Bingo Paper


Bingo Sheets

Bingo Sheets are typically single sheets (or bingo sheets of the same color and cut) that are not put together as part of a game book. Often, they allow players to play one game of bingo. When that game is over, the bingo sheet is thrown away and players move on to the next game (and next bingo sheet). Bingo sheets (usually of different colors) are often glued together in the manufacturing process to turn them into bingo books.

8 Item(s)

per page

8 Item(s)

per page

Bingo Sheets “Cut” – Bingo sheets can be made in a number of different “cuts” depending on the game manager’s or players’ preference or on the type of game being played. The most common cuts are 1on, 2 Vertical, 2 Horizontal, 3 Vertical, 3 Horizontal, 4on (square), 6 Vertical, 6 Horizontal, 9on (square), and even 12 Horizontal. Examples of these cuts are shown above.

Bingo Sheet Border Colors – Bingo sheets come in a wide variety of different colors, shades (see below) and even stripes (also see below). The most common border colors (bingo paper is typically colored around the outside border of a white bingo face) are blue, orange, green, yellow, pink, gray, olive, red, purple, brown, and black. Some less common border colors are aqua, peach, light blue, white, lime, and tan.

Shaded Colors – Shaded colors are also available for some bingo paper. A bingo paper card is considered to have a shaded color when both the border and the bingo face both are colored. Usually, the border color appears a bit darker than the “shaded” bingo face, which is more of a background color. Bingo numbers are easily readable even while shaded.

Striped Border Colors – Striped border colors are exactly as they sound, border with white striping that breaks up the color a bit. With a “barber pole” like effect, a striped border bingo sheet is used for the same reason that different colors or different shaded colored paper is used, the stripe gives the paper a distinctive look that allows for players and workers to both know what specific game is played with what paper. (i.e. In a bingo game schedule, bingo games are assigned unique paper so that everyone understands where everyone is. If every game was played with the same blue paper, how would workers know if the players were reusing paper from earlier game?)

Special Color Requests: Our warehouses are filled with many, many colors and cuts of bingo paper. If you would like a specific color of bingo paper, please tell us so in the “comments” section of your order, and we will try to accommodate your specific color request. However, these inventory items are managed extremely responsibly, and so we are not always able to fulfill specific color requests. If we are unable to fulfill a specific color request in a timely fashion, a customer service representative should contact you to discuss available options.