Once upon a time the nation was singing along to I know where all the girls go - just before they tuned in for another episode of Jeremy Kyle. The reason for this was that Think Bingo occasionally featured instead of Foxy or Cheeky in the 'bumpers' (TV techie term for short adverts) around the show.
However, in recent months Think seems to have been shunted aside. The focus from the 'Cashcade' camp is very much on Foxy and Cheeky with perhaps Mirror Bingo also coming in to focus. Think, "the longest running standalone UK bingo site", seems to be just that - standing alone.
The good news is that it's still running and all the girls and boys are still invited. It's most certainly not as busy as it's bigger name competitors but Think do like the idea of being a small and friendly community site. There are also still plenty of games to enjoy.
New players are welcomed with a 200% deposit bonus and all funded players have access to free bingo. There are £25 jackpots to play for in Free Thinkers and Free Little Birds. There's also a Free n Easy Room (although this was closed when we visited). You'll find four 75 and four 90 ball rooms and daily cash jackpot games. These play at 9pm and you can play for between £250 and £2000 although cards vary in price from 10p to £1.
If you like prize games then every Wednesday you have the chance to win a real prize rather than a cash jackpot. Every month there's a £5K Jackpot Treat game. It's your chance to grab a share of £5000 for just £1. You can pre-buy cards for this one any time just by following the tabs in the lobby. If you prefer side games then there's the usual slots including Fluffy Favourites and X Factor.
So there is life in Think Bingo - a little makeover might be nice as would another push of their catchy TV jingle. Sing a long now!!
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