The Bingo Millions series has been a great addition to the online bingo world, provided by Buzz Bingo. The longer, 90-ball variation of this game was the first to launch back in 2019 and now we have a 75 and this fantastic 80-ball variety.
While sticking to traditional bingo values, the huge prizes on offer and the charitable elements make Bingo Millions – 80-Ball Bingo a good link between bingo and lottery.
How to play
The basic premise is that this is an 80-ball bingo game. Tickets cost 0.50 credits each and the game is available to play each Thursday and Sunday from 10pm at Buzz Bingo.
Jackpots in Bingo Millions – 80-Ball Bingo can go right up to 1.5million credits, though this is a progressive and so is linked to the 75-ball and 90-ball games. Calls in the 80-ball game run right up to 60 calls and 10% of all profit goes to charity.
How to Play Bingo Millions – 80-ball Bingo
The Bingo Millions series of games is a Buzz Bingo exclusive, so you’ll need to be a member there to play. Tickets for games running twice a week are 0.50 credits each and can be bought up to 8 weeks in advance, with strips on sale for 2 credits.
Individual players can buy up to 50 tickets for each game, meaning a maximum fee of 25 credits, while the games are called in the style of normal 80-ball bingo.
Bingo Millions Extra Features
Bingo Millions – 80-Ball Bingo is run as a normal game, but the features are outstanding.
Here, the game isn’t over when the full house is called. Those who achieve certain prizes (one column etc) within a given number of calls get different, fixed jackpots.
Multiple Winners in Bingo Millions – 80-Ball Bingo
Prizes for landing a column range from 250 credits, though must be landed in 20 calls or less. Two columns can lead to 5,000 credits in 35 calls or under, while 25,000 credits can be claimed for getting three columns in 12 to 15 calls.
The numbers here, even without the progressive jackpot, can be pretty life-changing while it also means there are numerous winners per game which is definitely part of Bingo Millions’ charms.
Charity from Bingo Millions – 80-Ball Bingo
10% of all ticket sales for Bingo Millions games at Buzz Bingo goes to charity. This is something that is done similarly via the National Lottery, and is another reason for players to support the game.
Return to Player
Across the Bingo Millions series, including in this Bingo Millions – 80-Ball Bingo version, the Return to Player percentage (RTP) runs at between 80% and 85%. This is taken across all players, all games and for over a whole month so your own chances of a win will vary by how many tickets you buy and of course how lucky you are!
Of course, this is a money-maker for Buzz Bingo, but the huge prizes on offer, the relatively low ticket price and the charitable element all mean there is very little reason not to get involved in any Bingo Millions game. It’s just a pity this only runs twice a week!