,666 £6,666 £3,333 £6,000 £150 £500 Jamie
456 May 9 Shahid 5 £7,000 £100 £20,000 £32,000 £44,000 £14,000 £35,000 Rita
457 May 10 Paul M 16 £999 £3,500 £7,500 £10,000 £20,000 £33,000 £100,000 Paul B
458 May 11 Den 5 £8,008 £8,008 £10,000 £10,000 £12,500 £5,000 50p Karen
459 May 13 PJ 19 SWAP[65] £15,000 £20,000 £6,000 £12,444 SWAP 1p[66]. Joe
460 May 14 Belinda 17 £5,000 £13,500 £20,000 £12,500 £21,000 £61,000 £50,000 Lionel
461 May 15 Kirsty 16 £11,011 £15,051 £15,051 £26,062 £1,500 £19..99 £100 Penny
462 May 16 Derek 2 £7,500 £12,500 £19,500 £26,062 £30,000 £12,000 £50 Pauline
463 May 17 Jenine 9 £7,500 £5,500 £5,500 £8,000 £8,000 £2,000 1p Rodney
464 May 18 Savvas 9 £10,000 £15,000 £17,500 £22,500 £9,000 £90 £250[67] Sam
465 May 20 Lynn 14 £10,000 £8,500 £15,000 £15,000 £1,000 £70 50p Dave
466 May 21 Peter 17 £6,021 £15,085 £20,104
£24,120
£12,070 £8,060 £8,060 £20,000 Pippa
467 May 22 Jo 11 £15 £3,000 £5,000 £8,000 £8,000 £4,000 £5 Adam
468 May 23 Jeff 4 £11,000 £21,000 £30,000 £41,000 £52,000 £4,000 £1,000 Jackee
469 May 24 Kascey 6 £7,391 £11,131 £9,999 £25,000 £41,000 £1.99 1p Eric[68]
470 May 25 Stephen 22 £15.50 £4,000 £8,000 £10,000 £20,000 £400 £1,000 Michelle
471 May 27 Sarah 6 £6,699 £10,000 £7,500 £4,000 £7,501 £17,500 £100,000 Jon
472 May 28 Craig 16 £7,470 £7,570 £15,000 £24,500 £22,000 £4,500 £15,000 Violet
473 May 29 Lionel 20 £8,100 £12,500 £17,500 £750 £2,500 £7,500 £1,000 Frazer
474 May 30 Juliah 17 £4,044 £8,088 £5,000 £3,500 £950 £72.50 £250 Steve
475 May 31 Colin 7 £5,000 £3,500 £7,500 £10,000 £3,000 £99.99 £5 Mac
476 Jun 1 Karen 21 £9,000 £13,000 £7,500 £7,500 £5,000 £4,500 £1,000 Manuel
477 Jun 3 Renee 1 £8,000 £4,000 £6,500 £10,000 £3,000 £2,000 £1,000 Annie
478 Jun 4 Jamie 11 £3,333 £6,666 £9,999 £9,999 £10,000 £333 £1,000 Joanne
479 Jun 5 Rita 9 £7,000 £13,000 £16,000 £7,500 £15,000 £45,000 £1,000 Kathleen
480 Jun 6 Joe 4 £2,500 £9,000 £16,500 £16,500 £26,500 £6,000 £10,000 Kay
481 Jun 7 Penny 11 £6,842.33 £10,000 £15,000 £22,500 £5,000 71p £1 Dan
482 Jun 8 Paul B 17 £9,090 £12,500 £7,500 £3,000 £990 £450 £1,000 Sophie
483 Jun 10 Pauline 19 £500 £8,500 £5,000 £2,500 £1,600 £5,500 £3,000 Mark
484 Jun 11 Rodney 17 £15,000 £25,000 £30,000 £35,000 £35,000 £85,000 £750 Usha
485 Jun 12 Sam 6 £850 £5,000 £2,500 £3,000 £3,000 £8,000 £750 Mike
486 Jun 13 Dave 5 £8,008 £15,000 £20,000 £12,500 £18,500
£20,001
£33,333 £100,000 Jenny
487 Jun 14 Pippa 4 £7,000 £9,200 £10,000 £16,500 £4,500 £450 50p Igor
488 Jun 15 Adam 7 £1,000 £10,000 £20,000 £500 £1,500 £2,000 1p Maria
489 Jun 17 Eric 1 £9,000 £12,500 £20,000 £27,500 £4,500 £6,000 £3,000 Brian
490 Jun 18 Jackee 6 £8,500 £10,000 £2,500 £950 £120 £423 £1,000 Gavin
491 Jun 19 Michelle 4 £4,800 £7,500 £2,000 £6,800 £15,000 £8,500 £20,000 Enid
492 Jun 20 Manuel 14 £3,029 £5,000 £800 £1,600 £1,000 £80 £5 Lynn
493 Jun 21 Mac 5 £7,500 £5,000 £5,000 £2,500 £4,800 £50 £100 Asim
494 Jun 22 Violet 5 £10,000 £13,500 £8,500 £18,500 £28,500 £22,500 £100,000 Alan
495 Jun 24 Steve 6 £6,500 £10,000 £6,500 £7,500 £3,750 £3.75 10p Carol
496 Jun 25 Kathleen 12 £11,000 £15,000 £21,000
