To mark their new 2011 sponsorship of TV game show Deal or no Deal, Jackpotjoy have launched an innovative new bingo game which fans and viewers of the show can play from the comfort of their own sofa.
Have you seen the new adverts for Jackpotjoy either side of the DOND ad breaks? If you have you will notice the UK's leading bingo site reveals a set of lucky numbers. If you match these numbers then you could scoop a huge £250,0000.
Here is how to play “Ad Break Bingo”
- Firstly join Jackpotjoy for free.
- Log into their site any day between 2pm (except Saturdays).
- Click the Free Games tab, this will activate your unique ad break bingo numbers.
- Sit back and watch that days episode of Deal or no Deal.
- Match your numbers with those shown during Deal or no Deal and you will scoop a huge £250,000.
Missed a show? If you did not catch a particular episode then do not worry as Jackpotjoy publish all the winning numbers online after the show, just make sure you visit their site before midnight on the day the episode is broadcast!
This is a fantastic promotion by Jackpotjoy which is set to get everyone talking. Even the banker cannot stop you from winning this life changing amount, just think of what you could do with £250,000?
If you are not already a member of Jackpotjoy then why not claim your free £20 just for joining. Yes they really do give you £20 for free when you deposit just £10 online!
This sponsorship is a considered groundbreaking by many industry insiders and is sure to generate a buzz online and offline. The promotion follows a very successful run of Jackpotjoy adverts featuring the “Queen of Bingo” Barbara Windsor, the latest campaign again features Barbara Windsor but in a very different form, this time as a puppet!
The company, owned by Gamesys, has worked hard to establish itself in avery competitive industry. Players love the site and their marketing has been ticking all the right boxes. There are some concerns that the latest advert would fall shot of the Advertising Standards Authority guidelines on TV sponsorship but the company is confident that it meets the required broadcasting codes.