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This is a summary of episodes from the third series of the UK version of the game show Deal or No Deal.
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.
WARNING: Spoiler warning!
This article contains plot, storyline, character, etc., details.
|Ep||Date||Player||Box №||Offer 1||Offer 2||Offer 3||Offer 4||Offer 5||Offer 6||Box||New Contestant|
|520||Aug 21||Alan||16||£1,110||£11,010||£8,500||£4,250||£2,500||£9,250||£35,000||John M|
|525||Aug 27||Jon G||18||£8,800||£10,000||£1,300||£17,500||£10,000.01||£9,500||£50,000||Kathy|
|532||Sep 4||John M||10||£9,500||£17,500||£17,500||£7,500|| |
|547||Sep 21||Kathy||5||£10,428||£12,500||£10,000|| |
|554||Sep 29||Stuart||2||£11,000||£21,000||£31,000||£10,000||£20,000||£6,000||£20,000||Little Rich|
|556||Oct 2||Stan||8||£6,644||£3,000||£10,000||£10,000||£11,500||£1,500||1p||Helen W|
|558||Oct 4||Bernie||4||£8,262||£2,262||£7,262||£6,262||£3,262||£26.20||£50||Chris S and Maria|
|561||Oct 8||Lee||16||£2,012||£10,000||£1,000||£3,000||£1,616||£507||10p||Helen B|
|564||Oct 11||Steve||12||£8,000||£12,000||£17,500||£26,000||£22,500||£13,000||£50,000||Michael and Chris B|
|569||Oct 17||Janet||20||£10,600||£14,500||£15,000||£10,000||£20,000||£5,000||£100||Helen B|
|570||Oct 18||Mikey||12||£5,000||£10,000||£15,000|| |
|574||Oct 23||Chris S||11||£7,500||£10,000||£18,888||£22,000||£15,000||£75,000||£250,000||Tink|
|575||Oct 24||Helen W||15||£4,100||£7,777||£9,000||£16,500||£30,000||£70,000||£100,000||Anne|
|579||Oct 29||Ben||18||£9,666||£6,666||£666||£3,666||£11,666|| £15,666|
|580||Oct 30||Tina||14||£6,000||£10,000||£10,000||£10,000||£15,000|| £21,000|
|581||Oct 31||Chris B||20||£100||£4,000||£7,500||£5,000||£10,000||  £15,000|
|582||Nov 1||Little Rich||10||£7,500||£7,500||£2,000||£5,000||£7,500||  £12,500|
|583||Nov 2||Maria||15||£4,400||£6,000||£3,000||£6,000||£2,000||  £7,000|
|584||Nov 3||Helen B||19||£15,000||£7,500||£10,000||£20,000|| |
|592||Nov 13||Simon||16||£15,000||£15,000||£15,000|| |
|594||Nov 15||Shaz||19||£5,000||£7,500|| |
|621||Dec 17||Louise||12||£2,500||£800||£2,600||£4,200||£350||11p||£5,000||Mark E|
|624||Dec 20||Patricia||1||£8,500||£13,000||£21,000||£26,000||£41,000|| |
|625||Dec 21||Orry||18||£14,000||£7,000||£17,500||£20,000||£35,000|| £28,000|
|626||Dec 22||Stephen||16||£900||£6,900||£3,450||£5,000||£6,000|| £8,800|
|633||Dec 31||Hayley||20||£15,000||£5,000||£10,000||£3,000||£12,000|| £3,500|
|638||Jan 5||Katie||8||£12,000||£15,000||£22,000||£23,500||£4,000||£1.99||1p||Mark S|
|648||Jan 17||Mark E||7||£10,000||£13,500||£23,000||£20,000||£950||£77.77||£500||Dot|
|651||Jan 21||Mark S||4||£11,000||£18,000||£20,000||£4,000||£6,500||£30,000||£500||Reg|
|665||Feb 6||Audrey||1||£10,000|| |
|668||Feb 9||Ferno||19||£4,999||£11,999||£14,999||£19,999||£42,999||£119.99||£1,000||Sarah and Ruth|
|669||Feb 11||Viv||3||£1,000||£10,000||£17,000||£19,000||£26,000|| £8,000|
|670||Feb 12||Richie||17||£800||£4.50||£3,000||£8,000|| £16,000|
|671||Feb 13||Rachel||1||£7,500||£15,000||£10,000||£12,500||£2,500|| £2,000|
|672||Feb 14||Bing||17||£10,000||£2,500||£8,500||£1,500||£8,000|| £5,000|
|673||Feb 15||Chris||2||£7,100||£5,000||£10,000||£199||£50|| 63p|
|685||Feb 29||Shaz||9||SWAP||£1,000|| |
|690||Mar 6||Sarah||6||£7,900||£7,900||£3,030||£7,500||£18,500||25p||£1||Big Ron|
