Bingo To Go Game Debuts in Indiana

Aug 26, 14 Bingo To Go Game Debuts in Indiana

Aug. 26, 2014 – The Hoosier Lottery last week introduced players to a new game, Bingo To Go, which offers players nine prize levels and boasts a top prize worth $100,000.

Bingo To Go is a numbers-draw game, and drawings are held four times every day of the week.  There are Morning, Midday, Early Evening and Evening drawings held at 10 a.m., 1:20 p.m., 7 p.m. and 10:50 p.m., respectively.

Hoosier Lottery players have their choice of four wager amounts for Bingo To Go: $1, $2, $5, and $10.  The more you bet, the more you can win.

But before you can win, you’ll need a ticket.  Players only have the option to buy Quick Pick tickets for Bingo To Go; play slips for the new game let players choose which of the four drawings they’d like to play, their wager amount, the number of bingo boards they’d like on their ticket, and advance drawings, if any.

Players can choose to play as many as three Bingo boards on each ticket, and can buy as many as 28 drawings in advance with the advance play options.

As the Hoosier Lottery’s Bingo To Go page explains, prize levels for the game are all based on a $1 wager.  When players bet more, prize amounts are simply multiplied by the wager amount.

That means the highest prize possible for a $1 bet is a $10,000 top prize, which players can win if they fill in a “big diamond” shape on their bingo board.

As wager amounts increase, so do prize amounts.  The top prize for a $2 wager is $20,000; a $5 wager can win $50,000, and players who bet $10 on Bingo to Go can win the highest prize possible: $100,000.

Bingo To Go has a second prize worth $250 for a $1 wager, making it worth $2,500 for a $10 wager.

There are lots of combinations players can match to win a prize, and a free space in the middle of the board will certainly help.

Be sure to check out the Hoosier Lottery’s “How to Play” page for a detailed look at all the ways to win, and good luck!

 

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Written by Matt Isaacs

Matt is the Editorial Manager for the LotteryHUB News Team. Matt graduated from Rutgers University’s School of Journalism and Media Studies in May 2013

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