20 February 2019
By Elaine Murphy
Bingo is one of the most popular forms of entertainment around the world today. It’s a game which has stood the test of time over the years, remaining fun and exciting for everyone who plays it. In fact, bingo is now very popular in both the online and mobile sectors, especially with the emergence of mFortune Bingo and other ambitious brands. However, there are still many of us who still enjoy the excitement of the traditional bingo halls and as a result, the game can still be found at various halls in many countries, one of them being Ireland. Read on to find out some of the best places to enjoy bingo in the Emerald Isle.
Rock Bingo in Cork is one of the biggest and best bingo halls in the whole of Ireland. With 1,000 seats, a great restaurant and a well-equipped venue, it makes for the perfect setting to enjoy some exciting bingo action. Rock Bingo ensure they’re using state of the art bingo equipment, which makes it appeal to a whole new generation of bingo players, while they also have paper books available too, ensuring that everyone can enjoy bingo exactly how they wish to. With hundreds, if not thousands, of pounds on offer, it’s a venue more than worth checking out.
Let’s Bingo is one of the most recognisable bingo venues in Ireland. Located in Dundalk, this colourful bingo hall has an eye-catching interior, as well as eye-catching offerings inside too. It’s an all action affair at Let’s Bingo, with up to 500 players housed and games being played non-stop seven nights a week. Like many other bingo venues, Let’s Bingo have embraced the advancements made where technology is concerned, with handheld tablets and state of the art gaming machines in operation inside the venue. Let’s Bingo also run a rewarding loyalty scheme too, allowing players to benefit from some fantastic perks as a member of the bingo hall.
Caesars Palace is a gaming hub located in Galway which has everything a gamer could ever want or need in the one place. Where bingo is concerned, games are played every day from 11.30am ‘til late, meaning there’s always a chance to catch a game or two, or to enjoy a day or a night of bingo action. Caesars’ bingo hall seats around 200 players with multiple types of games being played throughout the week. There’s the opportunity to win some great prizes at Caesars too, with up to €3,000 jackpots up for grabs quite regularly. As you’d expect, the venue has all the mod cons such as free Wi-Fi, which makes it the place to be when visiting Galway.
As you can see, bingo still has a big role to play in Ireland, and there are some fantastic venues to check out when you’re in the country. They are all perfect for those wishing to play bingo with state-of-the-art technology in use, while there’s also the opportunity to play the game the more traditional way too. So if you are over in Ireland and need a bingo fix, you won’t go wrong by visiting any of the three venues above.