It’ll be in your ears and in your eyes…it was, of course, 1967 hit Beatles song – now you can get your eyes down for Penny Lane the game from respected, long-established operator Mecca.
This 90-ball bingo room is open 24 hours, and, best of all, you’re guaranteed never to have to pay more than a penny for a ticket to play it, bar a few special occasions, whatever time of day you play, making it one of Mecca’s best-value offerings.
How to play
You can buy up to 120 penny tickets for each game you play in Penny Lane.
Enter this room via Mecca’s bingo lobby, and choose the number of tickets you want to purchase before the game kicks off.
In each game, the standard hat-trick of prizes is up for grabs: for successfully completing a single line, two lines and bagging Full House.
At the same time, each session comes with a minimum guaranteed jackpot. And the final prize sums are only decided after a game has begun since it’s determined by how many tickets have been purchased for it. The more tickets have been bought, the higher that final jackpot will be.
Penny Lane Bingo Special features
On top of the regular prizes available for completing one or two lines, plus Full House wins, there are a couple of extra jackpots to play for.
During some games, if you manage Full House within just 33 calls, you get to land the Mega Ball Booster jackpot, where the prize is at least £10,000.
Similarly, do that within 38 calls on some games and you’re in line for the Maxi Ball Booster jackpot and a prize of at least £500.
To make things even more exciting and interesting, Penny Lane is one of a select collection of games to offer Mecca’s Premiere Bingo Jackpots. These pop up at random, and there are five tiers of prizes up for grabs, from bronze to diamond level, shelling out rewards from a tenner to more than £30k.
Get the weekend off to a cracking start with Penny Lane’s Friday evening Mini Firecracker games, which blast off from 7 pm onwards. Again, this costs just 1p to play and you can win a tidy £55 which could certainly help fund some weekend socialising!
Return to Player (RTP)
Return to Player or RTP, the sum paid out in prizes relative to the amount staked and always expressed as a percentage, isn’t always published for individual bingo games. However, with bingo, it typically hovers somewhere around the 80% mark.
You don’t have to be a Beatles fan to play and love this game, or even to have been to Liverpool! It’s fun, straightforward and potentially nicely lucrative. It may not offer blue suburban skies or a barber’s shop, but there’s something nicely nostalgic about this game.
Sign up to Mecca and you’ll find it’s just one of many different bingo rooms to enjoy. Equally, of course, you’ll be playing with a much-trusted, reputable operator which is pretty generous when it comes to bonuses and promotions.
So head on down to Penny Lane today – and let us know what you thought.