|701||Mar 19||Alex||17||£9,500||£15,000|| |
|702||Mar 20||Jo Jo||12||£7,000||£10,000||£10,000||£5,000||£20,000||£130,000||£250,000||Bash|
|703||Mar 21||Mark||18||£700||£7,700||£9,000||£12,000||£4,000|| £7,500|
|706||Mar 25||Lexis||2||£9,900||£12,500||£13,000|| |
|715||Apr 4||Big Ron||9||£9,675||£6,675||£10,675||£14,675||£31,675||£80,675||10p||Steve|
|721||Apr 11||Ronnie||20||£11,000||£11,000|| |
|724||Apr 15||Troy||12||£9,000||£2,500||£10,500||£15,000||£28,000||£21,000||£75,000||Zoe & Zara|
|740||May 3||Allan||8||£7,200||£10,100||£11,700|| |
|747||May 12||Tom||8||£9,000||£1,000||£5,000||£7,000||£9,000|| £14,000|
|750||May 15||Mark||15||£7,500||£5,000||£2,000||£6,500||£200|| £750|
|751||May 16||Zoe & Zara||19||£6,060||£2,020||£3,030||£5,050|| |
|791||Jul 2||Jess||8||£10,500||£14,500||£17,500||£20,000|| |
|794||Jul 5||Louise||15||£8,500||£10,000||£15,000||£20,000||£40,000||£160,000||£250,000||Beryl and Dave|
|801||Jul 14||Marysia||20||£9,500||£6,000||£3,000|| |
|802||Jul 15||Chris||1||£1,000||£2,400||£2,750||£950||£800|| £1,600|
|806||Jul 19||Paul||11||£5,500||£1,000||£7,000||£10,000||£3,500|| |
|807||Jul 21||Derek||21||£500||£5,000||£2,500||£5,500||£9,000|| £4,000|
|808||Jul 22||Em||17||£10,000||£5,000||£15,000||£12,500|| |
|810||Jul 24||Helen||19||£5,000||£999||£5,000||£6,250||£12,700|| £16,200|
- ↑ Enid was absent from the show, being replaced by Brenda. Enid's last show was 8th July until she returned on 14th August.
- ↑ Jenny was absent from the show, being replaced by Theresa. Jenny's last show was 6th July until she returned on 15th August.
- ↑ The Banker said that, starting from this show, for four weeks he would do a battle of the sexes competition to see which sex was luckier. For the next two weeks, only male players played. Then only female players played for the following two weeks.
- ↑ Jon swapped away his box # 18 containing £1,000 for box # 2 containing £50,000.
- ↑ The Banker didn't offer Lee any money. Instead, he offered Lee a Fish and Chip dinner for two.
- ↑ The Banker also offered James a comb.
- ↑ James swapped away his box # 20 containing £50 for box # 13 containing £100.
- ↑ John said that he would have swapped away his box # 10 containing £10 for box # 11 containing £100,000.
- ↑ This ended the longest ever run of shows without any Deals before the fifth offer, 16 shows since Robert's.
- ↑ This was the start of the female part of the battle of sexes competition, therefore only female contestants played for two weeks.
- ↑ Siobhan swapped away her box # 22 containing £750 for box # 9 containing £5
- ↑ Brenda was offered no money, but a three-night trip for two people in New York (worth £2,000).
- ↑ Brenda was offered no money, but a three-night trip for two people in Weston-super-Mare.
- ↑ This game concluded the battle of the sexes competition.
- ↑ The banker didn't offer Tom any money. Instead, he offered Tom the chance of his New Orleans Dream. This was a trip in late October to see two games of New Orleans Hornets with private limo, VIP seats, on the third day, a VIP invitation to a private black tie party which would be attended by all the players of the New Orleans Hornets, one of the players jerseys after the match and a video of Tom being there and meeting the players.
