Tesco Bingo Tickets

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With over 3,400 stores nationwide you're sure to find a Tesco near you. Or why not try our online grocery shopping and delivery service. Open 7 days a week. Earn Clubcard points when you shop. At Bingo Bingo Supplies we stock a wide range of bingo tickets to suit all manner of event or establishment, all at competitive wholesale prices. We can supply everything from single tickets, sometimes referred to as flyers or quickers, to jumbo bingo booklets with up to six or twelve games a booklet.

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Bingo cards, bingo tickets, bingo books – it doesn’t matter what we call them – they’re all the same thing! They are the numbered cards that we use when playing bingo – we cross off the numbers as they are called to create a ‘line’, ‘four corners’, ‘house’ etc.

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Types of bingo tickets.

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90 – ball bingo tickets.

This is the style of bingo ticket we are used to playing in the UK.

It’s a 9 x 3 grid with 5 x numbers and 4 x blank spaces per row with possible numbers 1 – 9 in the first column, 10 – 19 in the second column, 20 – 29 in the third etc. The numbers in each column on one ticket will always read from smallest to largest as you can see on the right.

Tickets are usually sold in strips of 6 which is a common quantity to play in one game. Colours of the tickets vary so that it is obvious which bingo ticket applies to each game.

75 – ball bingo tickets.

These are used in the United States but are very seldom seen in the UK except in home bingo games.

Each ticket is a 5 x 5 grid with each column under one letter of the word ‘B-I-N-G-O’. Column ‘B’ will contain 5 x random numbers between 1 – 15, column ‘I’ will have 16 – 30 etc. with a ‘free space’ in the middle square.

This is the reason that many bingo balls will also have a letter on them. So while playing 75-ball bingo, the shout for – for instance – 33 is actually ‘N – 33’ because this is the column it falls under.

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The basics of these ‘permanent cards’ are that each number has a slider window which is slid over the number when it is called. They can be purchased in either 90 ball or 75 ball bingo styles and while not used in ‘official’ bingo halls they are ideal for playing at home or for regular village bingo events.

electronic bingo tickets.

These are relatively new to the UK but are certainly being used in many of the larger bingo halls such as Gala. The exact specifications vary slightly depending upon the make of electronic bingo ticket and the bingo hall in which you play, but the general principle is that you touch or type the number called into your machine. It will automatically be assigned to the correct card (of which you can now play several!), though it is still up to the player to call ‘House’ if they win.

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Where did bingo tickets originate?

The American toy salesman Edwin S. Lowe began to market his new ‘bingo’ game in the 1930s (see History of Bingo). It soon became apparent that with the limited ticket variations there were often several winners at any one time. So the myth goes that he employed the services of a Columbia University professor by the name of Carl Leffler to create new and unique permutations. He managed to create 6000 different variations – but the whole process sent him insane!!

For many years reusable cards were the norm until modern printing methods enabled the cheap and efficient mass production of paper bingo tickets. This is why we still tend to use the term ‘bingo card’ even though they are paper tickets we are actually playing with.

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How many bingo tickets should I play at once?

The simple answer is – “as many as you are happy with”. Obviously the more cards you play in one game the higher your chances of winning (and the higher the cost!), but all bingo players – no matter how proficient – have a limit as to how many they can play at any one time. The best advice is to start with just one or two tickets and gradually increase the number as you play more. If you reach the point where you are missing numbers because you are playing too many – and therefore missing potential wins – then it’s time to back off and get back to a more comfortable amount.

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However, if you are playing with the new electronic bingo cards then the only limit will be the one set by the establishment in which you are playing.

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What's changing?
New regulation from the Gambling Commission means that from 14th April 2020 you can't pay for most forms of gambling on your credit card in Great Britain anymore. From the 18th November 2020 this will extend to gambling transactions in all countries outside of the UK, including Northern Ireland.
When does this happen?
The ban came into place on the 18 November 2020.
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What is classed as a gambling transaction?
This applies to all “online and offline gambling transactions, except lotteries that are run for good causes”. So this means it includes gambling on betting websites, in casinos, playing bingo and arcades, along with all forms of betting done in person at the bookmakers.
Can I still buy a lottery ticket with my credit card?
Yes, National Lottery tickets can still be bought on your credit card in supermarkets and newsagents, as long as they are purchased at the same time as other products.
Can I still buy drinks and food in a Casino with my credit card?
You should check this directly with the Casino you are planning to visit, as this will depend how they process payments.
What countries does this apply to?
From 14th April this initially applied to gambling transactions in Scotland, England and Wales. From 18th November it will extend to gambling transactions in all countries outside of the UK, including Northern Ireland.
Can I still gamble in other countries, for example, the USA?
No. From 18th November you will no longer be able to gamble in any country using your credit card.
Can I still use my debit card to gamble in Great Britain?
Yes, you can still use your debit card to pay for these transactions.
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Where should I go if I’m worried about gambling?
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