I'm interested in getting a custom license plate, but I'm not exactly sure which is correct and/or makes the most sense. The license plate would imply that I am running late for/to bingo, however I can see how it can be perceived as either a noun (an event) or as an verb (the act of playing bingo). It's similar to the word 'work'. With that being said, is it "late for bingo" or "late to bingo?"
is it "late for bingo" or "late to bingo?"
"It was 22:30 when I arrived at the hall and the bingo had finished at 22:00. So I realised I had come late for bingo."
"People usually take to playing bingo in their 50s. I had no interest in bingo until I was 70 but now play twice a week - I came late to bingo."
It seems that you need 1.