An introduction to List of Online & Mobile Bingo Sites by Top Online Bingo
If you’re looking for a list of Online bingo sites with different offers then this is the web page for you. Here you will find our complete directory of websites that we have played and reviewed. It includes details of the deposit bonus, software and a link to the reviews page. It is worth noting that every single one of the featured website sites are totally safe and secure, as we only recommend online bingo sites which are classed as being ‘whitelisted’ and fall under the jurisdiction of the UK Gambling Commission.
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Summing up List of Online & Mobile Bingo Sites by Top Online Bingo
How To Choose Where To Play Your favourite Games
Choosing a bingo site is becoming harder everyday with the sheer choice now available on the internet. The most important aspect in our eyes is the customers safety. There is no escaping that bingo is a form of gambling and therefore there are risks involved. To help minimise this risks we’ve only reviewed and recommended those websites which are totally safe for you to play and join. The key element we look at is to see where the bingo operator is licensed and regulated. We always ensure that the operator is licensed within an area which comes under the jurisdiction of the UK Gambling Commission. This ensures that the website complies with the strict laws in UK about online gambling.
We also carefully look at two elements of the terms and conditions. Firstly we look to see what the withdrawal requirements are. You can always gauge how safe a bingo site is or isn’t by what withdrawal restrictions are imposed. Some of those bingo operators who are less scrupulous will only process withdrawals once a week. If this is the case we will immediately ignore such bingo operators as that is totally unacceptable in our eyes. We want to make sure that you can rightly and fairly withdraw your winnings when you want. The more honest bingo operators will not hide details about the withdrawal process, so if you are using a bingo site which has not been recommended make sure you keep an eye open for the withdrawal processing times and how long it will take for the monies to be received in your account. The other key element we look at is the wagering requirements. However, this is explained in a lot more detail below.
We’d also like to help you understand the no deposit bingo bonus. This is quite literally as it says, you do not need to deposit any of your own money in order to receive the bonus. This normally comes as a free £5, £10, £15 and so on. To receive this no deposit bingo bonus you simply need to sign up and create an account. Essentially, it is just a way for the bingo provider to get you through the door and signed up. In some ways it’s absolutely perfect. If you want to play some bingo and check the site out before depositing your own money then this can be a great way for you to ‘try before you buy’. The money will be in form for of bonus bucks and not real cash, so really it is just a trial.
Every bingo site that we’ve reviewed will also show all the current welcome bonus offers. The list above is aimed at giving you a nice and ‘easy to glance’ guide to what you can expect when you sign up with a bingo provider found on our website. There are numerous types of offers available and the internet is teeming with various kinds, from the no deposit bingo bonus i.e. free cash (which is not strictly true, so carry on reading to find out more) to a 200% deposit match bonus. All of which can be found here, but it also be a tad confusing so we hope to explain exactly what they mean.
We firmly believe that you should always have a good look round before actually depositing any of your own money. Don’t forget, that if you choose to sign up you don’t need to enter your bank account details at the first hurdle. You can have a look around for free, but with a no deposit bingo bonus it means you can also play for free. Once signed up there is always an account tab meaning you can add funds and bank details at a later date if you’re happy with what you’ve signed up to. There are some bingo sites, like those on the Dragonfish network, who have a free play room and your chance to win real money. This is in some ways even better as you can play as many games as you like before making a deposit.
How To Understand The Wagering Requirements
The other form of bonus which you will see is the deposit bonus. Most bingo sites explain this in a nice and simple manner. That is to say if you deposit £10 then you’ll get £20 free. This is known as a 200% deposit bonus. Quite often you will see ‘200% deposit bonus up to £200’. This means the bingo provider you’ve signed up to will give you a maximum of £200 in additional bonuses to play with. The majority of bingo sites give you the option to have both. That is to say they will advertise deposit £10 and get £20 free for those wishing to make a nominal deposit, but those players who wish to make a bigger deposit they will advertise the 200% match bonus. They are really both the same thing, they are simply trying to aim the bonus at all levels of player.
So, now you’re rubbing your hands and off to play some bingo in anticipation of David’s Den winning you a full house prize. But wait a minute. Remember, money doesn’t grow on trees so you’re not going to get any free money. The free money is additional funds so you can play more bingo, which is great. Well, it is until you win. You must always read the terms and conditions as there are always a wager requirement that needs to be met before you can withdraw any of your winnings. Here is an example. You deposit £10 and are given £20 free to play with. You spend all the money and win some. But unfortunately you won’t be able to quit while you’re ahead. You will need to have deposited and played with a lot more of your own money before being able to withdraw any winnings. Let’s say you’ve deposited £10 and been given £20 free. The wagering requirement is 4x – this means you’ll need to play through £30 four times so its £30 x 4 = £120. So, you need to make sure that you’re aware of how much you’ll need to spend before you can start claiming your winnings.
We think the most important thing about playing bingo is not the no deposit bingo bonus or the match bonus but having fun. We’ve pointed out the things to watch out for as we’ve been caught out like that in the past and feel it would be unfair not to warn you. Having said all of this, if we never accepted these terms then we’d never get to play any bingo! For us, it’s about having fun and a good natter with our fellow roomies. The game play is always fun, and if you stick to one provider that you’re happy with, over time you’ll accrue enough winnings to be able to make withdrawals of any winnings you may have. We hope you find this of use but most importantly we hope you have fun and enjoy yourself. If you find that you ever have a problem and feel that your gambling is getting out of control please do click on the Gamble Aware link found on this page.