With Wink Bingo’s Jumbo Jackpot promotion everybody wins. That is the tell-tale hallmark of this one of a kind promotion from the famous UK online bingo site. The £200,000 Jumbo Jackpot game guarantees a win to everybody who purchases a ticket to the game. The more tickets you buy, the more you will win.
Should you manage to call a full house in this jackpot bingo game, you will pocket a top prize worth £50,000. Two lines will see you able to net £30,000, whilst even a single line bags you £20,000 with this Wink Bingo promotion. There is no bigger bingo game on the net and that is a fact.
There’s more though. Everybody else who doesn’t win one of the main prizes will still be able to pocket a share of a £100,000 pot, according to how many tickets have been bought by each player. Every single ticket you by counts then.
The £200,000 Jumbo Jackpot game can be access from the Wink Bingo lobby on September 25, with the game taking place at 8pm. Tickets cost £1 a pop, and there are a limited number of tickets available, so make sure that you snap yours up today.
Even if you aren’t yet a member of Wink Bingo, you still have plenty of time to get yourself involved in the fun. There is a cracking 250% match deposit welcome bonus when you make your very first deposit as a new player at the online bingo site. Deposits of £5 up to £100 will qualify you for this bonus.
Again there’s more though. When you deposit a minimum of £10, you be able to spin a wheel to win even more cash. Everybody is guaranteed to get an extra £15, although you could win as much as £1,000 extra, only when you deposit and play at Wink Bingo this month.
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