Free or Superbooks
How it works
A Superbooks game gives you an additional purchase option within a free bingo game. This will mean that you can play with both free and paid for (Super) tickets within the same game.
The free tickets will have smaller, fixed prizes.
The Super tickets will have larger, fixed prizes.
Players will first need to select their Free Tickets from the ticket purchaser. Players will be given a maximum free ticket allocation.
Super tickets can be purchased through the usual purchase mechanisms for a game by selecting the corresponding ticket price from the slider. Players will be given a maximum Super ticket choice.
The prizes available will be as they are in a non-Superbooks game.
Prizes for Free tickets will be fixed.
Prizes for Super tickets will have a higher minimum amount than for Free ticket prizes.
Win animations and your Bet History will indicate whether a prize was won with a Super or Free ticket.
If your winning Full House ticket is a Free ticket, you will not be eligible for the jackpot even if you have purchased some Super tickets. The qualifying ticket must be a Super ticket to be eligible.
The game will play out as a 90 Ball Bingo game would normally do. Please refer to the various help sections for help with a specific variant of Bingo.
When there is a split win i.e. more than one ticket wins a single prize. If all the tickets in the split are of the same type – either all Free or all Super – then each winner will receive an equal share of the specified prize amount for that type of ticket. If the split is divided between both Free and Super tickets, the win amount for each ticket will be a proportion of the prize for that ticket type. For example, if 1 Free ticket and 1 Super ticket win, the Free ticket will receive 50% of the free prize amount and the Super ticket will win 50% of the Super prize amount.
Therefore, if the Super prize is £50 and the Free prize £10 and there is a split win.
The Super winner receives £25 and the free ticket winner receives £5 (50% of their respective prize amounts).