SEAFM radio personality Paul Gale (left) with cohorts Moyra Macgregor and Tim Lordan join the fun of Daily News Bingo.
SEAFM radio personality Paul Gale (left) with cohorts Moyra Macgregor and Tim Lordan join the fun of Daily News Bingo.

Play Daily News Bingo and win buckets of cash



LIVEWIRE SeaFM radio personality Paul Gale reckons Daily News readers are on a winner with the massive new Bingo promotion to be launched tomorrow.

There's nothing Gale and his SeaFM Morning Crew sidekicks Moyra Macgregor and Tim Lordan like more than a bit of fun on their top rating show, and yesterday they were starting to the feel the excitement surrounding $25,000 Daily News Bingo.

''From what I have been told the competition is going to be great and everyone can play,'' said Gale. ''Interactive games like bingo are always lots of fun and people on the Tweed will be mad keen to get involved.

''And the prizes are great too. You can't beat $25,000,'' he said.

Daily News Bingo officially kicks off tomorrow when every copy of the paper will contain an individually-coded Bingo card. All readers need to do to be in the running for the big prizes up for grabs is purchase a copy of the paper and put their card in a safe place.

From Monday, for the next four weeks, a series of numbers will be published every day in the paper. Cross numbers off your card as the competition unfolds and you could be a winner.

There's a first prize of $4000 in the first three weeks and $8000 in week four as well as great $250 and $500 shopping vouchers from Rory Curtis Good Guys each week.

It starts tomorrow so make sure to get your daily News.



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