TEAM BINGO FAQs

Yes, come play on your birthday for a 9-on paper set for both sessions for a penny or a two-session computer for the same price of one session.
Yes, we love children! All children can play bingo ages six and up accompanied by a parent or guardian and they must play bingo.
We draw two customer's names each session for a one session computer for a penny
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Each varies for a drawing for a TV, Lotto tickets or cash etc.
Each time you play at any Team Bingo hall, bring your VIP card with you. After 18 visits, receive 2 9-ON sets for a penny for both sessions or a two session computer for the price of a one session computer.
If your child, between the age of 6 and 17 gets bingo on a card they are playing, their accompanying parent or guardian can claim the winning bingo on their behalf.
Full Pay Set consist of three (3) bingo boards. Each set covers 4 games per session. "Not In Set" boards are not included in the set and must be purchased separately. Paper cards must be daubed with a commercial ink dauber.
Full Pay 9-ON Sheet Set consist of nine (9) bingo boards. Each set covers 4 games per session. "Not In Set" boards are not included in the set and must be purchased separately. Paper cards must be daubed with a commercial ink dauber.
Full Pay Hand Held Computers consist of 66 bingo boards per game, per session. "Not In Set" boards are included. The player is responsible for entering the correct number when playing a game. They are also responsible for advancing to the next played game
Full Pay Hand Held Computers consist of 66 bingo boards per game, per session. "Not In Set" boards are included. These computers are tied to the Bingo Caller's board. It will automatically daub your cards as the numbers are called. It will also advanced the computer to the next game.
Full Pay Computers consist of 66 bingo boards per game, per session. "Not In Set" boards are included. These computers are tied to the Bingo Caller's board. It will automatically daub your cards as the numbers are called. It will also advanced the computer to the next game.