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Viva Las Vegas

  • Author: Dale
  • Updated: January 2nd, 2015

Bingo Lives in Las Vegas….

Plaza hotel and casino, Las Vegas

We’ve all heard of Las Vegas, the infamous city of sin, famed for its slots, strippers and swindlers.

However, few people know anything about the city’s bingo scene. After all, visitors are often too awestruck by glamorous hotels, glitzy clubs, the Bellagio Fountains and Elvis Chapels to notice much else. You’re about to learn that Vegas boasts some of the biggest, busiest bingo rooms in the world.

But Where?

In particular, the Gold Coast’s Bingo Center seats up to 720 players, offering eight nail-biting bingo sessions daily with progressive jackpots as high as $30000! Plus, complimentary drinks (and donuts!) are available  to really get visitors into a party mood. Not to mention, you can collect B Connected Points every time you play at Gold Coast, leading to rewards like hotel discounts, vacations, once-in-a-lifetime entertainment experiences and fantastic casino merchandise. You must be of legal age to gamble in a casino to become a member.

If the Gold Coast isn’t your style, then why not head downtown for a few rounds of bingo on the strip? The 3rd floor of the Plaza Hotel offers six daily sessions at 11am, 1pm, 3pm, 5pm, 7pm and 9pm. This newly renovated room bingo room is host to a packed calendar of events, including Saturday Specials and Double Pay days. Jackpot prizes are frequent and generous, including the $5,000 Bonanza, $10,000 Super Coverall, $10,000 Super Letter X and the $10,000 Progressive Dual Daub!

Vegas Bingo Hall

Wait – There’s More!

If you’re a real bingo nut then you might want to visit the Bingo Novelty World store on Cameron Street. They sell everything from classic bingo cages to good luck key chains and furry mascots. To really personalize your bingo experience, you might also want to check out all the novelty Daubers for sale. Finally, their bingo-branded thermos and cusion sets ensure you’re kept comfy and cozy in the bingo hall – just don’t try to move in permanently!

Also located on Cameron Street, try to get your hands on Bingo Bugle local paper. This useful publication lists all local bingo venues and events, such as ‘In & Out Bingo’, where players are able to come and go as they want, and even chat to each other – none of that intense bingo hall silence!  The Bingo Bugle also features an Agony Aunt page to relieve all bingo-related stresses, a page for funny real-life bingo stories and even a winner’s hall of fame, where you can check out all the latest jackpots won.

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