V Bingo

Next BingoAlbertaVBingo Dates:

Friday April 16th at 6:30 PM-Free Draw
for a Smart TV
Saturday April 17th at 6:30 PM -Free Draw
for a Samsung Tablet
Monday April 19th at 6:30 PM
Tuesday April 20th at 6:30 PM-Free Draw $50 VBingo Bucks
Thursday April 22nd at 6:30 PM

The hall is open for Cards and Prize Pick Up
on days EVENING VBingo is played
11 am - 6 pm

Phone your orders in at 403-320-6588 or text
403-308-0419 and we will have your order ready and waiting for you! If you wish we can even bring it out to you when you arrive-just let us know when you are here!

You can buy for multiple days
at a time if you wish!

6-Up Booklet- $14
9-Up Booklet- $21
Double Action Game
and the Odd/Even Game - $2 each
You must play regular games to play the Odd/Even and Double Action Game

VBingo Info

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Let’ get familiar with using our youtube channel to play VBingo. 

VBingo is playing paper bingo from the comfort of your home.  You can play using your Smart TV, Smart Phone, Ipad, Or any other device that you can watch youtube on!

You can come to Winners Bingo and claim your prizes from 11 am to 9 pm on Wednesday through  Sunday and from 11 am to 6 pm on Monday or Tuesday. You can also phone ahead with your order to 403-320-8069 or 403-320-6588 on Monday or Tuesday and we will have your order ready for you when you arrive. Please include your name and phone number.



Rules Of Play

Columns Of Payouts

V Bingo Patterns


How is VBingo Played?

  • The caller will live stream from the bingo hall. Players will have paper cards.  If the player has a bingo, they will phone

403-327-5383, 403-320-6588 OR 403-320-869 to verify their card.  The winners will be determined, and the player will have 7 days to come to the hall and pick up their payout.


How many cards can I play?

  • The minimum number of cards is 6. The maximum is how ever many you are comfortable playing.

How fast is the bingo caller?

  • Minimum of 12 seconds per ball. VBingo Rules of Play (4)

What are the Payouts?

  • The Prize Payout Chart is noted on your VBingo Program. The minimum payout will be $20 VBingo Rules (14)

Are there different colored booklets for different days?

  • Yes, each day will have a different color. Make sure that your booklet is stamped with Winners Bingo or Lethbridge Community Bingo Association and the date the game will be played.  It is the players responsibility to ensure that the cards are marked correctly before leaving the hall.

What does the program entail?

  • The current program is 8 pages with 14 games.

Do I have to pay into Pots?

  • Currently there is NO Progressive Pots on the VBingo Program.

Will there be breaks during the event?

  • Halfway through the program (after page 4) there will be a 10-minute break. VBingo Rules  (23)

How long does the program last?

  • Approximately 2 ½ to 3 hours.


Do you have volunteers in the hall?

  • Yes, we do. To maintain the integrity of Winners Bingo and our Program, we will have volunteers on site in the position of Chairperson, Paymaster, Verifier and Answering Phones.


Who checks the balls in the tray?

  • The Chairperson and the Verifier will check the balls and the balls will be shown on screen before starting the games.



How many Events will Winners Bingo have?

  • At this point and average of 2-3 bingo’s per week-based on demand. We will try to have at least one of those events in the afternoon based on demand.

How will we know when the events are?

  • The dates and times will be posted on our website.


Winning Cards:

I have a bingo, what do I do?

  • If you have a bingo, call 403-327-5383, 403-320-6588 OR 403-320-8069. Once you call in the caller will be notified, and we will stop play.  Once the card is verified, the caller will start a 30 second timer and ask if there is any more bingos.  Once the timer has expired the caller will close the game and no other bingos will be accepted.  Winning cards will be shown on the screen.


When I call in what information will I provide?

  • Checking a bingo card
    • Name and date stamped on the back of the card
    • Color of the card
    • Series Number (Page Number)
    • Serial Number at the top of the card
    • Free Space Number of winning card
  • Once the card is confirmed correct
    • Name
    • Phone Number

Someone called bingo before me, can I still call in?

  • Absolutely-You have 30 seconds after the first bingo is verified to call in.

My bingo is accepted, now what? 

  • The verifier will collect your information, and a cheque will be issued in your name. You may pick the cheque up within 7 days of the eventVBingo Rules of Play (15)

How do I collectmy prize? 

  • The winning and verified card and player receipt must be brought back to the bingo hall. Within 7 days of the event VBingo Rules of Play (15). PLEASE NOTE the card must be returned INTACT, i.e. if you bought a 6-up it must be returned a 6-up. Please do not cut the cards. You only need to return the winning page not the entire booklet. VBingo Rules of Play (8) 
  • Name, address, phone number, and email address must be provided along with the winning card and receipt 

What if I don’t collect my win? 

