Spend another weekend with Wink Bingo!

By Becky Mosley - July 30 2010

Wink Bingo never fails to put on a good show at the weekend and this week you can expect brilliant bonuses and lots of cash prizes. Players can claim 75% deposit bonus on deposits up to £100 once per day, every day from now up to and including Monday when they use the bonus code: LUCKY.

Between the Sheets: X Rated gives one lucky player a Samsung U20 pocket camcorder when they bingo the most on the letter C and X patterns between now and Sunday.

Cleopatra is this week’s featured instant game and could earn you an extra £10 cash if you’re one of the top wagerers to play it over the weekend.

Also in instant games, the top wagerers on Fluffy Favourites, Enchanted Prince, Shaman’s Dream, Temple of Isis or Irish Luck will each receive £30 bingo bonus. There will be one overall winner for each game so that’s 5 winners in all and £150 up for grabs.

If you prefer playing for big money try the Saturday £2500 game on Saturday night at 9.30pm. There’s a guaranteed £2500 to be won which could just about persuade me to stay in!
Wink Bingo has also been busy creating a new promo for us all to get our teeth into and they’ve come up with the Skools out for summer game which features a £2000 jackpot and costs 50p to play. The big game will take place on September 1st so you have plenty of time to purchase your tickets and make sure you are well stocked.

You are probably well aware of the big Joy Pot game which started at Tasty Bingo and is now destined for Wink in September. There is a unique twist to this game though as just one winner will win the full £25,000 making this even more appealing than the first game. You can pre-buy your £2 tickets for the 24th September game right now but there are also ways of earning them including wagering on site so make sure you head to Wink Bingo over the next few weeks to earn yourself a few cards and the chance to win £25K!

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