There are many types of online bingo game available to play on UK sites now, all offering various ticket prices, jackpots and special features.
Stylised as Roll On or Roll on Bingo, this particular genre of bingo allows for games to keep going after someone has called a full house.
After receiving feedback from regular players, developers have responded to the fact that many, many players’ biggest frustration is a game-ending at a full house just when they were so close to winning it themselves.
With Roll on Bingo games, the excitement carries on after a full house has already been called and it’s a feature we love!
How to play
Roll on is basically bingo with a twist, allowing more players to finish each game with a win.
In ordinary bingo, the game can be over when the one-line, two-line and full house prizes have been given out but in Roll on Bingo the game can continue, albeit with smaller prizes as it continues.
Most major online bingo operators offer forms of this style of bingo now, with the rules being those of whatever title you’ve chosen, allied with the roll-on effects.
Roll On Bingo Features
As we’ve mentioned, the rules to any roll-on bingo game are the same as the title you’ve chosen, but for the fact that the game can continue after someone has called a full house.
An example of a good Roll on Bingo game would be one in which a special time is applied for it, i.e. 7-9 PM on Sundays, so look out for this within your chosen online bingo site.
A limit may be applied, such as the offer of 5 additional roll-on prizes after 1-line, 2-line, 3-line, 4-line and full house prizes have already been given out.
Typically, tickets may cost 2 coins given the extra prizes on offer, with a maximum of 50 per person available to purchase per game. There are usually around 10 prizes given out on each game with a guarantee in some games of 450 coins to fight for, while progressive jackpots are often excluded.
Return to Player
As with many online bingo games, roll on bingo games tend to boast a Return to Player percentage in excess of 80%. This is a good threshold and usually means fair value for money for your ticket price, although you should always check the RTP offered by your specific online bingo operator.
We all want to keep the entertainment and excitement going, and Roll on Bingo is the perfect way to achieve that.
There is nothing worse than waiting for one number and then seeing someone else land the full house, but with roll-on bingo, that frustration is taken away!
There are cheaper alternatives in the online bingo world, some of which even boast bigger jackpots, but paying 2+ coins for tickets and being given a much great chance of winning is good for those who are looking to have a great chance of regular wins.