Tidy and the Troops at Tidy Bingo

Tidy and the Troops at Tidy Bingo

Written by: Nenad Ninic on 27/10/2014 08:25
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One of the things that make Tidy Bingo so special is the number of promotions they offer. We are not just talking about the ones they share with the rest of the 15 Network though, because in addition to these, they offer plenty of exclusives too. One of their most successful of these is the Tidy Cupboard, an exclusive room open each week for four hours of fun and frolics. Tidy is a site with a big heart though, and it's not just their players they like to look after, and this is why they set up the Tidy and the Troops game, raising money for a very worthy cause.

Tidy and the Troops is the first game played when they swing open the virtual doors to the Tidy Cupboard doors at 7pm on a Tuesday night. Tickets for the 90 ball bingo game are just 25p each and you can pre-purchase them all week long in case you can't get online to play live. Each week there is £50 worth of guaranteed cash jackpots up for grabs, with £25 going to the full house winner, £15 to the two-line winner and £10 to the one line winner.

Whilst the cash prizes are great, it is important to remember the real reason for this game - raising money for Help For Heroes (H4H), which is an amazing foundation that was set up to help those brave service men and women who have been injured in Britain's current conflicts. The way it works is simple; the prize money is taken from the value of the tickets sold, with the remainder going straight into the charity pot. In addition to this, if any small winnings are generated from the Tidy Millions promotion, a vote takes place and all members of the syndicate get to choose whether they want to purchase more lottery tickets, or add the money to the H4H kitty.

The amount raised varies each week depending on how many tickets are sold, but it mounts up at an alarming rate. On Tuesday 6th May, they made their first donation of £467.75. Over the past five months, Tidy Bingo and their players have worked hard to raise as much money as they can, with some players even volunteering to top up the kitty using their own funds. Even though this was not possible, they have still raised and donated an extra £567.10, meaning they have broken the £1,000 barrier, which we are sure you will agree is momentous achievement.

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