- ↑ The Banker didn't offer Tom any money. Insetad he offered that he would go on the New Orleans trip and send Tom a postcard.
- ↑ Maria swapped away her box # 6 containing £15,000 for box # 11 containing £100,000.
- ↑ James swapped away his box # 19 containing £5 for box # 8 containing £15,000. The banker also offered James an extra £100 for Lauren, one of James' acquanitances.
- ↑ Joan swapped away her box # 15 containing £10 for box # 10 containing £50,000.
- ↑ The banker said that Ioanna could give herself an offer between £1,000 and £3,000. Ioanna chose to offer in the middle at £2,000.
- ↑ Maria took the place of CJ, who left the show without playing her game. It is believed she insulted some of the players and was kicked out.
- ↑ The banker said that Phyllis could give back the £10,000 she had already dealt in order to win the contents of her box. The banker also said that Phyllis would be able to swap her box if she preferred.
- ↑ Phyllis said she would have swapped away her box # 8 containing 1p for box # 17 containing £50,000.
- ↑ Chris B took the place of Helen B, who was absent and came back on Janet's game on 17th October.
- ↑ The Banker offered Rob various different gifts of bad luck with each of his offers.
- ↑ Tracy said that she would have swapped her box #5 containing 10p for box # 22 containing £250,000, however she said that she would already have dealt at the £44,000.
- ↑ Helen B was absent from the show, being replaced by Chris B. Helen B's last show was 10th October until she returned on 17th October.
- ↑ The banker didn't offer Maggie any money. Instead, he offered Maggie the chance of the Dream Elvis Trip. This was a package including a trip to Las Vegas to stay in a luxury hotel with a trip around Las Vegas in a pink Cadillac with an Elvis impersonator, to be transferred and stay in the legendary heartbreak hotel, a trip to the Sun Records studio and a VIP tour around Graceland for Maggie and her husband.
- ↑ The Banker wouldn't have offered Maggie any money. Instead he would have offered Maggie the Dream Elvis Family Trip, including everything in the Dream Elvis Trip plus it was for 7 people (Maggie's family) and spending money of £40,000.
- ↑ After Ron's £20,000 win, the banker has now, officially, given away over £10 million.
- ↑ The banker said that, for halloween week, he would offer every playing contestant in this week to pick a numbered box out of his coffin and one said trick and the other treat. The treat involved the contestant winning £1,000 and receiving an offer after every box opening in the final round. The trick involved the banker taking one of the remaining four boxes and seeing the contents inside. Ben successfully chose the treat box.
- ↑ Tina successfully chose the treat box.
- ↑ Tina said that she would have swapped her box # 14 containing £100,000 for box # 11 which contained £500.
- ↑ To celebrate Halloween, the studio was decorated as per the previous two shows but all of the contestants were dressed in Halloween costumes and, when it came to choosing the trick/treat boxes, recent Black widow and "Grim Reaper" Jean returned.
- ↑ Chris was offered Garlic Bread to go with his £100.
- ↑ Chris successfully chose the treat box. However, for the actual Halloween day, the treat remained the same, however had the trick box been chosen, instead of the banker looking inside one of the 4 remaining boxes on the wings, he would have looked in Chris's box on the pound table.
- ↑ Little Rich successfully chose the treat box.
- ↑ Little Rich said that he would have swapped away his box # 10 contianining 50p for box # 4 containing £10,000
- ↑ Maria successfully chose the treat box. Therefore, every 5 players who played during this halloween week succesffully chose the treat box, this no tricks occurred.
- ↑ This show was Deal or No Deal's second birthday edition. Players chose who they wished to play in confidentiality, Helen B recieiving the most votes, therefore she was the player. The prizes altered and every amount was doubled, so the prizes ranged from 2p to £500,000.
- ↑ The first Deal at the third offer in a record 102 shows, the last being Mark in June.
- ↑ Artak swapped away his box # 9 containing £50,000 for box # 13 containing £750.
- ↑ The Banker, knowing that JC supported Arsenal, offered JC VIP tickets to a game, a tour of the stadium, a guaranteed photo with one of the star players... but because JC had been so rude to the banker, it was at White Hart Lane (Tottenham's Stadium)
- ↑ The banker would have offered JC an Arsenal programme.
