Cash Out Bingo Review
Cash Out Bingo is another unique variant on the 90 ball game that’s available to play on the Entain (GVC) Network. This means you’ll only find it on the likes of Foxy, Cheeky, Ladbrokes and Coral. If you’re familiar with online betting then you may well have heard of cash out in those circles. Basically you place a bet – let’s say for Liverpool to win 1-0 against Manchester United. However it’s Fergie Time and United are looking like getting an equaliser. Your winning bet is looking ropey so you can cash out early to take a smaller prize but still claim a win. Foxy and co have taken the same approach and applied it to bingo.
What Is Cash Out Bingo All About?
To play Cash Out Bingo you need to visit one of the sites mentioned above (and shown below). Login to the lobby and select the Cash Out Bingo Room. Once inside you’ll not find anything unusual compared to other standard 90 ball games. That’s because it is a standard 90 ball game. Players purchase tickets as per usual by selecting individual tickets or buying in bulk. Note you can only max-out to 36 tickets in this particular game. Prices are pretty reasonable too as you can play for as little as 5p a ticket.
At eyes down the numbers are called with the aim of the game to win on one line, two lines and the full house. The Cash Out element of the game doesn’t come into play until near the end of proceedings. The game will pause prior to the Full House being won. All players who have a ticket with 1 number to go (1TG) will be offered the choice to Cash Out or risk it for a chance to win the Full House prize on the next ball call. If you choose to cash out then you take the offered prize, but if you refuse it and the next call doesn’t win you the full house then you get nothing. You don’t get another opportunity to cash out in the same game.
Is Cash Out Bingo Any Good?
We quite like the idea and innovation behind Cash Out Bingo. It does add a bit of extra jeopardy to the 90 ball game! Frustratingly it doesn’t seem to the most popular game option at Foxy, Cheeky etc where the room is networked. As there aren’t too many players in a game it doesn’t make sense to gamble against the FH ball because the chances of winning are reasonable. If the room was packed Tombola style then the Cash Out element would work a lot better. In our view Foxy might be better off using the feature as a random option in their other games rather than offering it as a standalone.