Mystic Meg Bingo Review
Mystic Meg Bingo is a 50 ball game that’s exclusive to Sun Bingo and Fabulous Bingo. In case you didn’t know Mystic Meg is an astrologer who really came to the fore during the 90s. She appeared on The National Lottery show and gave predictions about who might be lucky with the balls. The segment led to a number of impersonations of Meg including Septic Peg by Brian Conley. Anyway we digress – let’s get back to the 50 ball bingo game.
How To Play Mystic Meg Bingo
Login to Sun or Fabulous Bingo and head to Mystic Meg Bingo via the ‘Exclusives’ tab in the lobby. The bingo room is the standard Playtech/Virtue Fusion format with the game details at the top, bingo card below and chat/mini games section to the right of the bingo section. Mystic Meg Bingo is a multi-stake game which means you can pay from 5p to £2 per ticket but still play the same game. The more you pay then the higher the prize you’ll play for. One thing to note is that you have to purchase 10 tickets for each game.
The aim of the game is to match all the numbers on your bingo card. However your bingo card isn’t made up of numbers but actually consists of horoscope type symbols. In many respects Mystic Meg Bingo is very similar to Picture Bingo games that you’ll find at Tombola. There are no bingo calls which is disappointing as we’d love to hear Meg herself read out some of the ‘calls’. Your bingo card is made up of 10 symbols and there’s only one full house prize up for grabs.
Mystic Meg Bingo Jackpots
Joining the full house prize are two jackpots: the Mini Meg’a Jackpot and the Mystic Meg’a Jackpot (did you see what they’ve done there). Both jackpots are progressive and are community prizes. This means that if the prize is won then the pot is split 50/50 between the winner and the roomies playing the game when the jackpot is won. The Mystic pot is won if house is called in 16 calls or less whilst the Mini pot is triggered on 19 calls or less. These jackpots are quite high at time of writing which suggests they’re not regularly won.
Penny’s Thoughts On Mystic Meg Bingo
Exclusive games are always good because they help differentiate brands on the same platform. Mystic Meg Bingo is an OK multi-stake 50 ball game and it’s enjoyable to play. The main issue we have with it are that you have to purchase 10 tickets so it’s not cheap even when it’s advertised as “5p Value Mornings” when we dropped in to play. We also wonder whether Meg is as popular now as she was in the 90s? And we also wonder why there’s no input from Meg herself – a few predictions, “well done winners” or bingo calls could make the game a little more fun.