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Have a Ball Bingo Review

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Online since: 2013
Welcome Bonus: 300% deposit bonus

We’ve all heard the phrase ‘having a ball’, but how about actually having a ball, as in a physical ball? Well, that’s a little different but is by no means impossible, due to the 2013 launch of Have a Ball Bingo. The clever title of this platform isn’t the only aspect of the brand that’s working in its favour, as there’s also the backing of Cozy Games, an operator well known throughout the industry. Furthermore, Have a Ball Bingo is part of the Live bingo Network, therefore furthering the notion that this is a platform worthy of your attention, and your money also. Sporting a fabulously pink interface, this is a garish, in your face domain that doesn’t care about being anything out than being loud and proud.


Moving away from our praise of intelligent website names, we now sweep our gaze over the brief but pleasant array of promotions that this label delivers. We can’t state enough that the number of deals is probably less than a large named casino, and yet what’s offered is considerable enough to keep Have a Ball Bingo in the hearts of fans years down the line.

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

A great example of such deals come from the terms of the deposit bonuses available to new customers, with the first bonus being 300%; this is for a mere allocation of £10 into your account, as well as a wagering requirement no greater than x4. This list of pleasing conditions only grows more when you take out the second and third deposit bonuses also, with these deals marked at 150% and 100%. We’d argue that these offers are better than some you get from online casinos, especially with the rollover necessities kept so low. Accompanying this, which only reinforces this notion of generosity, is a week long deal of free bingo tickets, with the amount of money saved (by you) being worth £3,000!

Coupled with such bonuses is the Midweek Treat, a regular promotion that can be played by all customers, even those who have freshly joined. What is more, there’s also other regular installments of rewards, however most of these are for bingo titles and not any others, as illustrated by Penny Bingo. Should you require more from Have a Ball Bingo, you won’t be disappointed as there’s also Bonus Bucks awarded for loyalty, as well as loyalty points that can later be converted into bonus money. And so, while the range of these deals is compact, what they gift to users is a diverse but niche collection of well crafted promotional materials.

Games and Software

Softwares: Cozy Games, NetEnt and Eyecon

Saddled up with offers, it makes sense to hit the games section, starting first with the Bingo lobby, an area within Have a Ball Bingo that houses all of the bingo rooms, such as Penny Bingo, the Hump Day Room, and Big Ben. These rooms, and the others we’ve not mentioned, offer activities that are based upon the rules of 90, 80, 75 and 30 ball bingo, thus giving players a wide range of options. Not that this is all that’s going in this site’s favour, as there’s also the cheapness of the bingo tickets, alongside the big wins of the grand jackpots, some of which exceed £2,500.

If you’re still desperate for more opportunities to score large victories, then you need to visit the Slots page of the label, as it has the most titles. It isn’t the only page that offers activities, as so too does Casino and Games, however there’s not as much diversity within those sections. When opting in for any of these games, money will be required, regardless of whether you’re a member or a mere visitor. As such, anyone looking for free playthroughs will need to stick to the bingo rooms that cater to such.

In regards to the software on display, that falls largely to Cozy Games, and yet there’s also NetEnt and Eyecon showing their creativity as well. We love that Cozy Games always delivers more than just their own products, even though what they offer is good quality nonetheless.


Banking options: Mastercard, PayPal or Paysafecard

Worrying about banking security is so common among iGaming users, which is why we always take the time to explain the terms of each site we review. In reference to the conditions of Have a Ball Bingo, everything is above board and also typical of other bingo websites. Take for example the deposit policy: a minimum of £10 is required, a sum of money that we often see asked of gamers. Carrying on with commonplace regulations, there’s also the need for customers to have met the wagering requirements before a withdrawal can be made, no matter if you’re banking with Mastercard, PayPal or Paysafecard.

All of your banking will be done under the same currency, either GBP or EUR, with no banking charges brought against you for using the services. When a withdrawal is put through, it can take between two and three business days to clear, with this being the average turnaround time of all the payment methods presented.


Following on from banking, we now look to the details of the dual license Have a Ball Bingo has, presented by the Government of Gibraltar and the UK Gambling Commission.

Contact and Support Details

As is normal for any website that may throw issues your way, this label has pages of FAQs for anyone to read through who may need a helping hand, with the questions covering bonuses, accounts, and other such details. Despite how good these resources are, it’s likely that you’ll need to talk to someone from customer service during your membership with Have a Ball. And so, you’ll need to visit the Contact Us page to use either email, live chat, telephone and/or the ticket system. When using any of these options, players will be able to do so 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

Social Channels

Funnily enough, in spite of Have a Ball Bingo having a Facebook page, the label hasn’t seen fit to include it on any of their webpages. This could, perhaps, be due to the account having been set up after the platform was launched, as most of the Facebook posts date back to 2015. In regards to this date, it also highlights that remaining active on social channels isn’t a high priority of this label or even Cozy Games.