Mamma Mia! You Could Win A Theatre Break
All details below were correct when published on 15th May 2017. 18+. UK Only. Wagering terms and conditions apply. Please gamble responsibly.
Eurovision is over for another year and, despite a valiant effort, Lucie Jones failed to impress the rest of Europe with The UK entry. To be fair we thought she did a really good job and was seriously underscored in the public vote round. We also thought her song was better than the winning entry from Portugal but what the heck do we know considering the marks it received. Anyway, the Eurovision party is still going over at Sing Bingo and they’re celebrating by offering you the chance to win a theatre break.
The title of the promotion is called Mamma Mia and Sing are offering a London Hotel stay plus tickets to the show that’s inspired by the hits of Abba. This fabulous prize game will take place on the 25th May at 10pm and tickets will cost you a couple of quid each. However, this is a prize game at Sing and that means there’s always opportunity to bag some freebies by completing tasks.
In this promo’s case all you have to do is deposit! In return you’ll receive one free card for every £10 deposited at Sing Bingo between the 12th and 24th May. By the way you can also get a card by purchasing them using Diamonds that you may have accumulated by playing at Sing. 10 Diamonds will get you one card.
The Mamma Mia game is a 75 ball one and there’s just one full house prize. The prize includes a hotel stay and theatre tickets paid out as a Red Letter Day voucher plus £100 spending money. However if you win but don’t fancy a trip to London or aren’t a fan of the theatre then you can always opt to take a £380 cash alternative.
If you’ve not visited Sing Bingo of late then you’ll be in for a bit of a suprise. They’ve undergone a bit of a makeover and the site is now all modern and lovely for mobile and tablet. New players are still offered a £5 no deposit bonus plus there’s loads of free bingo games for depositors and non-depositors. Terms apply.