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Play 90-Ball Bingo Online!

Learn the difference between 90-ball and 75-ball bingo with Mecca Bingo! Ready to dive into our online bingo site and join the classic 90-ball action for your chance to win BIG cash prizes? We’ll give you the lowdown on our 90-ball bingo games so you can play bingo online.

First thing’s first: if you’ve played bingo before, then you’ll know that 90-ball bingo follows the same simple and fun formula as other popular forms of bingo. The aim is to complete lines on your tickets (which are displayed in a 9x3 grid pattern) as the host calls out numbers at random from 1 to 90. There are three ways to win with 90-ball bingo: 1 line, 2 lines, and a full house.

How to Play 90-Ball Bingo Game Online

Get started by buying your tickets. You can get online bingo tickets from as little as 1p – or free in Lucky for Some, our free bingo room! These are available before the start of every game in the bingo lobby. You can also buy tickets ahead of time, meaning you’ll be guaranteed a place if spaces are limited.

The first number called will mark the start of each game. If the number called matches the number on your ticket, go ahead and cross it off – and be sure to listen up if you’re playing in your local Mecca Bingo Club. If you’re playing online bingo, no need to worry, as our system will mark the numbers off for you.

The host or caller will continue to call numbers until someone has crossed off all their numbers to pocket the first prize – this is usually called a 1-line win. The game will then continue until a 2-line win is claimed, and the full house prize will be won when all the numbers on a ticket are crossed off.

90-Ball Bingo Game – The Best Odds

An online 90-ball bingo card usually consists of 15 numbers. The chances of calling a full house in just 15 numbers are statistically nearly impossible! On average, 75% of 90-ball games are won by the 64th call.

There are a few tips you can use to boost your odds, like playing at a time when the room is quiet, buying multiple cards, or waiting for a shared jackpot prize to drop.

If you truly want the best odds of winning at bingo, BOB (or Best Odds Bingo), is the place to be. Player numbers are capped, and you can buy a maximum of 10 tickets – which cost just 50p! There are often cool additional rewards up for grabs, such as ‘A Few Extra BOB’ and the ‘BOB’s Your Uncle’ jackpots. Fancy trying the best odds of winning at bingo?

Here are the three ways to win in 90-ball games:

  • 1-line win: where you try cover a complete horizontal line on your card.
  • 2-line win: where you’ll have two completed horizontal lines. These don’t have to be on the same tickets where a 1-line win was crossed off, but they do have to be on the same ticket as each other.
  • Full house win: the classic call and the most fruitful way to win! Mark off all the numbers on a single ticket and you’re likely to pocket a grand prize, a cash jackpot, or even a shared prize that’s split between you and all the other players in the winning room.