Bingo Returns to Thunder Valley
LINCOLN - Thunder Valley Casino Resort is proud to announce that beginning Monday, Aug. 18, guests will have the chance to win up to $100,000 playing bingo every Sunday through Thursday in Thunder Valley's Pano Hall.
A Grand Opening bingo night will be held on Sunday, Sept. 7 and guests will have the chance to win up to $100,000 with a guaranteed prize pool of $40,000 for the session. To guarantee entry into the Grand Opening session, guests may pre-purchase the electronic handheld system Power Package through Ticketmaster by visiting www.thundervalleyresort.com/casino/bingo.
"Back by popular demand, we are eager to begin offering bingo once more to our loyal guests," said Dawn Clayton, General Manager of Thunder Valley Casino Resort. "The addition of bingo to our resort is just one way Thunder Valley continues to advance itself as an industry leader. Whether you are looking for bingo, premiere gaming, big name entertainment acts, award-winning restaurants or a AAA Four Diamond hotel experience, there is something for everyone at Thunder Valley."
Paper buy-ins will be $17, or $15 with a Thunder Rewards Card. Electronic buy-ins will be $55 on Sundays and Thursdays and $45 on Monday through Wednesday. Doors will open at 11:30 a.m. on Sundays with bingo beginning at 1:30 p.m. On Monday through Thursday, doors will open at 4:30 p.m. and play will begin at 6:30 p.m.
Each day features 25 games, from One Easy to Thunder Burst and Lucky "7". Enjoy the traditional paper cards and daubers, or try the easy-to-use electronic screens, all offered in convenient card packs including Super, Mega and Power packages. Add on extra games as you wish, then settle in for the fun of matching letters and numbers.
Bingo in Pano Hall will offer over 500 seats and be non-smoking. Bingo players will be able to accrue points by using their Thunder Rewards Card and have access to refreshments at Thunder Valley's expansive Food Court and beyond.
For a complete bingo schedule, visit http://thundervalleyresort.com/Casino/Bingo.
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