We’ve seen some brilliant TV-themed titles recently; the various ways in which Friends, Emmerdale and Deal or No Deal have been used has been fascinating.
Things don’t come bigger in the screen entertainment genre than world-famous, blockbuster movies though and in the shape of Grease Bingo we have another huge title converted into a bingo game – and we love it!
How to play
Grease Bingo at its core is a basic 90-ball game. It’s a special title and so isn’t available 24/7, the game being played only from Friday to Sunday each week.
Tickets cost only 0.05 credits each, while full house rollovers and jackpots are featured which we’ll take you through here.
How to Play Grease Bingo
The weekend is the perfect time to play Grease Bingo! Friday to Sunday, you can play alongside Danny and Sandy as well as the other iconic characters from one of the greatest musical movies ever.
Sandy, in her familiar end-of-movie sexy makeover outfit, stands in her famous pose, hands-on-hips next to the bingo cards with Danny on the opposite side. The fairground is used as the backdrop here as famous songs from the musical play out.
The format of the bingo itself is as you’d expect; a 90-ball game with prizes given out for one-line, two-line or full house calls.
Tickets are purchased for only 0.05 credits, although you can buy anything up to 90 per person per game. Slightly differing variations of Grease Bingo are on the market, such as Roll Over Rizzo in which there are extra full house prizes to play for.
As a greatly entertaining 90-ball game Grease Bingo is fun enough, but there are also jackpots to play for. The Grease Bingo Jackpot is progressive and is won when a full house is claimed within 35 calls.
The Grease Bingo Jackpot is a community prize, so it is shared equally between the full house winner and the rest of the players in the room, a feature we love as it keeps us interested especially when missing out narrowly.
Another jackpot here is the You’re the One That I Want jackpot, this time a fixed one rather than a progressive. When a full house is claimed on any number ending in 1, this jackpot kicks in and offers an extra prize.
Return to Player
As with most online bingo games, the RTP here is above 80% and is fair. That’s an average, however, so how much you win and how often is based purely on both luck and well as how many tickets you buy. Given that you can buy up to 90 cards, your chances can increase greatly.
To be honest, it’s an obvious winner sticking 90-ball bingo, Grease Bingo with its characters and songs, cheap tickets and jackpots together. That said, this is far from lazy and indeed it’s a real winner!
A plain game of bingo is simply not encapsulating enough for most players now, so a quirky weekend theme like this one is brilliant for the entertainment factor.