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Arizona

Arizona is a mountainous desert state in the south-west of the mainland USA. It is the 48th state to join the union, as late as 1912. The state is known for its copper production, its striking landscape, and its diverse population. Looking for a bingo hall in Arizona? Find everything you need right here!

What venues host bingo games?

A bingo hall is anywhere that hosts a game of bingo. This means that your local bingo hall may also be a church, a fire station, or a school! There are also some venues which are just for bingo, like commercial bingo halls. Bingo is often played in support of a charity organisation, so places like chapters of the American Legion veterans clubs often host bingo games as fundraisers. There are also bingo companies which run as businesses, rather than charity organisations, and these can be found in commercial bingo halls and casinos, like the bingo hall at Casino Arizona in Phoenix. Bingo is often at the heart of a community, and may be held in a community centre, like Win Win Bingo in Quartzsite, AZ. Wherever you choose to play bingo in Arizona, you'll find some similarities. The bingo venue will be set up with tables and chairs for the players, and a bingo caller at the front where they can be clearly seen and heard. The bingo caller will use something to generate the numbers, often a roll-cage or a computerised bingo caller to ensure that the bingo numbers are drawn randomly.

What happens during a game of bingo?

If you have never played bingo, it can be a very exciting game to get into! But... where do you start? Well, if you know how a game of bingo works, you'll be turning up ready to play and knowing what to expect. Once you've picked your bingo hall (like Casino Del Sol in Tucson, for example), you should decide how you're getting there. It's a great idea to leave a little early the first time you go; this allows for delays like traffic jams and finding parking, or even getting a little lost! Hey, it happens to the best of us. Once a bingo game starts, you may not be allowed to enter, so be sure to be on time! When a bingo game starts, everyone will have a card full of numbers in a grid. You will be told what pattern you are trying to match, and then the bingo caller will start announcing numbers. Mark off the numbers on your card, and try to keep up! If you match the winning pattern, you must immediately shout BINGO! This pauses the game and tells the caller you think you have won. Your card can then be checked, and your prize awarded! There are usually several bingo games a night, so don't be disheartened if you don't win first time. The next round could be your lucky game!

How do I pick which bingo hall to visit in Arizona?

It can be tricky to decide which bingo venue to visit. With so many choices in Arizona, where do you start? Luckily, BingoPort is here to help. The first step is to see which halls are near to you. If you live in Arizona, you're already in the right place! Choose the town from the list that is closest to your home, and you will see all the local bingo halls listed for you. You can see which ones look good and pick one to visit! Still got too much choice? BingoPort's hall pages list exactly what each venue offers- does it have snacks? A smoking shelter? A parking lot? Well, now you can find out easily! Take a look at the venues to see which one best suits your needs, and there you go! You've got an exciting new bingo hall to visit. You could even pick two or three, grab your bingo buddies, and try them all to pick a favourite! There is no limit to the fun when you've got places to go and enjoy an exciting night of bingo. You might even find you love all of the venues!

How do I know which Arizona bingo halls are any good?

When looking at where you can play bingo in Arizona, you might find that you have a tonne of bingo venues to pick from. But which bingo halls are worth your time? The secret to happy bingo is finding a venue that suits your needs personally. If you smoke, you're gonna want a smoking shelter. If you drive, a parking lot will make your life a whole lot easier. But... a non-smoker who takes the bus? Those things don't really matter. The trick is to find a bingo hall that does exactly what you need it to. Luckily, you don't have to visit every single hall to trial-and-error which ones have what you need. Just check the BingoPort pages to see exactly what each hall has to offer!

Is gambling legal in Arizona?

Bingo is legal in Arizona for recreational purposes, which is fantastic news for bingo lovers! It is also permitted in support of charities, for example as a fundraiser event. This gives players in Arizona lots of choice when it comes to bingo halls! Raffles are also permitted, as long as they are run by a proper charity and are registered with the correct officials. There is a state lottery, and Arizona also participates in multi-state lotteries. Arizona laws ban gambling at liquor-licensed businesses if customers have to pay for a chance to win something. That being said, tribal casinos are legal on reservation land, as are poker games. On-track horse and dog race betting is permitted, though not both horse and dog racing on the same day, interestingly.

Interesting facts about Arizona

  • Arizona is one of the four 'Corner States' along with Utah, Colorado, and New Mexico. The corners of these four states all meet at almost-right angles.
  • Arizona has 21 Native American reservations, and has the most reservation land of any state by area.
  • Arizona is the home of the Grand Canyon, one of America's most famous National Parks.
  • There is a kind of fish aptly named the Arizona trout- it can only be found wild in the state of Arizona.
  • The flag of Arizona has a copper star in the centre to represent the state's copper production. The bottom half of the flag is blue, and the top is red and yellow radiating stripes like sun rays.

Towns in Arizona

Bingo Halls in Arizona

American Legion

Route 260, Overgaard, Arizona,

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Venture Out At Mesa

5001 E. Main St., Mesa, Arizona,

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Tower Point Resort

4860 East Main Street, Mesa, Arizona,

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Palmas del Sol Clubhouse

6209 E. McKellips Rd, Mesa, Arizona,

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Palm Gardens

2929 E Main St, Mesa, Arizona,

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Mesa Village Bingo

2701 E. Allred Ave, Mesa, Arizona,

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Las Palmas Grand Clubhouse

2550 S. Ellsworth Road, Mesa, Arizona,

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Harrah's Ak-Chin Bingo & Casino Resort

15406 N Maricopa Road, Maricopa, Arizona,

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Elks

3532 McCulloch Blvd, Lake Havasu City, Arizona,

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Moose Bingo

302 Monroe St, Kingman, Arizona,

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Uncle Charlie's American Grill

5285 W Bell Road, Glendale, Arizona,

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Knights of Columbus

8066 N 49th Ave, Glendale, Arizona,

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Elks Bingo

5525 W Colter, Glendale, Arizona,

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DAV #20 Bingo

8447 N 61st Ave, Glendale, Arizona,

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Fort Mc Dowell Gaming Ctr

Hwy 87 & Ft McDowell Rd, Fountain Hills, Arizona,

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Elks

13682 N Attaway Road, Florence, Arizona,

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Elks Bingo

2101 N San Francisco St., Flagstaff, Arizona,

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VFW

705 E Aspen Street, Cottonwood, Arizona,

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American Legion #28

51 Frisco Ave, Clifton, Arizona,

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Country West Mobile Home Park

853 N US Highway 89, Chino Valley, Arizona,

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Knights of Columbus

644 E Chandler Blvd, Chandler, Arizona,

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American Legion

2240 W Chandler Blvd, Chandler, Arizona,

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American Legion

6272 E Cave Creek Rd, Cave Creek, Arizona,

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American Legion

276 S 3rd Street, Camp Verde, Arizona,

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Elks

1745 Emerald Dr, Bullhead City, Arizona,

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American Legion

35 N 8th Street, Avondale, Arizona,

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Roadhaven Resort

1000 S Idaho Road, Apache Junction, Arizona,

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Mt View R.V. Park

1325 N. Delaware, Apache Junction, Arizona,

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