We’re throwing a Halloween party and you’re all invited! The decorations are up, the pumpkins have been carved and Monster Mash is queued up on the playlist. The only thing that’s missing is you – join us in the Trick or Treat bingo room for a month-long spooky celebration. 

What’s happening? 

Apart from dressing up in our scariest outfits? Well, it’s bingo of course! There’s more than £43,000 in prizes to be won this month, with a variety of daily bargain fun. 

It’s a pick ‘n’ mix of 90-ball action but don’t worry, there’s only treats on offer! Enjoy penny bingo, roll-on action and XTG games every single night. 

When can I play Trick or Treat bingo? 

We know Halloween is only one night of the year, but we wanted to celebrate a bit longer than that – we are the home of fun, after all! So, join us for some spooky bingo every single night in October. 

The Trick or Treat bingo room is open from 5pm until 8pm every night from Sunday 1st October until Halloween on Tuesday 31st October. See you there! 


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Here’s what else is coming up this month… 

Pumpkin Blast 

The Halloween funs keeps on coming! The party continues in our Pumpkin Blast room, with a spooky version of our speedy bingo. Skip the small talk and get straight to the good stuff in a 90-ball game that’s 4x quicker than usual. 

This October there’s £98,000 in prizes to be won! Fancy trying to claim a share? Grab a ticket from just 2p and join in the pumpkin fun daily from 8am until 1am. 

Trick or Treat bingo

Reels Room 

Dive into the Reels Room this month and we might just hook you up! Enjoy bingo with a twist and play to win slots spins to use on Big Bass Bonanza, October’s game of the month. 

There’s a different game to look forward to each month, with thousands of spins to be won every week. Tickets start from just 5p – join in the fun daily from 6pm until 10pm. 


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.