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All Bingo Club Celebrates Charles Dickens Week

Written by: Nikola Zugic on 05/02/2009 21:00
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One of the things I love about All Bingo Club is the fact that they are so different and this really shows in the promotions they host. If truth be said, and I am not really supposed to show bias, they are absolutely my favorite UK online bingo site.

All This week they have been celebrating Charles Dickens Week and the celebrations go on until Sunday. Charles Dickens was born in February of 1812 and if you look out for the Dickens game at All Bingo Club you are able to win an extra £4BB’z for the full house prize and your Nabors will also win £1 BB’z each. They are giving away a total of £252 BB’z a day in these games, so look out for them, it is worth it. If you are not sure who Charles Dickens is, you should be ashamed of yourself, he is one of the UK’s best known classic story tellers, and his novels include Oliver Twist, David Copperfield and A Christmas Carol amongst others.

The February draw at All Bingo Club is definitely one to “ooh and ah” about. It is a De'Longhi EC710 Stainless Steel Espresso and Cappuccino Maker, this is a 15 bar pressure machine and is able to offer an at home Barista experience. If you are interested in winning this lovely coffee machine, and you should be, to earn an entry into the draw you have to deposit £10. For every deposit of £10 you make during the month of February, you will earn another entry into the draw. The winner at the end of the Month is the member with the most entries. Runners up will also earn prizes and there are 6 consolation prizes in total. If you fancy curling up with your favorite Charles Dickens novel with a fresh Cappuccino, this is the competition for you.

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