how to win at bingo pull tabs

Bingo Sealed Tickets or Pull-Tab Tickets
*****Please note that all sealed tickets/Pull-Tabs are sold by the deal, not the case*****
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Bingo event tickets and sealed tickets (also known as pull tab tickets) are a popular and effective fundraising item for charitable nonprofit organizations. Sealed tickets are sold to players at Bingo games, civic clubs, and fraternal and veterans organizations like the VFW, American Legion, and Elks. The object of the game is to open the perforated windows on the back of the ticket and match the symbols inside the ticket to the winning combinations on the front of the ticket. Winning sealed tickets and bingo pull tabs are turned in for a cash prize.

Sealed tickets:

• Are easy to play
• Have high payouts
• Are fun to play
• Provide definite profits to nonprofits
• Have frequent winners
• Require no skill to play

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How to win at bingo pull tabs

Bingo Event tickets or “Ball Games” are pull tabs with a twist! Bingo Event Tickets contain 2 ways to win – instant winners and “Hold” tickets used to play along with Bingo, or the event or ball game. They are easy to play and fun to win!

There are three basic types of Bingo Event Tickets or Ball Games:

  1. Single Ball – often called last ball called tickets
  2. Dab or Coverall Ball games
  3. Derby or Race Games. Each of these games contains instant winners for the playback action and “HOLD” tickets for the “Event” Prize or Ball Game.

Instant Winners

Instant Winners– simply open the ticket and win instantly if the symbols inside the ticket match the winning combinations on the front. Instant winners contain the Cash Payout® feature showing the amount won.

Bingo Event or Ball Game Winners

Bingo Event or Ball Game Winners – each Bingo Event Game has a set of “HOLD” tickets, traditionally with the word “hold” on the ticket or one or more bingo numbers (B1-O75). Each of the “hold” tickets is eligible for an additional prize and is usually played along with a regular bingo game. While you are playing bingo, simply watch, dab or mark your event ticket as the numbers are called and you may be a Winner. When all the tickets in the deal have been sold, the caller will announce which game will be the Bingo Event game.

The different styles of Bingo Event Games use different types of “HOLD” symbols, and the three basic event games are played as follows:

    Single Ball or Last Ball Hold Tickets — have 75 hold tickets in a deal, numbered B1—O75 with one bingo number per ticket. These hold tickets can be played along with any bingo game and the caller will simply designate which lucky ball ticket is the winner by determining in advance of playing whether the winner will be determined by the last ball called, first ball or hard luck ball. After the ball has been call, the player holding the winning ticket yells “Balls“! A floor worker will then verify the winning ticket and pay the winner.
    For example, if the winning ball ticket is the last ball called on a valid bingo, the operator will verify the bingo winner and then announce the last verified ball called and the player holding that ticket wins.

With Options #2 and #3 above, there is a possibility that the bingo game will end before the Event game is finished. If this happens, simply continue to call balls until a winner is determined in the normal manner, or the bingo chairman has the option of opening a window on the caller’s card (or flare) and awarding the prize to the ticket number or the combination of bingo balls indicated.

That’s all there is to it! HAVE FUN!

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