Play Bingo Millions - 75 Ball Bingo
Article Updated On 14th January 2020
When the 80 Ball version of Bingo Millions arrived in July the operators, Mutuel Play, indicated that other variants would follow. Therefore it's no surprises that there's now a 75 ball version of the game. It joins the original 90 ball Bingo Millions and it now means Buzz Bingo players have six opportunities a week to play for a big money progressive jackpot.
- Type Of Game: 75 Ball Bingo
- Cost: 50p
- Open: Tuesday & Friday at 10pm
- Jackpots: £1.5 Million Progressive (linked to 80 and 90 ball)
- Extras: Game always runs to 65 calls
- Special Features: 10% Of Profits To Charity
Bingo Millions 75 Ball is currently exclusive to Buzz Bingo and it joins the 90 ball Bingo Millions game as well as a Bingo Millions instant win. The 75 ball game only plays twice a week at 10pm, Sunday and Thursday. It costs 50p a ticket to play and it's possible to purchase tickets up to 8 weeks in advance. Strips of tickets can be purchased for £2.50 each. Strips consist of five tickets so essentially it's buy five get one free. The maximum number of tickets that can be purchased per game is 60.
If you're not heard of Bingo Millions before then it's not quite like other bingo games. Usually when a full house is called the game is over. Additionally players who achieve 1L, 2L, 3L, 4L and FH would share the prize pot. That's not the case with Millions. In the 75 ball game 60 bingo calls will occur regardless of what happens. Players who get 1L, 2L, 3L, 4L or FH within a certain number of calls get a fixed prize.
To take home the big money full house would need to be won in 25 to 35 calls. As with the 90 ball game the odds of this occurring is quite close to never! However, with Bingo Millions expanding it's offerings and the number of sites involved then who knows - we may actually see a bingo millionaire. We're not going to hold our breath, but it'd be huge publicity for any bingo brand that did see someone walk away with big money.
One line prizes vary from £100 to a free strip of cards. However 1L must be achieved by 24 calls. The 2L prizes range from £5000 to a free strip, but there are no prizes after 40 calls. There's £25K on offer for a 3L win in 15 to 19 calls. However that goes down to a free strip when you reach 46-50 calls. The top prize for 4L is £50,000 but this must be done in 20 to 24 calls. Finally the big money is on offer for a full house - but as mentioned above you'll be very lucky to win big.
More than likely you'll be in with a shout for prizes ranging from £1000 (46 to 50 calls) through to a free strip of tickets (61 to 65 calls). As you can gather, there's a good chance of winning a strip of tickets in every game. One thing worth checking out is the winning amounts from previous games. As Bingo Millions 75 Ball is new there's not much data, but in the next few months you should get a picture of how much is being won each week.
As far as we're aware, Bingo Millions 90 ball does also offer bingo contributions to charity. This means that 10% of ticket sales go to charitable organisations. The same policy applies to the 75 ball game so keeps Bingo Millions in line with the lottery. One thing that is missing is details of which charities are benefiting from the game and how much is being donated on a regular basis.
Bingo Millions 75 Ball is an unsurprising addition to the 'Millions stable. Whilst it's good news that players can now play for over £1.5million+ six times a week we do wonder if these new versions dilute the original? A further concern is that since Millions started just £138 has been added to the progressive jackpot. We suspect that the game needs wider appeal than just being exclusive at Buzz.
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