Bingo is a game of chance and a game of fun, creative patterns. When a Bingo number is called, we all race to fill in our card with a certain pattern so that when that pattern is completed we can call “Bingo”.
Bingo patterns are as creative and varying as anything Picasso can think up, but a problem arises when you don’t know what the accepted Bingo patterns are. Here are a few of the basic Bingo patterns that you might find at your local Bingo game.
These three are the basic Bingo patterns that you’ll find at Bingo games for Girl Scouts, elementary school fundraisers, or anywhere else where creativity isn’t necessary for fun game play.
A to Z
These Bingo patterns are simple, fun, and alphabetical. If the Bingo basics just won’t do why not try a few of these patterns? Get four Bingo cards and endeavor to spell out your favorite four letter word, or get three cards and set out to spell out your initials!
You will also find Bingo patterns for M, L, N, P, S, T, W, X, Y, and Z. With these patterns you can have fun spelling and still win the Bingo bonus. Who said that the alphabet never won anyone money?!
Fun with Shapes
These Bingo patterns are off the wall creative. If you don’t want to use the basics or the alphabet, why not use diamonds or plus signs or pyramids! Take a look at these fun and unusual Bingo patterns.
Shapes can entertain more than just babies and toddlers! You too can enjoy shapes, especially when they can bring you that Bingo! you’ve been waiting for and that payout you’ve always dreamed of.
These Bingo patterns are some of the most creative and fun Bingo patterns out there. Who wouldn’t want to play Bingo and win with a champagne glass blocked out on their Bingo card? You can yell Bingo and celebrate! Here are a few of the coolest Bingo patterns we’ve seen yet.
If these Bingo patterns don’t thrill you, you might want to check your pulse. Bingo patterns can be as simple as a single line or as complex as a full picture. You’ll have to check with your Bingo caller to find out which patterns they will be playing with.
Do you have a Bingo pattern not shown above? Can you think of a more creative Bingo pattern that you want to share? Let us know!