Play Bingo Millions - 90 Ball Bingo
Added On 9th July 2019
Last year the Dragonfish Network decided to put their million pound games to sleep. This left only the Self Made Millionaire sliding jackpot game across the Moon group that offered bingo players the opportunity to win big. Of course the chances of winning the top jackpot are pretty slim! Anyway, Buzz Bingo have decided to add to the million quid game portfolio with their Bingo Millions 90 Ball Game.
- Type Of Game: 90 Ball Bingo
- Cost: 50p
- Open: Wednesday & Saturday at 10pm
- Jackpots: £1.5 Million Progressive
- Extras: Game always runs to 65 calls
- Special Features: 10% Of Profits To Charity
Bingo Millions is exclusive to Buzz Bingo and is almost their antidote to The National Lottery. The game only plays twice a week at 10pm, Wednesday and Saturday. It costs 50p a ticket to play and it's possible to purchase tickets up to 8 weeks in advance. The maximum number of tickets per player per game is 60. However, we'd be surprised if someone did spend £30 maxing out on this game.
The game itself is a traditional 90 ball game. There are no gimmicks or additional elements. The numbers are drawn and players win with one line, two lines and the full house. However, this is a sliding jackpot game so the prizes for 1L, 2L, and FH vary depending on the number of calls. For example to win £1000 for 1L you'll need to win in 5 to 9 calls.
To take home the big money full house would need to be won in 15 to 30 calls. The probablity of this occurring is quite close to never! In fact we'd be surprised if Buzz ever make a bingo millionaire. Dragonfish ran their network games three times a week for years and never gave away the jackpot. More realistically we'd expect the wins to be between £20 to £250 most weeks.
One thing that may dissapoint at first glance of Bingo Millions is that the lowest win is a free strip of cards. This is the prize if FH is called in 61-65 numbers and there's a high probability that will occur. However, there is good news. In Bingo Millions the game continues to 65 calls regardless of the first person to get a full house.
This means a player could call a win on ball 40, but further full house winners could be created as the calls continue. This gives the game more of a lotto feel to it and is similar to the way Gala's Hot House game works. This roll on effect basically means that Bingo Millions creates more winners - although the chances are that the majority will be small cash prizes or free strips for the next game.
Another feather in Bingo Millions' cap is that it supports charity - so yes another nod towards The National Lottery. Buzz will donate 10% of profits from each game to it's chosen charity. It's not clear however which charity is currently being supported or how much money per game is being raised.
There's a lot to like about Bingo Millions. It's not too expensive, offers a big progressive jackpot, has roll on full houses and supports charity. It is very much lotto meets bingo. However, the big prize is a tad gimmicky because the odds of winning are very very (recurring) slim. In fact you have more chance of winning the lotto.
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