Get A Cash Prize Call From The Queen Of Bingo
How would you like to get a phone call telling you that you’ve won a cash prize? And how would you like that call to be made by The Queen Of Bingo, Barbara Windsor? Sounds exciting doesn’t it penny fans? Well this could happen if you take part in the latest promotion from Jackpotjoy.
Jackpot Cash Calls is an annual event at Jackpotjoy. They get The Queen Of Bingo and her helpers to call round players and have a chat. The players are then rewarded with a surprise cash prize. However that amount can be doubled if you’re on the ball and answer the phone with the phrase “double my joy”.
To take part in the fun you’ll need to register your details with Jackpotjoy before the end of January. Go to the promotions page and then follow the link to the Jackpot Cash Calls page. You’ll be asked to register your phone number. Note you should use a number which you’ll be able to use between 11am and 5pm on the 4th February. You don’t want to get home from work to discover a message on your answer phone saying you’ve missed out on a cash prize now do you?
Note that not every call will be made by The Queen Of Bingo – some may be done by her helpers. Usually Jackpotjoy record some of the calls and post them on social media – just to show that they actually do call round and dish out the dosh.
If you need a further “excuse” to visit Jackpotjoy then free bingo at the weekends and special January Sales offers daily this month may be good enough. The free games take place in Tiki, Cloud, or Emerald at 9am-10am, 12pm-1pm, 3pm-4pm, 6pm-7pm, 9pm-10pm and 11pm-12am on a Saturday and Sunday. The special offers vary but include cashback on selected games and prize draws. There are two prizes draws left this month (26th and 31st) and both offer the chance to win 1 of 150 x £10. Just play £1 at JPJ on the selected day to qualify.
Wagering terms and conditions apply. All details above were correct when published on January 26, 2016.
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