- ↑ The banker offered Joe the £30,000 and also the ultimate Arsenal stadium package, knowing that Joe and his daughter, Olivia, were big Arsenal supporters. This package consisted of 2 nights in a luxury London hotel, VIP match seats, visiting team dressing room, tour of pitch, signed match ball and a photo of him and Olivia with one of the players.
- ↑ Olly swapped away his box # 1 containing £1,000 for box # 14 containing £10
- ↑ The Banker said that for the 8 shows building up to christmas that he would do a Santa or Scrooge week. This is was for when the contestant reached 5-box they were able to pick a door, from an original 8, 4 which held the word Santa and 4 which held the word Scrooge. Picking Santa meant that the contestant would get an offer after every box in the final round and, additionally, the chance to pick inside the turkey a cash prize, without knowing which amout was where, of £250, £500, £750 or £1,000. However, picking scrooge meant that the banker could either look in either two of the other contestants boxes or just the contestants box on the table. Additionally, the player would have to continue as normal with the offer after each 3 boxes. Louise unsuccessfully chose a Scrooge door.
- ↑ Sandra unsuccessfully chose a Scrooge door.
- ↑ Kerry unsuccessfully chose a Scrooge door. Kerry also swapped her box # 4 containing £250 for box # 3 containing £3,000.
- ↑ Patricia successfully chose a Santa door. Patricia dealt at the £70,000 offer and received £250 from Eamonn the turkey.
- ↑ Orry successfully chose a Santa door. Orry received £1,000 from Eamonn the turkey.
- ↑ Orry swapped away his box # 18 containing £100,000 for box # 7 containg £1. This is the least successful swap in the history of the show (losing £99,999), and his offer of £41,000 is the biggest offer ever turned down by a contestant who then won a blue.
- ↑ Stephen successfully chose a Santa door. Stephen received £1,000 from Eamonn the turkey. The Banker also said that as it was the end of santa or scrooge week and Hayley's mathematical skills had built up so well, she could also pick a cash prize from Eamonn the turkey. Hayley received £500 at the end of the show.
- ↑ For all 6 shows this week, 6 players (called Deal or No Deal's christmas stars) were chosen to play and the regular players had a week off. Box openers were friends and family of the player. The christmas star is someone who had gone through an incredible story in their life, in good and bad ways.
- ↑ For all 6 shows this week, the christmas star was allowed to chose which box they wanted at the pound table as opposed to picking at random.
- ↑ For all 6 shows this week, the new players were in fact not going to play the game, but were in fact friends and family of the player.
- ↑ The players from before christmas stars week returned to continue the show as usual.
- ↑ The Banker said that Hayley could have an offer after every box in the final round becuase it was New Years Eve. Hayley dealt at the £6,000 offer.
- ↑ Hayley said that she would have swapped her box # 20 containing £20,000 for box # 10 containing 10p.
- ↑ The banker said that, as Glen had had such an unlucky game, whatever he won would be doubled. So, instead of winning £100 or £1,000, Glen was going to win £200 or £2,000. Unfortunately, Glen has £100 in his box, hence won £200.
- ↑ Katie is the player to turn down the largest sum of money (£23,500) before winning a penny, taking this title off Adam Fields who turned down £20,000 to win the same amount.
- ↑ Mark S is Deal or No Deal's first deaf contestant. He had his communicator, Barbara, along side him to assist him in what is being said.
- ↑ After the game, the Banker offered Natasha a ticket to Jamaica as a bonus. Natasha had mentioned earlier that she wanted to visit relatives there.
- ↑ Simon swapped away his box #9, containing £1, for box #8, containing 1p.
- ↑ The banker said that Semi could "undeal" the £14,000 he had already dealt in order to win the contents of his box. The banker also said that Semi would be able to swap his box if he wished.
- ↑ Semi swapped away his box #16, containing £10,000 for box #22, containing £20,000.
- ↑ Ruth took the place of Joy, who was absent through illness.
- ↑ The five shows beginning on February 11th were dubbed "Love Week". Every contestant who played the game this week received a heart-shaped medallion at the beginning of their game. They would give this to another of the players. The game worked as normal until the player wearing the medallion was chosen to open their box, at which point the Banker would make an additional offer.
- ↑ Joy returned to the show, after being away for 11 shows through illness.
- ↑ Shaz swapped away her box #9 containing £5 for box #6 containing 10p.
