Full House for Bingo Red Scratchcard
It has been announced that the Bingo Red scratchcard has delivered its sixth and final top prize of £300,000. The Bingo Red lottery scratchcard is an offline game which was launched on 28 May, 2011, so it has taken just under five months for the six jackpot prizes to be won. The overall odds of winning any prize on the Bingo Red scratchcard (which costs £3 to play) are 1 in 3.92. With all of the biggest prizes having been won, players who have previously had a go at winning a Bingo Red scratchcard jackpot will now want to find an alternative lottery game to focus on.
The good news for lottery scratchcard fans is that there are always plenty of games to choose from. As well as the offline scratchcard games there are scores of online scratchcards that can be played, and the online scratchcards have several advantages over their offline counterparts.
One big advantage is the ability to try games for free. Whilst you can’t win any real cash prizes when playing free scratchcards, you can explore the full range of games that are available so that you can then decide which of the titles you would like to play for real. When you play for real money you can win real cash prizes, and in most cases the jackpots are just as big – relative to ticket cost – as when playing offline.
Another advantage of playing online lottery scratchcards is that most of the games feature both sound effects and animations, which can make the gaming experience a lot more exciting and immersive. And, as if we haven’t mentioned enough benefits already, if you win a prize when playing an online scratchcard you won’t have to worry about losing your ticket!
We congratulate the sixth Bingo Red jackpot winner and wish them every success in the future. And for those of you who haven’t yet won a lottery jackpot, have a go at playing lottery scratchcards online today. But before you do, be sure to buy your lottery tickets online for the Lotto and EuroMillions draw-based games. The Lotto jackpot on Wednesday 26 October will be worth around £2.2 million and in the EuroMillions game this Friday 28 October there is a rollover jackpot of around £23 million to be won! Good luck!
Written by Ian BruceWednesday 26th October 2011
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