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Valentine's Day Bingo Ideas

If Bingo Be the Food of Love, Play On

The most romantic day of the year is rapidly approaching, and for couples and singletons everywhere, Sunday 14th February 2021 is sure to be a Valentine’s Day like no other.

With social distancing measures and bans on households mixing, celebrating long-distance relationships is likely to be tricky.

But whether you’re hoping to mark the occasion with your soulmate or your single best mate, WhichBingo has come up with some surprisingly easy ways to make this Valentine’s Day a fun (and, of course, bingo-themed) one.

To kick things off, you might want to think about having a candle-lit meal over Skype or Zoom, and thanks to several of the UK’s biggest supermarkets, you can both enjoy a socially distanced slap-up meal at a fraction of the cost of your favourite restaurant. For example, Co-Op is running a £15 Valentine’s meal deal for two which includes three courses (including vegan options) and a choice of wine, prosecco, and a soft drink.

Alternatively, you could try and bag a free meal by taking part in Mecca Bingo’s Win a Meal for 2 promotion which has 30 JustEat vouchers worth £30 to give away.

Next, it’s time to unveil the evening’s entertainment, and if you’re a bingo fan, there are loads of ways to make your night go with a bang.

For instance, you could try a Gala Bingo Club Night, which is a daily virtual bingo night that runs in the site’s Main Event room from 7.30 PM until 8.45 PM. Sundays are Double Ton Up Sundays, in which the full house is worth a terrific £200 in every game.

You could also enjoy a live bingo experience from the comfort of your respective homes by playing at Bingocams – the site where your chat hosts appear on the screen via live video feeds and roomies are encouraged to join in the fun by turning their webcams on to capture their Live Win Moment.

If you’d prefer to make your bingo experience a little more personal, why not create and print your own bingo cards in advance? There are plenty of websites that enable you to create bingo cards for free, and you can even make up your own prizes such as “I.O.U. a back massage” for when you’re able to see each other in person.

However you choose to spend this Valentine’s Day, WhichBingo hopes you have a very happy one!

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