Before the bingo balls start tumbling and the numbers are called, it’s best to brush up on your game. You’ll want to be fully prepared to yell BINGO if it turns out to be your lucky day.
A predetermined pattern that is required to win a bingo game. The pattern for each game is announced by the Bingo Caller and is displayed on the bingo program and on various display boards throughout the Bingo Hall.
A daily schedule of all of the games that will be played during a session. Bingo programs are available throughout the Bingo Hall.
A bingo player may use the date of their birthday as an extra “free space”. It is only valid on the actual birthday and the player must register with the Bingo Caller before the session begins.
The minimum purchase required to participate in a bingo session. The buy-in can be purchased at the admission booth near the Bingo Hall entrance.
A bingo game in which the first number called is a wild number.
If you’re looking for the easiest way to play bingo, electronic is the best bet. It involves playing with an electronic bingo aid that allows you to play multiple cards at once—up to 180 cards per game!
A special bingo game that is purchased at the admission booth. For just $1, you have a chance at a jackpot during every game.
Pre-printed paper that contains numbers in 25 squares arranged in five vertical columns and five horizontal rows. This is the least expensive way to buy-in to a bingo game.
These are bingo games that are not included with your buy-in. The special games may be purchased at the admission booth or from a Bingo Floor Clerk at your seat.
Special games played prior to the start of the regular bingo session.
Every bingo game has a specific pattern that is played. Here are a few of our more popular patterns.
Frequently Asked Questions about Bingo
Are daubers included with my buy-in?
No. Daubers are sold at the Dauber Stop located in the Bingo Hall.
Is bingo expensive to play?
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