House Of Bingo Review
House and Bingo are words that go together like Chalk and Cheese. We know as we had our own Bingo House website. Also privvy to this marriage of words is House of Bingo, yet another site that resides on the Cozy Games network. House Of Bingo started life on the Fun Bingo Network, alongside Epic and Dandy but in 2015 merged into the Best Bingo Network alongside sister sites of Gone and Harry.
New Player Offers
There's very little that we can say about House of Bingo that hasn't been said about other Cozy Games brands on the same network. It offers 30, 75, 80 and 90 ball bingo across a number of rooms plus there are the usual slots, instants and casino games. New players can access a free bingo room for 7 days with no deposit bonus to try the site. Note you can only claim up to £20 of winnings as a bonus - and this is paid after you make a deposit.
As this is a Cozy Games site there's also a 300%, 150% and another 100% deposit bonus on your 1st, 2nd and 3rd deposits respectively. Unfortunately, the network made huge changes in October 2017 and reload bonuses, login treats and pretty much anything else bonus wise has gone - at least for the time being.
Every month House of Bingo will offer various jackpots and promos for their 75 and 90 ball games. In recent times these promotions have become a lot more static - not just for HOB - but for all Cozy Games brands. The site is accessible via mobile and tablet, plus players can fund via Skrill, Neteller, Paysafecard and the usual debit cards.
Beyond that there's nothing exclusive to lift House of Bingo up above the norm. They do have a Facebook page that since our original review has broken into life. Drop by if you're a regular player as you may be able to pick up extra bonus codes.
Overall House of Bingo isn't a bad site! If you like promotions and exclusives then the site won't appeal. However the Cozy Games platform has improved since we first wrote about HOB in 2012. There are more slot games, bigger bingo prizes and the network has expanded. Wagering terms are still not the best but they too are better. Our advice is take advantage of the free trial to see what you think.
Launched: January 2008
Licence: Isle of Man Gambling Commission
Bingo Rooms: 30 ball, 50 ball, 75 ball, 80 ball, 90 ball
Popular Slots: King Of Slots, Pyramid Quest, Shaman's Dream, Wild Vegas
Minimum Deposit: £5 Minimum Withdrawal: £10
Wagering Terms: x8 for bingo, x20/x40 for slots
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Updated On Thursday 26th October 2017