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Why is High Stakes Bingo a declining industry?

Attendance at Casino Bingo halls has been declining since the mid-90’s across the gaming industry. Why are people (especially baby-boomers) not venturing out to win $100s (or in many cases, $1000s) playing Bingo?

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3 Responses to “Why is High Stakes Bingo a declining industry?”

  1. ME Says:

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    BECAUSE EVERYBODY THAT PLAYS BINGO IS DIEING OF OLD AGE.

  2. Matt Says:

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    Because bingo has a boring rep, all the casino commercials show hip young people winning it big at card games and slots. And we all know how baby-boomers like to feel young.

  3. bingofox Says:

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    I am not sure but the Bingo I go to has thousand of people a session……Actually alot more younger woman are starting to play Bingo they are calling it the new Knitting….But I do think bingo has to fight against the Two and five cent slot machines!!!!

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