Bingo fans have more chances to win big as a new National Bingo Game launches at local Mecca Halifax club.
The new game, launching this Monday, April 30, will create a winner in every participating club on every game: as the game is played twice a day and in over 275 clubs across the country that is a lot of winners.
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It means that players at Mecca Halifax are guaranteed to celebrate a winner, with prizes ranging from £100 to a jackpot £50,000 top prize.
The new game format will be played using 50 numbers, rather than the usual 90, which means special new tickets and a quick fire game, with successful players finding out instantly if they have won and if they can claim a Jackpot Prize.
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Halifax bingo fans can win in 24 numbers or less to bag £100, win in 20 numbers or less to grab a £1,000 and if you win in 16 numbers or less it’s time to get the party started, as you could be a £50,000 winner. The new format National Bingo Game is expecting at least 5 lucky customers a month will land the £50,000 top prize.
Billie Myers, club manager at Mecca Halifax, said: “We know that people in Halifax love bingo and we want to reward them with more chances of winning than ever before.
“We look forward to welcoming some regular faces and new members to enjoy the new live game. With so many prizes up for grabs, we can’t wait to celebrate with our customers!”
Miles Baron, Chief Executive of the National Bingo Game, said: “We are excited to be launching a new version of one of club bingo’s most well known and loved games. Our mission is to create more winners across the country and the new game is designed to produce over 20,000 winners a month. With a guaranteed winner in every club, on every game, and Jackpots of £100, £1000 and £50,000 to be won, I hope there will be a lot of happy customers, as bingo clubs across the country celebrate with their lucky winners.”
“This will only be the third time in over thirty years that the game has had a substantial change: with this latest version of the game we wanted to bring it bang up to date, with a game that takes less time to play, allows clubs to play at a time they choose, finds its winners quickly and makes more of them.”
The National Bingo Game was first launched in 1986, since when it has paid out over £1 billion in prize money, and will continue to be played twice a day: afternoon and evenings, with tickets priced at £1 for 2, or £2 for 5.
All players must be aged 18 or over.
The National Bingo Game is played under the provisions of The Gambling Act 2005 and played under National Bingo Game Players’ Rules. Players should always gamble responsibly. For more information and advice visit www.BeGambleAware.org