Rollercoaster Bingo
offered by Mecca Bingo

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Category:
Bingo Bingo
Jackpot:
Up to £70,000
Return to Player:
80% +
Provider:
Proprietary
Features:
90-ball game, Play from 0.02 coins up to 0.09 coins, Premiere Bingo Jackpots: Bronze Jackpot – fixed at 10 coins, Silver Jackpot – fixed at 50 coins, Gold Jackpot – fixed at 100 coins, Platinum Jackpot - 5,000 to 10,000 coins, Diamond Jackpot - 10,000 to 70,000 coins

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Description

Rollercoasters are the very definition of cheap thrills. We all love them, we all like a wild ride for not a lot of money, and so Rollercoaster Bingo is absolutely perfect for us!

Rollercoaster Bingo keeps to the basic, bingo tradition of being a 90-ball game and just as in the days when prize bingo was played at funfairs as the rollercoaster roared nearby, tickets are incredibly cheap.

You can play Rollercoaster Bingo from 0.02 coins up to 0.09 coins. There cannot be a cheaper way to enjoy bingo! This is a title that can be played on desktop and mobile and it comes with some funky themes too.

Look out for the Big Dipper, and for that matter the Little Dipper too, but we’ll explain more about that shortly.

While Rollercoaster Bingo is a very cheap way to play, winning a prize does get you involved in Mecca Bingo’s Premiere Bingo Jackpots too which offer the chance to play for much bigger cash wins.

How to play

Rollercoaster Bingo is a familiar format; a 90-ball game. It is available to play from midday to 11 PM, tickets are available from 0.02 coins a go and there are potential wins of up to 1,000 coins.

Rollercoaster Bingo Features

Every ticket is made up in the traditional way for a 90-ball game. They come with three rows and 9 columns. Each row features five numbers for a total of 15 on each ticket. The more of these you buy, the bigger chance you have of claiming a prize.

Again, keeping with tradition the prizes to be won come from claiming one line, two lines or a full house.

You can play different versions of Rollercoaster Bingo too. The Big Dipper is a variant offering tickets from 0.05 to 0.09 coins each, while the Little Dipper has tickets at only 0.03 – 0.05 coins.

No matter what game you choose, you will be playing a very entertaining game for very little money.

Premiere Bingo Jackpots

If you’re lucky enough, via Rollercoaster Bingo at Mecca you can take part in their Premiere Bingo Jackpots. Winners are random and they get the chance to claim one of these bonuses:

  • Bronze Jackpot – fixed at 10 coins
  • Silver Jackpot – fixed at 50 coins
  • Gold Jackpot – fixed at 100 coins
  • Platinum Jackpot – 5,000 to 10,000 coins
  • Diamond Jackpot – 10,000 to 70,000 coins

Return to Player

As is the case with just about all 90-ball online bingo games, the Return to Player (RTP) percentage in Rollercoaster Bingo sits at around the 80% mark.

This is very fair but is based on wins across the board and so if you want to increase your chances of a win you will need to play for 0.09 coins rather than 0.02 coins and buy as many tickets as you reasonably can.

Verdict

We can’t help it, but we love a traditional 90-ball game. The difference with Rollercoaster Bingo versus many games available online is that the theme puts you in mind of fairground days and it is incredibly cheap to play.

Game FAQ

Where can I play Rollercoaster Bingo online?

Rollercoaster Bingo can be played at the following online Operators: Mecca Bingo

Who developed the game Rollercoaster Bingo?

Rollercoaster Bingo has been developed by the software provider Proprietary

What type of game is Rollercoaster Bingo?

Rollercoaster Bingo is categorised as Bingo

What devices can I play Rollercoaster Bingo on?

Rollercoaster Bingo can be played on

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