Are you fully prepared for…. the BIGGEST DAY IN BINGO? Had to use caps for dramatic effect, sorry. Won’t happen again. okay, one more time… IT’S NATIONAL BINGO DAY!
These days, there’s a day or a week or a month for everything. Aside from the obvious worthy causes that I won’t poke fun at, there’s Talk Like Yoda Day, National Chip Week, Men Make Dinner Day and Second Half of the Year Day (get ready, it’s almost here).
And on Tuesday 27th June, it’s our time to shine, because it’s National Bingo Day, a day when allegedly billions of balls will be dropped in honour of this beautiful game. (The 27th is also National Sunglasses Day and International Pineapple Day too, so I’ll be celebrating all three).
We couldn’t be more supportive of National Bingo Day, except the Day part. The great British public simply cannot be expected to fully celebrate all that is good about bingo in 24 measly hours. So, we’re putting on a whole week of penny bingo games with a combined £7,000 up for grabs. What better way to bring the country together than a few rounds of our treasured national game. Maybe the risk-return ratio will be enough to lure even the PM out of Rishi’s Den, number ten. Perhaps Boris too, if he’s not up to his old tricks, forty six. If there is a better way to get bingo calls into this blog, I don’t know it.
What’s going down for National Bingo Day?
Every night at 10pm between Wednesday 21st June and Tuesday 27th June, we’ll be running a special penny bingo game with a £1,000 prize pot.
The important stuff
- 1 x 90 ball bingo game at 10pm
- Every night from 21st-27th June 2023
- 1p per ticket with 100 tickets max per player
- £1,000 prize pool
What you can win
It’s not every day you can win 50,000 times your stake on a game of bingo. Even I’d be dancin’ in the street if I won one of these.
The £1,000 guaranteed prize pot for each of our National Bingo Day games will be split the usual 3 ways, with a very handy £500 up top.
Full house = £500
2 Lines = £300
1 Line = £200
So there it is, the Glastonbury of gaming. The Kentucky Derby of dabbing. The Nobel Prizes of 90 Ball. The Fyre Festival of Full Houses (perhaps not). Whether you’re rustling up a street party or just listening to the rustle of tumbleweed at my laboured humour, why not log on after your tea and join the fun.
See you there!