75 Ball Bingo Rules
The 75 ball bingo game is played mainly in the USA and Canada. So here are the 75 ball
bingo rules, if you want to know how to play the american version.
A 75 ball bingo card is a 5x5 grid where the central square is "Free" which
means it is already marked. The first column (the "B" column) is for number
1-15, after that you have the "I", "N", "G" and
"O" column, each containing the next sequence of 15 numbers, so there are 75
numbers in total. Note that you can buy one or several cards for each game.
Numbers are called randomly and players will check if they have these numbers on their
cards and mark them. If the caller call B12, you know that 12 is in the "B" column and you can easily check if you have it.
The goal of the game is to be the first player who have marked all
numbers that match a specific pattern. A bingo pattern can be any shape like for example
there is the letter "C" shape where you must mark all numbers on the top
horizontal row, the left vertical column and the bottom horizontal row. There is the
"coverall" (also called "blackout") pattern where you must mark all
the numbers on your card. Sometimes it can just be any horizontal or vertical line. Visit
our 75 ball bingo patterns page to see more of them.
Besides regular prizes, there are progressive jackpots. Usually, you will win one of
these jackpots if you achieve a coverall pattern within a certain number of calls. To
learn more about prizes, jackpots and special features, don't forget to read the 75 ball
bingo rules of any online bingo hall where you want to open an account.
A screenshot of a 75 ball bingo game at Bingo Hall