Please note: This website has now closed down. Our review will be left up for historical purposes.
The first thing you notice on the home page of Bingo Blowout is that they really encourage free play, and you get a £10 free no deposit bonus to kick you off – and once you’re in, there are quite a few bingo game options to play, but trying to find out how to convert points or make any withdrawals is like finding a needle in a haystack!
The whole free angle has been about since it started back in 1999, but it’s probably worth depositing a few pounds to make the most out of this site.
There is a good variety of games, they’re reasonably priced with average prizes but visually it seems a bit old school.
Registering is simple and you get a £10 free no deposit bonus, 350% first deposit bonus, and there’s a 75% reboot bonus, so they’re pretty generous in that respect, and it accepts most major payment types for deposits.
The home page is colourful and relatively easy to manoeuvre around, and there are game previews and a help page, which are both informative about the games and some aspects of the site, plus 24/7 support, none of which make it easy to find out about free gameplay options.
Bonuses and Promotions
On top of the registration and deposit bonuses, they seem to like the big events, as they regularly have special promotions around them – with Valentine’s Day, Mother’s Day, and Easter popular themes.
There’s also the weekly £250 guaranteed game, which is a pre-buy game with cards costing just 10p. Another featured promotion is the Refer a Friend, which gets you £15 added to your account – if they deposit £10.
It pays to be a regular player, as the loyalty scheme is a pretty healthy one by all accounts. You earn points just by playing, and these can all be converted to bonus bucks. There’s also a £50 free cash game played every Sunday which is only available to loyal members – their way of saying thank you.
Bingo and Slots Games
The main bingo room list is easy to find from the tabs, with 30, 75, 80 and 90 ball options, and prices start from as little as 1p, and there are also quite a few free games which are clearly displayed. Once you get to the bingo room it’s quite full-on and takes a while to get your bearings despite clear instructions. The game graphics are pretty basic, but there is a good layout, sound effects, and dauber choices.
There are other games to choose from if you want a change of scenery from bingo, with new and popular slots, keno, casino games, and scratch cards – and you can filter for the most played and most won etc which is always a useful feature.
This site has a friendly and busy chat room, and they all seem to know each other pretty well. There are also good chat specials so you can win without really doing much at all.
There are loads of these to keep you on your toes while you’re playing Bingo, but my personal favourite is Duck Hunting, so when you hear the call for 22 (two little ducks) get those fingers typing DUCK in the chatbox and if you’re first, you’re fast, and a winner.
There is a Facebook page, but it hasn’t got many followers despite a £5 promise, but you’re probably not missing much as they hadn’t made a post in almost two months, so social media isn’t a strong suit.
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Long story short, this brand is not on our recommended list. The website hasn’t been updated in years and is starting to look really updated now. They are however fully licensed and regulated by the UK Gambling Commission, so you are unlikely to get screwed over if you decide to sign-up here. With that said, there are better choices when it comes to getting better value for money, an increased chance of winning and larger bonuses. For all those reasons, we say give Bingo Blowout a miss!