Where can you find Donald Duck, Mickey Mouse and the roller coaster rides of Space Mountain and Big Thunder Mountain in a single place? If you answered Disneyland in Paris, then you are correct and you can give yourself a pat on the back. But why don’t you take it one step further and try to win an amazing holiday to one of the most fun-filled destinations across Europe. Your children will have a great time and so will you. City Bingo is running a special competition in July giving their members the chance to win The Magical Break game so they can scoop a four day holiday to Disneyland in Paris with all its thrilling attractions. The game is scheduled to take place on Thursday July 31 at 9:30pm.
The Magical Break game will cost you either £2 per card from the game lobby or 10 Diamonds per card from the Diamond store. But as always, City Bingo is all about giving their members the opportunity to earn those cards free of charge by completing the following easy tasks: every time a member deposits £10 on a Monday they will get 1 free card, while for every £50 wagered on the featured slot games between July 1 and July 30 they will get another free card. The featured slot machines include: Alice & The Mad Tea Party, Fish & Chips, Cup Carnaval, Rainbow Riches, Sugar Doggie and Lights – all of which can be found online, while the last two – Subtopia and Cafe de Paris are available on mobile and tablet.
The game will play on the 75 ball variant and the winner will be the first member to call bingo on the Coverall pattern. The prize is worth £1,000 and comes in the form of £550 worth of Thomas Cook vouchers, £300 in Euro Star vouchers and £400 in real cash so the winner can pay for hotel accommodation and use as spending money. Otherwise, the winner can always choose to receive the £1,000 cash alternative. Additionally, the top three members to spin the most money on the selected slots will get to share an extra £300 cash prize, so make sure you follow your progress by checking out the relevant leaderboard. Good luck, or should we say ‘Bonne chance’ everyone!