Deal Or No Deal Competition

At A Glance
Prize £1,000 in cash
Closing Date 09/02/24, 6PM
Question No
Online Entry Free
Postal Entry No

Stephen Mulhern brings back the iconic game show where contestants can win a six figure sum by defeating the mysterious banker. The ITV reboot of the show that’s famous for its 22 red boxes has a lower jackpot on offer, with players on the show able to win up to £100,000 in cash.

After a seven year absence since it was last shown on our screens on Channel 4 with Noel Edmonds in 2016, the popular show resurrects the excitement and boasts the same excitement, with the exception of the smaller prize and a new host with Stephen.

How It Works

Historically, especially on early series of DOND, there was also a viewer’s prize draw, where the winner can scooped a cash prize.

This is one of the few moments in recent years where a cash prize competition comes with a free online entry competition too!

For your convenience, we’ve included them below in the video:

How To Enter The Competition At

If you’d like to enter ITV competitions for free, you can usually do so by post, as online entries are usually paid.

To enter the competition, head over to the entry form at or via the ITV Win website at and complete the entry form on the Free tab.

The closing date for entries for the current competition is 9th February 2024 at 6:00pm.

We’ve got more competitions from ITV listed on the site too – you can find them all on our ITV Win competitions page here.

ITV Deal Or No Deal Competition Winners

Winners of the DOND competition will be announced after the end of each prize draw, which in this case would be in the days after entries close on 9th February 2024 at 6:00pm.


While a lot of the regular shows on ITV have competitions that include prizes alongside cash, the Deal Or No Deal competition is usually just a cash amount with no additional prizes.

With that said, the cash prize is almost always enough to make a noticeable difference to your bank balance.

While ITV used to send prizes by cheque, these days winners get their prize electronically by bank transfer.