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Win A Holiday A Day At Gala Bingo

Posted by Lee on: Tuesday, Aug. 8th 2017 4:21 AM

How are you coping with the kids being off school for the Summer? If you are anything like us, you will be going greyer by the day and slowly losing the will to live! Having so much time off is great if you are a kid, but if you are the one responsible for keeping them out of mischief then it can be a stressful time. Luckily, Gala Bingo are here to lend a hand and they are giving away a holiday a day.

This sun-packed new promotion from Gala Bingo is running until Saturday 26th August, so you have plenty of time to join in the fun. Before you do anything though, you must first log in to your account and opt it. Don’t worry though, you only need to do this once and it will cover you until the promotion comes to an end.

Prize Draw Entries Gala Bingo

Once you have opted in, Gala Bingo will reward you with your first prize draw entry for every day you spend £5 on bingo cards. You are not restricted to one entry, because you will go on to earn one extra for every £5 real cash you wager on bingo cards each day. If you fancy boosting your chances of winning, you should make sure you play in the Coconut Island room, because every £5 spent in there will earn you double entries. There is no limit to the number of entries you can accumulate, so the more you play, the more chances you’ll have of winning a prize.

Pack Your Bags At Gala Bingo

All the entries you earn will automatically be included in the following days prize draw. Gala Bingo will then draw one lucky roomies name at random to win a four-night holiday at any one of several different parks spread across England, Scotland and Wales at some of the most popular family seaside resorts. The holiday prize is valued at £450, but if you have already booked to go somewhere else, you can opt to take a cash prize instead, and that will be 70% of the value, meaning you will win £315, which is sure to come in handy before the kids go back to school!

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