Play Mystic Meg Bingo - 50 Ball Bingo
Article Updated On 27th August 2020
Mystic Meg first came to public attention when she appeared on The National Lottery show way back in 1994. Over time she has had a close association with The Sun and now defunct News Of The World. More recently she's popped up at Sun Bingo and even featured in a slot game. Meg's role at the site has now increased even more with the arrival of the exclusive Mystic Meg Bingo!
- Type Of Game: 50 Ball Bingo
- Cost: 10p to £2
- Open: 24/7
- Jackpots: Progressive in 16/19 calls
- Extras: -
- Special Features: Jackpot is 100% shared by community
Mystic Meg Bingo is another exclusive 50 ball game at Sun Bingo. It joins Winning Headlines and Brits Bingo in the exclusives department. Mystic Meg Bingo is played on a purple curtain backdrop gamecard. There are no bingo numbers instead various horoscope, astronomical and Mystic Meg images are used. Disappointingly there's no sign of Meg doing any calls or announcing winners. We'd have loved to have seen an intro video from her too!
To play Mystic Meg Bingo you first need to select your card price. You can choose 10p, 50p, £1 or £2. You can only purchase one card per game. All players will play the same game but the value of the prizes increase based on ticket price. Each bingo card has 10 numbers and the aim of the game is to coverall all number first in order to win the full house.
To complement the base game, Mystic Bingo also has two progressive jackpots. This Mini Meg is won if house is called in 19 calls or less whilst the Mystic Meg Jackpot must be called in 16 calls. Note that this is a community jackpot and 100% of the pot is shared by the rommies playing the game when the jackpot is won. At time of writing the jackpot was around £1600 (for a £1 ticket). The number of players was just 20 so if won that would mean a decent prize for all.
Mystic Meg Bingo looks good and the one card per game - Tombola style - is a good addition to any lobby. Everyone knows Mystic Meg so it could prove a popular addition. We suspect it may well be used to promote Sun Bingo in adverts at some point in the future. if we're correct this may well be the first celebrity room at any bingo brand? We wonder whether we'll see a Russell Grant Bingo game at another brand in the near future.
The frustration with Mystic Meg Bingo is that it lacks Mystic Meg. In many ways you could just call this Horoscope Bingo! We want to hear Meg doing bingo calls or annoucing the winner. Perhaps she could be looking into a crystal ball and sending out winning vibes to players. Even a daily horoscope would have been nice. In other words it feels like a missed opportunity to make the game more exciting. Worth a look but we want to see more too-oooooh!
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