Bingo rules

Basically, players buy cards with numbers on them in a 5 x 5 grid corresponding to the five letters in the word B-I-N-G-O. Numbers such as B-2 or 0-68 are then drawn at random (out of a possible 75) until one player completes a 'Bingo' pattern, such as a line with five numbers in a vertical, horizontal or diagonal row on one of their cards and wins the prize. There are many possible patterns to play for.
A bingo card contains 24 numbered spaces and one free space (blank), with which you play Bingo. The numbers are assigned at random on each card and are arranged in five columns of five numbers each by five rows (5 x 5 = 25 in total including the blank square).

The numbers in the B column are between 1 and 15, in the I column between 16 and 30, in the N column (containing four numbers and the free space) between 31 and 45, in the G column between 46 and 60, and in the O column between 61 and 75.
Players have hundreds of thousands of unique (unduplicated) cards to choose from. It is possible, however, that several cards win at a same time. This may happen both when a pattern or a full card wins. A prize amount is always divided by the number of winning cards and awarded in proportion to winning players. A player with two winning tickets gets twice more than a player who owns a single winning ticket at a same time.

Free play

Bingo is not only about play, but about meet and talk. It's a social game. The booming Internet technologies have somewhat distanced people in real world, while at a same time, provided a unique communication tool for those who cannot afford to travel or is bound to a place or circumstances. With Bingolot, we've built a game, which takes the best of the "two worlds". And observing it's paid version, we realized that communicating with each other is the utmost driving factor for players. So we've provided free rooms for those who cannot afford, or just appreciate a social factor the most. It means, that players might get up to 2 cards for free, yet they can chat with others and win real money prizes. Won amounts can be either used to play further and buy cards in other rooms, or be withdrawn (requires a minimum of 50 Euro or more). So this game's not only free, but gives a chance to win real money playing bingo.

Enjoy our bingo game! We wish you the best of luck!