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New rooms at Sun Bingo for Learners and Winners

Sun Learner roomIt is a common misconception among regular online bingo players that everyone knows about the game and how it works. Hard though it is to believe, there are still millions of people out there who have never played a game on bingo online and have not the first clue what it is all about or why anyone would want to play it.\r\n\r\nThis is where all the TV advertising comes in. All the bingo brands need new customers and they want to spread the message to the widest possible audience. Sun Bingo is currently running a new batch of adverts to attract new players and its 200% first deposit bonus and free £10 Love2Shop gift voucher is a great incentive to have a go. However, it is no good just taking the money of a new member and letting them get on with it – they are unlikely to return.\r\n\r\nThis week Sun Bingo launched its answer to this problem when it opened the all new Learners Room. This room will be available to all new players for seven days from registration to enable them to play free bingo in a friendly environment with experienced chat hosts and just other new players so everyone can get used to how things work and have any questions answered on the spot.\r\n\r\nThis Learners Room opens from 11am to 1pm and again from 6pm to 8pm and everyone gets to learn the basics together while hopefully winning some funds to play elsewhere on the site when feeling more confident.\r\n\r\nAt the same time regular players are not being neglected with the launch of the All Winners Room. Everyone that is lucky enough to win a line, two lines or a full house in selected games in the Candy Club before 7.30pm each day will get six free bingo tickets to play in the daily All Winners game at 8.15pm, plus six tickets for the weekly All Winners game at 8.30pm on a Sunday. Three chances to win for the price of one at Sun Bingo – that’s real value.

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