Yes. As we are an over 18 facility you are required to have government-issued picture ID to be in the building. Also, if you win a prize to be paid out by cheque we require a government-issued picture ID.
Each Delta location has multiple daily Bingo Sessions. Plan to arrive about 20-30 minutes earlier than the scheduled Bingo Session. This will give you plenty of time to buy your cards, find a seat and get ready for some fun! Choose a location on the website to view session times.
Make sure you bring cash with you. We do not accept debit/credit cards for gaming purchases. All players should carry ID to show proof of age (18+). We have bingo dabbers on site to purchase as well as food and beverages. Also remember to arrive about 20-30 minutes prior to Bingo session start time.
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 when those games are being 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 government-issued picture ID.
Yell bingo loud enough for the caller to hear and stop the game and put up your hand. A customer service representative will then come over to verify your winning card with the caller and you will be paid the prize according to the game.
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 in order 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 amount called 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 on the ‘Super Jackpot’ and ‘Progressive’ games.
You have the choice to play paper bingo or digital bingo. Both ways are fun! Playing paper bingo, you will need to use a dabber to mark your cards. For digital bingo, the computer plays for you, notifying you when a bingo is won.
Yes, many of our locations do serve alcohol. You must be 19 years of age or older to be served. (Licensed locations include: Brampton, St. Catharines, Fort Erie, Niagara Falls, Peterborough, St. Clair, Val Caron and Sudbury)
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, your prize is added to your account that 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.