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    Bringo Bingo

    Claim a big bingo bonus and a cash bonanza.

    Players from Australia accepted

    • New players free bingo tickets on their first deposit.
    • Play 90-ball and 75-ball bingo and compete for big money jackpots.
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    Bringo Bingo Review

    It’s alliterative and it rhymes. What more could you want in a name? There’s no disputing that Bringo Bingo is hella catchy. But how does it fare as a website? What sort of a gaming experience does it supply? And is it just a good name or is there any real substance behind this site? So many questions and so many possible answers, all of which will be dealt with in due course. The first thing that needs to be said about this site is that its featured slider moves way too fast to take in the information it displays. Although not horribly out of date, this site is about five years behind the times – and that’s despite being founded in 2017.

    For the record, moving image sliders aren’t the best way to greet visitors to a website, it’s now generally recognised. For mobile visitors especially, the experience is less than ideal. And when your slider moves as fast as Bringo Bingo’s, it’s a definite no no. The site is certainly a bright one, with cartoon bingo callers nursing gameshow host smiles and an invocation to step up and give the site’s many games a go. The entire homepage for this site has a haphazard feel to it, with no real continuity or consistent styling. Still, scroll further down and you’ll be able to see a selection of the bingo games and slots that await.

    About Bringo Bingo

    Bringo Bingo is operated by Cassava Enterprises Limited, which goes some way towards accounting for this site’s flaws. They’re an experienced gaming operator, but experience doesn’t automatically convey wisdom and it would be no exaggeration to say that Cassava Enterprises’ gambling sites – of which there are thousands – are more often than not a disappointment. The number of genuinely quality casinos and bingo sites this operator have released can be counted on two hands.


    The company are based in Gibraltar and are licensed by the government of Gibraltar. They’re also licensed by the Great Britain Gambling Commission, who have issued the license to parent company 888 UK Ltd. Virtual Digital Services are the company who offer Bringo Bingo’s services to players who are based in the EU. One other company worth mentioning are Brigend Limited, who are a subsidiary of Cassava Enterprises and are responsible for developing the software that powers the bingo games. And finally, Mandalay Media Limited are an Isle of Man company responsible for updating the site.

    Bringo-n Banking

    In what is a surprising departure from tradition for Cassava Enterprises, the payment provider logos in their footer don’t scroll past, one by one. They’re static here. In the footer, you’ll find logos for Visa, MasterCard, Maestro and Paysafecard, but your options don’t end there it should be noted. Head to the banking page and you’ll find that you also have the option of depositing funds via Neteller, Paysafecard, PayPal and Entropay. There’s also the option of wire transfer. The minimum deposit amount is £5, which is the same when it comes to withdrawals. It takes two working days for withdrawal requests to be processed and after that it will take at least another two days before funds appear in your account. Some methods, such as wire transfer, will take up to 10 days to complete.

    What Bonuses?

    When a new member signs up with Bringo Bingo, he or she can get 120 free bingo games on their first deposit - which is a decent deal. Some people may prefer a match deposit bonus, but for online bingo diehards this works perfectly well as you'd be using that bonus to buy bingo tickets anyway. The main downside is that you won't be able to use any bonus funds on slot games, of course. On the upside, it's a really good way of sampling four of Bringo Bingo's bingo rooms, and if you're signing up with this site, we reckong that it's exactly what you want to be doing anyway.

    Bringo Bingo Bonuses and Promotions

    1st Deposit
    120 Free Bingo Tickets

    Welcome Offer: 18+ new players only. Minimum deposit £10. Maximum amount of tickets is fixed at 120. Tickets will be awarded to 4 specified rooms only, 30 tickets per room. Max 6 tickets per game. Winnings in real cash. Withdrawal policy applies. Full T&Cs apply.

    On Tuesdays, there’s Diamond Dare, a 90-ball game in which there’s 500,000 diamonds to be won and £1,000 bonus cash to be won each Thursday night in The Prize is Right. Phone a Friend on Sunday evenings awards up to £500 in bonus cash and there are also promotions with names such as The Brains Trust, The Penny Drops, Bingo Vegas and The Strongest Link. It’s worth noting that Bringo Bingo operates a VIP scheme known as Diamond Club. There are five tiers to it, starting with bronze for players who’ve deposited over £50 and rising to platinum for players who’ve deposited over £5,000. This scheme awards the usual bonuses including free spins, free games, a birthday bonus and deposit matches.

    Cheap or Expensive Bingo

    There’s all kinds of bingo games to be played at Bringo Bingo, ranging from the cheap and cheerful to the slightly more expensive and lucrative. 75-ball and 90-ball bingo are the two game types which are available here. Games have been neatly categorised according to the cost of entry and prize at stake. The various games have names such as It’s Not Quite Right, Light It Up, It’s Worth What, Free Feud and Free Fortune. Some of the bingo games have guaranteed jackpots, while others have a progressive jackpot that will keep on climbing until one lucky player scoops the pot.

    Lucky Ducks and More

    The casino games that Bringo Bingo stocks mostly comprise slots including the likes of Medusa, Butterfly Staxx, Cash Buster and Lucky Ducks. There are some good games in there from developers such as NetEnt, plus a bunch of games that look less enticing. A small casino selection includes a few roulette games and a solitary blackjack game. There are plenty of progressive jackpot slots to play at least, even if they’re the same dreary games that appear at all Cassava Enterprises sites. Play Shaman’s Dream, Saved by the Bells, Casino Reels and Irish Luck and see if you can land the big one.

    Bringo Bingo Conclusion

    Bringo Bingo is an average bingo site that could do with a redesign – and that’s despite launching in 2017. It’s still one of Cassava Enterprises’ better bingo sites, but that says more about the quality of their other sites than it attests to the brilliance of Bringo Bingo. The homepage is a disjointed mishmash with a featured slider that’s annoying rather than helpful. Things improve once you get to promotions, for here there’s a good selection of bonuses and deals to be had. Most of these are just bingo games with a few tokens given out, so aren’t going to make you rich, but then bingo is never really about winning big – it’s a game that’s more about the taking part.

    As usual there are only two types of bingo, 90-ball and 75-ball, to be played at this Cassava Enterprises site, but they’ll do, and at least the value of the jackpots rises high in some cases, the progressive pots especially. The casino games that come with Bringo Bingo aren’t too bad either. Some of the slots are great, while there’s no obligation to play the games that are rubbish, of which there are a few. All things told, Bringo Bingo ain’t bad.


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