Like a lot of games, bingo has a language of its own. It’s colourful, evocative and funny, it can even be a little rude… but in a naughty British kind of way! That’s why we wanted to create a comprehensive guide to show you the most popular bingo calls. Two Little Fleas proudly presents… Below… Read more »
How To Play Bingo
Here you will find a list of resources compiled by our experts and players in order to help you along your way. These guides are a great way to further understand the game of bingo as a whole and not just the online version. Every aspect has been covered from the bingo lingo to the sidegames to the different bingo games, to playing securely right through to the differences between the traditional bingo halls and the online games.
Any questions you have will more than likely have been answered here. If you still find we haven’t answered your question then please feel free to contact us and we will get back to you with the answer you require
Video bingo comes in a few different guises, from online ‘video bingo’ that is actually little more than an animated version of the game, to live television broadcasts.
‘Bingo slots’ means different things to different people, so let’s take a look at what you might think of when you hear the phrase. First and foremost, we’ll take a look at Slingo, a true crossover between bingo and slots that has been around since 1995.
Bingo cards are at the heart of the game, but unless you know what you’re doing – or are playing bingo online with an ‘autodaub’ function switched on – you risk missing a call, and missing out on a prize.
If you’ve always played the same type of bingo game at the same place – whether online or in a real-world bingo hall – you might confidently say there are 90 numbers in a game of bingo. After all, they call 90 ‘top of the shops‘, don’t they? Well yes, they do – and it… Read more »
Online bingo is the convenient way for many people to join in with their favourite game, and has become even more popular in the UK in the years since smoking was banned in bricks-and-mortar bingo halls.
One of the great joys of bingo is how easily you can make your own version to play at home, during journeys, or at parties. Making bingo cards is easy enough, but we’ll go through the full process below with some tips on how to make your game cards the best they can be. We’ll also… Read more »
Winning at bingo is easier than it might first seem – it is, after all, a game of chance, so if you play for long enough, simple probability means that you should win something. Unfortunately, the randomness of the game means that you can’t directly influence your odds of winning the prize in any particular… Read more »
Almost everybody has played bingo at one time or another – whether in a seaside amusement, as a childhood game, or (for the grown-ups) with drink involved. Of course, many of us have also played the more formal versions of the game in bingo halls or online, and it is here that the biggest jackpots are usually… Read more »
There’s a world of difference between online bingo and land-based bingo. They are like the noble, history-rich older brother and the aggressive fancy-pants younger one. But at the heart of it all, they are similar where it counts – it is still basically the same game. The rules are the same and players still win… Read more »