Advance BINGO to offer cash prizes


The Daily Advance

Thursday, October 17, 2019

The holidays will be happier for some lucky people when they win a share of $3,000 in cash prizes — including a $2,000 grand prize — from The Daily Advance in our BINGO game.

The game begins on Sunday when all home-delivery subscribers will receive a unique BINGO card in their paper, courtesy of The Daily Advance and Biggs Cadillac Buick GMC Truck. On Monday and every day after, one number will be drawn and published in the newspaper until a grand prize winner is declared.

There are eight ways to win: first diagonal, first horizontal, first vertical, first outside picture frame, first four corner stamps, first starburst, first to cover all four corners and first to cover the entire board and claim the $2,000 grand prize.

“It’s easy. It’s fun. There is no purchase necessary,” said Craig Springer, regional revenue director for Adams Publishing Group Eastern North Carolina. Bingo cards also will be available at the Advance’s office at 1016 West Ehringhaus Street Suite A.

Complete rules and regulations will be listed on the back of each card.

Please note that cards cannot be duplicated, they must be originals. Daily numbers will not be available by phone, but will be posted in our front office each day, and available for viewing from 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. and from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m.

To get your daily subscription and play throughout the contest, call Customer Care at 252-329-9505. Call center hours are 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.

“This is a great community contest,” Springer said. “Who doesn’t like playing BINGO?”

Especially this time of the year, he added, when you can bring home money just in time for the holidays.

Playing the game is simple, said Nathan Kohan, regional director of audience development for Adams Publishing Group ENC. Just follow along with the daily numbers drawn and listed everyday in the paper, he said.

“There are eight chances to win, and best of all, at no cost to you,” Kohan said.

See Sunday’s newspaper for all contest rules and regulations and game cards to start playing. The first number will be drawn on Monday.

“We love the opportunity to give back to our readers,” Kohan said.

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