Best times to play bingo

Bingo, word used to express satisfaction at a sudden positive outcome.

You might not have thought about it before, but by choosing the right time to play bingo, you can increase your chances of winning. And playing at certain times of the day (or night) can make you much less likely to win – and that’s a shame if those are the times you usually play (but it might explain why you never come away with any prizes after logging on). Read on to find out how, even though bingo at is a game of luck, timing is everything.

Peak Hours

Peak hours really means the busiest periods, so it’s important to know when these happen to be on the bingo site you like to play on. Although it can be hard to determine just when these times are, they are most likely to be between 8am and 9am (when workers are commuting and settling in at the office), between 12pm and 2pm (lunch) and after 5pm until around 11pm (after work and before bed).

If you can play outside of these times, there will be fewer players in each of the rooms and that means you have more chance of winning. Bear in mind, though, that it can also mean the prizes are lower.

You’ll need to determine just what you are happier with – more wins for less money, or fewer wins but when you do win the prizes are greater. Is it the winning or the money that means more?

When You’re Tired

Playing bingo when you’re tired is a bad idea, so you should always play when you are wide awake enough to keep an eye on what is happening around you. Although most online bingo is automated, meaning you won’t miss out on a prize should you win it, there are other things around that need to be thought of, and you need a clear head with good decision making skills to ensure you are sensible with the amount of money you want to spend, and how many tickets you intend to buy.

Quiet Times

What times are the quietest in your household? Is it first thing in the morning? Last thing at night? Pick the quiet times so you’re not constantly being interrupted or distracted by other people – you can really enjoy the game then and concentrate more on what you need to do. You can also interact more with other players when you have the house to yourself, or you’ve found a quiet time to play. That’s all part of the fun, and missing out on this because you’re halfway through cooking dinner or you’ve got a project to hand in won’t be as enjoyable.

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