Delaware has been called the “credit card capital” of the US, and, renowned for its business, it has attracted many companies to its Atlantic coast. Bingo for charitable causes is popular in Delaware, and you can use this page to find bingo games near you.
What are bingo halls?
Bingo hall is a general name for anywhere that offers bingo games! Bingo halls could be anything from community centers to church halls or school gyms, as long as they’re hosting a bingo game. Bingo halls may have parking, a café, or any number of different facilities available, depending on the venue. They will all have seats for the players, as well as somewhere clearly visible for the bingo caller to stand. Bingo venues in Delaware are not permitted to serve alcohol during the bingo event.
How does a bingo game work?
Never played bingo before? No sweat- here’s how it all works. Check out what time the bingo game you want to attend starts, and then be sure to arrive a little early. You’ll need to buy your cards before the game begins, so leave plenty of time! The bingo caller will announce when the game is starting, so everyone can take their seats. The room will be very quiet while the numbers are called, so that everyone can hear. Mark off the numbers on your cards as they are called. If you are the first to match a winning pattern, shout BINGO! You’ll need to get the caller’s attention quickly, before they move onto the next number. The caller will check the card of any player who calls bingo, to ensure they have a winning pattern. If they do, they will be awarded a prize! The game may continue if there are more prizes within the same round, or, if that was the last prize, there will likely be a short break. Then it’s everyone back to the tables and the game will start again!
How do I choose a bingo hall in Delaware?
So you’re looking for a bingo hall to visit… well, you’re in the right place! To get started, find your state and nearest town or city in the listings. This will show you the bingo halls nearest to you. Have a look through the halls near you, and check out the BingoPort listing to see their opening times, contact details, and more. This will help you decide which halls suit your needs and are worth your time to visit. The only thing left to do is try some out! Grab your friends and give them a go.
What makes a great bingo hall?
There are so many bingo halls in Delaware… but which ones are the best? Well, that really depends on what it is you love about bingo. Bingo in Delaware is for charity causes, so see what charities your local bingo halls support. Playing will feel even better if you are passionate about the cause you’re supporting! The key to finding a great bingo hall is picking one that meets your needs; do you drive? If so, you may wish to find a hall with a parking lot. Struggle with mobility? Check which halls are easily accessible. You can find out everything to help you choose right here in the BingoPort pages.
What you need to know about Delaware and gambling
Delaware is one of the more lenient states when it comes to gambling. Gambling is regulated, and licensed casinos are permitted. There are currently three casinos in Delaware. Bingo in Delaware is legal, so long as it is correctly licensed and is in support of a charitable cause. There are regulations surrounding these bingo games, but many Delawareans enjoy some charity bingo from time to time.
Interesting facts about Delaware
- It is the second smallest state in the US, after Rhode Island.
- Delaware is also the state with the lowest population.
- Shoppers and businesses love Delaware; it is one of only five states that have no sales tax.
- Delaware is called the First State because in 1787, it was the first of the thirteen original colonies to ratify the Constitution.
- The flag of Delaware features symbols of agriculture, as well as a farmer and a soldier. The flag also shows the date of December 7, 1787- the date Delaware ratified the Constitution.
Towns in Delaware
The capital of Delaware, Dover is a riverside city that is home to business, history, and culture. It is the county seat of Kent County, and is occupied by more than 36,000 residents, making it one of the least-populous state capitals in the US.
Check out the bingo halls available in Dover, Delaware here, and get useful info about these venues.
SeafordSeaford, the charming city located on the Nanticoke River in Sussex County, Delaware, is home to approximately 7,900 people. The only regular bingo venue in the city is the Seaford Elks Lodge, which runs bingo every Wednesday night.
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Bingo Halls in Delaware
Bellevue Community Center
500 Duncan Road, Wilmington, Delaware,
4412 Washington Blvd., Wilmington, Delaware,
Aetna Fire Hall
400 Ogletown Road, Newark, Delaware,
760 Moose Lodge Road, Wyoming, Delaware,
Millcreek Fire Company - Ladies Auxiliary
3900 Kirkwood Highway, Wilmington, Delaware,
Seaford Elks Lodge #2458
Elks Lodge Road, Seaford, Delaware,
Cape Henlopen Senior Center
11 Christian Street, Rehoboth, Delaware,
198 South Dupont Highway, New Castle, Delaware,
400 Ogletown Road, Newark, Delaware,
Milford Elks Lodge 2401
18951 Elks Lodge Rd, Milford, Delaware,
RT 23 Beaver Dam Rd, Lewes, Delaware,
1035 Forrest Ave, Dover, Delaware,
Providence Creek Academy
355 Duck Creek Road, Clayton, Delaware,