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Exclusive Progressive Jackpot Winner At Tidy Bingo

Posted by Nickie on: Thursday, Aug. 13th 2015 7:57 AM

If you are a regular player on the 15 Network sites like Tidy Bingo then you will know that they offer a progressive jackpot on both 75 and 90 ball games. For the 90 ball bingo a full house has to be called in just 39 numbers, quite a feat in itself. What you may not know is that Tidy offer their very own exclusive 90 ball progressive jackpot, one that is easier to win as there are 45 calls required to snap up their bounty.

On Tuesday 4th, August the exclusive jackpot was won for the 6th time by wtg_lol, a regular player in the Tidy Cupboard, the standalone room that hosts the Tidy Bingo PJP. The great thing about this jackpot is that the six winners to date have not spent extortionate amounts of cash to win the prize on offer. All of the tickets in the Cupboard, apart from the first game of each session, are priced at either 5p or ticket.

It’s hard to believe that it was nearly a year ago that this jackpot was won, but in that time it grew to over £190 with wtg_lol a total of £198.12 – a jackpot that included the standard pot prize. This lucky lady has only actually spent £1.20 on tickets for the game in which she won the big money, not a bad return on investment really.

PJP Winners At Tidy Bingo

Below are details of the six PJP winners at Tidy Bingo since it was introduced to the site in May 2014:

Won £80.53 on 27th May 2014 in 44 calls on the number 50, purchased 24 tickets at a cost of £1.20

Won £82.95 on 24th June 2014 in 36 calls on the number 20, purchased 12 tickets at a cost of 60p

Won £93.39 on 2nd September 2014 in 38 calls in the number 72, purchased 6 tickets at a cost of 30p

Also won on 2nd September, just an hour after billy0mates she won £77.48 in 43 calls on the number 24, purchased 12 tickets at a cost of £1.20

Won £79.76 on 16th September 2014 in 42 calls on the number 82, purchased 12 tickets at a cost of 60p

Who will be the next progressive winner at Tidy Bingo?


By: Nickie Shute

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