£50,000 Super Sized Saturday Win

Lucky Castle Bingo Player Calls House on £50,000


One lucky bingo player at Castle Bingo Bridgend received an unexpected boost to her weekend, when her regular Saturday night at the club became SUPER SIZED, thanks to a National Bingo Game promotion, when she won £50,000!

Mary Farmer has been a regular player at the Castle Bridgend club for many years and joined when it opened. On saturday 15th July Mary was visiting the club for her regular Saturday night session, with her best bingo buddies, and played the National Bingo Game's SUPER SIZED SATURDAY special game.  When all her numbers came up she could not believe her luck and was shocked to be the National Prize winner of the special £50,000 Game.

A special cheque presentation and party took place at the Bridgend club on Saturday 29th July, where all the players at the club watched Mary receive her cheque and wished her well.  In true bingo style Mary has decided to share her good fortune and £50,000 prize with her two best friends.

Alastair Stewart, Business Development Manager at the National Bingo Game said:
"We are thrilled that Mary has won one of our special Super Sized Saturday Games and that in true bingo style she is sharing her winnings with bingo buddies. The Castle Bridgend team put on a great party and encouraged everyone to celebrate Mary's big win."

"We are looking forward to celebrating our August winners on 19th when our next special SUPER SIZED SATURDAY games are played."

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All players must be aged 18 or over.  The National Bingo Game is played under the provisions of The Gambling Act 2005 and played under National Bingo Game Players’ Rules. Players should always gamble responsibly.  For more information and advice visit www.gambleaware.co.uk






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