Ready to slide? Don’t panic, we’re not sliding into your DMs! But you’re welcome to join us for the £20k Prize Plunge, our latest bingo slider game.

The full house prize starts at £15,000 but it won’t stay like that for long, so you’ll have to be quick. The quicker you call, the bigger the haul!

What is a slider game?

In case you didn’t know, the prize money in a slider game gradually gets smaller as the game progresses. In this case, the full house winnings start at £15,000 and that money will plunge as we reach certain ball calls.

Don’t worry, there’s still a minimum of £11,000 up for grabs for the winner. Plus, there’s a £2,000 one-line prize and a £3,000 two-line prize.

Full house prize Ball call 
£15,000 1 to 30 
£14,000 31 to 32 
£13,000 33 to 34 
£12,000 35 to 36 
£11,500 37 to 40 
£11,000 41 to 90 

Tell me more!

Sounds good, right? Well, you can join in the slider fun on Saturday 29th August. Tickets cost just 50p and you can buy them in advance or head to the £20k Prize Plunge room for 10pm. See you there! T&Cs apply.

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Drop Pots

Ready to drop it like it’s hot? There are three jackpots waiting to be won every single day in the Drop Pots room!

At any point during the day, the Mini, Midi and Maxi pots could all be won, with the biggest of the lot starting at £1,500. T&Cs apply.

Diamond Dazzle

Would you risk your winnings for an even bigger prize? You might get the chance with the gamble feature in the Diamond Dazzle room! Our full house winner will face an offer from the jeweller based on the value of the mystery diamond – it’s up to them to stick or twist.

And if that’s not enough, there’s also a progressive jackpot that gets bigger every time a ticket is bought. It starts at £500 and will only get bigger – call up in 40 numbers or less and it’s all yours. T&Cs apply.

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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.