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Bingo Book Sets

Bingo Books are any number of bingo sheets (usually of different colors or styles) that are glued together into single game books. These bingo books are used to play an entire bingo game session. Each bingo sheet in the book is used for the separate bingo games in the session. After each game, the bingo sheets in the bingo book are torn away from the book and discarded as the players move on to the next game (and the next sheet in the book).  Please Note:  Because of the large size of the sets, additional shipping charges will apply for each set ordered.  

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Bingo Book Sets are a sequentially ordered set of bingo books that are manufactured with the same set of bingo faces every time. If used in their proper order, the bingo game using the set will never have duplicates. Bingo book sets are arranged using 9,000 different bingo faces (Don’t ask us why 9,000 different faces is used. It’s our belief that it just started out that way, became the standard and has been duplicated by manufacturers ever since) and are produced in 1 to 5 boxes.

The more sheets in each book (or “ups”), the more boxes that will be needed for a complete set. The boxes will be numbered 1 of 5, 2 of 5, 3 of 5, 4 of 5 and 5 of 5 (for a 5 box set). It is important for bingo managers not to sell books from the same numbered boxes (i.e. two, #1 of 5 boxes) or they will likely get duplicates on the playing floor. Here’s a right and wrong example of how to avoid duplicate bingo books at a bingo.

The Wrong Example: Flo, the bingo manager, orders sets of 6V-10up bingo books from her supplier (BingoPaper.com) and the set arrives in 5 boxes numbered 1 thru 5. Over the next weeks, Flo sells her players bingo books from box 1, then box 2, then box 3, then box 4, and then begins to sell from box 5. Knowing she’ll soon run out of her bingo books, Flo orders another set of paper from her wonderful supplier (BingoPaper.com) and again the set arrives in 5 boxes. However, this is where Flo goes wrong.

Instead of starting out on Box 1 of the set again, Flo accidentally begins with Box 5. As her previous Box 5 and this Box 5 contain the exact same books, Flo soon has duplicate books on the floor and duplicate bingos are extremely likely.

The Right Example: Flo makes sure she sells her bingo books from her boxes sequential order (1 thru 5) every time, and never, ever sells from boxes with the same number.

How many bingo books are in a set? It Depends on the “Cut”.

  • 1on Book Sets = 9,000 Books
  • 2on Book Sets = 4,500 Books
  • 3on Book Sets = 3,000 Books
  • 4on Book Sets = 2,250 Books
  • 6on Book Sets = 1,500 Books
  • 9on Book Sets = 1,000 Books
  • 12on Book Sets = 750 Books
  • 18on Book Sets = 500 Books