Last week I posted a guide on how to play Bonus Bingo.  If you haven’t played this game yet, it’s much like regular bingo, but with a huge bonus round, random cash prize multipliers, and extra winnings for making different line combos.  Suffice to say, this is not your grandma’s bingo game.

In this edition of the how to play bonus bingo series, we’ll take a look at the Bonus Bingo Winning lines and patterns(aka all the different ways you can win extra cash while playing this supercharged version of traditional Bingo).  Let’s get started!

Bonus Bingo Winning Combos

In the traditional game of Bingo, you are generally playing against a number of other players all trying to be the first to complete a line of numbers on a Bingo card.

In Silver Oak’s version of Bonus Bingo, however, you don’t play against other players.  Instead, you win based on the number of lines and different patterns you are able to make based on the 44 bingo balls which are drawn every turn.

Here is a list of all of the winning lines and patterns you can make in Bonus Bingo:


The number under each line or pattern represents how many times your bet you will win if you can match the line or pattern on your bingo card.  For example, if you get a single diagonal line that crosses through the middle of the card, you will 1 times your original bet.  OR if you are able to make a T formation on your card, you will win 10 times your original bet.

If you look at the diagram above closely, you’ll notice that there are 10 different ways to win in Bonus Bingo, ranging all the way to 3,000 times your original bet!

In the next article in the How to Play Bonus Bingo series, we’ll cover all of the different Bonus Rounds and extra cash you can win without even making one of the patterns listed above!

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Jeff White

Jeff has been an active gambler from the age of 18 when he won a small local poker tournament in San Jose, CA. He moved on to playing other casino games shortly thereafter, with a great interest in the statistics and mathematics involved. He has studied the historical gambling systems of nearly every popular casino game played today, and has written strategy books for several of them including blackjack, slot machines, craps, and roulette. Jeff has been a daily contributor to the Silver Oak Casino blog since the beginning of 2009.