It may be light by name, but bingoLite from award-winning operator Tombola is far from light by nature.
In fact, when it comes to the good stuff like fun and entertainment, this hugely popular 90-ball game is something of a heavyweight. However, with tickets from just 2p, it’s easy on the wallet. The stakes may be smaller, but there’s no stinting on enjoyment.
You’ll find bingoLite a traditional sort of game, following standard bingo conventions, and there are eight clubs you can play in, each with its own chat room and pricing structure. So there is lots to enjoy here.
How to play
It’s not complicated to get your head around playing bingoLite. As usual, players win prizes for completing a line or marking off Full House before anyone else. The standard auto daubers are also on offer, allowing you to concentrate on the important business of having fun and chatting to your bingo buddies.
However, you can, of course, mark off your own numbers manually if you prefer. You can even change the colour of your dauber if you want to.
Play with just a single ticket, or purchase up to four strips for bingoLite. Ticket prices kick off from 2p and go up to 40p, with prices in each game depending on factors such as how many players there are, the number of tickets purchased and the price they were bought for.
Bingo Lite Special features
To bag the progressive jackpot, you’ll need to mark off all your numbers within 43 calls or fewer. And all though prizes are shared if there’s more than one winner, that doesn’t apply to the jackpot, so it’s a case of winners keepers!
The chat feature
Add to the excitement of this online bingo game by having a gab with your fellow players, taking your pick from no fewer than nine chat rooms. The friendly chat hosts are around to natter, too, and will answer any questions you may have. Equally, they may occasionally throw in a quick quiz question for extra fun.
All the clubs in bingoLite link together every 30 minutes to create a single juicy prize pot, with everyone playing a link game chasing the same jackpot. To win you need to fill in a line, two lines or complete Full Houses before anyone else.
The link games are also ideal if you work shifts or are a night owl since they run through the small hours from 1 am to 9 am nightly.
Return to Player (RTP)
RTP or Return to Player is a single figure, expressed as a percentage, which refers to how much of the money wagered is returned to the player. Tombola doesn’t publish figures for individual games, but its bingo offerings have a guaranteed RTP that’s always more than 80%.
bingoLite is an affordable, fun and straightforward affair that you will especially enjoy if you like 90-ball games. It’s highly flexible, while the link games add another dimension to it.
Tombola is a trusted and well-established bingo specialist, with a sociable online community and a great mobile app, offering games you won’t find anywhere else. There’s a strong programme of bonuses and promos, from the VIP scheme to the newcomer offer of depositing £25 to play with £75.
Try bingoLite for yourself – and let us know how you get on.