The word ‘bingo’ makes a lot of compers run in the opposite direction but we’ve found a game that may well appeal. When we stumbled across Krispy Kreme Bingo we naturally assumed that the donut specialists were following in the footsteps of Woolworths, Ann Summers and Iceland. Those three well known high street stores run (or did run – Iceland only remain now) their own branded online bingo sites.
Krispy Kreme Bingo however is a purchase necessary competition. That means you need to buy donuts to take part – oh damn! You’ll collect a unique number when you purchase a “Promotional Box, Single Product or Combo (Cofee with two doughnuts) from Krispy Kreme UK”. You then need to enter that code at their website and this will give you a number on your bingo card.
There are prizes for completing a line and instant win prizes too. The prize include cash up to a maximum of £5000 and plenty of donut vouchers. Krispy Kreme have allocated 127,807 prizes for one line winners and 76,505 chances to win an instant win prize. As this is a purchase necessary competition they do make it clear that not all prizes are guaranteed to be won. In addition only 11 cash prizes are guaranteed as instant win prizes (1 x £1000 from a possible 5 and 10 x £100 from a possible 100).
Krispy Kreme Bingo runs until the 4th September 2016.
If the above doesn’t interest you then how about a free donut? If you sign up for the Krispy Kreme newsletter then you can collect a voucher for a free glazed ring donut. Terms apply and note that this may be a limited time offer.
If you do like bingo then don’t forget that Loquax does have a very extensive section full of news, reviews and sites to visit. There’s a whole host of sites that offer free bingo too plus a regularly updated new bingo site selection. We know some compers aren’t keen, that’s no problem, but it’s that side of Loquax which helps us maintain the competition forum and listings, so we need to plug it from time to time.
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