Where to play
Whether you’re an experienced player or a complete beginner, bingo has something for everyone. It’s simple, easy to learn and a world of fun! Plus, once you’ve got the hang of the game, there’s a whole new social life and different venues to explore.
Play Bingo Online: Log in to good luck
You can start playing right away by joining one of the numerous online bingo sites out there. It’s quick and easy to sign up and with so many free bingo games and bonuses on offer, you don’t even need to part with any cash until you’ve found your feet!
There’s a great community of bingo players to meet and chat with while you play and you don’t even have to leave the house! So if your local hall is a bit of a trek or you fancy a night in you can still enjoy your favourite game from the comfort and convenience of your own home. With bingo games available around the clock, online bingo is perfect for anyone working odd shifts, struggling to find childcare or just short on time.
Bingo Halls: Join the club!
Maybe you’d prefer to get a change of scene and experience the thrill of live bingo for yourself? Bingo halls have been popular in Britain since the 1960s, when they first opened for business. The scene’s still dominated by Mecca and Gala, the two leading chains, but there are smaller independent clubs around too.
They’re free to join and generally offer both afternoon and evening games, with some bigger branches open all day. Bingo clubs are about more than just bingo though! With in-house bars and restaurants offering great value food and drink you can make a real night out of it with your friends. Bingo halls are renowned for their friendly atmosphere and fun so why not pop into your local club and see what it’s all about?!
If you fancy something a bit different or are miles from your nearest bingo club, why not head back to the roots of bingo and join a game closer to home? Bingo gained popularity in Britain as it was played at fairs and fundraising events and there are still plenty of thriving bingo clubs in village halls and social clubs across the country, playing for both cash and charity. Have a look in your local paper or magazine or keep your eyes open for information about bingo on noticeboards near you. Some games are serious competitions and others more just a way to have a laugh and a catch up with friends. It’s a great way to meet your neighbours!Back to top