Unless you’ve been enjoying your online bingo games on the moon for the last few days, you won’t fail to have noticed that this week saw the start of the Wimbledon Tennis Tournament! And plenty of the online bingo sites have got in on the act with their own Wimbledon themed promotions…
Whilst tucking into our strawberries and cream, we’ve found some time in the Hideout to take a look through many of the tennis themed promotions and it’s ‘Advantage’ Littlewoods Bingo with their Tennis Bundle competition, which gives you the chance to get your hands on a whole load of wonderful prizes! Just by playing bingo for cash at Littlewoods Bingo you could win a brand new Nintendo Wii console, complete with 2 controllers so you can re-create your very own Wimdledon final!
The prize bundle also includes Wii Sports and the Virtua Tennis 2009 games that you can enjoy when you take a break from playing your favourite bingo games. Two Nintendo Wii Motion Packs are also included, adding even more realism to the gaming experience - this is as close as you’ll get to actually playing tennis with Andy Murray in your own home! They’ve also thrown in a 28 in 1 Sports Accessories Pack, which includes tennis racket, baseball and golf club adapters plus much more – the latest must have accessory for the perfect Wii experience.
And tennis at Wimbledon wouldn’t be complete without enjoying a nice glass of Robinson’s Orange Barley, so you’ll also get a bottle of that in your prize bundle should you be the lucky winner of this great prize!
So, with no danger of rain stopping play thanks to the unpredictable British weather, you could try emulating your tennis hero in your own living room and work off the effects of all that strawberries and cream thanks to this brilliant prize bundle from Littlewoods Bingo!
Play bingo for cash at Littlewoods Bingo before the Wimbledon Tournament ends on 5th July, and they’ll put your name into the prize draw to win this fab prize!
You can also win one of two pairs of tickets to the Masters Tennis at the Royal Albert Hall by clicking here and entering the competition.