Types Of Bingo Games

75 Ball Bingo

Originally played in the USA and Canada, 75 ball bingo is played on a 5 x 5 card with columns being given a letter (1st column B, 2nd column I etc). There is a maximum of 75 numbers that can be called, but you will only have to get 15 numbers to call bingo!

90 Ball Bingo

More usually played in the UK, Europe and Australia, 90 ball bingo is played on a card that has 3 rows and 9 columns. The game usually has 3 ‘patterns’ where prizes can be won:
a) Single Line Across
b) Two Lines Across
c) Full House (All three lines)

Bingo Patterns

These are games where the numbers required to win a prize are arranged in a pattern or rather you have get all those numbers to make a call. There are four varieties/categories of pattern:
1) Numbers –For example in the shape of a number 7

2) Alphabet -In the shape of a letter like C

3) Various Patterns –In the shape of an object like a star
4) Multi-Combination Patterns –4 corners for example

Coverall Bingo

Quite simply, all numbers must be covered in order to win a coverall game.

Progressive Jackpots

These are prize funds which grow until someone wins them. The fund will increase as players continually wager on the game. They can build up until they are well into the thousands of pounds.
If a player calls bingo in a set number of balls or fewer then they can claim the progressive jackpot.