If you like your bingo to have a bit of a kick, you’ll love Jackpotjoy’s Bingo 20! Not only is it packed with fun, but it’s also about a lot more than just ticking off the numbers in the usual way. It’s also about recreating patterns to win.
How to play
How to Play Bingo 20
Ticket prices for Bingo 20 start from a mere penny, going up to no more than 25p. To buy yours, just click on Get Tickets to see what tickets are available for the next game. Choose how many you want before clicking on Buy. (You will then have the choice to proceed to the game or purchase more tickets.)
Once the game has kicked off, you can choose to use its automatic daubers to mark off your cards. This will also show you how many balls you need to win either a line prize or the whole game. But it doesn’t matter how you do it. You just need to mark off the numbers on your bingo card with each call to win cash prizes.
The size of the prizes up for grabs will depend on various things. This includes how many players are in the game, how many tickets they purchased, and what price the tickets are.
Bingo 20 involves a total of 75 numbers. These are called as the game proceeds, while every card has 25 numbers on it.
Bingo 20 Special Features
When you buy a ticket for Bingo 20, a part of what you pay goes towards the game’s jackpot. To win it, you’ll have to mark off your card within a particular number of calls, and this will vary from one game to another, but note that it’s not a progressive jackpot.
Chat is a key part of online bingo’s appeal, and Jackpotjoy makes it really easy to have a good old gab with your bingo buddies. This operator is particularly known for its sociable community and good-humoured banter. Just pop your message in the little box at the bottom of your chat screen then hit Send or press enter and you’re good to go!
As ever, chat hosts are on hand to keep an eye on players, and they’re easily identified because their words are in red.
Like many online bingo games, there are no bonus rounds as such. The fun comes in the main sessions.
Return to Player (RTP)
RTP or Return to Player reflects the sum of money Jackpotjoy has paid to players relative to all wagering on the games. In Bingo 20, this is 80.99% to 85.45%, which isn’t a bad average for bingo at all.
We reckon you’re in for a lot of fun with Bingo 20. After all, you have the reassurance of playing with one of the UK’s biggest, highest-profile and most popular online bingo providers. They run regular promos, including, for example, a tidy £50 worth of free bingo when new players deposit a tenner.
There are plenty of other games you can visit any time you wish, so you’ll never tire of the site. Give Bingo 20 a go – and don’t forget to let us know what you think.