No Wagering Bingo Sites
Have you ever received a bonus and then been unable to withdraw because of wagering terms? They can be a nuisance and at times pretty confusing. However, the times are a changing and over the last 12 months (2018) there's been a shift towards no wagering bingo and slot sites. We've already seen the emergence of the Dragonfish Real Money Network, but other brands have started to follow suit.
The following sites have a no wagering term policy - at least for their welcome offers. As with all offers, just double check the terms as changes can occur.
Featured No Wagering Bingo Brands
Min deposit is £10. Get £30 of Street Party tickets & £40 of Big Bang tickets plus 10 Free Spins (winnings capped at £1). All winnings paid out as real cash.
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.
Min deposit is £10. Get £30 of Street Party tickets & £20 of Kaching 90 ball tickets plus 10 Free Spins (winnings capped at £1). All winnings paid out as real cash.
Min deposit: £10. Max offer: Bingo Tickets worth £80 (£30 on Street Party & £50 on Big Bang) plus 10 Free Spins on Fluffy Favourites with winnings capped at £1. All winnings will be credited to your real money balance. Promo code: LOVE90.
100 Candy Club points for every £10 first deposit up to 500 points. £10 min deposit + 2.5% fee (min 50p). Candy Club points can be redeemed for Bingo tickets or mini-game credits.
New members only, opt-in required. Min £10 deposit and wager. Spins on Paper Wins only. Bingo game restrictions apply - £50 value on 25p tickets. 30 day expiry from opt in.
Deposit £10 to £50 and get it doubled with this 200% deposit bonus. Bargain bingo in the Bingo Lite rooms. Free Stars game!
No wagering means that when you receive a bonus or prize then this will be paid as cash. For example, let's say you receive 30 bingo tickets as a bonus and go on to win £5. At a no wagering property the £5 will be paid into your cash account and you'll be able to withdraw (assuming you've met the site's withdrawal terms). On another site that £5 may be paid as a bonus and incur a wagering term of x4. This would mean you'd need to wager £20 before you could withdraw the fiver.
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