90 Ball Bingo Rules & Game
90 Ball Bingo is the most popular form of bingo in the world, and it’s likely the game you’ll have played, should you ever have played in a land-based bingo hall, or online before.
Within this post, we’re going to look at what 90 ball bingo is, and how to play.
What is 90 Ball Bingo?
90 ball bingo is a game that uses 90 numbers. The bingo cards you’ll be purchasing are made up of 27 squares, formatted on a 3-row, 9-column layout.
Each number on your card is unique, meaning you can’t have two of the same number, and the goal of the game is to cross out (or daub, as it’s known) a full row, two rows, or all three rows, in order to win a prize.
How to Play 90 Ball Bingo?
In order to begin playing, you’ll first need to purchase cards. A strip of 6 tickets is the minimum purchase, although you can purchase multiple strips – of course, the more strips you have, the better your chances of winning.
Once you’ve got your tickets, you’ll enter the next game automatically (most bingo sites start new games every couple of minutes), and as soon as the game begins, the caller will begin to read out number at random.
If these numbers appear on your tickets, they will be crossed out, and if you’re the first player to cross out all of your numbers in a line, you win a prize. The same applies when you manage to cross out numbers of two rows, and finally there’s the full house, which requires you to cross out ALL the numbers on your ticket.
Easy to play, and fun – what more could you want from a bingo game!