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Love My Bingo Review

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When we speak of love, even merely think of it, bingo isn’t initially the focus of our affections. That being said, perhaps by playing with Love My Bingo, a recognised Live Bingo Network platform released in 2012, you may just start falling head over heels for the range of games offered. Not that we believe this loved up site only offers a decent range of games, as the opportunity to activate regular promotions is also part of this site’s charm. As for how reliable it is, it’s operated by ElectraWorks and utilises Cozy Games software, with this partnership a popular one within bingo related communities. Both of these brands has worked well in the past, with Love My Bingo no exception to this string of successes.


Where to begin can be tough for you to figure out, more so if you’re inexperienced, and so we’d advise visiting the promotions page; here you’ll see all the offers available to you, some of which are exclusive for you being a new member. An example of these special offers is that of the 300% deposit bonus, open to all newcomers who allocate £10 or more into their account. This bonus is worth as much as £120, meaning you can start off with a considerable backing of cash. Better than this, there’s then two more deposit bonuses, one of 150% and another of 100%, that can also be taken out upon your second and third allocations. Each one of these deals will be valid for 30 days, thus giving you enough time to meet the x4 rollover requirement attached to them.

Bingo Games
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This isn’t the only chance for newbies to get settled in with a helping hand, as there’s also seven days of free bingo to be had. However, you don’t necessarily have to activate either of these offers if you don’t want to, as there’s many others to choose from. That being said, once you surpass the ‘newbie’ period, you won’t be able to take advantage of places like the Newbie Bingo Room and/or the offers related to it. Moving on from this, we have the bonuses that work for all walks of customers, such as the Midweek Treat, a special that plays every Wednesday in the Hump Day Room from 9pm. Think of this, and indeed the other bingo related products, as a means of lifting up your spirits and giving you an extra chance of winning.

Not that you only need bonuses for this, as there’s also Love My Bingo’s loyalty points system in place from the moment you sign up; this is where points are generated from the games you play. These points are worth 1p each, which granted is a low amount, but once you’ve collected at least 100 of them, you can start converting them. However, you’ll never be able to redeem more than 800 points a week, a figure some high rollers may find too restrictive.

Games and Software

Going back to our introduction for a moment, we’ve already mentioned that Cozy Games has provided a lot of the software customers see from Love My Bingo. Although true, they’re not the only brands involved, as there’s also pokies from Eyecon and NetEnt to be found here, and so this label is more varied than it may first appear.

Not only can bingo users find an array of rooms delivering 90, 80, 75 and 30 ball bingo games, from Big Ben, Victoria 90, and City Hall, but there’s also a slots/casino page to view. Arguably, your first port of call will be the bingo halls, simply as this brand is primarily for bingo lovers, and because the bingo games are so cheap – you shouldn’t pay more than 25p for the games, with others often costing much less. Inside these rooms, you’ll be able to chat to other users, as well as prebuy tickets for upcoming games.

As for the alternate titles, they function as they would coming from an online casino, with you needing to use real money in order to play; no tickets are necessary, though the costs of the slots may be steeper than the games of bingo you’ve previously played. What is more, no live dealers will be found here, as this would require additional software for the site to have.


In terms of accessibility, the banking of this bingo platform is similar to those seen elsewhere, a factor even more true when compared with other Cozy Games websites. The collection of permitted payment methods isn’t huge in range, but it does however provide the most popular options at this time; these include Visa, Paysafecard, and Skrill (among others).

Provided you meet the minimum requirement of £10 per deposit, you shouldn’t run into any nasty surprises, such as banking fees or delays, with the same simplistic system in place for withdrawals, only now no limit is given. Upon making a withdrawal, it’s important to keep in mind the timeframe of the transactions, as it can take between two to three days, perhaps longer depending on your individual circumstances. Although it’s not an instantaneous process, it’s much quicker than other systems we’ve dealt with in the past, with both EUR and GBP customers receiving the same universal experience.


As you’ll be able to see detailed upon its webpages, Love My Bingo is regulated by the Government of Gibraltar and the UK Gambling Commission, with their license numbers both provided.

Support and Contact Details

For assistance 24/7, you need only visit the Contact Us page to find all the necessary details, which are offered via an onsite ticket system, live chat messaging, emails, and telephone support. Nothing is exactly innovative in features, but each one of these options functions well and has a fast response time, typically with emails answered within just one hour. What is more, there’s also a FAQs pageful of content, briefly explaining key features of the website, such as bonuses, policies, your account, and the games.

Social Channels

Even though community is presented as being the beating heart of this brand, that isn’t the story told when we visit its Facebook page; yes there’s a social channel to interactive with, but unfortunately it hasn’t been posted on (by the team) since 2015. Of course, users can still chat to one another via posts, but the lack of presence from the label itself makes this feel like a forgotten part of the Love My Bingo brand.