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£1k A Day At Virgin Bingo

Saturday, May. 27th 2017 4:24 AM

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Just because it’s nearly the end of another month, does not mean there is not still time to win yourself a prize or two thanks to Virgin Bingo. Their ‘£1k A Day’ promotion is running until midnight on Wednesday 31st May, but if you want to join in the fun, you must first log in to your account and then opt in by clicking on the green ‘Get Involved’ button on their promo page.

Once you have done this, Virgin Bingo will reward you with one prize draw entry for each day you wager at least £10 on their games. It does not matter if you are playing bingo, casino games, instant games or slots, they all count, regardless of whether you are playing whilst at home on the computer or whilst you are using their app on your mobile phone.

Virgin Bingo Prizes

The good news is that you are limited to one prize draw entry each day, so it does not matter if you play on a budget or if you are one of Virgin Bingo’s big hitters; everyone has an equal chance of winning. As the name suggests, there is £1,000 worth of real cash prizes up for grabs each day, but this is split between thirty-five lucky winners:

  • 1 prize of £200
  • 2 prizes of £100
  • 3 prizes of £50
  • 10 prizes of £25
  • 20 prizes of £10

Super Links At Virgin Bingo

If you fancy getting your hands on even larger prize pots, then you will need to check out Virgin Bingo’s Super Link games. These run every thirty minutes and you can play with a maximum of sixty cards for each game and they will cost you 10p each. Over the space of the day, these fantastic jackpots are up for grabs:

  • Five £250 Full House games
  • Five £300 Full House games
  • Ten £350 Full House games
  • Nine £500 Full House games
  • Five £1,000 Full House Games

That’s not all, because each one of these big money games comes complete with a Community jackpot that is activated if someone wins a full house in 38 calls or less. These jackpots vary from £10,000 to £20,000 and the winner will take half, with the rest being split between everyone else taking part in the game.

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