Free Printable Valentine’s Bingo Cards (for all ages!)

These free printable Valentine Bingo Cards make playing Valentine’s Day bingo easy. It’s simple to print and play, and is a hit for young children, older kids, and adults.

Printed Valentine Bingo card, white with a pink/red heart border and a 5x5 grid of valentine icons. Red and yellow text at top reads: "Valentine Bingo." The card is lying on a blue background next to a bowl of pink heart marshmallows.

Bingo is one of my favorite games for parties, especially with mixed ages playing. The games are relatively short so you can play as many as you like. Plus many people can win, which is always fun for everyone.

I filled this printable bingo game with 30 cute Valentine images and sweet colors that complement other Valentine’s Day activities and decorations. Combine these free Valentine’s bingo printables with my other Valentine printables for a festive holiday event.

Free Printable Valentine’s Day Bingo Cards

Bingo is a classic game for a reason. Everyone enjoys playing (and winning!) There are a variety of ways to play, so the fun can last as long as you want it to. No reading is required, so even the youngest can play with minimal help

There are 6 unique cards in the free download, perfect for a Valentine party, family game night or small groups needing a fun Valentine’s Day game.

6 Printable Valentine bingo cards on 3 pages, each with a pink heart border and grid of Valentine Icons. Pages are lying on a blue background with scattered felt hearts.

Larger sets of up to 50 different cards are available in my online store for class parties and other large groups.

Setting Up for Bingo

Before your gathering, you’ll need to prepare your Valentine Bingo Game. It won’t take long, but it’s easier to just take out the game when you’re ready to play.

Download and print the free Valentine’s Day bingo cards and calling card page. The sheets are designed 2 per US letter size page to save paper and printing costs. 

Printed Valentine Bingo card, white with a pink/red heart border and a 5x5 grid of valentine icons, along with a printed calling card sheet containing the same icons. Pages are lying on a red background with scattered Valentine candies.

Mid-weight white card stock is my favorite for bingo printables. It gives the best results, since it’s more durable than standard printer paper. Printer paper will also work, but expect them to last only one day of use.

You can download the free printable file near the bottom of this post.

Cut apart the bingo game boards and calling cards. You can use either scissors or a paper trimmer, but I prefer a paper trimmer for nice, straight edges and speedy cutting.

You’ll need something to use as bingo markers. Valentine’s Day is the perfect occasion to use candy as your bingo chips. You can use conversation hearts, colorful chocolate kisses, or Valentine m&m’s. Just make sure you have plenty on hand, since these markers are tasty!

*tip: laminating the bingo sheets using either a laminating machine or self-laminating envelopes will allow reusing the cards through February, even year after year.

You can use dry erase markers on laminated bingo sheets, though I still find the bingo cards don’t last as nicely with all the erasing.

3 Valentine's Day Bingo cards with valentine icons, staggered and stacked on a calling card sheet. Blue background with scattered red felt hearts.

How to Play Valentine’s Bingo

Most people have played a traditional bingo game before.  But reviewing the rules is always a good idea, to avoid confusion and make sure everyone is on the same page.

To play Bingo:

  1. Pass out bingo boards to each player or team. Place the calling cards in a bowl and mix them well.
  2. Give each player at least 25 bingo markers (more if using candy, since some will “mysteriously vanish” during the game.)
  3. Make sure each player places a marker on the free space in the center.
  4. As the bingo caller pulls a calling card from the bowl, players add a marker to the matching picture space.
  5. The first person to match 5 in a row (horizontally, vertically, or diagonally) shouts “BINGO!” and wins the game

All players then clear the game pieces from their boards to play again.

Alternative Bingo Winning Plays

Changing up the winning move from a single straight line is a great way to make this fun Valentine game shorter or longer. Try these options:

  • Four Corners– cover all 4 of the board corners
  • X-OUT – match both diagonals through the center square
  • Cris-Cross – match vertical and horizontal through the center square
  • Make a Letter – try marking a T, L, O, or I to win

Valentine Bingo Prizes 

Adding prizes for your game winners is a great way to encourage some friendly competition between players. You’ll want to adjust your prizes for age and the number of games you’ll play.

Of course there is a plethora of Valentine candy, small stuffed animals, and other themed novelties to choose from this time of year. I’ve listed some of my other favorite ideas below.

For classrooms, anything that would work in a regular prize box will work for a game of Valentine’s Day bingo. Try:

More Holiday Bingo Printables

I have plenty of printable bingo games for your next holiday gathering. Try these options for upcoming holidays:

St. Patrick’s Day Bingo
Earth Day Bingo
Easter Bingo

3 pages of valentine bingo cards, 2 cards per page, each with a pink heart border and 5x5 grid of valentine icons, along with a printed page of 30 calling cards with the same icons. All are lying on a white background with scattered red paper hearts.

Download the Free Printable Valentine Bingo Game

Download the free printable pdf file to your device using the orange button below, then print as many as you need for personal use. See full Terms of Use for printables.

"Download" written in teal text, with a swirly arrow pointing below.

Happy Valentine’s Day!

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Printed Valentine Bingo card, white with a pink/red heart border and a 5x5 grid of valentine icons, along with a printed calling card sheet containing the same icons. Pages are lying on a red background with scattered Valentine candies. White rectangle with text at bottom reading "free printable Valentine Bingo"

See a summary as a Valentine’s Bingo Web Story

FAQs about Printable Valentine’s Bingo

Absolutely! Any not-for-profit use is ok. This also includes using this free Valentine’s bingo game for scout meetings, youth groups, libraries, and senior centers.

Selling files or printed games, and any for-profit use is prohibited.

Ages 2-102! Everyone can enjoy playing this bingo game.

The free bingo game file contains 6 bingo cards on 3 pages, 1 page of calling cards, and 1 instruction sheet. Need more cards? Packs of 10-50 additional cards are available in my online store.

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