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Charitable Bingo House Rules.
No outside solicitations allowed
- Bingo Player must be at least 12 years of age and children under the age of 16 must be accompanied by an Adult at all times.
- You must be at least 18 years old to purchases or redeem Pull-Tab Tickets.
- You must have a paid admission to be on the gaming floor.
- You may NOT bring Alcohol into the Hall.
- Alcohol that has been purchased must not leave the main gaming floor per State Law
- For your safety we ask you only use the main entrance doors unless it’s an emergency
- It is the players responsibility to stop the caller once you have a BINGO, Players must shout out and raise their hand to stop the game. You can only have a bingo once the caller has called out the winning number (key Number). Staff, will verify your pattern number with the bingo caller. The caller will clearly indicate if its is a valid bingo. The caller will then ask if there are any other bingos. If there are no other Bingos, the game will be closed and the winner(s) prize will be equally divided among winners.
- Players must have the current pattern being displayed on the bingo monitors to have a Bingo. To be a valid Bingo, the key number (last number called) must be part of that pattern.
- All Bingo and Pull-Tab Sales are final. (non-refundable)
- All Pull-Tab instant wins must be redeemed by the end of the session, Seal card numbers (hold numbers) will remain valid for 90days after the game has been sold out.
- Pull-Tab sellers may only sell to people that are seated during a session, they proceed sequentially row to row, and may not return until completing their travel through the hall.
- Cell phones are to be placed in silent mode, if you need to make or take a call please do so in the lobby at all times during game play.
- Disruptive behavior towards staff and/or other players is not tolerated. Such behavior will result in you being ejected and/or suspended from Broadacres.
- Respect other players by keeping your voices low and quiet during conversations. (Like you’re are in a library)
- Players must conduct themselves in a manner that is socially acceptable and not offensive to other players or staff.
- The House Reserves the right to refuse admission or remove players whose conduct is considered offensive, disruptive, or fail to follow house rules or staff instructions to maintain a safe and harmonious environment.