Spring Into Bingo To Win A Trampoline (Or Cash Prize)
Wish Bingo have announced not one but two new prize games for May. The reason for this is because both games are in fact identical. And both give you the chance to win a trampoline – or cash prize alternative. The name of the game is Spring Has Sprung and tickets cost just 5p each.
How To Win A Trampoline
For your chance to win a trampoline you just need to play in the Bank Holiday Monday games. These take place at Wish Bingo on the 7th and 28th May 2018. Eyes down is 10pm. Both are 75 ball games with a full house prize of a trampoline. As is usual with these prize bingo games, the winner actually receives an Amazon voucher. In this case, the prize is worth £150. The winner can also opt to take a cash prize.
The prizes aren’t just limited to the full house winner. Players who finish on 1TG or 2TG will receive a share of a £150 pot. This pot is in cash and therefore no wagering terms will apply.
Jewels & Spins Alternative
This game isn’t exclusive to Wish Bingo. As we mentioned last week with the Wheels In Motion prize game, these games are shared amongst sites on the same network. For example, Treasure Bingo are offering a Pandora Pendant as the “star prize” in their Jewels Galore game.
That prize is worth £150 and if you login to both sites you’ll find the same number of players ready to play. The main difference between the two prize games comes with the 1TG/2TG prize. Wish are offering a share of £150, whilst Treasure are giving 10 free spins on Jewel Thief to 1TG players. 2TG players get 5 spins.
Spins Or Cash?
We don’t quite understand how the same game can dish out different prizes to 1TG and 2TG players. The full house prize is given – it’s worth £150 at both sites. However, in the 1TG/2TG is the £150 divided by all the players on 1TG/2TG but the Treasure folk get the spins as opposed to the amount of cash offered to Wish players?
We think Mandalay Media need to uniform their promotional games up a little. We don’t mind the fact that the prize games are linked, but the offers need to match up on each site. There’s enough confusion with all the terms and conditions everywhere, without things becoming more complicated.
Wagering terms and conditions apply. All details above were correct when published on April 30, 2018.
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