We absolutely love mixing things up here at PlayOJO so, to keep things exciting, we’re bringing you the May Mix-up! Throughout the month, you can enjoy almost every type of bingo we have to offer. 

And the best thing about it? Tickets start from just 1p. It’s time to mix things up – all aboard the fun train! 

What is May Mix-up? 

It’s the bingo mash-up you didn’t know you needed! Enjoy a four-day bingo weekend every week in May, with all this to look forward to: 

  • More than £28,000 in prizes to be won 
  • Four days of crazy bingo every week 
  • Penny, 2p, roll-on and XTG 90-ball bingo games 

Feel the fun every week in May, with games taking place from 5pm until 8pm every Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday this month. Plus, the early bird catches the worm because the first game every week is worth £500 in prizes.

Fancy some more bingo fun? 

There’s plenty more where that came from! Here’s what else is coming up this month… 


Roaaar! Don’t worry, you’re not in danger – that’s just the noise of the animals feeling the furry fun in our Animingo room. If you fancy joining in, just take a seat and cross off the animal symbols from your bingo ticket for the chance to win. 

There’s over £2,500 in prizes to be won every day in May, plus there’s a post-game feature that gives you the chance to win mystery prizes. Our bingo zoo is open twice a day – join us from 9am until 12pm and then again from 7pm until 11pm.

may mix up

Blossom Blast 

The sun is shining, the birds are singing, and all the flowers have bloomed into life in the Blossom Blast room! The prettiest bingo room around is open for business and it’s got a speedy twist, with games that are four times quicker than usual. 

There’s more than £87,000 in prizes up for grabs throughout May. Join in the fun daily from 8am until 1am, with a progressive jackpot on offer in each game if the full house winner calls up within 36 balls.


Harry is a copywriter at PlayOJO, specialising in bingo and with more than six years’ experience in the sports and gaming industries. When he’s not crafting catchy copy he can be found watching football, fussing over his cat or being way too competitive in a pub quiz.