The party don’t start ‘til OJO walks in! If you fancy feeling the fun and enjoying some bargain bingo in the process, why not join us for £20k Summer Nights, our month-long penny bingo party? 

There’s more than £20,000 to be won playing value games this month, with an hour of penny bingo games each night in July. Your name is on the guestlist – are you ready to party? 

What’s going down? 

Not much costs a penny these days but what you can get is a ticket for one of our bingo games! There’s an hour of fun to look forward to, with a minimum of £500 to be won every day in July, with extra prizes on Fridays and Saturdays. 

The fun gets underway on Saturday 1st July, with £500 up for grabs in our first game. 

When can I play £20k Summer Nights? 

Every night in July! Join us in the £20k Summer Nights room daily from 10pm to enjoy an hour of bingo – and it’ll only cost you a pretty penny.

Games play every day in July between 10pm and 11pm. Tickets cost 1p. £21,000 total prize pot for all games throughout promotion. 18+. OJO’s Rewards and Game Play policy applies. 

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Check out what else is coming up this month… 

Reels Room 

Fancy some right royal fun? You might not win the crown jewels in the Reels Room, but you could win some slot spins to use on Queen of Gods, July’s game of the month. 

Thousands of slots spins will be won every week and you can join in the fun from just 2p. Join us daily from 6pm until 10pm.

Hero and Superhero Room 

We can be your hero baby! If you fancy playing for a share of £57,000 in prizes this July, the Hero Room and Superhero Room are the places to be. 

The 90-ball fun takes place at 9pm every night of the week. Our daily Hero game pays out £1,750 from Sunday to Thursday, with the prize pot increasing to £2,500 on Fridays. And if you fancy playing for £3,000, join us for our Superhero game at the same time each Saturday. 

£20k Summer Nights



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.