Will You Be A Halloween Bingo Millionaire?
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Last month we told you about the Mega Bingo Millions game that was scheduled at Buzz Bingo. This special version of the bingo vs lotto variant had a top prize of £10million. The good news is that this big money game is back for another run on Halloween. Once again there's a headline prize of £10million. This is joined by another £10million Super Millionaire game at Moon. But are these Halloween games tricks or treats?
Mega Bingo Millions
- 90 Ball
- 10.30pm 31st October
- £1 Tickets
- Call House in 15-30 calls
- 1L, 2L, FH Multiple Winners
- 75 Ball
- 10pm 31st October
- £1 Tickets
- Call House in 1-24 calls
- £1000 Guaranteed
Mega Bingo Millions takes plat at 10.30pm on 31st October over at Buzz. This is a sliding jackpot game which means that the prize money decreases as the number of calls increase. You can only win the big prize if a full house is called in 15 to 30 calls. Tickets for the game cost £1 and these are available to pre-buy. But is the game worth a go? Well the only thing we can go on is the stats shown for the previous game on the 28th September 2019. However it's not 100% clear whether the numbers given are for the Bingo 90 and Bingo Mega Millions games or just the one.
Even so what we do know is that the biggest prize won was £50. On a more positive note the game(s) did generate 259 winners and £2553 in prize money was distributed amongst the participants. It took at least 15 calls to get the first one line and 32 calls before the first second line was won. The lowest number of calls required to achieve a full house was 54. We can't be 100% sure but we think the prizes have changed from the 28th September game to the 31st October. So what does this mean?
As expected it's highly unlikely you'll be taking home £10million playing this game. We had anticipated that the biggest win would be a few hundred pounds so it's very disappointing to see the top prize as £50. That said most people play the lottery for the chance to win a top prize but are usually happy with a small payout or free ticket. And this is perhaps the best way to approach Bingo Mega Millions - a very remote shot of winning a huge prize, but with a good chance of getting something smaller.
Mega Bingo Millions isn't the only big money sliding jackpot that's taking place on Halloween. Tip Top Bingo, Robin Hood, Moon and others will be hosting another of their Super Millionaire games. Eyes down is at 10pm and tickets cost £1 each. To win the super jackpot on this 75 ball game you'll need to call house between 1 and 24 calls. The chances of that occurring are pretty much remote but which games is better: Super Millionaire or Mega Bingo Millions?
Above you'll see the "tale of the tape" for these two games. Both cost the same so it all comes down to prizes. The advantage of Super Millionaire over it's Mega Bingo Millions rival is that the winner is at least guaranteed a decent full house prize. The guaranteed jackpot at Moon Bingo et al is £1000 - considerably more than the likely full house wins on Mega. However Mega's advantage is that there are prizes for 1L, 2L and FH. Additionally there will always be more winners, even if those wins are free tickets. The best approach may well be to play a couple of tickets on both games - that way you get the best of both worlds.
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