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Bingo Lotto is due to hit screens and Tesco’s next week

  • 07 Sep 09
  • Written by Charlotte Widmore

Bingo LottoBingo Lotto in partnership with Tesco is due to hit Virgin TV screens on Sunday September 13th between 7.00 and 8.00 pm and will be screened on Virgin 1, and every week will bring all the excitement of a regular online bingo game merged with the thrill of a live lottery draw.  The new Bingo Lotto game brought in partnership with Tesco will provide bingo players with the opportunity to enjoy the interactive bingo game at home and watch the proceedings on television presented by Ulrika Jonsson.  The Bingo Lotto tickets costing £2 will be available at Tesco’s stores around the country and bingo winners could win some pretty impressive prizes such as holidays, cars and even £100,000 in cash.

Pilot a success so now Bingo Lotto launched officially

Bingo fans may remember a pilot for the BingoLotto concept that was first screened at the beginning of 2008 with the original being presented by quirky comedian Joe Pasquale and Suzanne Shaw.  The pilot was clearly a success which has now prompted the games general release by the makers IGS Lottery Management Limited.  Bingo Lotto tickets will be sold in over 2,000 Tesco stores around the country with bingo game prizes being available to be claimed either online or by players visiting their nearest Tesco stores.

Help charity when you purchase Bingo Lotto tickets

BingoLotto players can get more than just an opportunity to win fab prizes when they play the new game, as the Bingo Lotto game will also give the bingo game players a deep feeling of satisfaction from playing the game.  This is because some of the money from each bingo games ticket will go directly to charitable causes in fact 40p from each Bingo Lotto £2 ticket sold will help good causes.  The charities that will receive a big bingo bonus include the NCVO (National Council for Voluntary Organisations) or CCPR (Central Council of Physical recreation). Both these charities will use the funds to assist sporting and community projects nationwide.

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