Bingo with Love: Celebrate Valentine’s Day with these Seasonal Bingo Cards

Valentine’s Day is certainly going to be a little bit different this year. There will be no romantic breaks, no candlelit dinners at Michelin-starred restaurants, and no grand gestures in front of big crowds. That doesn’t mean it’s going to be any less exciting though.

February is the most romantic month of the year, climaxing on the 14 and there are still many ways in which you can show your loved one just how much they mean to you. Discussions on the best ways to enjoy Valentine’s Day are already rife in our chat rooms, but you might want to put those plans on hold as we launch our very special Valentine’s Day bingo card.

Yes, we’re feeling the love this year, and have put together two especially romantic bingo cards for you to play at home. You can enjoy your very own bingo games to keep yourselves entertained across the day with a Valentine’s Day and Romantic Films card ready and waiting to be marked off. You’ll find all the typical acts of the day, from the ultimate romantic act of getting engaged to heart-shaped gifts, and the rather yucky excessive public displays of affection…

Thankfully, there will less of those this year. So what’re you waiting for? Spice up your Valentine’s Day with these extra special bingo cards.

Valentine’s Day Bingo

Valentines Day Bingo

Valentine’s Day never fails to provide the ultra-romantic right down to the uber-tacky. It’s hearts, roses, and cheeky gifts galore, but can you mark off all the squares in your household? Our Valentine’s Day bingo card gives you the opportunity to add a little bit of fun to your day, whether that’s setting yourselves the challenge to work your way through each square, or going head to head with friends and family. You could even add a prize for the winners into the mix.

There are tons of fun scenarios that need to be marked off, including the likes of last-minute gift buying (one for the fellas) to that knock at the door with the gift of flowers, and of course those people who prefer to not have a date at all. Of course, Valentine’s Day isn’t for everyone, you only listen to Cimorelli to understand that, so there are plenty of squares to keep those singletons happy too.

Things To Enjoy At Home This Valentine’s Day

If you’re looking to create the perfect Valentine’s Day from home this year, there are plenty of options for you to combine a good old game of bingo with to still make it one to remember.

Fine Dining Delivered To Your Door

Many restaurants have reinvented themselves over the last 12 months to become first-class takeaways, so why not set the white tablecloth and light some candles on your own dinner table and recreate the perfect dinner date from your home. Social media is full of local restaurants and bistros already advertising their menus, so why not place an order and not only enjoy some great food but support your local businesses too?

Dress For The Occasion

On a normal Valentine’s Day the glad rags would certainly be coming out, so just because many of us will be celebrating at home, that doesn’t mean you should get away with loungewear. Keep the tradition up and make sure you dress nicely for your loved one. Gents, that might even mean having a shave. Even if it’s just putting on a nice dress or shirt for the occasion, it’ll differentiate the day from any other and just provide that extra bit of class to your day.

Make More Of Gifting

We all need a little bit of extra loving this year, so treat the gifting process like you would Christmas. Set aside some time to open presents and cards and really make the most of it. Gifts don’t have to be expensive, they can come from the heart. Many people have got crafty over the last few months and what better way to put those skills into practice than with a handmade gift for a loved one?

Will you give your Valentine a gift this year?

Yes, of course!
Not this year

A Romantic Film To Round Off The Evening

And as the sun goes down and the night begins to draw in, a romantic film is the perfect way to round off the day. There are hundreds to suit all tastes, and what’s more, you can enjoy your second game of bingo with our Romantic Film bingo card.

Romantic Film Bingo

Romantic Film Bingo

That’s right, is there any genre of film that has more cliches than romance? They’re renowned for their scenes that make the heart melt and put a tear in your eye but let’s face it, it’s a concept that is as old as time. From characters having dark pasts that get discovered to grand gestures of love, and the love triangle that jeopardises everything, we’ll never get tired of them, so while you’re watching the many films that will be shown across the day and evening on television, why not have a little competition with your partner or amongst friends too?

Our Top Romance Films To Watch This Valentine’s Day

To give you a helping hand, we’ve also put together our top five favourite romance films to help you settle down for a romantic evening on Valentine’s Day. You could commit to one and try to fill our bingo card, or enjoy a mammoth session and ensure not only is every square dabbed, but there also won’t be a dry eye in the house.

A Star Is Born

Available On:

  • YouTube (£3.49)
  • Google Play (£3.49)
  • Amazon Prime (free with subscription)

If Beale Street Could Talk

Available On:

  • YouTube (£2.49)
  • Google Play (£2.49)
  • Amazon Prime (free with subscription)

The Notebook

Available On:

  • Netflix
  • YouTube (£3.49)
  • Google Play (£3.49)
  • Amazon Prime (£3.49)

Carol

Available On:

  • YouTube: (£2.49)
  • Google Play (£2.49)
  • Amazon Prime (free with subscription)

Titanic

Available On:

  • YouTube (£3.49)
  • Amazon Prime (£3.49)
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