Sun Bingo’s Oasis room is a treasure to share, just like these UK beaches

Are you ready for some sun on the beach? Feel the sand between your toes and breathe the sea air? Sun Bingo can’t get you to the beach, but we can get you to the beach.

We have a bingo room as pleasant and special as its name suggests: the Oasis room.

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The Oasis room is a real hidden gem. As sharing is benevolent, and Sun Bingo is very concerned about making our players happy, we are going to tell you everything about this superb room.

We’ll even add some real oases that can be found in the UK.

The Oasis Room

It is in this room that the bingo session of Sun Bingo takes place.

This means that you can buy a set of 12 bingo tickets for a fixed price and you will get 12 bingo tickets for each game played during that session.

The package varies according to the session:

  • First session – 10am to 11am – group tickets cost £3.
  • Second session – 3pm to 4pm – group tickets cost £5.
  • Third session – 7pm to 8pm – group tickets cost £10.
  • Fourth session – 11pm to midnight – group tickets cost £3.

The Oasis room plays 90 ball games, so there are three prizes in each game (1L, 2L and full house) and 15 numbers per bingo ticket.

With four daily sessions, there are approximately 140 chances to win EVERY DAY!

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This room has its own progressive jackpot which starts at £250, and 100% of the jackpot goes to the winner of the full house IF the prize is called in 40 balls or less.

To play in this hall paradise, click on the “Bingo” tab on the Sun Bingo home page.

Select the “Bingo Session” tab. This will show you the session schedule, the number of people registered for each session, and the price of a bundle ticket.

To buy tickets for a session, check the box of the session you wish to attend and click on “buy”.

The oases of the UK

If playing in Sun Bingo’s Oasis room has inspired you to seek out the real deal, you might be after a trip to the beach that won’t require going overseas.

The UK mainland coastline stretches over 11,000 miles, one of the longest in Europe.

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So there is plenty of beach to go around. Why not try one of these beaches?

They are hidden gems that offer a taste of paradise for your next stay.

Even royalty have come to Weymouth Beach, with King George III having frequently gone there for sea bathing. The sand is so fine that it is almost classed as silt. It’s great for making sandcastles and sculptures, as shown in Sandworld (a nearby sand sculpture exhibit).

  • Barafundle Bay, Pembrokeshire

The bay is part of the Stackpole Estate, which is managed by the National Trust. Its awards include ’12 Best Beaches in the World’, ‘Britain’s Best Beach’ and ‘Best Place in the UK for a Picnic’.

  • Rhosneigr Beach (Traeth Llydan), Anglesey

There are two main beaches in Rhosneigr, this is the quieter one. Popular for water sports, you’ll likely encounter surfers, swimmers, kayakers and snorkelers, as well as boating enthusiasts.

  • Helen’s Bay Beach, County Down

With the train station just 500m from the beach, it is an easily accessible location for a day trip. It is one of two beaches in Crawfordsburn National Park.

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  • Castlerock, Londonderry Country

Not to be confused with Casterly Rock, the ancestral home of the Lannister family in Game of Thrones. This beach has an extensive sand dune system, which forms part of the Binevenagh Area of ​​Outstanding Natural Beauty. The beach was awarded at the Seaside Awards 2020.

  • Embelton Bay, Northumberland

Overlooked by the ruins of Dunstanburgh Castle, the sand of this beach is a vermilion gold color. Readers of Countryfile magazine voted it “Best Beach in the UK” in 2017.

  • Yellowcraig Beach, East Lothian

Sometimes called “Broad Sands Bay”, the beach offers breathtaking views of the island of Fidra – the inspiration of Robert Louis Stevenson. treasure island. There are plenty of activities to try, including horseback riding.

  • Nairn Central Beach, The Highlands

The coastline is reported to be home to a pod of dolphins! Nairn’s sandy beaches were used in training exercises for the Normandy landings during World War II. Central Beach may be a little busier than the farther East Beach, but its white sand gives this beach a feel of paradise.

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