£21,000.10
£32,000 £45,000 £145,000 £100,000 Rossano
497 Jun 26 Kay 1 £7,100 £4,000 £10,000 £12,946.20 £18,000 £26,000 £35,000 Vicky
498 Jun 27 Mark 1 £2,000 £9,000 £12,500 £21,000 £12,500 £12.50 £50 Debbie
499 Jun 28 Joanne 22 £499 £7,499 £12,500 £2,500 £1,999 £3,750 £3,000 Alex
500[69] Jun 29 Annie 1 £4,500 £4,500 £4,500 £1,500 £7,000 £10,000
£10,000
£500
[70]
£50 Joan
501 Jul 1 Frazer 20 £900 £10,900 £12,500 £13,700
£15,700
£1,700 £17 £1 Karen
502 Jul 2 Jon 5 £8,630.52 £10,000 £20,000 £20,000 £25,500 £75,500 £250,000 Norman
503 Jul 3 Sophie 5 £10,000 £15,000 £20,000 £13,500 £10,000 £250 £5 Robert
504 Jul 4 Dan 11 £5,000 £2,500 £7,500 £3,500 £10,000 £8,500 £5,000 Annie
505 Jul 5 Usha 9 £6,100 £7,500 £7,500 £7,500 £7,500 £750 £10 Jon G
506 Jul 6 Mike 9 £6,667 £10,000 £11,000 £26,000 £46,000 £2,600 £250 Stevie
507 Jul 8 Maria 7 £8,100 £15,000 £15 £22,015 £30,000
£35,000
£75,000 £3,000 Daniel
508 Jul 9 Igor 6 £6,001 £4,500 £3,000 £5,750 £575 2p[71] 10p Siobhan
509 Jul 10 Lynn 9 £5,750 £12,500 £17,500 £7,500 £17,499 £62,000 £50,000 Robin,
Theresa
and Brenda[72]
510 Jul 11 Gavin 19 £8,500 £12,500 £7,100 £4,400 £5,999 £150 £250 Kulwant
511 Jul 12 Carol 5 £6,000 £11,200 £12,000 £3,700 £2,700 £3,800 £15,000 Claire
512 Jul 13 Asim 4 £9,000 £12,500 £10,000 £13,000 £31,000 £18,000 1p Irene
Summer Break[73]

Footnotes

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 This game has been repeated in the classic series
  2. This is the fourth highest offer in active play, behind £125,000, £120,000, and £101,000. It also makes Lance the seventh-highest winner so far, behind £250,000 (Laura), £120,000 (Jennifer), £110,000 (Bunney), £107,031 (Claudine), £101,000 (Graeme) and £100,000 (Gaz).
  3. This is the lowest peak offer in a game where the contestant went on to win a penny.
  4. 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.
  5. Before this offer was made, Ottis had knocked out the entire Power Five in 5 consecutive boxes (the last two boxes in Round 1 and all three boxes in Round 2). This is the first time that the Power Five has been removed its entirety in 5 consecutive boxes.
  6. When Michaela revealed her box to contain the £250,000 to complete the game, this was the fourth show in a row that she had the £250,000. The odds of this happening to any one particular player is 234,255 to 1.
  7. Bill became known as 'Cocky' Bill after calling the banker cocky for making a joke offer of £2 to fellow contestant Sandra.
  8. 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.
  9. 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.
  10. Nev's original box, #15, contained only £20,000, but he would have swapped for box #5 which contained £250,000.
  11. This is the first game to have a 5-figure offer at every stage.
  12. Before Noel finished asking the question, The Banker increased the offer from £42,000 to £48,000. In the next offer, he changed the offers again.
  13. 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.
  14. 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.
