When your hall reopens, we're sure your players will be eager to get back to their favorite bingo hall, but unsure what their comfort-level with spending will be. Enter: 25¢ and 50¢ pull tab tickets. Pull tabs are a great, low-cost way for players to get a solid round of game play in while your hall is still pulling in a profit.
Make sure you have a pull tab station like the Nevada Gold II near the entrance to the hall so players can start playing as soon as they enter the door. It is also a good idea to place a pull tab station near the concession stand and restrooms. Any place where there will be a line of players waiting in your hall is a great place to place pull tabs. It'll also be beneficial to have as many floor workers as possible while bingo is in session, as to be able to bring the pull tabs right to the player. The more convenient you can make it for your players, the more they'll be inclined to partake in pull tabs.
Consider having a pull tab-themed evening event, in which pull tabs play a big part in your package sales or hall activities. Try holding a pull tab drawing: allow players to purchase as many pull tabs as they'd like, and give them the option to either open them now and collect any prizes they might have won, or to use them as raffle tickets. If they choose to enter the raffle, they'll write their name on the unopened tickets to drop into a drum. When a name is drawn at the end of the night, the winner gets to take and open all of the remaining pull tabs in the drum.
25¢ and 50¢ pull tab tickets give players more bang for their buck than the traditional $1 tickets, allowing players to play more and win more in your bingo hall. As many people as possible should go home winners in your hall! Do you have any other ways you can incorporate 25¢ and 50¢ pull tabs into your event lineup? Let us know!