After being closed for several months due to COVID-19, Wallaceburg Hometown Bingo is set to re-open their doors on Monday, November 2, 2020.
Sandra Johnston, the secretary/treasurer for Wallaceburg Hometown Bingo, said they are ready to get daily bingos back underway.
“We will be following all of the protocol for COVID, only 50 people will be let in and the door will not open until 5:30 p.m.,” Johnston told the Sydenham Current.
Johnston said customers must purchase the “buy in package” to be able to play at a cost of $80.
The package includes a dabber, verifier, two loaded sixes, five dual dabs for two rounds and one three strips for both super jackpots.
The value of the package is $125, if it were to be purchased separately.
Here are the costs for extra cards:
Wallaceburg Hometown Bingo have also released the following details:
– Maximum of 50 players
– Paper sold per individual – no purchase for others
– COVID protocols will be followed
– Please keep social distance in the hall
– All paper sales are at the club counter only
– Shutters are sold once for both rounds only – $10
– No searching for specific boards
– Regular session with all games and progressives
– Extra paper is available for purchase
– ‘UPICK EM’ is available for purchase at manager counter only
– ‘Toonie Pot’ is available – no toonie draw specials
– Verifiers must stay with your books at your seated area
– Please place all paper and garbage in bins before leaving
– Doors open 5:30 p.m.
– No promotions at this time
– No visiting others at their table
– If COVID protocols are not followed, you will be asked to leave without refund
Wallaceburg Hometown Bingo is located at 1416 Dufferin Avenue.