Online Bingo Offers
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If you thought that slot machines were a losers game, then bingo is on a whole nother level! (apologies to any avid bingo fans).
Online bingo sites tend to be very secretive about the RTP of their games, but we think it’s about 50%.
If so, for every £1 of bingo tickets that you bought, 50p of it would go into the prize pot.
The other 50p would go into the operator’s pocket!
Plus, bingo is a pretty high variance game.
Many games have over 100 players, some buying a lot of tickets. Your chances of winning one of the 3-4 prizes in a game are pretty slim.
Even more not good!
We would usually recommend avoiding bingo offers.
But, there are some offers which are worth doing.
These are in the Bingo Offers section of the Welcome Offers page.
Each of these offers has step-by-step instructions to follow.
The rest of this guide will give you a basic overview of how to play bingo games.
What Is Bingo?
Bingo is a game of probability. Each player starts with cards that have numbers on.
Numbers get drawn at random, and each player marks off the numbers on their cards as they get announced.
The winner is first person to mark off all the numbers on one of their cards.
The Lobby – This is where you will find the different bingo games listed.
Bingo Rooms – The different bingo rooms are listed in the lobby. Each bingo room will be running a seperate game of bingo. These will have varying game formats, with different ticket prices, prizes and numbers of players. Whilst in real life bingo, you could only play in one bingo room at a time, you will often find players online playing in multiple rooms.
Game – A bingo game only takes a few minutes, and a new one will usually start shortly after. The player has to buy into each new game, which will see the player given new cards and a new set of balls will be called. Some bingo games will have 90 balls, and some have 75.
Bingo Cards – when you buy into a game, you are buying bingo cards. You can often buy multiple cards, with each card being a seperate entry into the game. So if you buy 10 tickets worth 10p each, you will spend £1. You will then have 10 chances to win in the game.