Make Your Garden Blooming Gorgeous with Costa Bingo

By Vicky Duncalf - May 29 2012

Whenever we see the sunshine, we are tempted to play at Costa Bingo, what with its sunshiny holiday theme. This is undoubtedly one of the best bingo site in the United Kingdom, and whenever you log in, you can always be sure to find up-to-date promotions, massive prizes, and fun things to do.

Currently taking place at Costa right now is the Chelsea Flower Show Promotion. This is your opportunity to win three sizzling garden prizes – a garden table and chair set, barbecue, and a patio heater. Play 75 ball games at Costa Bingo between now and May 31, and if you are the player to bingo the most on the Flower Pattern you will scoop the prize. Every time you call a full house on the flower pattern you earn one point, and Costa Bingo have created a leaderboard where you can chart your progress as you climb up it like a sunflower.

Another incredibly exciting game at Costa is the £100,000 Birthday Bash. Help celebrate three scorching years in the bingo business by snapping up your six free tickets for this enormous 75 ball game which is play taking place on June 30 at 10 PM. And, because it's a 75 ball game it means just one winner could walk away with the entire 100K fortune. Signing Costa Bingo today for your free 300% deposit bonus and to feel the free bingo sunshine
 

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