- ↑ The banker said that George could "undeal" the £15,000 he had already dealt in order to win the contents of his box.
- ↑ The banker changed Alex's offer twice, following comments from other players.
- ↑ There were four Easter Specials, beginning on March 20th. Each game included twists, involving three Easter eggs (1 good, 2 bad). The Easter egg twists were different in each special.
- ↑ If Jo Jo dealt at the third offer, she could open an egg; if she opened the good egg, she would win an extra £10,000.
- ↑ If Jo Jo dealt at the fourth offer, she could open 2 eggs; if she opened the good egg, she would win an extra £20,000.
- ↑ If Jo Jo dealt at the fifth offer, she could open an egg; if she opened the good egg, she would win an extra £10,000. Jo Jo opened a bad egg, so her prize remained £20,000.
- ↑ If Mark dealt at the fourth offer, he could open an egg; if he opened a bad egg, he would only win 1p.
- ↑ After the fifth round, Mark could open an egg; if he opened the good egg, he would get an offer after each box in the following round. Mark successfully found the good egg.
- ↑ If Gemma dealt at the fourth offer, she could open an egg; if she opened the good egg, she would win an extra £18,000.
- ↑ If Gemma dealt at the fifth offer, she could open an egg; if she opened the good egg, she would win an extra £15,000.
- ↑ If Gemma dealt at the sixth offer, she could open an egg; if she opened the good egg, she would win an extra £8,000.
- ↑ Matty swapped away his box #3 containing £50,000 for box #17 containing 1p.
- ↑ If Matty dealt at the third offer, he could open an egg; if he opened the good egg, he would win an extra £15,000.
- ↑ After the fifth round, Matty could open an egg; if he opened the good egg, he would get an offer after each box in the following round. Matty opened one of the bad eggs.
- ↑ Matty is now, arguably, the player to turn down the largest sum of money before winning a penny, as one of his offers included a 33% chance of winning £35,000. This is equivalent to an expected outcome of £25,000 which beats Katie's £23,500 peak offer from January 5.
- ↑ The banker changed Lexis' offer, following comments from the new player Dave.
- ↑ Derek holds the record for the lowest peak offer in a game.
- ↑ After the third round, the Banker offered Bash £10,000 as well as £2,500 to give to Derek, the previous day's player.
- ↑ The Banker said that if Ronnie told a joke which made him laugh he would increase the offer. The Banker didn't like his joke, and as a consequence reduced the offer.
- ↑ 90.0 90.1 Zoe and Zara were twins who played the game as one person, opening boxes together and making decisions together on box choices and deals.
- ↑ After the fourth round, the Banker offered Si a "dream family holiday" for 10 nights in Florida, including flights, theme park tickets, a hot air balloon trip, swimming with dolphins and spending money.
- ↑ Noel himself complained about the offer being too low, and the Banker reduced it further.
- ↑ There were five Bankers Birthday specials, beginning on May 12. At the side of the studio, a fire place stood with a mantle piece. On the mantle piece lay four birthday cards, one of the birthday cards was sent by the Banker's mother and contained a £5 book token. The other three cards the Banker sent himself and contained nothing. If the player managed to pick the card with the £5 book token then the player would receive an offer after every box opened in the final round. But, if during the game the player manages to produce an all blue or an all red round then the Banker would reveal one of the cards that does not have the token in it.
- ↑ Tom had an all red round so one of the birthday cards the Banker sent himself was removed.
- ↑ Tom successfully chose the Banker's birthday card from his mother and received an offer after every subsequent box. Tom dealt at the £20,000 offer.
- ↑ Linda had an all blue round so one of the birthday cards the Banker sent himself was removed.
- ↑ The Banker said that Linda could "undeal" the £14,000 she had already dealt in order to win the contents of her box on the table. She declined the undeal, and her box was revealed to contain £1.
- ↑ Mark had an all red round so one of the birthday cards the Banker sent himself was removed.
- ↑ Mark had an all blue round so another one of the birthday cards the Banker sent himself was removed.
- ↑ Mark had another all red round so the final birthday card the Banker sent himself was removed.
- ↑ Mark had 3 all red or blue rounds previously so he was automatically given the Banker's birthday card from his mother and received an offer after every subsequent box. Mark dealt at the £1,100 offer.
- ↑ Noel, the contestants and the audience were all dressed up in fancy-dress costumes to celebrate the Banker's birthday. Many members of the 1p club were in the audience and were handed nibbles by the Banker after each offer.
