Join The Bingo Party To Play For £1000 Of Prizes

It’s celebration time over at Treasure Bingo this month as they’ve now turned two. Players can join in the celebrations by getting themselves tickets to the the big party game which will be taking place at 10.30pm on the 27th October. Get on board The Pirate Ship as the crew have blagged some lovely prizes worth £1000 and they’ll be dishing them out to the one line, two line and full house winners.


Pirate Party Pad is the name of the game and it’ll set you back an astronomical £5 a ticket to play. We don’t know about you penny fans but that’s too expensive for any game. Thankfully there are ways to get involved that a much better value. For example Treasure Bingo will give you one card for every £10 deposit you makeup to the 26th October. You’ll also get a free ticket when you wager £10 on bingo or £20 on instants.

So a £10 deposit plus a bit of wagering on other games would actually net you two cards. In addition you’ll earn Diamonds by playing at Treasure Bingo and if you get 10 of those you can then “purchase” another ticket. For us that’s a far better way of getting into the party game than actually buying in.

The prizes are all party related, although all three have cash alternatives should you win and prefer to take the money:

FH: Mini-bar counter (£500)
2L: Philips draft beer dispenser & a voucher for beer kegs (£300)
1L: Zoffoli drinks cabinet bar globe (£200)

Another benefit of making a deposit is that you’ll get free tickets for the weekly Lucky £13K game. Now this plays across the whole of the Costa/City/Sing network but nevertheless you’ll have the chance to win a share of £13,000! It’s a sliding jackpot game by the way with £1000 guaranteed for the full house winner. Players on 1TG will share £2000 whilst those on 2TG share a £1000 pot.

Lucky £13K plays every Friday at 10pm!


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