As its name suggests, bingo75 is a 75-ball game, and it’s a thrilling one that’s unsurprisingly a popular choice with players. Offered exclusively via the well-established Tombola platform, it’s a straightforward yet original offering that just involves completing a shape by crossing off numbers to hit the jackpot. That means you’ll quickly feel at home, whether you’re an old bingo hand or a total newcomer.
Equally, there are a couple of friendly moderated chat rooms from which to take your pick – natter away to fellow fans of everyone’s favourite game and enjoy some light-hearted bingo banter in the Stars or the Stripes chat areas. There’s no obligation to chat, but you’ll almost certainly have a lot more fun if you do!
Want to play on the go? Just download the Tombola mobile app and you’re away.
How to play
During each game, players complete a shape by crossing off numbers as they’re called. The first player to do so is the winner, and it really is as simple as that. With no lines as such, there are therefore no other prizes. Any prizes won at the same time are shared.
Ticket prices start from a mere 10p and go up to £1. Prizes vary for each game, depending on a number of factors, including the number of players in a game, how many tickets were bought, and at what price.
Choose your chat room and then purchase your tickets and just wait for the next available game to kick off. Once it’s underway, you’ll see all your tickets laid out, and the game’s shape overlaid above them.
Each call is made in the same way as regular bingo, but those you match within the pattern are marked in a different colour. Among the shapes are a T (for tombola, obvs), a kiss, a flower and the word HI. Look out for the numbers marked in a different colour – they’re the ones within the shape, and count towards the game prize.
Your ticket’s number is marked with the matching number as each draw is called.
Bingo75 special features
A £500 jackpot is yours if you can complete the game’s shape in fewer calls than the number at the side of the jackpot. (This is something that will be different for each shape.) What’s more, if more than one player hits the jackpot, prizes don’t have to be shared – everyone gets their prize in full.
In common with most online bingo games, there are no bonus rounds or features in bingo75, and you should note that the jackpot is not a progressive one. However, check out the promotions page for details of regular promos and special offers. There’s also a good VIP loyalty scheme.
Return to Player (RTP)
The Return to Player or RTP of bingo75 isn’t advertised, as it isn’t for any of this operator’s bingo offerings. But it is guaranteed to be more than 80%, in common with all Tombola bingo games.
Bingo rooms at Tombola tend to get pretty busy, and you’ll find a great online community here, plus there are invariably lots of tickets available at low prices. Equally, you have the reassurance of knowing you’re playing with a respected bingo specialist which takes player safety, security and well-being seriously. So stay in shape with bingo75!