Start a Bingo Group

If you are looking to start a game group, consider getting a group of friends together for the Bingo Game, sort of a Bingo club. Other popular get together games are Bunko, Gin, or Poker. Those games require some concentration. The Bingo Game would allow for fun and fellowship without breaking the players’ concentration.

After all, the Bingo Game is a game of chance. Listening is important, but when it comes right down to it, whether a player wins or loses depends on the luck of the draw. Consider hosting the game meetings at your home, a community room, or alternate host sites among players.

If you are planning to start a Bingo Game “club,” consider these options:

1. Have each player bring a small gift, say in the $5 to $10 range. Let winners select a gift.
2. Play for food. Have each player bring a dozen cookies, a pie or cake, or some other favorite. Let the winners select their favorite goodie.
3. You’ll be tempted to play for money. Before doing so, check with your state to see if the Bingo Game is considered “gambling.” If so, certain prize restrictions will apply. You don’t want to break the law.
4. Play for charity. Sign your Bingo Game club up to participate in a charity event, like the American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life. Ask area businesses to donate prizes for the event, or ask club members to donate special skills for crafts. Hold a big Bingo Game for the community, accepting donations to enter the facility or per card. Donate all the proceeds to the charity.

No matter what your purpose for starting up a Bingo Game club, you will be glad to see the results: a lot of fun, a way to make new friends, and an excuse to get together on a regular basis.