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Bringo Bingo Review

Online since: 2017

Should you be a bingo enthusiast looking for a new site to join up with, Bringo Bingo may just be the type of cheesy brand you’re looking for. Not only is it a site that comes with respected software, courtesy of Dragonfish, it also has a catchy name that gets stuck in your head, with you almost able to make a song out of it. You don’t have to start singing, but we think you’ll want to once you learn that this website is operated by 888 Group’s Cassava Enterprises, a subsidiary that is well known throughout the iGaming circuit. We can’t promise that this navy blue interface will be the best they offer, but we’re sure it’ll deliver enough games for when you’re in need of a quick punt.

Promotions at Bringo Bingo

As some of you will have already seen, Bringo Bingo isn’t a site that opens itself to guests, with it instead concerned with registered users only. Consequently, you can only see the details of the welcome offer, with all the remaining bonuses hidden from view until you have a Bringo account of your own. Luckily, we can fill in any blanks you have, seeing as how we’ve done a lot of the hard work so you don’t have to.

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When it comes to this newbie deal, it consist of a 300% deposit bonus, which customers can qualify for when you allocate £5 or more for your first banking transaction. One of the many perks of this small offer is that there’s no promo code for you to use prior to activating the deal, and the wagering requirement is a low x4. As great as all this is, the maximum you can get in bonus monies is £60, so it’s a very low value reward in reality. Now that you’ve got your hands on some money, you may think the welcome package is all over, but it’s actually not. Not only is there a second deposit but there’s a third one as well, with them valued as 150% and 100% retrospectively.

  • Welcome offer: 300% first deposit bonus
  • 150% second deposit bonus
  • 100% third deposit bonus
  • VIP scheme

Seeing as the new customers options have been taken care of, with you now officially able to call yourself a returning member, you have weekly deals to trigger if you should want to. These include Diamond Dare, a bonus available on Tuesdays only, as well as The Prize is Right, a Thursday based activity related to 90 ball bingo. There’s a fair few other rewards as well, but we think you’d rather us tell you about the Diamond Club. As some of you may have already guessed, this is the VIP scheme that Bringo Bingo offers, where members can receive better promos once they’ve deposited a significant amount of money. Platinum, the top of all the levels, can only be accessed if you’ve deposited well over £5,000, which is an amount best suited to highrollers.

Games and Software

Softwares: Dragonfish, Eyecon and NetEnt

As we’ve already mentioned to you, Dragonfish control the software of this website, and so the bingo games come exclusively from them. Even though the brand spreads themselves around, across multiple accounts, that doesn’t mean that the content is less than appealing. Included among the 90 and 75 ball formats are titles such as Light It Up, Free Fortune, and Not Quite Right, with some of the activities being free while the others demand a small fee. And when we say small we mean only a couple of pence or your currency equivalent.

This would arguably be good enough for most users, but Bringo Bingo has provided casino activities as well, primarily that of online pokies and table games. Most of the time these games come from NetEnt and that brand only, however there’s the odd Eyecon title in the mix also. Before you get too excited though, it must be said that the selection of casino games is much smaller than you’d see from an online casino. What is more, there’s no live casino titles, which is sad to see due to the fact that brands like Two Fat Ladies has included at least one.


Banking options: Visa, Paysafecard and Mastercard

In regards to payment methods, there’s few on offer besides that of main providers like Visa, Paysafecard and Mastercard. In spite of the missing diversity, we find that the accessibility of the banking is super easy, thanks to how low the deposit limit is at just £5 per allocation. Moreover, this value appears to be exactly the same for the withdrawals, and so nobody is held back because they’ve not struck gold.

From what we can see from the details given, which are limited when you’re not a customer, we can see that GBP and EUR are part of the permitted currencies. In addition to this, withdrawals are held within a 48 pending bubble before going through to processing. This is done to allow users a chance to reverse their withdrawal, however once this timeframe has been met, no cancellation will be allowed. Due to this window of processing, the number of days it can take to complete the withdrawal is sometimes over ten business days. Unluckily, for most of you, this will be too long a wait.


Just like so many iGaming websites out there, Bringo Bingo has a dual license. For those of you not used to such terms, this means that two regulating bodies have provided security; in the case of this brand, they come from the UK Gambling Commission and the Government of Gibraltar.

Support and Contact Details

Continuing onto the support options now, which are important to all customers as it allows them to gain assistance when needed, we find that there’s telephone, live chat and email. There’s also the FAQs and terms, though we’d argue that these won’t provide much info for those of you who have bigger issues to query.

When speaking to the team, it’s wise to keep in mind that there’s operational hours that dictate when the team responds to you; if you send a message or call outside of the hours of 8am to 2am, you’ll find that there’s no one on hand to help. Therefore, we’d advice sending an email when you’re in trouble outside of these hours.

Social Channels

Right off the bat, we have to say that if there is a social channel for BringoBingo, it isn’t advertised on any of the site’s webpages. True, you could try and search online for yourselves, but you shouldn’t have to when playing with a so called new and upcoming brand. We know that social media isn’t the most important aspect of iGaming, but there’s no denying that staying connected to friends is part of the fun.