The cost to play Bingo can be as little as $20! Prices vary per location, day, and session. Additional costs are based on the number of cards added once you become a more experienced player and if you’d like to play ‘specials.’ For an accurate breakdown of pricing per location, visit the ‘pricing and programs’ tab on your local Delta’s location page.
Most Bingo Sessions last 2-3 hours with a 15 minute intermission in the middle.
Yes. Everyone who enters the gaming centre must be 18 years of age or older and have government-issued photo identification. For wins of $10,000 or more, a second piece of ID is required with your primary photo ID to claim your prize. This second piece of ID is to confirm your name and can be a debit/credit card or student card.
Plan to arrive at least 20-30 minutes earlier than the scheduled start time. This will ensure you have enough time to buy your cards, find a seat and get ready for some fun! Select a location to view Bingo start times.
Your payment method (cash, credit or debit), Government-issued photo ID to show proof of age (18+) and a smile! All new Ontario players receive a free dabber to play – just let our team know it’s your first visit!
Cash, credit, or debit only. We do not accept cheques or American Express for gaming products. We also have several ATMs available at each location.
*Credit can be used for Bingo purchases only at our customer service desk. Maximum $250.00 transaction limit.
In addition to your Bingo booklet (which contains your bingo cards for each game throughout the session), a special is a separate strip of Bingo cards that you can purchase for specific games played throughout the session. If you do not buy the specials, you will not be dabbing while those games are played. Specials generally have a higher prize amount available to be won.
A jackpot prize is a cash prize associated with a special. If the game is won within a specific number of balls called, the jackpot prize will be paid out to the winner. A win of this nature requires a piece of government-issued photo ID.
These are “break-open tickets” that are sold separately on the gaming floor for $1 per ticket.
Objective: The objective is to get a ticket with all matching symbols for an instant cash prize, or to get a ticket with three bingo numbers on them, to be played during that bingo session for a chance to win a set prize and a progressive jackpot. Tickets with mismatched symbols are considered losing tickets and can be discarded.
Tickets with bingo numbers on them are to be played during that bingo session. If a number called during the specified session in on the balls ticket, player is to use their dabber to mark that number. A $200 guaranteed prize is paid to the first person to dab the 3 bingo ball numbers on their ticket. The last ball call must be a number on your ticket. If a player dabs each number on the ticket, they yell “BALLS!”. Once the ticket is validated as a winning one, the winner must pick a number from 1 to 10 for a chance at winning the progressive prize.
Some locations may have different renditions of the balls tickets with names such as “Maniac Balls” and “Double Action Balls”. There will be some differences with how these balls tickets are played. Be sure to ask a staff member to explain the difference to you.
No. All purchases made by a player are for the player only. You cannot share cards.
Raise your hand, and ensure you yell ‘BINGO’ loud enough for the caller to hear you so that the game stops. One of our customer service representatives will then come over to verify your winning card with the caller, and if verified, you will be paid the prize according to the game. In the case of multiple winners, the prize will be divided evenly.
There are a total of 75 numbers in the bingo machine. The ‘designated number’ or ‘ordinal’ is the maximum number of balls that can be called for someone to win the bingo prize. For example, if the designated number for a game is 50, you must get the bingo in the first 50 numbers called to win the big prize. If you get a bingo when 51 numbers or more are called, you receive the smaller prize known as a ‘consolation’ prize. Designated numbers and consolation prizes are constantly changing for each game. You can find these numbers on the jackpots page of our website and in each centre on the jackpot board. Designated numbers are usually included for the ‘Super Jackpot’ and ‘Progressive’ games.
Your goal is to complete the designated pattern in order to win the associated prize. As a player, your goal is to dab the numbers on your card as they are announced by the caller in order to complete the required game pattern. Game patterns are announced by the caller, displayed on the TV screens, and on the program sheet provided. If you complete the required pattern, be sure to yell ‘BINGO’ loudly so the caller can stop the game and verify your bingo.
Playing styles: There are multiple playing styles to suit your preferences. Players have the choice to play paper bingo, digital bingo or a combination of both.
Be sure to let us know when you arrive if you are a new player. Our customer service team is always available to support you and answer any questions you may have.
This will vary across Delta locations. Most often, the cost to play paper or digital will be similar.
Playing digital bingo, you can play up to 72 faces per game. On paper, you can play as many cards as you can manually dab.
No. Bingo prices vary based on what day, location, and session time you’d like to play. However, ‘specials’ are always the same price.
The licensing and regulation of charity bingo is the responsibility of the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario (AGCO).
Our Vegas-style gaming machines are a modernized version of the conventional break open ticket.
The minimum bet on our Vegas-style gaming machines varies by location. The lowest is about $0.50 to $2.00 per play. Some locations also have multi-denomination as well as Progressive Jackpots.
Yes, many of our locations do serve alcohol. You must be 19 years of age or older to be served. (Licensed locations include: Brampton, Downsview, St. Catharines, Fort Erie, Niagara Falls, Peterborough, St. Clair, Val Caron, Sudbury, Barrie, Hawkesbury, Penetang, and Pembroke)
Absolutely, all Delta Bingo & Gaming locations have a snack bar and offer limited menu items. Many of our locations also have a fully licensed bar with a variety of beverages to choose from. We have everything you need for a great night out!
All of our locations are wheelchair accessible and offer handicapped parking spaces.*
*Delta Welland only offers street parking.
No. You must be 18 years of age or older to enter and play at all Delta Bingo & Gaming locations. You must be 19 years of age or older to purchase alcohol.
Yes. Customers are welcome to use cameras while visiting and are encouraged to share these with us on social media! Please refrain from taking pictures of other customers or of the actual game in progress.
If you win on an electronic gaming machine, the prize amount is added to your account, and you can cash out at the end of the session. If you win on paper, someone will come to your table to pay you your prize.
With the exception of certified working dogs, pets and other animals are not permitted into our facilities.
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