Owing to work schedules and busy day-time lives, the majority of online bingo activity is in the evening and The Late Night Show Bingo at Penny Bingo is made exactly for this.
The problem ordinarily is that, once the jackpots have been claimed prizes tend to shrink markedly and that leaves the real late-nighters with nothing much to win.
This Dragonfish Jackpot game, The Late Night Show Bingo, is just the ticket for night owls however and we think it’s absolutely superb!
How to play
The Late Night Show Bingo doesn’t even get going until 12.45 AM each day. Tickets are available from only 0.01 coins each, although you will need to buy at least 96 of them to get involved that still leaves us with a minimum cost of less than a quid.
Player numbers are limited to 100 per game and tickets cannot be pre-bought, they can only be claimed from 12.30 am just 15 minutes before the game gets going.
The Late Night Show Bingo Features
The Late Night Show Bingo is a straightforward 90-ball bingo game. The full house prize is worth 50 coins, though there are additional prizes of 20 coins for a line and 30 coins for two lines.
If you are lucky enough to win one of these amounts, your winnings are given out as cash and so there are no wagering requirements. If you win, you can cash out!
Bingo cards are in the traditional format and numbers are called in the way you’d expect. Cards can be marked automatically if you prefer making the game very easy.
Some websites allow only 50 players, others 75 and the maximum is 100 meaning you always have a fair chance of grabbing some cash.
The Big £10K
This is a superb idea; the game is aimed specifically at those who only have time to play during the late hours but it is not the only one.
Those joining loyalty programs however can also get entry into The Big £10K. Taking place only on the 10th day of each month, this promotion involved players being invited with all getting a return.
While The Big £10,000 is a great initiative, late-night players may well simply see it as a bonus and so the advent of The Late Night Show Bingo is fantastic with only bigger jackpots being a way to improve it further.
Return to Player
Most online bingo games have a Return to Player percentage, or RTP, of around 80% to 85% and The Late Night Show Bingo is no different in that regard.
This return is not as big as most online slots, but it does represent a very fair return for all players though a lot depends on how many tickets you personally buy and how many other players are in the game.
While potential win amounts aren’t huge, the fact that the jackpots are kept specifically for night owls in The Late Night Show Bingo is a great idea and one we hope catches on with more expensive games in the future.