Robin Hood Bingo Review
Updated On Thursday 21st September 2017
New Player Offer: 250% Bonus - 3 Days Free
Wagering terms and conditions will apply - Please gamble responsibly!
Robin Hood Bingo arrived on the scene around 2013 as a sister site to Moon Bingo and a member of the United group that also includes Polo Bingo. Legend has it that Robin Hood took from the rich and gave to the poor and this concept of taking and giving has been adopted by Robin Hood Bingo. Their strapline is "you play we give away".
Launched: January 2012
Owner: DAUB Alderney Limited
Licence: UK Gambling Commission
Bingo Rooms: 75 ball, 90 ball, 52 ball
Popular Slots: Bierhaus, Cirque Du Soleil Kooza, Gods Of Gold, Ted
Minimum Deposit: £5 Minimum Withdrawal: £30
Wagering Terms: x3 the deposit + bonus funds for bingo, x99 for bonus spins
If you'd like to join Robin's band of Merry Men - or simply sign up as a new player then there's three days of no deposit bingo on offer for first timers. After three days you'll need to become a depositor to continue playing at this Dragonfish/Cassava powered site. The current welcome offer is 200% up to £100 plus 100 spins but with our exclusive offer you'll get 250%. There's a minumum first deposit of £10 and a wagering term of x3 (deposit + bonus).
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Robin Hood Bingo also offers a second bonus. Use the code MYSTERY on your second deposit and receive a bonus up to £50. This also has a wagering term but this is x2. Deposits can be made via a range of payment methods including entropy, Maestro, Mastercard, Paypal, Paysafecard Visa and UKash.
As a depositor you'll have access to more free bingo - so that's where Robin gives away, but what about where you pay? Well there's a selection of 90 ball and 75 ball (pattern and 5 Line) rooms to play in. Suit Up is a recent new addition to the network and this gives you the chance to play 52 ball bingo using playing cards instead of the traditional numbers. Pre-buy options are available for daily jackpots and mega jackpots including the self made millionaire game.
What you tend to find with Robin Hood, and indeed the other United Bingo brands, is that the big money games are usually always sliding jackpots. For example at time of writing a Money Train jackpot is on offer with £25,000 headlined as the prize. However this is only won if house is called in a selected number of calls. Tickets for these jackpot games also tend to be a bit pricey.
Slots players will find a good selection of titles to choose from. That's not a surprise really given that the site is powered by Dragonfish. Top titles include Foxin Wins, Wish Upon A Jackpot, Rainbow Riches, Warlords, Emoji Planet, 99 Time, Fluffy Too and Motorhead.
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Promotions, such as Money Train mentioned above, are networked across different brands, but Robin Hood does have it's own prize wheel. This sounds great until you discover you get to spin it after every £500 wagered! Among the prizes on offer are spins, bonus cash and loyalty points. He's a real generous guy that Robin.
Actually that's perhaps a tad unfair! If you're a fan of promos then our advice is check out the Facebook page as there's always news of bonuses, free spins and prize games. Oh and do keep an eye on the little chat box that appears on the bingo site. The operators are usually very keen to offer you a bonus code or two. Don't forget that terms will apply.