Singing In The Rain For Prizes At Sing Bingo
All details below were correct when published on 10th April 2018. 18+. UK Only. Wagering terms and conditions apply. Please gamble responsibly.
According to the latest weather reports we’re all about to experience some April Showers. These occur due to the jet stream starting to head northwards. This movements brings large depressions that result in strong winds and rain coming in from the Atlantic. Because of these April Showers you’re going to need to be well prepared. And Thanks to Sing Bingo you could be as they’re hosting a Singing In The Rain prize promo. Play these 1p bingo games for the chance to win stylish rain gear.
Go Singing In The Rain
Sing’s Singing In The Rain games play every Monday and Wednesday up to and including May 2nd 2018. Each is a 75 ball prize game and ticket prices are 1p or 2p. Play on a Monday and you could win a Reisenthel Rain Poncho worth £25. The prize for the Wednesday game is a pair of Joules Printed Wellies worth £50!
If you’re not too keen on either of these prizes then don’t worry. The prizes are paid out in Amazon vouchers, or a cash alternative, so you’re free to purchase whatever you please. Eyes down for all games is at 9.30pm, tickets can be purchased in advance.
Win Soap & Glory Glamorama
The penny bingo prize games don’t end at Sing Bingo on a Monday and Wednesday. Every Saturday until further notice you can play to win a Soap & Glory Glamorama Make Up Set! This prize is worth £30 and, as above, paid out in either vouchers or cash. “Saturday Night Fever” is a 75-ball bingo game that plays at 8pm. Cards can be purchased in advance via the lobby.
Under My Umbrella
As always, Sing Bingo are offering more prizes with their Friday TFI games. These games have also gone for the stylish rainwear theme! Each Friday during April you can win an umbrella. Now these aren’t any old umbrellas! Each prize, including the Outgeek Pagoda Umbrella, is worth £45 to £60! The tickets for these games cost just 2p and they take place at 10pm. Note that the prizes are again paid out in cash or vouchers.