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90 Ball Bingo

Bingo is loved all around the world and like everything here at dotty bingo, our 90 Ball Bingo is easy to play and lots of fun!

 

To get started you need a ticket. You can purchase 90 Ball Bingo tickets individually or, using 'Advanced Buy', up to 50 at a time. Each ticket features 9 columns and 3 rows with 5 random numbers between 1 and 90 on each row. Tickets are displayed on your screen in groups of six called strips. Each strip contains every number from 1 to 90. As the numbers are called, simply mark them off on any of your tickets. Games are won when you mark off a set pattern of numbers before any other player. So, how does it work?

 

In every game of 90 Ball Bingo there are three different ways to win prizes:

• One Line Bingo mark off a single row of numbers
• Two Line Bingo mark off two rows of numbers
• Full House mark off all 15 numbers on a ticket - BINGO!

 

Each 90 Ball Bingo win level has a bigger prize than the previous one, with the Full House receiving the majority of the pot. If there is more than one winner, the prize is shared.

 

If you want to go for even better prizes, how about a progressive jackpot (PJP) game? Most PJP jackpots start at £500 (or 50% of the winning amount, whichever is higher) and keep growing until they’re won. The number of balls within which you must win Bingo is shown next to the jackpot total, for example £2,756.82 (46). The number of balls starts at 38 and increases by one every four days. The more time passes without anyone winning, the bigger the jackpot and the easier it is to win! The exception to the rule is our Harmony Room, where the jackpot starts at £5000 (or 50% of the winning amount) and must be won within 36 balls at all times.


Of course, one of the things we all love about Online Bingo is the community aspect of the game. You can chat and have fun with friends during the game and even win BBz by playing our fantastic Chat Games!

 

New 90 Ball Bingo games begin every six minutes and as long as no more than 10 numbers have been called, you can even join in a game that's already started - so there's always a place to play!