Play 50 Ball Bingo
Not content with offering players access to 36, 40, 75, 80 and 90 ball games, Virtue Fusion brands also offer 50 ball bingo. These games that include Coconut Island and Better Odds Bingo (BOB) are generally exclusive to their individual sites (or networks in the case of Gala, Coral and Ladbrokes).
Apart from BOB the 50 ball variants all adopt a Tombola style approach to price. Before eyes down players select their own ticket price (25p to £2). All players play the same game but the full house prize depends on the ticket price.
How To Play 50 Ball Bingo
Playing 50 ball bingo is exactly the same as 90 ball bingo. Numbers are drawn and those that match the numbers on your card are marked off. Each game card has just 10 numbers. The key difference with 50 ball and other variants is that the bingo card is usually a lot more stylish.
For example, as bowling pins for Bingo Bowl or sprites for Mystical Bingo. Most games also only have a full house prize although some will offer a progressive jackpot. To win this prize players will need to call house within a certain number of calls.
Bubble Pop Bingo
Whilst most of the games featured here are on Virtue Fusion brands, there is a 50 ball game at Tombola. This has a "bubble wrap" theme where numbers are burst with a satisfying popping noise as you play. Unlike the Virtue Fusion games, Tombola's Bingo50 offers prizes for one line and the full house. Tombola's game also has a jackpot and this can be won by calling house in a fixed number of calls.
Cozy Games used to have a 50 ball room but this was closed down when they were taken over by GVC. Dragonfish have never ventured into the 50 ball territory although they do have playing card 52 ball games.
50 Ball Bingo Games
Below you'll find our reviews about just some of the 50 ball bingo versions that you can play or could have played online.