Bingo for MoneyWe are always more than happy to tip you off about some of the many different promotional offers, bonuses and even bingo slot tournaments that are currently up and running, and one that we think you should try and set aside some time to take part in is the 7 Monkeys Tournament over at Bingo for Money.

This tournament is now live and is up and running right through to October the 2nd 2016, so you still have plenty of time to take part in it, if you are quick! There is a huge cash prize pool attached to this bingo slot game tournament and as such you have a chance of winning up to $4000 is everything falls into place when taking part in it.

There is nothing too complicated about the way that Bingo for Money have designed this slot tournament for you simply have to play the 7 Monkeys slot game for real money at Bingo for Money and every $10 collectively that you wager you are then awarded with one point.

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It will simply be the player or players who accumulate the most points during the time this slot tournament is up and running who will win a share of that $4000 prize pool. Be aware however that it will be your VIP level that will determine just who much you can win.

With that in mind please do take a look over the Bingo for Money website and click onto their promotions game tab at the top of the screen for full details of not only this bingo slot tournament but all of their currently available and also their up and coming bingo offers and deals too.

Keep in mind that there is going to be no need for you to play each spin off as quickly as you would do when taking part in other slot tournaments as this one is obviously played at a much slower pace!

The 7 Monkey slot game is in fact a multi-denomination slot and therefore you are going to be able to play it online for any stake amount you like, and even when you are playing it for low stake you will still have the chance of winning big with some luck in your slot playing session or sessions!

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Posted on: 29th September 2016 by: Lynda Robshaw