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Looking for something new and exciting to do in the Fort Worth area? You’ve come to the right place! Bingo Winners Circle of Texas, the premier bingo halls in Hurst and Fort Worth, give away over $25,000.00 a day. With daytime, evening, and late night bingo sessions, it’s a great way to gather with friends and family, have fun, relax, and WIN BIG MONEY. For session times and information on our Fort Worth location, click here. For session times and information on our Hurst location, click here.

Bingo Winners Circle of Texas halls have been operating charity sponsored bingo since 1988. Proceeds support many within our community through youth, educational and social programs, scholarships, food drives, enhancing the lives of the disabled and more. Check out our charities here and all the good works they do each and every year.

Over 7 million folks play bingo in the State of Texas each year. Come play with us and find out why…

  • It’s the most inexpensive entertainment around with bingo cards as little as $3.00 per session.
  • WIN! WIN! WIN! In fact, bingo players in the state of Texas win over $580 million in cash and prizes playing bingo every year!
  • Support local communities. Charities receive over $29 million statewide each year.
  • It’s a fun and social environment… bring your friends and family. Make new friends!

Bingo Winners Circle of Texas halls are managed by the same friendly, professional team since the doors first opened in 1988. A leader in technology and innovation, players have a variety of playing options and conveniences such as:

  • Daubing on bingo papers
  • Tracking cards with computers
  • Playing event games
  • …or a combination of all of the above
  • High resolution, flat screen TV’s
  • Full enclosed, glassed-in, non-smoking rooms
  • free WiFi
  • ATM
  • on-site security

Bingo Winners Circle of Texas offers 2 convenient locations with a total of 4 bingo halls in Fort Worth and Hurst and are open 7 days-a-week.

Join us… we’re the best bingo halls in Tarrant County! Promise! 😉