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New National Bingo Game At Your Local Club

Posted by: BingoGal - Thursday, Feb. 23rd 2017 7:16 AM

Many online bingo players have also visited their local club for a game or two and if you do this on a regular basis, and have been recently you will have noticed that the National Game has changed quite a bit. On 6th February 2017, the game started to offer more ways to win and the changes are already proving both lucrative, and popular, with retail bingo players.

Prior to the amendments, the National Bingo Game boasted just three prizes; the in-house prize of your club for calling the full house, the regional, and the national but all could only be won by calling the full house. The latter two only if you had called in the lowest amount of numbers in participating clubs like Gala Bingo or Mecca (some independents also join).

Traditional 90 Ball For The National Bingo Game

The most obvious change is that there are now prizes for the one line and two line winners too but that’s not all, there is also a Community Prize on specific games and a higher jackpot on some games.

Afternoon Sessions

The afternoon National Game will still cost £1 but will have prizes of £1,000 for the line and £2,000 for the two lines. The full house prize will be up to £7,000 on a Sunday through until Friday with the Saturday night prize being up to £15,000.

The community jackpot prize will be £10,000 but will not play on every game, see in club promotions for details. This will be shared amongst all players in the club that the winner of the National Game is found.

Evening Sessions

The cost of the National Game for the evening sessions will be £1 for a strip of six or £2 if you want the National Bonus game too.

The prize money will be one line for £2,000 and £3,000 for the two lines. The full house prize will be up to £18,000 for a Monday through until Thursday and then up to £30,000 on a Friday through Sunday.

The £50,000 jackpot is played on various nights of the week, again see in club promotions for the details with regards to this.

Of course, you can also play for big money prizes online at, but sadly the National Game has yet to make the transition to online gaming. That’s not to say we won’t see it in the future.

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