Below are answers to questions that frequently asked about this fun family board game.
Passover Bingo costs $24.99, plus shipping. Click to Buy One Now! Discounts are available for bulk purchases, or with a coupon code from a distributor. We may run promotions from time to time to lower the price or give you a discount on shipping.
Each Passover Bingo game includes six boards, 96 foam pieces to act as markers for the bingo squares, an instruction and word list.
Yes! If you would like to see the game "live," it is currently available in several locations in Denver, including the BMH-BJ gift shop, The Bookies, the East Side Kosher Deli, the Tattered Cover bookstore (all locations), and the Temple Emmanuel gift shop. By Passover 2014, we hope to have wider retail distribution!
There are two ways to play Passover Bingo. The game, which is designed for the entire family, is patterned after the traditional game of Bingo.
To play the game during your Seder, each player follows along with a bingo game board as the Hagaddah is read. If a word from a square on the board is read during the story of Exodus, the square can be covered with a marker. The first person to yell out “Bingo” as soon are the squares are covered in a winning pattern is declared the winner.
The other way to play is before or after the seder. The back side of the instruction card lists all the words on the card in scrambled order. You can call out words one at a time, starting at the top, give a clue rather than the word itself, or even give a word an ask for an explanation. Whoever covers the squares in a winning pattern first wins! A detailed instruction sheet is included with each game.
Passover Bingo can be played with as few as two people. The word list/explanations can even be used for independent study about key players and events of the holiday, though we recommend contacting learning in a group environment through your synagogue, outreach organization, or knowledgeable Jewish friends.
Passover Bingo was originally designed as a game to keep kids engaged during the reading of the Seder, but adults often join in and love playing the game as well.
If you’d like to order extra copies of Passover Bingo, for your friends and family – or even everyone in your Chavurah – bulk orders and distribution are available. If you help us spread the word about Passover Bingo, we will be happy to give a percentage of the profits from games sold to the charity of your choice.
Passover Bingo was designed by an attorney in Denver, Colorado. She originally devised the game as a way to keep her niece and nephew engaged during the family’s Passover Seder. It was such a hit with friends and family at her sister and brother in law’s seder, that everyone wanted a copy for their own seders next year!
Passover, which is an eight-day celebration (seven in Israel), typically falls in March or April. Passover 2013 will begin at sunset of March 25, 2013 and end at nightfall of April 2, 2013.
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