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Discussion in 'Casino Gaming' started by Pattie627, Sep 22, 2014.

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  1. Pattie627

    Pattie627 Newbie

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    My sister wants to play some Bingo I'm not a fan but I'll try anything. Can someone tell me if you have to by a dabber and dab the numbers or use chips. Its been about 20yrs since I played so any infowould be appreciated. Thanks
     
  2. nickle

    nickle Low-Roller

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    In Vegas, you can buy dabbers ($1 each) and play on paper, or use a machine (less work than a slot machine) and just yell BINGO when the correct pattern appears. Bingo can be a fun cheap activity for a period of tie. Used to love the New Frontier am bingo and the cocktail service.
     
  3. Snidely

    Snidely VIP Whale

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    Vegas bingo isn't church bingo. If you spend about $25-30 on paper bingo cards, you won't be able to keep up. They call the numbers fast! Get the electronic board for a couple extra dollars and sit back and relax and enjoy a free cocktail.

    It's a whole foreign language. This is what I do, hand the bingo lady $30 and tell her to set you up with the electronic board. She'll prattle off something about the double rainbow bonus validated pack and how you get two tans instead one tan and two blues. Just nod knowingly. Get your receipt from the bingo lady and get an electronic board from a charging station. Find a suitable seat away from the chain-smoking nail-clipping bingo weirdos and enter your number in the board and save the receipt. Get your free cocktail and a $1 popcorn and sit back and relax.
     
  4. Pattie627

    Pattie627 Newbie

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    Thanks Not sure if I'll like this but what the hell I'll try anything !
     
  5. Corinne

    Corinne Low-Roller

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    Try Bingo at Silver Sevens. Smallest Bingo room of them all and we've won a fair bit there. Very helpful staff too. We usually get one machine between us and a paper of just six small cards. That's easy to keep up with using the dauber and the machine bleeps when you are down to one number so we find that very simple to do. You can see the number that's called on the machine as well as on screens and the winning configuration is shown on the boards and the machine. When we first went we asked others if they would mind helping if we got confused. Without hesitation everyone we asked watched out for us and helped. There is a bus from E Flamingo outside Ballys and a cab is $10 with tip. You can play just one card for $4 ($5 if you validate and win on a certain number for a progressive win). We usually spend $50-$60 between us with one machine and two papers plus the extra game at the end. Cheap entertainment for an hour and can be much cheaper if you want. Last year someone at one of the sessions won $10,000.00.
     
  6. Robertintx

    Robertintx Low-Roller

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    Do any of the Downtown casinos have Bingo ?
    Thanks
     
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