Damaged Card Lookup

Some of our bingo cards from July 4th to September  19th 2020 onward seem to be experiencing manufacturing defects with glue tearing the paper on the sides and top/middle. We apologize for the issues that are ensuing as a result of this glue. Our card manufacturer had a problem with paper availability during the COVID-19 pandemic, and used a different paper than we approved.

In the meanwhile, the most common problem being experienced would be the top two play areas experiencing ripped numbers in the top spots in the N column, the B column of  the left play areas, and the O column of the right play areas. This page is provided to lookup your card and find out what that number should be if your card ripped when opening.  Just type in the 5-digit FREE SPACE number in the middle square of the affected play area in the “Search” field below. There is one table for the “B” numbers, one table for the “N” numbers, and one for the “O” numbers. Please use the correct table to lookup your ripped number.

The data in this page cannot be guaranteed to be free of errors. As such, no data provided in this page would be official in any way. The official numbers can only be found on the original card itself, or in the Card Series book provided by the manufacturer and made available to the LGCA.

Do you have a ripped “B” number you need to find?

Ripped "B" Column Lookup

Do you have a ripped “N” number you need to find?

Ripped "N" Column Lookup

Do you have a ripped “O” number you need to find?

Ripped "O" Column Lookup