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Bag a smartphone for a penny at Bingo3X!

12 December 2012

(PRESS RELEASE) -- In this day and age, when you would be lucky to get a penny sweet for a penny – inflation has that rising to at least 5p, folks! – it is absolutely refreshing to see one of the top U.K. bingo sites, Bingo3X, offering something as awesome as a smartphone for less than the price of - well, anything! We knew that we could count on this fun and funky little site to offer the biggest and best Christmas bingo promotion this year, and they have most certainly delivered that and then some!

We can’t always count on Santa Claus to bring us the most amazing gift at Christmas – even he is feeling the pinch with all of those elves he has to pay! That’s why you need to join Bingo3X now! They promise to make this the best Christmas ever by offering you the chance to bag a smartphone, but the best part is that those tickets are just a penny! It sounds way too good to be true but it really isn’t! They are holding their Santa’s Calling bingo game from 16th to the 23rd December and every single night there will be one of these beauties up for grabs! Sensational! And winning that treat could not be easier, either – all you have to do is bingo on the “i” in this 75-ball bingo game! Bingo3X has said themselves that “your Xmas stocking just got a lot more interesting” and we could not have said it better ourselves! The games kick off at 8 p.m. sharp, so opt in – this is one treat that you really do not want to miss!

Of course you have to be a funded member of Bingo3X to take part, but even depositing will cost you far less than a smartphone AND they will match your cash 200%! Oh, and they throw in an awesome £5 voucher for Amazon!

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