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Team Bingo FAQ

Questions and Answers

Q
Can I bring my children to your halls?
A
Yes, children 6 years and older are allowed in all Team Bingo Halls as long as they are accompanied with a parent or guardian. . They must play bingo and remain seated during the sessions.
Q
If my child's card gets bingo, what should we do?
A
If your child, between the age of 6 and 17, gets bingo on a card they are playing, they are not allowed to claim the bingo prize. Parents or guardians can claim the winning bingo.
Q
I sent my child to purchase my bingo cards and he was turned away. Why?
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Children under the age of 18 are not allowed to gamble. Therefore, children can not purchase or accept winnings on any of the following item in any Team Bingo Hall:

Full Pay Sets; Not-In-Sets; Pull Tabs; English Bingo, Trash Can or any style Computers. A parent or guardian can allow the child to play a computer in lieu of a bingo card.

Q
They pulled my child's name from the Trash Can, but they took the computer back when he went to get the computer. Why?
A
The Trash Can pull is a way to win a computer to play a session. Therefore, you can not put your child's name in the Trash Can Drawings.
Q
They drew my name twice for the first session Trash Can Drawing and they would not give me the computer I won. Why?
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The Trash Can is a drawing where all Team Bingo players can enter their name for a chance to win a computer for either the first or second session. The rules state that you can only enter your name once to be eligible. This makes the drawing fair for all players. If it has been determined that you have entered your name multiple times, you will not be able to win a computer for that day at that Hall.
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What is Pass the Computer?
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This game is in addition to the Trash Can Drawing. At the beginning of each session, a name will be drawn from the Trash Can. The winner will receive a computer for the 1st game of the session. At the end of the first game, another name will be drawn and the computer will be given to that winner for the 2nd game and these steps repeat until the end of the session. The Pass the Computer will change hands 5 times per session.
Q
How many times can I win the Pass the Computer drawing?
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After your name is drawn, it is placed back in the Trash Can. Therefore, it is possible to win the Pass the Computer multiple times within the sessions.
Q
I purchased my own Hand Held computer, how can I tell the difference between my computer and the Pass the Computer?
A
The Pass the Computer will be decorated, therefore everyone will know who currently have the computer.
Q
What is Pay the King/Queen?
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At the beginning of each session, a name will be drawn from the Trash Can. That winner can select a number from 1 to 75. Everytime the selected number is drawn, the King/Queen will receive $10.00. As a player, you can help by remembering the number and calling Pay the King/Queen when the number comes up to remind the Caller.
Q
So is there going to be a King and Queen for both sessions?
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No, there will be only 1 King or 1 Queen per session. The max amount the King/Queen can win is $50.00 per session, so select your number carefully.
Q
With all these new drawings, do I need to put my name in the Trash Can multiple times?
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No, the rules of the Trash Can still applies. If it has been determined that you have entered your name multiple times, you will not be able to win any of the drawings for that day at that Hall.

Full-Pay Set


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 Set



Full Pay 9-ON Set consist of three (3) full sets for a total of nine (9) bingo boards on one (1) page. Each set covers all four (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 Computer



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 these computers.

Full-Pay Lucky Dog Hand Held Computer



Full Pay Lucky Dog Hand Held Computers consist of 66 bingo boards per game per session. "Not in set" boards are included. These computers are tied to the caller's board. The player is responsible for pressing the flashing ENTER button on the screen when playing these computers.

Full-Pay Stationary Computer



Full Pay Stationary Computers consist of 66 bingo boards per game per session. "Not in set" boards are included. These computers are tied to the caller's board. The player is responsible for pressing the flashing ENTER button on the screen when playing these computers.