The “x to go” is a term used in bingo to reflect how many numbers matching the pattern required the player has on his/her tickets. (e.g. “1 to go” on a ticket means that player needs one more number to be called, in order to bingo on that pattern). Each ticket in play will have an “x to go” value, to help players faster understand the likeliness of winning across multiple tickets.
The players can choose to pre-buy tickets for games that will play at a later time, in which case the players’ presence in the bingo room at the time the game is played, is not mandatory for their tickets to play in that game. When pre-buying tickets, the player’s account is charged immediately, and the tickets are allocated to the player and played in the moment of the game start. Players can see the games for which they pre-bought, but hadn’t played yet, in the My Tickets section.
The maximum amount of tickets that can be purchased per game will never exceed 300. However this limit does not come into effect when buying for more than one game. For example you can buy 100 tickets for all 5 games (totalling 500) that play within a session as this is essentially multiple game play and you will be within the limits set by a game by game basis.
Players can usually buy any number of tickets up to a maximum per game, but there might be games where all players can only buy the same amount of tickets. Occasionally, there might be free games, where all players receive the same amount of free tickets (free-of-charge games), or some players might receive free tickets that can only be played on certain games (promotional tickets, free tickets).
If internet connection is lost at any time during play, the game will carry on and any winnings will be automatically credited to the the account.