After a difficult year, we’re all going to want to let off a bit of steam and what better way to do it than with one of the most social games around – bingo!
Playing Bingo At Christmas
Yes, bingo at Christmas is as traditional as turkey, eggnog and your Dad falling asleep on the sofa after too many roasties, and what’s more there are plenty of ways to enjoy it.
It may be a little different this year, but here’s our complete guide to playing bingo at Christmas…
How To Play Bingo at Christmas
There are many different ways you can play bingo over the Christmas period, from visiting your local hall to playing online.
Of course, that may change over time as we go into Christmas relatively unsure as what the landscape may be, but bingo halls are always fun places at Christmas, with plenty of festive games, cheer and extra special jackpots.
Alongside this, you’ll also find plenty of online slots right here too, including many Christmas themed ones as you look for the best present of all – a jackpot!
Bingo on Christmas Day
When it comes to a Christmas Day game, a trip down to your local hall isn’t possible, as the staff and callers enjoy a well earned break. However, here at Moon Bingo the action doesn’t stop, with games 24/7 right across the period.
From the traditional games such as 90-ball bingo to games such as slingo bingo, we’ve got you covered. So whether you’re looking for a game before dinner, or a full on session in front of Strictly in the evening, then we’ve got you covered!
There are games to suit all budgets and we’ll also have some special Christmas Day prizes too as our online community comes together to wish each other a happy Christmas.
If you’re looking to go that extra mile and play bingo at home then you may also wish to create your very own game.
It’s so simple to get a game of DIY bingo together and will take only a few items and a group of family and friends to get playing.
This can be done over video call or live from your living room, and you’ll just need a set of bingo cards, some pens and something which can represent numbers alongside something to pull them out of. It can be as simple as a hat and some paper, or you can go all out and get some balls yourself.
It’s always fun to stick to the traditional formats, but you can also have as many numbers as you please, with your bingo cards then reflecting that. If you’d like to know more about what you need to play bingo at Christmas, check out this blog post which gives you all the details.