Disney Cruise Line knows how to make Bingo fun for adults and children alike.
Children can play bingo, but can’t win, so if a child’s card wins, an adult must claim the winnings. This means that for a child to play Bingo, they must have an adult with them.
One rule that is different in Disney Bingo than regular bingo is that the last number called MUST be on your card. If you have a bingo and don’t see it until the next number is called, then you lose. In order to win, the last number called must be on your card.
Bingo on Disney Cruise Lines can be played as cheaply as 40.00. For this price you get paper bingo cards. You don’t use Daubers here, you simply punch out the number as it is called. For 50.00 you get an electronic bingo machine as well as paper cards. This is the best value. The bingo machine is all set to go with the cards loaded into it and you don’t have to do a thing but watch it. It will tell you when you have bingo. For 80.00 you can get the family pack which has two bingo machines and some paper cards. There is a more expensive package but I don’t remember the cost or what it included.
For the final Bingo of the cruise, the prices are higher. For one sheet of 6 games you will pay $30.00. For an electronic machine with 24 cards, it is 40.00. To get an electronic machine with 48 chances and 3 paper games it is 50.00, upgrade to 72 changes and it is 70.00. A family pack with 2 electronic games with 24 chances and 2 papers with 3 games, it is 60.00. Finally, there is now a mega Family pack for 80.00. The mega family pack gives you more changes to win. Now on this final Bingo you can save $5.00 off any of these prices if you played at lease one session of Bingo earlier in the cruise. That is called Loyalty pricing.
For the first 3 games of Bingo the winnings are credited back to your room account. For the final Bingo that is paid in cash.