Is Mansfield The Lucky Place To Play Bingo?

We all love online bingo and the chance to log on to our favourite sites and share a laugh with our buddies. Therefore, every now and then, we like to put down the virtual dauber and head out for a game or two at our local bingo hall. If you live near Nottinghamshire then you’re in luck, because the Apollo Bingo Club there is fast becoming one of the luckiest places in the country.

We can’t explain why, but it appears lady luck has set up home at the Apollo Bingo Club in Mansfield. Their players have been winning big over the past few months, with a whopping £50,000 won in one month alone, when the venue scooped a quartet of big wins. The club is currently owned by Majestic Bingo which was set up in 2014, but the venue has been serving the local community for almost twenty years.

Apollo Bingo Big Mansfield Winners

Sheila Stone, a lucky 77-year-old pension from Blackwell near South Normonton became Apollo Bingo‘s latest winner when she scooped over £11,000 on a Wednesday nights National Live game.

The lucky lady was shocked at big win and has vowed to split it with her son and partner as they all play together. She says “We stayed up until 2am to wait for my son to come home from work and shared a bottle of wine. We’ve been playing for a few years but it our first big win. We’ll be using the money to pay off our holidays.”

Strike It Lucky At Apollo Bingo

The week prior to Sheila’s big win, 43-year-old Dawn Cijocariu walked away with a cool £13,000 whilst two players in February won £14,282.16 and £9,983 respectively.

The club is managed by Jon Nellist who says “What a great start to the year for our customers and the club. We love celebrating wins in our club, big and small. The National Live is played daily, afternoon and evening and has brought good fortune to quite a few of our customers over the years. Our congratulations and well wishes all our recent winners.” The club us now planning to host two parties for their winners soon where cheques will be presented.

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