  • After 7 days, the prize money will be donated back to the charities VBingo Rules of Play(17) 

I lost my receipt; can I still claim my prize? 

  • You need a receipt to claim your prize VBingo Rules of Play (9

What if I can’t read the free space? 

  • If you cannot read the middle number, the number on the bottom right of the individual card is the same. If the card cannot be verified, then it will not be accepted. 

What if my card is wrong? 

  • If it is not a good bingo, the caller will communicate this and continue calling until another bingo is called. 

Card Sales 

How much do the cards cost? 

  • A 6-up: $14 and a 9-up: $21 
  • These are consistent throughout all Alberta halls that offer VBingo. 

How do I buy cards? 

  • Come into the hall and purchase your cards. You can pre-order your cards, so you don’t have to wait as long at     403-320-8069 or 403-327-5383.
  • We are open Monday to Friday from 10-3, except nights that V Bingo is played when we are open 10-

How do I pay? 

  • Currently, we only accept cash. We have an ATM if you require one onsite.

What is included with my cards? 

  • A receipt with the name and purchase amount for the customer, the bingo cards, a copy of the VBingo rules of play, and a program. 

I purchased cards for more than one event how do I know which is which? 

  • Each page of the booklet will be stamped with the Winners Bingo or Lethbridge Community Bingo stamp and the date. 

I purchased cards for the afternoon event on June 30th, can I use them for the evening instead? 

  • Cards cannot be transferred between events. VBingo Rules of Play (7


Card Pickup 

Do I have to follow COVID-19 precautions when I come to pick up my cards? 

  • To enter the Bingo Hall, we recommend you wear a mask. Social distancing is required. Upon entering, customers may be subject to temperature scans. If your temperature exceeds 38 degrees, you may not be permitted to enter. If any customer shows any symptoms of COVID-19 then they will be asked to leave the bingo hall. 
  • Please remember, if you may have or have been in contact with someonewho has been or suspected of having COVID-19, we ask you not to enter the Winners Bingo premises and must self isolate as per AHS guidelines.


Cancellation/ Unused Cards 

What if I cannot play my cards? 

  • Unfortunately, no refunds will be issued for unused cards, under any circumstances VBingo Rules of Play (25). VBingo cards are the responsibility of the player. If the cards are lost or damaged, cards will not be refunded or replaced VBingo Rules of Play (26)

What if the event is cancelled? 

  • If an event is cancelled by Winners Bingo, the hall with either refund the purchase price of the cards or the cards will be transferred to the next scheduled event of the same value. In the event this happens, we will contact players with this information VBingo Rules of Play (19) 

I bought cards and can’t use them; can I give them to a friend? 

  • Yes, please remember that you must be 18 to play and win. 

I played my cards on the wrong day; can I have them replaced? 

  • Cards are the responsibility of the player VBingo Rules of Play (26).Please ensure when you are buying cards you will be able to play them, as we will not issue refunds or replacements VBingo Rules of Play (25) 

Live Streaming 

What is YouTube Live streaming? 

  • Live streaming is the broadcasting of video to an audience over the internet. 

I do not have a computer; can I still play VBingo at home? 

  • You can access YouTube via a Smart TV, iPad, tablet, or other mobile devices. 

How do I access the VBingo livestream? 

  • Go to search and then type in winnersbingolive.ca
  • Access online through our website at winnersbingo.ca. 
  • Or simply go to YouTube and search Winners Bingo Live 

Why I can’t I see the VBingo Live Stream on YouTube? 

  • Make sure you are connected to theinternet. 
  • Try refreshing your feed. 
  • Make sure your Stream is LIVE

Can I get alerts when Winners Bingo is going live? 

  • If you would like to get alerts when we are going live, simply click the red SUBSCRIBE button on our Winners Bingo Live YouTube channel. After you select SUBSCRIBE, you can select the bell to customize your alerts. 

What if the livestream doesn’t work on my computer or device? 

  • We recommend that players access the Winners Bingo Live YouTube Channel to make sure that their device is compatible before purchasing cards. If the technical difficulties occur within the hall itself, then cards will be exchanged or refunded VBingo Rules of Play (19)


Lethbridge Community Bingo Association is a 100% non-profit organization that was incorporated under the Societies Act on July 25, 1985. It is made up of 37 Non-profit charities with the majority of its proceeds benefiting the youth and seniors of Lethbridge and surrounding area. Our clubs also reach out to at minimum an additional 50 non-profit organizations. Our clubs range from four (4) senior citizen organizations, fourteen (14) charities that are strictly involved with the development of the youth through sports programs or education and self-improvement programs, seven (7) Health-related charities, eleven (11) service clubs, and one (1) Historical Education Program.

Here is a brief breakdown on the above charities: