All the online bingo sites that make up the World Bingo Network are churning with activity on Monday and Thursday nights, and there’s one huge reason why: cheap online bingo. Nowhere else can you grab some great penny, nickel, and dime games for nearly three straight hours of cheap fun.
At Desperate Housewives Bingo, USA Bingo, and BingoWorkz, you can play the games you love for the ever-growing progressive jackpots. Even the frugal fiends will love that they can stretch their dollars (or other currencies) to include up to 200 games for just $2.
Here’s the schedule so you know when to pop on tonight (Thursday):
Penny Online Bingo: From 8:06pm to 8:54pm, head to the Penny Pinchers games in Bingo Central. The last penny games will be begin at 8:54pm.
Nickel Online Bingo: All hail, Nickel Madness. Stay in the Bingo Central hall from 9:06pm to the last games at 9:54pm to play Nickel Madness at its finest. Maximum card purchase is 200–not bad for a $10 wager.
Dime Online Bingo: At 10:06pm, it’s Dime Time, where the stakes are a bit higher and the bingo a bit more intense. Play until 10:54pm and see where your winnings fall!
Check out Value Nightz tonight at Desperate Housewives Bingo, USA Bingo, and BingoWorkz and get a feel for some great competition at low roller prices.
If you’ve ever been successful at winning handfuls of cash for pinches of coins, let us know what that winning amount was and where you played! We’re always looking for ways to get more bingo for our buck and more patterns for our pennies.
A handful of different events are coming up soon with CyberBingo. It starts with the most recent of their guaranteed events with the Party Night $15,000 Guaranteed event. You'll have cash prizes available starting at 8 pm Eastern, and you'll want to look in the CyberBingo Bingo Tourney room for this particular game. They have these guaranteed events like this on a regular basis, and the rules are usually about the same each time.
Rules for the Guaranteed Tournament
Valeriu Coca was a player in the $10,000 heads-up no-limit hold'em championship event, and after his fifth-place finish for over $54,000, there is some suspicion that he could have been cheating. While there is no concrete evidence against him at this time, there's a ton of circumstantial evidence that's piling up quickly. His win came after he beat five players, and all five of them have noted they were suspicious of his behavior and play during the games.
A History of Shady Behavior
LOS ANGELES TIMES
By Molly Hennessy-Fiske and Janet Hook, Times Staff Writers November 3, 2006
BILLINGS, MONT. — Heading into the last days of the fight for control of Congress, both political parties moved Thursday to expand the battlefield, trying to revive campaigns that had been seen as lost causes.
President Bush traveled to Montana to campaign for beleaguered GOP Sen. Conrad Burns, launching a final midterm drive for Republicans in mostly conservative states and districts.