Bingo

Big Payouts! Small Crowds! Better Chances of Winning! We never cut prizes!

 

List of Upcoming BINGO dates


Play Bingo every Tuesday

Doors open at 6pm. Games start at 7pm.

Everyone has a chance to win big at Bingo and a variety of related games!  With smaller crowds and big payouts, your odds of winning are higher than at many other Bingo locations.  Everyone is invited to come and play, so bring your family and friends, or come by yourself and make new friends while having fun and winning big! Don’t forget to sign up for notices of special Bingo nights!

Games/Prizes

Jackpot Game –  $1,500 if won in 47 numbers or less, otherwise it’s a definite $1,000!
Downline Derby – winners walk away with cash
Tip Board – prizes include tickets to sports events, gift cards, lottery tickets.
All Nighter  – We’ve gone as high as $2,000 on an All Nighter!  If no one wins BINGO on a $2000 pot, there’s a consolation must go prize of $1000!
Other Games:  Tic Tac Lucky ($350 payout), Speedo Games (50/50 payout), Jug Numbers, Regular Bingo ($100 payout), Special Bingo ($150 payout)

We supply everything  you need to play Bingo and our other games. And since playing and winning can make a person hungry, we have plenty of food ranging from hot dogs to haluski (noodles & cabbage).  You can even get Edie’s Kitchen’s famous potato pancakes!  Once a month, we give our players a Free Dinner (pasta, tacos… it changes frequently)! As for snacking, we have plenty of chips, popcorn, candy, cookies, coffee, soda and water.

We look forward to seeing you on Tuesday!

For more information, please call our office, 412-561-1168.

Volunteer for Bingo

Help Beth El with our biggest fund raiser and have fun, too!

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