Jackpotjoy Launch New RSPCA Bingo Room
Following the huge success supporting Red Nose Day 2011, JackpotJoy have decided to continue in the giving spirit by launching a brand new RSPCA bingo room.
JackpotJoy have vowed to give 10% of every bingo ticket sold in this room to the RSPCA. On top of that 5% of every scratch card will also be donated.
The RSPCA do a wonderful job of protecting and resucing animals in the UK. They have been a charity for over 150 years and have an impeccable name. Definitely a worthwhile cause in our opinion.
So if you fancy a flutter on bingo and want to give to charity at the same time, the Jackpotjoy RSPCA bingo room is an excellent choice. Not only can you have fun with your friends, win a large cash prize but you can also do some good and help protect vulnerable animals everywhere.
Apart from playing for a good cause, the RSPCA room is going to have some incredible promotions in the coming months. You can play 10p games and get a chance to win the £250 jackpot. Likewise if you want to play a 25p game, you can win the massive £500 jackpot. Jackpots are won players who call Bingo within 45 balls.
Judging by the popularity of the last red nose day charity promotion, we expect this promotion to raise several thousand pounds for the RSPCA.
Jackpotjoy RSPCA scratch cards will also be available starting Wednesday May 4th 2011. 5% of all card prices will be donated.
In our eyes this is definitely a win win promotion. Play bingo for the chance to win big prizes, but also feel happy that you are making a difference in the world and are protecting animals that need the help the most.
Stay tuned for more excellent Jackpotjoy promotions.
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