Play Bingo Millions Turbo - 90 Ball Bingo
Article Updated On 25th June 2020
Just over a year ago (May 2019) Bingo Millions launched on Buzz Bingo. This new innovation combined bingo with a lottery style game where players aimed to get one line, two line and a full house before a fixed number of balls were called rather than before someone called house. A jackpot of over £1.5million could be won by getting a full house in a certain number of calls. The game spawned instant win as well as 75 and 80 ball versions plus a Mega Millions game. Now Bingo Millions has launched another version and things have just got a whole lot faster.
- Type Of Game: 90 Ball Bingo
- Cost: 10p
- Open: 24/7
- Jackpots: £1 Million (FH in 15 to 30 calls)
- Extras: 5% of profits go to charity
- Special Features: Instant Win Meets Bingo
Bingo Millions Turbo is currently exclusive to Buzz Bingo and it joins the various other Millions titles that can be played at the site. Whilst the 75, 80 and 90 ball games are only available at fixed times each week, Turbo is an always on game. It means you can play whenever you feel like trying to win a million. Essentially Turbo plays like it's sister games but it is more instant win than online bingo and as you'd expect from the name it's very fast. When you purchase your tickets you're simply playing against the computer and there are no other roomies around to share your good fortune or near misses.
To play Bingo Millions Turbo you first need to purchase your tickets. These cost 10p each and you can buy between 1 and 120 per game. We suggest that you stick to a couple if you're new to the process. Once you have your tickets the number calls begin. Unlike a normal bingo room there isn't a bingo caller. The numbers are churned out at great speed as this is bingo on steroids. It takes around 10 seconds or so between eyes down and all the numbers to be called. If you manage to get 1L, 2L or a full house within the relevant calls then you win prizes. These range from 25p up to the maximum of £1million.
To win on 1L you need to complete a line before 35 calls, for 2L it's 10 to 60 calls and for the full house 15 to 75 calls. Get a full house in 15 to 30 calls, a near on impossibility, then you'll be celebrating becoming a millionaire. Unlike the 75, 80, and 90 ball games that play twice weekly there are no free ticket prizes awarded. It's also possible to win with 1L but not win anything for 2L or FH. If you purchase more than one ticket then multiple tickets can also win prizes. Remember that this is an instant win game. Not every turn will result in a win for you.
As far as we're aware, Bingo Millions 90 ball does continue to offer bingo contributions to charity. This means that 5% of ticket sales from all the Millions games go to charitable organisations. This has actually been reduced from 10% when the game first started. We think that the same policy applies to the Turbo game although it's not clear. Either way ut would still be nice to see details of which charities are benefiting from the plays of the Bingo Millions game and how much is being donated on a regular basis.
Speeding up bingo seems to be a theme with Pragmatic Play also ramping things up with Bingo Blast. Whilst Blast takes players to the most entertaining part of the game quicker, Turbo just misses it out altogether. Blink and the game is done. Furthermore you're not really playing bingo because it's a one person instant win game. It's entertaining for a few turns but there are better instant win games to play and there are better bingo options too. Options that include chat hosts, roomies and a more relaxed pace of life. Bingo Millions Turbo is fast and frantic but ultimately it's not that much fun.
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