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Who doesn’t love Bingo? Is there anything more satisfying than dabbing that last space on your board and raising your hand to shout out “Bingo!” for the win? Not in our book.
Here’s the deal: If you love Bingo like we do, there’s a free iPhone app called Bingo Cash that lets you play for money.
Playing Bingo for Money: How to Win Real Cash
You might be thinking: There’s got to be a catch. This is definitely one of those spammy apps, right?
Wrong. There really isn’t a catch.
When we say Bingo Cash is free, it really is free. Sure, you can pay to play some higher-stakes tournaments, but there’s no pressure.
Here’s an overview of how it works: You’ll be matched with other players within your same skill level, and everyone gets the same card and sees the same Bingo balls. Yep — the game is totally fair and skill-based. Those who finish among the top three can win real cash.
There are all kinds of strategic “boosters” that you can employ in the game, like the options to dab any number on your card, double your points or earn extra time.
The app is free to download, and it’s a game you already know and love. Plus there’s no risk, so it’s worth a shot, right? Over on the App Store, it has a 4.7-star rating (out of 5).
If you win a cash tournament, you can cash out through PayPal or Apple Pay.
Oh, and we almost forgot the best part: This app doesn’t have any annoying ads, so you don’t have to worry about your games getting interrupted.
To get started, just download the free app and start playing your first game immediately.
Cash tournaments are not available in the following states: Arizona, Arkansas, Iowa, Louisiana, Delaware and South Carolina.
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