Win £10Million With Mega Bingo Millions
This Promotion Ends On 12th April 2020 - Article Updated On 6th March 2020
Bingo Millions was one of the big new games of 2019. Just in case you've not heard of this variation, it's essentially a bingo meets lotto game. A 90 ball version can be played at Buzz Bingo and Jumpman sites. However, Buzz also boasts exclusivity on 75 ball and 80 ball versions. They're also hosting another of their exclusive big money games in April and that could see one player win a massive £10 Million!
Before you rush over to Buzz Bingo waving your cash and demanding they sell you tickets, let's just take a moment to look at this game in more detail. The game itself plays at 10.30pm on Saturday 12th April 2020. Tickets cost £1 each but if you choose to purchase 5 then you'll get an extra ticket free. Players can max out at 60 tickets and this will cost £50.
How To Play Mega Bingo Millions
The Bingo Millions 90 game plays as any other 90 ball game with numbers being drawn at random. However, play is against the number calls as opposed to fellow roomies. Call one line in under 35 calls, two lines in under 55 call or full house in under 70 calls to win a prize. The prize is dependent on how many calls it takes to achieve 1L, 2L or FH. For example win £1 if you get one line within 31-35 calls.
The prizes can be won up to the number calls indicated. Usually once one line is won the game moves on to the two lines. However that's not the case in Millions. If Player A gets a full house at 50 calls, the game progresses until all 70 calls have been made. This means that it's possible to have numerous winners for 1L, 2L and FH. That all sounds great, but what about the big money?
The Odds Of Winning £10 Million
The headline prize is £10 Million and we can tell you now that the chance of winning is remote. To become a bingo multi millionaire you'll need to call house in 15 to 30 calls. The odds of winning a 90 ball game in 30 calls is 1 in 295,232,118! In comparison, the odds of winning The National Lottery is 1 in 45,057,474. That means you're 6.5 times more likely to win the lottery than this £10 Million game.
Most 90 ball games are won in the 49 to 64 ball range but if that happens in this Bingo Millions game you won't win £10million. As this is a sliding jackpot game the highest amount of prize money for the Full House will most likely be £200. Of course we hope it'll be more - and it'd be great if the £10million is won. However, it's good to know the odds before committing to playing. A full break down of the prizes can be found at Buzz Bingo. Additionally this game is being played on Jumpman sites including Slots Gold and Zeus Bingo.
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