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Kinsmen TV bingo selling out of cards in Kingston during COVID-19 pandemic

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Kinsmen’s Super TV bingo season was cut short last year when the coronavirus pandemic started, but since they kicked off their new season in November, the show is more popular than ever.Organizers say they anticipated a potential increase in bingo card sales as people are staying home more, but they didn’t expect the play-at-home bingo game to explode as it has over the past few months.

Manitoba’s Kinsmen Jackpot Bingo is so hot, game cards are being delivered to stores secretly “Sales have never been better than this year,” said Reed Manley, one of the bingo’s co-chairs.He said organizers increased the card circulation to 18,000 a week when the season started back up in November, but that still wasn’t enough.Manley says they now have.

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