- ↑ The Banker raised the offer after hearing Zara trying to convince Zoe to deal, and this would make it easier for her.
- ↑ After their box was opened, the Banker called and said he would give £3,000 to them individually meaning they won £6,000 together.
- ↑ The banker offered £1,000 for each of Heldy's children (4 children) and £200 for Heldy. The banker then changed the offer to £3,800 for Heldy and £100 for each of Heldy's children, both offers added up to £4,200.
- ↑ The banker offered £17 and a 10 x 8 photo of Heldy and her husband.
- ↑ Heldy swapped away her box #8 containing 1p for box #22 containing £1,000.
- ↑ The banker offered Joanne the banker's gamble and she would be able to have the other box left in play, box number 1 as her prize, which contained £5.
- ↑ Richard dealt at the third offer, with the top 6 amounts still in play. After this game, the banker predicted that he wouldn't have to pay out more than £20,000 in any of the following 21 shows.
- ↑ At the start of his game, Ian said he regretted not asking out a certain girl in 6th form. The Banker's first offer was to provide the girl's phone number.
- ↑ Throughout her game, the Banker let Janie decide her own offers. If the Banker thought they were fair, he agreed to them. The only offer he did not approve was the fifth, where he offered a swap.
- ↑ Janine swapped away her box #7 containing £750 for box #11 containing £250.
- ↑ After the fourth round, the Banker offered Diane £15,000 plus £2,000 to give to Steve, the previous day's player.
- ↑ The Banker said Stoney could "undeal" his £15,000 to win the contents of his box. Stoney could also swap if he wished.
- ↑ At the final offer, the Banker bet Melissa £1 that she wouldn't win the £20,000 (one of the two remaining amounts). Melissa lost the bet, and hence won only £9 from her game.
- ↑ Don was the last player affected by the Banker's prediction from Richard's game (22nd May). He proved the prediction wrong by being the first player in 20 shows to win more than £20,000.
- ↑ Sylvia holds the record of selling the £250,000 box for the lowest amount ever, beating the previous low of £15,000.
- ↑ After the third round, the Banker offered Manchester United fan Shane a dream break, including flights and a hotel room, an executive box at Old Trafford for a match, a meal and a meeting with an ex-player.
- ↑ Clayton swapped his box #20 containing £10 for box #6 containing £1.
- ↑ Suzi swapped her box #9 containing 1p for the remaining box #11 containing £250.
- ↑ The Banker said Ann could "undeal" her £1,001 to win the contents of her box. Ann could also swap her box if she wished.
- ↑ The Banker said he would offer £12,500 for Sue and £1,000 each for past contestants Clayton, Tommii, Suzi and Ian, as he heard Sue say she would give them some money is she won a substantial amount.
- ↑ Sue swapped her box #4 containing £1 for the remaining box #14 containing £5,000.
- ↑ Noel complained twice about the offer being too low, and the Banker raised the offer twice as a consequence.
- ↑ The Banker said Jess could "undeal" her £40,000 to win the contents of her box. Jess could also swap her box if she wished.
- ↑ The Banker said he would have also offered to decorate Karl's twin childrens' bedroom in addition to the £35,000.
- ↑ Dave took the place of Helen, who was absent through illness.
- ↑ Helen returned to the show, after being away for 6 shows through illness.
- ↑ The Banker said that he would make Chris an offer after every box, as she had only one red amount remaining.
- ↑ After the third round, the Banker offered Disney fan Christine a 5 night dream break at Hong Kong Disneyland, including flights.
- ↑ After the fourth round, the Banker offered Christine a theme park dream break, including 5 nights at Hong Kong Disneyland, 5 nights at Disneyland Tokyo, a 4 day fast-track pass in each resort, a guided tour with personal guide, dinner in each resort with the characters, flights, transfers and £1,000 spending money.
- ↑ After the sixth round, the Banker offered Christine a Mickey Mouse watch.
- ↑ The five shows beginning on July 21st featured the "summer suitcase" twist. Every contestant who played the game this week had to open one of two suitcases at the end of the fifth round. If the suitcase contained 'sunshine', the player won a holiday for 2, and received an offer after every remaining box. If the suitcase contained 'sunburn', the Banker would be able to see the contents of the player's box before continuing the game.