Bingo Millions has proven to be hugely popular already, especially the 80-ball and 90-ball variants, and now a 75-ball version has been added to the schedule.
Creator Buzz Bingo now boasts six chances a week in Bingo Millions for players to play for huge, progressive jackpots.
The basic premise is that of a typical 75-ball bingo game. Tickets cost 0.50 coins each and games are available for this variant of Bingo Millions on Tuesdays and Fridays at 10 pm.
Bingo Millions 75-Ball Bingo’s progressive jackpots, which are linked to the 80 and 90-ball games, can reach 1.5million coins with the game always running up to 65 calls. 10% of the profits from the game go to charitable causes.
How to play
Buzz Bingo has Bingo Millions as an exclusive set of games. The 75-ball variant now joins the stable, with games being played twice a week.
Tickets are only 0.50 coins and can be bought up to 8 weeks prior to games taking place, with strips of tickets for each game available at 2.50 coins.
Games then follow the normal bingo rules; numbers are called regularly up to 75 and cards can be marked automatically.
Bingo Millions 75-Ball Bingo Special Features
Bingo Millions 75-Ball Bingo game has a few extra features to keep in mind.
Instead of the game being over once a full house is called, in Bingo Millions 75-Ball Bingo those waiting for one, two, three or four numbers get a chance to share the prizes.
Within 60 overall calls, those with 1-4 numbers left or a full house will get a fixed prize. The biggest money is won when players call house in 25-35 calls.
in Bingo Millions 75-Ball Bingo, prizes for a single line range from 100 coins up to a free strip of cards, as long as a line win is achieved inside 24 calls. Two-line prizes range from 5000 coins to another free strip, but not after 40 calls.
Three lines are worth 25,000 coins in 15 to 19 calls, though the amount goes down significantly from 46 calls onward. 4-line prizes are 50,000 coins in 20-24 calls but the big bucks are reserved for a full house – though it is very rare in this game and is worth a fortune!
10% of all profits made from Bingo Millions 75-Ball Bingo games are sent to charity, in a similar way to that organised by the National Lottery.
Return to Player
The Return to Player percentage, or RTP, is always above 80% in Buzz’s Bingo Millions games, including in the 75-ball variant. This is a fair figure for a game of this nature and while lower than most online slot games, is a good return.
The online bingo market is completely flooded with cheap or even free games to help people pass the time, and long may that continue.
However, for those looking to win some serious lottery-style amounts while also having fun, playing Bingo Millions is a great invention.
The 75-ball version is exhilarating and can completely change the lives of those lucky enough to win!