  15. This is currently the highest second offer ever, after Matt took out a record 8 blues in a row.
  16. Ashley returned to the show after his court case ended. He was placed back in his original position, moving Harry.
  17. Ashley said his police number was 6,379. That is why every offer up to the fifth had 6379 on the end.
  18. The banker had fallen out with Steve so the offer was displayed as £6,000 + the book 'How to make friends and influence people'.
  19. 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.
  20. The Banker offered Sarah-Jane a set of steak knives along with her offer as a late wedding present.
  21. 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.
  22. 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.
  23. 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.
  24. Elizabeth told Noel that she and her friend Mandy were inseparable as they had known each other since they were 13 years old. Noel told Mandy she should come down from the audience and play the game with her best friend as a duo, and so the game was played by Mandy and Elizabeth together throughout the entire show. They intended to split the money between them, and so ended up with £20,000 each.
  25. The first birthday episode of Deal or No Deal. The boxes were coloured gold and had a 'I am 1' badge on them. There was a special opening sketch with guest Jon Culshaw impersonating Noel Edmonds.
  26. Kelly said that she would have swapped Box #11 for Box #12. Her original box, Box #11, contained £100,000 and Box #12 would have contained £10,000.
  27. The Banker's original offer stood at £9,100. Mary said something along the lines of "Well he couldn't even make it £10,000!" This lead to the banker ringing back and increasing the offer to £10,000. Mary dealt at this.
  28. This marks 100 shows since the £250,000 has been "on the table".
  29. The original offer was £17,750. However, The Banker later called and gave Alasdair two other offers to consider: £20,000 and £23,500. He later changed the actual offer to £20,000.
  30. The Banker gave Neil a gift of a bottle of bubble bath, and the offer included a loofah to go with it.
  31. Contestant Amanda's stepson, Gareth Edwards, died about a week prior to her show, and his funeral was held on the day her show was to be aired. Therefore, a repeat of Kirsty's game, show 132, April 4, was shown instead of Amanda's.
  32. This is the first time in 117 shows that the £250,000 has been carried to the table by the contestant. Both contestants at either side of this gap, Debbie and Ingerlise, dealt at £15,000.
  33. The Banker offered contestant Ned a challenge. Should he guess the offer correctly within a margain of £1,000 and later £500, the offer would be doubled. The original offers are shown with a line through them, and any doubled offers are shown underneath.
  34. Ned guessed £5,200, meaning that (according to the rules for this challenge) a swap was offered as punishment. Ned swapped Box #9 (later revealed to contain £250) for Box #22.
  35. The Banker said he would make offers after the 18th, 19th and 20th box openings during the next round instead of just after the the 20th, whether or not Ned dealt, providing he guessed within £500. Ned guessed £15,500 - just satisfying the criteria. These are shown in descending order in the Offer 6 column, to maintain table integrity.
  36. Mike swapped Box #2 for Box #11. In the next round, Box #2 was revealed to contain 1p.
  37. Before the game started, Lynsey's partner came down from the audience and proposed to her. She said yes to his proposal, and Noel brought him a chair to sit with Lynsey.
  38. Had Jim not swapped, this would've been the 4th time on the run that the £20,000 was on the pound table at the end of the game and was the 3rd time in a row that it had been carried to the table by the player (Mike swapped at the first offer to get £20,000) No other box has ever come to the table more that twice on the run.
  39. This is the third highest offer in the history of the game. The highest ever was £175,000 in the same situation and the second highest was later revealed to be £172,000 in the same situation.
  40. The Banker phoned up not to offer a swap, as Sue said she wouldn't swap, but to give Sue his gift of a Deal Or No Deal mug.
  41. The Banker asked G.K. to negotiate an offer, and he gave an offer of £4,500 originally, until he phoned to increase it to £7,500.
  42. Rachel also won two gifts from the Banker that were included in the offer - these turned out to be £1,000 and a week in Paris.
  43. 43.0 43.1 This was a special show, with a top prize of £500,000 replacing the £15,000.
  44. Wrighty was told by the banker that in the last round he would give a offer after every box he opened. This was done again on the next day with Danny's game.
  45. At the beginning of the show, the banker phoned up saying that the 1p box would be replaced with a "PEANUTS" box. Indeed, the 1p was replaced with 'PEANUTS' on the gameboard and Box #22 contained the word 'PEANUTS' over a blue background.
  46. The Banker's offer was £20,000 along with 3 gifts from under the Christmas tree. Danny dealt at £20,000 , and the three gifts turned out to be 2 pairs of The Banker's underpants and an extra £10,000.
