Valentine's Day comes round just once a year , so all online bingo players should grab the opportunity to take advantage of all the special offers that the bingo sites reveal.
Bingo Hall has unveiled some super big money games, but rest assured that the CMs will also be loaded up with BBs to give away on and around the big day.
Today and tomorrow online bingo players can take advantage of two days of increasing value fixed pots by playing along with the Capital of Romance offer in the Dollar bingo room. On Monday, 13th February there will be $6,000 up for grabs from 8pm to 9pm, while on Valentine's Day itself this will increase to $7,000 and be played from 9pm to 10pm - all cash prizes.
In the Quarter bingo room they are thinking about Romantic Restaurants and between 5pm and 8pm from February 13th to 15th Bingo Hall will slip in three hidden jackpots worth $350 each - that's one special jackpot every day. There will be no advance warning of when these special jackpots will be played - it will only be announced once the game has started - so keep it Quarters and don't miss out.
Bingo Hall loves hearing from players and to encourage even more interaction the site is looking for players stories about their most romantic Valentine's Day ever. Players that secure a win in the Desperate Housewives room between now and February 15th on special letter S patterns and then send their story to the site will be in line to win an extra $200.
All the stories will be posted on the Bingo Hall blog from February 24th and then other players get to vote for their favourite. The most popular story wins the $200.
Check out Bingo Hall and all its offers with a special free $30 no deposit bingo bonus, plus a 350% first deposit bonus, then look out for lots of great offers on future reloads.
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