| 02-25-2008, 08:43 AM || #3 |
| | Re: Bingoz Coupons
I have seen lots of people talk about sending coupons to friends or family in order to reach the 84 (or whatever number you prefer). There's a cost to that, related to webkinz post. Which brings me to a question. When I pick a ball, does the whole webkinz world see what I selected? If so, why would you bother mailing your coupons to your friend? Just use them yourself and tell your friend at what time you're doing it. If your coupons are spread across several accounts, you all need to play them at the same time, to make sure no one else gets bingoz in between. Seems like that can't be right. Otherwise every 85th person to play Bingoz would win. Hmmm, now I'm not sure I'm buying the math either.
There are 99 possible values for each letter correct? So if we draw 99*6=594 times we've pulled every possible letter. Even at ~600, you'd expect to have winners constantly if everyone gets the benefit of each others picks. Of course you have to notice that you have it and use the Shout button, so maybe we're all winning and not noticing. Certainly playing tickets would heighten that effect since it means the card goes from blank to won really quickly. But in that case, a coordinated effort should still work.
On the other hand, if you don't see balls selected by other people, then why do spots I didn't pick periodically get selected? I suppose it could be a bug, but if so there's an awful lot of it going around.
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