Bingo Game For Parties: Print Grid

The home party plan game below gets people to start a list of the products that they would like to have someday.

Any time you can start your customers on an action, it will most likely increase sales.

One action creates momentum and leads to another action.

When you get your customers to start a list of what they want you are putting the ball in motion for them to make purchases, become hosts, or maybe even sign up to be a rep.

The bingo game is designed to get the guests writing down their wish list.

Bingo Game For Parties

Bingo Game For Parties

The game of bingo is terrific to play at your shows.

On the back of the receipt, on a piece of paper, or whatever you choose to use, tell your guests to make a bingo card or two.

They need to make a grid that is 5 X 5 spaces.

Printable Bingo Card

printable bingo cardsYou can have them make there own bingo grid or you can provide it.

Here is a blank bingo grid if you want to really get serious about this: Printable Bingo Card

As the show goes on they are to write down products they would like to get sometime or wish that they had. Be sure to tell them that this is not what they have to buy, just what they would love to have!

Ask them to write the product and the page number in one of each of the boxes for each product that they like throughout the show. The more on their bingo cards, the better chance they have of winning.

Assure the guests that putting the products on the bingo card does not mean they have to buy it.

Bingo Game For Parties
Actually, the more products on their bingo grid or the more bingo cards that they fill, the better the chance that they will win.

So as you demonstrate and talk about products have the guests write the wish list on their bingo card.

Remind them periodically so that they remember to play.

At the end of the show, you will do a product wrap-up during the close.

You can say, ”Ok we are just about done and so now turn your bingo cards over. Let’s play bingo for this product.”

You do your wrap-up, doing a quick summary of each product, and have them x off on their bingo grid the things that they had on their wish list as you go.

  • This is the XX, no home is complete without it
  • All hosts I ever did a show for had enough products to get the YYY for free
  • The special ZZZ is perfect in every living room.

You just keep talking with a quick summary about the products during the wrap-up and whoever gets bingo first wins your item.

Finish the wrap-up, and take your orders.

Party Bingo Wish List

The party bingo becomes a wish list.

When you play the bingo game for parties you can use it as you tally your orders as a way to cross or up sell and you can always use a big wish list as leverage when asking about scheduling a show.
Party Games It gives them a way to remember what they were considering, informs you of their level of interest, and creates desire for hosting shows as well as the opportunity.

It is fast-paced, fun and does not add any extra time to your show!

Guests hate to be bored, so be sure that any game you play creates value for you – the sales consultant, for them – the party attendee, as well as for the host.

Comments

    Shared by: Joyce Burgess:

    Thanks for concept of games having purpose for me in sales, create desire to have a party, create business opportunity and a purpose for the guests to have fun. I like this idea and plan to implement it. I wonder if the Bingo game will take a long time- have you ever had anyone comment on how long it took to play?

    Shared by: Tami:

    While I personally do not play games at my home parties, I’m honored to have a downline that I’m passionate about helping any way I can. I know some team members would appreciate this information!

    Shared by: Yolanda Aviles:

    Thank you for the idea. I usually have the guests write down on the sales slip the products as I show them but now I can incorporate the BINGO game to go along.

    Shared by: Debbie Melfi:

    people love getting free things ! Playing games gets them in a happier mood

    Shared by: Shirlynn:

    I love Bingo! Games make the dem all the more fun!!

    Shared by: Lisa Owen:

    Not only do I appreciate the Bingo game info, the info on starting the “action” was very valuable!!!! Thanks for the great info!!

    Shared by: christina:

    Thanks so much for all the great ideas! This place is awesome!

      Shared by: Deb Bixler:

      Thanks, Christina – Glad you are enjoying the site. There are over 300 free training articles so come back again!

    Shared by: Shannon Millikan:

    Love the bingo idea….what a great way to get guests really thinking about the products they want and visualize it all together!! A full bingo board is an excellent way for us to identify those guests to encourage to book a show and earn all those wish list items!! -Shannon (Phyllis’ 31 gifts training)

    Shared by: Mary:

    I don’t play games but this is some thing I would like to try thanks Mary

    Shared by: Jen Keimig:

    I never thought to play bingo. I really like this idea on how to get people involved in writing the list. I always tried to do that and could never get them to start writing. Deb’s training has made a huge impact on my sales. I have both the training sets now and can not believe how much easier it is now that I have some good routines going on in my business.

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