48 Chances To Win £1.5Million
All details below were correct when published on 23rd July 2019. 18+. UK Only. Wagering terms and conditions apply. Please gamble responsibly.
The latest exciting addition to the online bingo world is a new game called Bingo Millions. Developed by Mutuel Play the 90 ball version of the game opened at Buzz Bingo earlier in the year. Since then Jumpman sites such as Slots Gold, Elf Bingo and Dove have added it to their roster. Whilst Buzz may lost exclusivity of the 90 ball version they still are the only site currently offering 80 Ball Bingo Millions. But what is it all about?
How To Play Bingo Millions
Bingo Millions is a bingo meets lottery style game. Bingo Millions 90 Ball is played in the same way as a traditional 90 ball game. Numbers are called and the aim is to get one line, two lines and/or a full house. The big difference between Millions are a traditional game however is that in Millions you play against the balls rather than opponents.
In a traditional 90 ball game, once one line is called then the game moves on to two lines. After the two lines have been won then it’s onto the full house. Once full house is called then the game is over. In Millions 70 calls are made regardless of whether any player has called 1L, 2L or FH before that point. At the end of the game fixed prizes are then paid out to 1L, 2L and FH winners provided that the wins have been achieved in a fixed number of calls.
Odds Of Winning
For example 1L wins must be called within 35 calls. The prizes on offer for a 1L win vary from £500 (5 to 9 calls) to a 50p ticket (31 to 35 calls). The same kind of sliding jackpot structure applies to two lines and the full house. For players, the attraction of Bingo Millions is the big money! But don’t get too excited. In order to win the progressive jackpot you’ll need to call house in 15 to 30 calls – a tall order!
Bingo Millions 90 ball plays at Buzz Bingo, Slots Gold and other Jumpman Brands every Wednesday and Saturday at 10pm. If you like more chances to win then 80 Ball plays at Buzz every Thursday and Sunday. We expect more sites to pick up 80 Ball and perhaps even a 75 ball game to join the stable. Tickets cost 50p each and there’s usually a buy 5 get 1 free offer available. It should be noted that 10% of ticket sales is donated to charity.
Deposit For Bingo Millions Tickets
The big question is should you play Bingo Millions? It’s something different with respect to the usual 90 ball game, although we think the “big money” is just fancy wrapping. Remember the Millionaire games that used to run on Dragonfish. They offered players the chance to win a million, but in almost 15 years no one ever did. Whether Bingo Millions can go on to create a big money winner remains to be seen. But a big money winner would make players sit up and consider playing!
New players to Buzz Bingo can give Bingo Millions a try thanks to a new welcome offer. Deposit & spend £10 on bingo to get £20 online & £10 retail bingo bonus plus 48 tickets for Bingo Millions 90 Ball game. The 48 tickets are played over 4 weeks = 2 draws a week, 6 tickets in each draw. Stakes on Bingo Millions variants do not contribute towards welcome bonus. Retail £10 for main session only. £5 minimum withdrawal on winnings.