The smallest form of the game, and therefore the quickest. With only 30 balls in the game, it’s a great way to get used to the format of bingo in a whirlwind manner. Click here to take a look at the schedule.
The most popular form of bingo in North America. Like 90-ball bingo, it’s named because of the 75 balls used in the game. To play, you need to buy 1 to 150 cards and the first player to bingo on the pre-determined pattern of the game is the winner. The patterns can vary for 75-ball bingo including a heart, flower, star and much more. Check out the schedule here!
Like the most popular forms in the UK and North America, but with 80 balls instead. Each ticket is made up of a four-by-four grid containing random numbers from 1 to 80. Play 80-Ball Bingo here.
The UK's favourite bingo: a national institution since the 1960s and is played in halls across the country. Named after the 90 balls used in the game, to play you’ll need to purchase at least one ticket (or more!). Each card has three horizontal lines of five numbers, which means that there are 15 numbers in total to match-up. To win a prize you must complete three successful patterns, the first being a single line across, the second two lines across, and the third is filling all the numbers on the strip, known as a full house. The prize increases with each successful pattern and the jackpot is awarded to the first player to complete a full house. You’ll find all the action here!
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A card is the ticket you buy to play a bingo game, you must buy at least one to play in a game. All of the cards are randomly generated when you request them and range from between 5p and £1 in price. If you don’t like the numbers on your cards, you can simply click the ‘GET NEW CARDS’ button to receive a new batch.
Some of the conversation in our chat rooms can be difficult to understand. WTG (way to go), BRB (be right back) and WD (well done) seem to be our most common acronyms. Check out our Bingo Lingo page for more.
Here you can casually interact with other players and ask questions you want answered.
The objective of these coverall 75-ball games is to simply cover all the numbers on the card (there are 25). The first player to cover all their numbers wins!
This is any money that you put into your bingo account from your credit or debit card.
This is a bonus you receive after making a deposit.
Someone that has money in their account with their debit/credit card then they are referred to as a Funded Player.
Various patterns feature in 75-ball bingo games, including letters of the alphabet, numbers, and shapes.
There are an abundance of game rooms available on our game site such as 75-ball bingo and 90-ball.
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This is when the money that you have won will be paid out through credit or debit card which is set to your account. This can be requested from a player at any time.
Once a player has taken money out of their account, they will have a 48-hour window to put the money back in.
In these games a pot of money builds up every time a player buys cards. The size of the jackpot will increase every time a game is played until the jackpot is won. To win this game you must be in a specific progressive jackpot game and have bingo in a certain amount of calls.
This is where bingo points are changed for bingo cards.
These are players who you are playing with or are in the chat room with.
This is the amount that you have put on a stake in a game.
The money that players take out of their account and is put back into the registered debit or credit card.