Our Numbers in 2019
I found this to be my new entertainment and chill spot… Overall all the ushers are fun and nice snack bars is good and everyone is nice…
This is like my home away from home! I can honestly say that I feel very much welcome and I really enjoy this bingo hall, atmosphere is very positive!
I enjoy playing BINGO at Crosstown and Las Vagas Bingo every chance I get…. !!! (Thank you ) you make it fun to play. .!!
Great place! Very reasonable, food is great, a bit expensive but good… Great blessings coming MY WAY… TYJ…
My best place to play bingo!
Very spacious, clean, no smoking allowed, & the staff assisted in explaining everything to my friends and I. The snack stand has hamburgers, fully loaded nachos, chips, sodas, and candy. My friends and I will be back soon!
Friendly staff, quick on getting the customer their pull tabs. Also, the snack bar is awesome.
The Bingo Nugget Articles
Starting in December, Golden Bingo Family halls in San Antonio will start playing reverse raffles. A ticket for reverse raffle will cost you $60, but you may win up to $5000 at once!
January is National Hobby Month. Trying to figure out what to do during your days off or your evenings could be some tough stuff. It can feel a little cheesy trying to find a hobby as an adult, especially when one doesn’t include drinking or happy hours. But what if you’re not particularly passionate about anything? Where do you start? Well, first of all, everyone has a passion — you just haven’t discovered yours yet, probably. But don’t worry,...
The New Year is upon us, which means it’s time to make a resolution or two. So what will it be this year: lose weight, again; promise yourself a change of job, again; earn more money, perhaps? The truth is, most of us will do the same thing we always do: set some goals that will be forgotten about by the 7th January, or thereabouts. So this year I’m proposing something different. And the goal-setting gurus will hate me for...
The fall and wintertime can be an incredibly busy time for many of us where we neglect to look at some of the smaller items in our health care; I’m talking feet. Foot care is one that many forget about and can become a serious issue in living with diabetes. The increase in caution is due to the simple changes in weather where winter moisture, cold, and dryness increase the risk of foot-related injuries and infections.
November is American Diabetes Month. Diabetes is one of the leading causes of disability and death in the United States.