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City Bingo’s Tea Queen

Friday, Jun. 23rd 2017 4:20 AM

You know you have made it in life when you are invited to sit down for a nice cup of tea and a cucumber sandwich with her Her Royal Highness. That is exactly what has happened to City Bingo‘s cute purple kitty this week, and whilst he is away at the palace, you have the chance to win your very own tea party thanks to his Tea Queen promotion.

This exciting new promotion from City Bingo is running until Saturday 1st July, where it will end with the 90-ball Tea Queen game. You can take part with a maximum of 96 cards and join in the fun whilst sitting at home on the computer or whilst you are out and about thanks to their mobile bingo app. If you can’t get online, don’t fret as your cards will be played for you.

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Gala Bingo Slapped With An Advert Ban

Thursday, Jun. 22nd 2017 7:46 AM

When any online bingo brand chooses to advertise their wares on television, they are required to adhere to a number of strict rules. These are laid out in the UK Code of Broadcast Advertising (BCAP Code). This code is applied to all adverts and over the years, many bingo sites have fallen foul of the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) for breaching a number of different codes. Recently it was the turn of Gala Bingo and an advert for a promotion that focused on The Chase bingo at their site.

In this instance, the one complaint that was received about the Gala Bingo advert was focused on the small print that appeared on the screen. The complainant felt that it was illeligible and the ASA agreed which resulted in the complaint being upheld, and the advert not to be shown again in its current form.

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Lucky Pants Bingo £10K Slider

Tuesday, Jun. 20th 2017 7:44 AM

Can you believe June is nearly over? We’ve just 10 days left and July will be here! However, whilst we’re over half the way through the year at the end of this month, it also brings with it the £10,000 slider jackpot at Lucky Pants Bingo. Each month, on the last Friday (30th June), 20p will get you in on the game that offers an impressive top prize.

You can pre-buy your tickets, something that Lucky Pants Bingo have insisted on because the last day of any month is usually pay day. For many that means a night out so pre-buying your cards means you don’t miss out on your chance to take a share of the prize money!

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Have A Summer Party On Film Bingo

Sunday, Jun. 18th 2017 7:48 AM

Earlier in the month we reported on the exclusive promotion that Film Bingo is running for it’s members, the Fab Father’s Day offer. Running alongside this is the network promotion for all sites on the 15 Network and for June, it’s the Summer Party.

Whilst the weather has continued to be changeable, we’ve seen some days where the sun has had his hat on and it’s these that the weekly prizes on offer at Film Bingo are going to be great for. Each week, and there is only this week and next left, two party packs worth £185 each will be given away across the network. Please note: qualifying for this week’s draw is only available until 23:59 tomorrow evening.

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Costa Bingo Are Sorted For Summer

Friday, Jun. 16th 2017 4:02 AM

If Summer ever decides to arrive, you’ll need to be prepared. This means getting your new wardrobe in place, tackling all those little DIY jobs and making sure the garden is ready to entertain your friends and family. No matter which one of these jobs you decide to tackle first, you should make the time to check out Costa Bingo‘s Summer Sorted promotion, as the prizes they have lined up are sure to come in handy.

This exciting new promotion from Costa Bingo is leading up to the 90-ball Summer Sorted game, that is all set to take place at 10:30pm on Wednesday 21st June. Sunny has made sure the lucky winners will be able to hit the shops in style thanks to a whopping £500 worth of shopping vouchers that can be used at hundreds of different retailers.

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