THE RULES OF BINGO
In order to play Bingo you must be at least 18 years of age.
The caller will announce the colour of the book and ticket as well as the serial number prior to the start of each game. You must be playing the correct ticket to win.
When a player calls "Bingo", the supervisor shall decide whether or not that person has won the game.
If the caller announces a number incorrectly he or she shall annonunce that they have made an error and announce the correct number.
If the caller makes an incorrect announcement, that incorrect announcement shall for the purpose of determining whether or not the game has been won be deemed never to have been called.
A player completing a full house following the announcement of the last number must denote such win by an audible call of "Bingo" and raise his or her hand.
A player who has all the relevant numbers on his or her ticket having been announced fails to call Bingo before the caller announces another number shall forfeit the game.
If two or more people call Bingo at the same time and all such relevant numbers on such players ticket have been called those players, subject to the regulations,shall be joint winners of that game and share the prizemoney accordingly.
Prizemoney in excess of $999 must, according to Regulations, be paid by cheque.
Mobile Phones Must Be 'Off' or 'Silent Mode'
No Children Allowed In The Centre While Sessions Are Being Played
No Smoking Inside Building. Smoking Areas Available Outside For Your Convenience
Advertised prizemoney is subject to sufficient book sales.
Prizemoney will be paid as per the amount announced by the caller prior to a game. Any other amount advertised (less or more) will then become null and void.