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Our opinion: Time to get into the Bing-ohh! spirit

BINGO!

Our Bing-ohh! game is returning and its now time to get your game card out.

For years we’ve been hosting this fun game with amazing participation from the community.

It’s Bing-ohh! time.

As always, your card came in the mail with your Austin Daily Herald on Tuesday and the game itself starts today, March 25. Simply look for the number printed each day in the Austin Daily Herald and play along. The game will continue until all prizes are given out. The grand prize for getting a black out is $500 in Chamber Bucks. Leading up to that prize, 10 winners will be awarded $50 in Chamber Bucks for line bingos.

While the game remains the same, there are obviously some changes given the time. Because of the COVID-19 the Herald has taken steps to protect our employees by closing up our office, however, we are still here.

To claim your prize you must bring the card. Call to set up a time, we will meet you at the front door to verify your Bing-ohh!. In the event you are unable to leave your home, you MUST send a photo of your Bing-ohh! card to Heather Ryks at heather.ryks@austindailyherald.com. Winners will be awarded on a first come, first serve basis.

For more official game rules and regulations, just flip the card over and read the back. Please know that there is a one card per person limit and one winner per household.

We have cards available at the Herald as well. If you don’t have a card and would like one, please call us at 1-507-433-8851 and we will send you a card.

People can still stop down to get their number each day as they will be posted on our front door and we would like to remind you that there will only be numbers on printed days, so that means there will be no numbers on Sunday or Monday.

Please plan to take part in this fun game and if you have any questions, please give us a call.

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