Updated On Monday 8th February 2016
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Originally a US based site, Bingo.com crossed over to the UK when online gambling became a bit of an issue Stateside. Since then they're had more platforms than Clapham Junction. Starting life on Aberrant Software they tried Cozy Games before joining The Maria Bingo Network on Virtue Fusion. In 2015 Bingo.com, Unibet and Maria created their own platform with Relax Gaming.
The software moves haven't helped Bingo.com get established in The UK. However could 2016 finally be the year things start progressing? The site has been relaunched with a new logo and a brand new look. Out go the dogs (although there's nod to them in the logo) and in comes a colourful and informative home page with links to the main sections and latest promotions.
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New players to the site can check things out with seven days of free games in a special newbie area. Bingo.com are also currently offering a 200% deposit bonus, so if you deposit £10, you will get another £20 to play with! Occasionally you may be offered free slot spins - it just depends how lucky you are when you decide to register. Note that like all sites wagering terms and conditions will apply to bonus money.
Games wise you'll find a number of rooms that offer 90 and 75 ball games. These include The Grand, The Mystery, Supersonic, Glamour Hall and All Stars . Note that Bingo.com does attract European visitors so you may find some of the prizes and ticket costs are displayed in Euros.
Slots Of Promotions
In terms of promotions Bingo.com tends to host the same as those you'll find on Maria and Unibet although occasionally there may be an exclusive. As well as the newbie room, regular players are rewarded with a private room which is accessible after wagering £30 in a week. Slots do feature heavily on Bingo.com and there's usually plenty of free spins on offer.
In theory this should be the site for bingo. It's got the name but it's just never settled on any software platform. For reasons unknown it just doesn't seem to want to take on the Foxys, Tombolas and Jackpotjoys of the world - perhaps now it's more relaxed that may change?