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Bingogame 75 balls

For a bingo game played with 75 numbered balls, you will need printed cards with random numbers within the range 1 to 75. These have a distinctive design of squares. Each time a numbered ball is drawn and the number called out, players cross off the number if it appears on their card.

There are two variations: ‘lines’ bingo and ‘pattern’ bingo. Depending on the type of game that is chosen, players can win by completing one or more lines on their card or by making a preset pattern. In both types of game, the biggest prize is won by filling every part of the card to give a full house.

The value of the prize is usually linked to the level of difficulty of reaching the ‘bingo’ by crossing off the numbers to make lines and patterns or fill the card. When ‘lines’ bingo is played, a prize will be won five times, while in ‘pattern’ bingo a payout will occur three times.

Overview of the prize structure in lines bingo:

  • 1 line or column completed will win
  • 2 lines or columns completed will win
  • 3 lines or columns completed will win
  • 4 lines or columns completed will win
  • Full bingo card will win the final prize

Overview of the prize structure in pattern bingo

  • 1 line or column completed will win
  • Completing a pre-chosen pattern will win
  • Full bingo card will win the final prize

How are the cards designed?

The card for a bingo game using 75 balls consists of five rows and five columns, making a total of 25 squares on each card. All the squares contain a number ranging from 1 to 75, with the exception of the middle box. That box usually contains a dot or the word ‘FREE.’ This ‘wild card’ box counts towards filling each row or column, vertically or horizontally, meaning that in practical terms the card actually has 24 different numbers to play with.

Every column on the card has a fixed division of numbers that are linked to the letters of the word BINGO. The distribution of the numbers is laid out as follows:

  • Column B – Numbers 1 to 15
  • Column I – Numbers 16 to 30
  • Column N – Numbers 31 to 45
  • Column G – Numbers 46 to 60
  • Column O – Numbers 61 to 75

How to print out the cards

Select the colour you want to use for printing out cards that will be used to play bingo. Choose from seven different colours: dark blue, violet, blue, green, yellow, orange and red. You can also print them out in black and white if you prefer.

The control panel at the top of the page gives you the option to create new cards, changing the pattern of numbers for every card on the page each time you click it. There is also a button that allows you to print out the bingo cards.

When printing out the cards, it is important to make sure you choose the right printer settings as otherwise they will not print properly.

Black and white or colour

If you prefer to play with cards that are coloured rather than black and white, do not forget to make sure that the printer is set to print in colour and is not set to a grey or black and white option.

Background colours

If you have chosen your favourite background colour and it is showing on the screen, make sure that the appropriate colour print option has been set before you start to print out the cards.

Paper size and orientation

As a rule, these are both already set up on your printer but it never hurts to check before you hit the print button. Make sure you are using paper that is A4 or portrait size and that you have the printer orientation on the standard upright setting.