Whether it’s your first time playing or your hundredth, Vegas offers various ways to play bingo. While the most common and traditional way to play is Classic Bingo, Electronic Bingo has increased in popularity.
For the uninitiated:
- Classic Bingo utilizes physical cards and an ink dauber to fill in each square
- Electronic bingo (eBingo) uses a touch-screen device that allows for manual or automatic square marking, making this an excellent option for beginners.
Bingo venues typically offer both options; however, some venues only have one or the other.
Here are some of the best places to play electronic bingo in Las Vegas:
The Plaza prides itself on being the only bingo venue in Downtown Vegas. The 280-seat hall on Main Street offers six daily bingo sessions from 11 a.m. until 9 p.m.
Players can win larger cash prizes by landing on the unique “Hotball” numbers. Hotball numbers are chosen during the day’s first game, and jackpots can go as high as $5,000.
Other Plaza electronic bingo bonuses include:
- 2x point reel multiplier with the 11 a.m. session
- Get a coverall in 47 ball calls or less to win over $1,000,000
- Get a coverall in 48 to 54 number calls to win up to $50,000
- Bonus Small Rainbows and Blue Packs with your pack purchase
You can also attend one of the Plaza’s $160,000 Super Bingo Tournaments. These tournaments attract hundreds of players from across the U.S. to play more than 60 bingo games and win big prizes over two days.
For a more local option for eBingo, Suncoast Hotel & Casino in Summerlin has you covered. Along with exceptional staff and service, this West Vegas venue offers players complimentary beverages during all six sessions of the day.
The main hall has a capacity of over 600 players, accompanied by a 98-seat smoking area with direct restroom access.
Suncoast lists its winners and their jackpots on its website. Double Daub prizes have gone as high as $88,218, with coverall winnings reaching as much as $21,800.
Boulder Station offers electronic bingo games every other hour between 9 a.m. and 11 p.m. Boulder offers twelve classic games plus a progressive jumbo bingo at the start of each session. Attend the 9 a.m. session to enjoy free donuts!
The minimum buy-in at Boulder Station is only $4, with a capacity for up to 600 players.
Located off Boulder Highway and open 24 hours a day, Sam’s Town is a much-loved local bingo venue on the south side of Vegas. Like other bingo spots in town, Sam’s Town offers sessions every other hour between 9 a.m. and 11 p.m., with twelve regular games per session.
With seating for up to 500 guests, the progressive jackpot starts at $250 and increases each session until won. Sam’s Town also offers free donuts at the 9 a.m. sessions and many promotional events, especially during the summer.
Found off-Strip on the south end of the iconic Las Vegas Blvd., South Point offers electronic Bingo at all of its sessions for only $2 per unit.
Players pay to play twelve games of bingo per session and have a chance to win a $10,000 bonus if they get a coverall in 52 number calls or less. Players are also offered complimentary beverages at every game.
Located just off the Strip, Gold Coast offers electronic bingo for its guests and serves complimentary drinks throughout the day and coffee and donuts during its morning sessions.
Gold Coast’s Bingo Center has seating for over 720 people, making it one of the largest bingo rooms in Las Vegas. Players come from all over the country to experience the atmosphere and get a chance to win.
If you play at Gold Coast on one of their event or promotional days, you’ll have the chance to win guaranteed cash prizes and larger jackpots than on regular game days.
With high-capacity bingo rooms, electronic options for beginners, and complimentary drinks, there are plenty of off-Strip options in Las Vegas for bingo.