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Buy-In or Package:
All customers must purchase a paper package and/or electronic computer. This “pack” is sold at a given price and is generally required to participate in some bingo session(s) or play certain optional games.
Bingo halls typically use colored paper to distinguish the various games played from each other.
A bingo card that has two numbers in each square. Players only need one number to complete the square. Since each card has twice as many numbers as a regular bingo card, you get double the daubing action! Also called dual daub.
Means the bingo pattern rotates in 90-degree increments.
A bingo pattern that includes the “Free” space. In double and triple bingo, it allows the four outside corners to count as a bingo.
Faces or 12 On, 18 On, 24 On:
The number of cards per bingo sheet.
A bingo pattern that does not include the “Free” space.
Some bingo games are played with wild numbers. When a wild # is used, a player marks (daubs) all the numbers that end with the wild #. For example if the caller announces that the wild # is “33”, the player marks out all of his/her numbers that end in a “3” (3, 13, 23, 33, 43, 53, 63, 73)
Same idea as Wild #. The first ball called determines if odd or even numbers are wild. If the first ball is an odd number, all of the odd numbers are marked out (1, 3, 5, 7, etc.). The same idea applies if the first ball is an even number.
Have Questions? Feel free to ask for assistance.
Our experienced Floor Ushers and Cashiers are available to show you how to play. Just ask any of our friendly staff or let us know you are new to the game. Don’t worry, you are not alone. If you have trouble keeping up, try playing just one of our smaller packages.