Bingo: What are the rules for 80 Ball Bingo?
Tickets and Strips
In the 80 Ball Bingo game, a ticket is an individual grid of 16 squares made up of 4 rows and 4 columns.
Each square contains a number so 16 numbers appear on each ticket.
Once the game has started then tickets will show a unique ticket number.
In the 80 Ball Bingo game, a strip is a group of 5 tickets. Every possible number from 1 through to 80 will appear on each full strip.
The prizes/jackpots offered in each bingo game each have a minimum guaranteed jackpot but the actual prize is determined by the number of players/ticket purchased per game. The more players/tickets purchased, the bigger the game prizes!
In some games the prize amount may be rounded.
There are 4 different game types play in 80 Ball Bingo with different prizes available.
Any Single Line - Has one prize available which is any line. The player who is the first to have all the numbers called in either a vertical, horizontal or diagonal line, or mark all four corners or four middle squares, will win.
Any Line, House - In this game type, two prizes are on offer. Firstly players will play for the any single line prize as explained above, secondly players will play for the full house where the first player to have all 16 numbers marked off one of their tickets will win.
Any Line, Columns, House - In this game type four prizes are on offer. The first prize is any single line as described above. The second prize is won by the first player to mark off all numbers on any 2 lines vertically (i.e. 2 columns); the third prize is won by the first player to mark off all numbers on any 3 lines vertically i.e. 3 columns. The final prize is won by the first player to mark off all 16 numbers on one of their tickets.
Full House or Pattern Game - For this game type there is only 1 prize. The prize can be either coverall/full house, where the player must cover all numbers on the ticket. Or a specific pattern will be defined; in this case the player must complete the pattern defined.