Bingo Roulette Can Double Your Jackpots

bingo rouletteWe all know about Slingo, the game that marries up slots and bingo. However, did you know that bingo and roulette have also been consorting? Tombola have had a Bingo Roulette game since 2009. It uses the numbers the 37 numbers on a roulette table as the game card and then uses the wheel to generate the numbers. Surprisingly no other brands have adopted this approach, but the folks over at Costa Bingo do have a variation on the theme.

Double Your Jackpots

Bingo Roulette will play at Costa Bingo every Monday between the 4th June and 9th July. Starting at 10.30pm the games cost just 2p a ticket to play. There’s a £50 full house prize on offer in the 75 ball game. In addition a £50 pot (split £30 and £20) will be shared by 1TG and 2TG players. But what has all this got to do with roulette?

Well, the roulette aspect of the game comes in to play when the full house is called. If the full house is called on selected numbers then the jackpot prize is doubled to £100. For example, for week one (June 4th) the lucky numbers are 10 to 25. If house is called on any number between 10 and 25 then that results in a bingo roulette win.

OK, it’s not as technically adept as the Tombola version of Bingo Roulette, but at a time when promos are at a premium, we’ll overlook any semantics.

Win A Spring Wardrobe

Taking a more conventional approach to bingo is Costa’s Win A Spring Wardrobe game. This takes place on the 5th June 2018 at 9.30pm. Tickets cost just 10p and pre-buy is available. The game gives players the chance to win a £250 Personal Shopper Day at House of Fraser. Note that the prize is paid out as a Virgin Experience Day or cash alternative.

As well as the full house prize, there’s a £150 pot and £100 pot for players who finish 1TG or 2TG. All prizes are paid as cash and therefore wagering terms do not apply.

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Wagering terms and conditions apply. All details above were correct when published on May 30, 2018.
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