If you're a Wink Bingo member you will be well aware that most weekends they offer a few deposit bonus specials and this weekend they're doing it again – for the Oscars. Use the bonus code OSCAR and spend between £10 and £100 and you can collect 75% bonus today, 80% tomorrow, 70 on Sunday and 85% on Monday. It's always a good idea to save topping up your Wink account til the weekend as they always have a decent offer on so remember that next time you need to fund your account.
Tonight is the Friday £5000 game which happens on the last Friday of every month so if you miss this, you'll miss out until the end of March. This bingo game has £5000 up for grabs and begins at 10pm so don't be late.
Wink Bingo has recently added a new 5 line bingo room called Gimme5. This new room has been a big hit with players and opens each night between 9pm and 10pm so if you haven't come across it yet, make sure you stop by.
Tomorrow the Saturday £2500 game will play, this is another once monthly game so try and catch it if you can. There's a £2500 guaranteed jackpot attached to this bingo game which begins at 9.30pm .
Players who bingo the most on the Champagne Glass full pattern, number 27 or wager the most on the Bejeweled instant game will win a Bare Minerals Beauty Goodie Bag! I wouldn't mind one of them so you might see me at Wink over the weekend!
The Instant Game of the Week is Hollywood Stars, if you are amongst the top 4 wagerers to play this over the next couple of days you will win £25 in real cash.
There are even more great offers at this bingo site but we'd be here all night if I told you all of them so why not just spend the weekend with Wink?
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