What Would You Do With Massive Bingo Win?

We’re really pleased that land based bingo is still notching up the big wins in the clubs, as just like online bingo, the the allure of a life changing win is a real draw that keeps the players playing bingo. The latest big land based winner is an anonymous granny who bagged and impressive bingo win of £233,000 at Mecca Bingo in Sale.

The National Game, which the lucky lady won is a linked game that is played across clubs in the UK simultaneously. This means that you are unfortunately playing against thousands and thousands of other players, not just the few hundred that may be sat around you in your club.

However, what it does mean is massive prizes for the lucky few. The usual prize for an afternoon game is between 5 and 10K, and 20 – 30K for the evening session on a daily basis. But, the jackpots which happen once a month, regularly break the 200K mark.

The anonymous winner has shared hger with her children and grandchildren and plans on keeping the rest as a nest egg. Which, to this writer is probably the best way to divest such a nice sum of cash. Maybe it’s an age thing though…

I don’t have any grandchildren, but I’m sure if I did they would be on my list (as long as they were well-behaved!). So, what would you do with a big pile of bingo cash? A frivolous spending spree? A canny investment? Sharing it with your family? Or perhaps something else?

We’d like to know what our site visitors would spend the money on. And while we’re at it, it would be interesting to know if there’s an age or gender difference to what lucky winners would spend their money on.

So please do us a favour and let us know what you would do with the cash, and give us your rough age (20-30, 31-40, 41-50 etc). And, please let us know of your gender. If we get enough responses we’ll have a look and see if their are any commonalities (correlations). Please fill in the comment form below, we would love to hear what you would do with the money.

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