  47. Joey was given a bunch of flowers from the Banker in recognition of destroying many games. Her final offer apparently was the price of the flowers.
  48. The Banker offered Craig three swaps in a row because Craig had previously said that he would never deal with the £250,000 in play.
  49. The Banker's original offer was £15,000, but offered an extra £5,000 if Brian revealed his wife's nickname for him - "Flash".
  50. Gabrielle swapped Box #16 for Box #13. Later, Box #16 was revealed to contain £3,000.
  51. Sarah swapped her original Box #3 for Box #21. Later, Box #3 was revealed to contain only 10p and her new box #21 contained the £250,000. This makes this the most successful swap ever gaining Sarah £249,999.90 - 2 and a half million times her original value.
  52. Bunney said that he would have swapped his box #5 for box #12 which contained the £250,000.
  53. The banker offered Richard £30,000 and later phoned up to offer another cheque for £5,000. Richard was allowed to do what he wanted with this cheque. It is unknown whether he gave this to fellow contestant Andrew, but it is rumoured that he kept it.
  54. Jack swapped box 15 for box 22. Box 15 was later revealed to contain £50
  55. The banker phoned up at the end of the show telling Rose that, because it was the 400th show, he would give her an extra £400 of his own money to buy drinks and have a party in the bar at the hotel.
  56. Gus said that if the banker increased the offer to £47,000 or £48,000 he would consider dealing. The banker called back and increased it by £47.48.
  57. Jean said that her ambition was to go to Rome with her husband and drop coins in the fountains. The Banker offered an all-expenses-paid trip to Rome for Jean and her husband Derek, plus £1,000 spending money and a few coins for the fountain.
  58. Nigel would have swapped Box 11 for Box 17. Box 17 was carried to the table and opened to reveal £35,000.
  59. Vikki is the second Deal or No Deal contestant to be confined to a wheelchair. The first being Peter who played on June 9 2006.
  60. Following his poor box amount predictions whilst on the wings, Rich was given a chance to be given extra offers if he correctly predicted the contents of a box. He was offered £20,000 after he predicted Dee's box contained £100.
  61. Rich would have swapped Box 15 for Box 19. Box 19 was carried to the table and opened to reveal £35,000.
  62. The Banker offered Nathan dinner for two for Nathan and his girlfriend Vicky at a restaurant of the Banker's choice. This was accepted along with £500.
  63. After a long run of contestants who dealt too early at the third offer and getting a low amount of money in the long-run, the Banker told Noel that he believed the contestants were all "a bunch of Spineless Cowards", he also predicted he could get someone to Deal at the second offer in the next game (However this did not happen).
  64. Kev confirmed he would have swapped Box #12 for Box #19. Had this swap been in play, Kev would have swapped away £75,000 for 1p.
  65. PJ swapped away Box #19 for Box #4. His original box contained £75,000, and his new box containing 1p.
  66. PJ was only offered a SWAP as a final offer, which he declined. After revealing his box contents of 1p, the Banker called back to give PJ a consolation prize of winning whatever the viewer at home won. Box #3 for the viewers' competition was opened to reveal £15,000, making PJ's winnings increase to £15,000.01
  67. Savvas said that he would be giving his £250 to charity, so The Banker called back and told Savvas that he would double his winnings, giving the charity of Savvas' choice £500.
  68. Eric is the third blind contestant on the show. He is however the first contestant to bring a guide-dog on the show. Eric's dog is a golden labrador called Finn.
  69. As it was the five hundredth show, the banker phoned up to say that if the 1pwas found in the first round, he would give all contestants £500. This was accomplished. This show also had a jackpot of £500,000, but, unfortunately, £500,000 was revealed in Box 3, the very first box opened.
  70. The banker gave an offer after every box in the final round. Annie dealt at the first £10,000 offer.
  71. This is the lowest deal ever accepted (and effectively the lowest possible), beating Geordie's £20 deal which was the previous record. It was also the first time the worst possible final pair of 1p and 10p had occurred.
  72. Theresa took the place of the absent Jenny and Brenda took the place of the absent Enid. Enid later returned on 14th August. However, she did not return in her orignal position - she took Rossano's position after he played his game on 13th August. Jenny returned a show later on 15th August and also did not return in her original position - she took Debbie's position after she played her game on 14th August.
  73. Asim's show was the last one before a four-week summer break. The show returned on Monday 13th August for a Third season Coincidentally, the last player before the summer break in 2006 also had the 1p box. However, this player, Giorgio, won the 1p.

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