Cash Out Bingo Review
Cash Out Bingo games play in an exclusive 90-ball room at selected online bingo sites and it, therefore, sticks mainly to traditional 90-ball bingo rules.
The room opens throughout the day and well into the night, and games run every four minutes.
You can pre-buy tickets in advance or purchase them just before a new game begins, and the cheapest tickets cost just 5p each.
The gameplay is pretty simple, so even if you’re a newbie, you should find it relatively easy to just jump in and get playing.
The only difference that you’ll find in Cash Out Bingo compared to standard 90-ball games is that if any of your tickets get just one number away from a full house, you’re given the option to cash out or continue playing.
How to Play
Once you’ve logged in or signed up at a participating online bingo site, simply open the bingo lobby and look for the Cash Out Bingo room. If you’re struggling to find it among all the other choices on offer, you can usually locate it under the 90-ball tab.
Before you enter the room, you can see how many players have bought tickets for the current game, how much tickets cost, and what the total prize pool is worth.
Next, it’s time to purchase your tickets then get ready to play.
There’s just one prize to play for – a full house – and you can claim it by marking off all the numbers on your ticket.
However, due to the exciting Cash Out feature, the game takes a dramatic pause prior to the full house being claimed, and everyone who has at least one ticket with only one number remaining to be dabbed gets offered the choice to take a prize share or continue playing for a chance to win the full house on the next ball call. There’s no huge rush to decide what to do as you have 20 seconds to make your choice.
Graphics and Sounds
The ticket panel at the bottom of the screen lets you click on pre-defined numbers (e.g. 2, 11, 19, 28 and Max), a sliding bar or enter a value into an empty box to choose how many tickets you wish to buy.
Once you’ve bought your cards, the game will begin as soon as the countdown timer reaches zero.
The top half of the screen shows you how much the full house is worth, plus the numbers that have been called so far, and there’s also a cog icon that lets you access the game settings.
The voice that announces the numbers varies from site-to-site. For example, if you play the game at Foxy Bingo, you’ll hear Foxy’s voice.
Your tickets sit in the bottom section of the screen, and when a ball is announced that matches a number on your ticket, it’s marked by a dabber.
Within the settings, you can alter the look and colour of your dabber and you can also toggle the game sounds on and off.
Cash Out Bingo is a simple yet innovative concept that helps to take out some of the frustration of being one of several players all holding a 1TG ticket. Although there’s no additional jackpot to play for, this 90-ball bingo variant allows 1TG players to take home guaranteed cash, which is not often seen in standard 90-ball games, apart from those that offer 1TG feature prizes.
Cash Out Bingo is available across many of Entain’s online bingo brands, including Foxy Bingo, Coral Bingo, Ladbrokes Bingo, and Cheeky Bingo.
However, if you choose to play it at Foxy Bingo, you’ll also be able to play in all sorts of other rooms as well such as Carers UK Charity, Fluffy Favourites Bingo, and the Fox Cubs room which is just for newbies and offers you three days’ free access when you sign-up and deposit £5 or more!
Author And Contributing Editor
Anita is a well-known bingo-lover and has been involved with online bingo since the late 1990’s. She has been along for the ride and seen the industry grow and develop into what it is today. She has worked with the biggest names in the industry and has a reputation for being fair and to the point in her writing.