Tombola has broken the record in the United Kingdom for the biggest prize at online bingo. The Britain's Biggest Bingo organized by Tombola with over 171,000 players participated in the game and the winner took home £239,000.
What does Britain have the biggest bingo for?
The 90-ball bingo game played at raffle.co.uk is the most popular online bingo game in Britain. It is the largest bingo site in the UK and also offers the largest bingo game in the world. The competition takes place every month at 9 p.m. and tickets are on sale for as little as 50 pence!
What can you win at Britain's Biggest Bingo
They have decided to give you the chance to win a $100,000 prize for only 50 cents. You have to buy a ticket 1 month early to play Britain's biggest bingo. The next game is on Thursday, December 1 at 9 p.m. and your purchase date is Tuesday, November 1.
Additional prizes are available; these increase as the house sells more tickets. An example is a Full House prize worth $1,000,000! The higher the number of tickets sold for a given month, the higher the prize can be. After Big Bingo is over, you must buy your next ticket from the vendor.
On Thursday, November 1, the next Biggest Bingo game in Britain begins. Buying tickets for this game at Tombola costs between £1 and £2, depending on how many tickets you buy at once. The redemption period begins on Tuesday, November 1, when you can buy tickets for 50 cents or £1. You can buy as many tickets as you want, up to 4 at a time. Tickets you haven't purchased by Thursday, Dec. 1, will no longer be on sale.
On Nov. 1, "Britains Biggest Bingo" was organized in the United Kingdom by tombola. The British bingo site guaranteed £100,000 but went well over that. A total of 171,178 players participated in the bingo bringing the full-house prize to £239,168 (€273,404).
Players could play along from 50 pence (€0.57) per strip and buy as many cards as they wanted. Tombola held no cash; the full price of bingo cards went into the prize pool. At 9 p.m. local time, bingo got underway and the first player who could tick off all 15 numbers on his or her card won the huge prize. After 36 numbers, digital Bingo! was called because then one player had his or her entire card full.