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|No Deposit Bonus:||£10 no deposit bonus on registration.|
|Welcome Offer:||1000% bonus cash across your first 3 deposits.|
This popular online site likes to think of itself as “a little community, a bit like a village, but without the Post Office”, and although the cynic in us says yeah right, it does do something relatively unheard of and promises no small print and complete honesty abounds. Bingonanza has been around since 2001 and is operated and owned by TGN AG, with software technology licensed by Parlay Entertainment Inc.
It’s a super simple sign-up process with just the basics required, you get a 1000% bonus across your first 3 deposits, 200% on the first, 250% on the second and 400% on the third. Add those to the 50% deposit rebate on each deposit and you get your full 1000%.
There’s also a £10 free bonus when you join so you can really play before you pay, but any winnings won’t be made available until you make a deposit.back to menu ↑
The home page is pretty much perfunctory, with an inoffensive design style, clear tabs, and is user-friendly. It also uses this space to promote its featured games, promos, latest news, and winners’ info. It has lots of good bingo, a varied selection of gameplay, plenty of promotions, a generous loyalty scheme, and a fun community.back to menu ↑
Bonuses and Promotions
Bingonanza has some ongoing promotions, but they also introduce new games regularly and have ones that are relevant to what’s going on – as we were heading towards Easter, there were some good Easter specials happening. But there are plenty of guaranteed games and deposit bonus options, so keep an eye on everything that’s going so you don’t miss out.
It’s also worth getting your friends to join up to Bingonanza, as you get a 20% free bonus on their initial deposit, and 20% on their net deposits from then on – so everyone’s a winner, especially you!back to menu ↑
Bingo and Slots Games
In the bingo lobby, you’ll find 90 and 75 ball games to play, and six bingo rooms to choose from – including a VIP room available to the loyalty club members. You can find out what’s going on in all the rooms with the bingo schedule, where you’ll find a good rundown of games coming up, times, and a basic description.
Once you’re in the bingo room of your choice, select tools for game options to alter sounds, daubs, graphics, card sorting, and you can choose to have the chat room space and/or play mini-games, or have nothing if you don’t want the distractions. Buying cards can be done with auto-select or by choosing your own, and they cost from as little as 1 penny.
There’s a really good selection of slots, video poker, lotteries, and casino games with plenty of favourites, but new ones are introduced regularly too.back to menu ↑
Bingonanza loyalty scheme is the Ultra Club where points can be accumulated through deposits, playing and promotions. The more points you get the higher deposit bonus you get – and you can convert them to bonus pounds to be played online too.
Like most good online bingo sites, there are loads of good chat games where if you’re good at multi-tasking, you can win some decent prizes while you’re playing bingo – it’s also a fun way to interact with the rest of your roomies.
You’ll find lots of information about the games throughout the site, but if you have any other questions, check out the FAQ section first, as most queries will be addressed there – but if you need more support there’s a help desk you can contact 24/7.
Bingonanza has something we haven’t come across before – a Royal Roomie. This is a weekly award of a £25 bonus for a roomie that has been helpful, loyal, and a support to the chat hosts and community at large!
There are a few player testimonials (all positive!), but worryingly there haven’t been any since 2012 – one wonders whether that’s because there haven’t been any since, or the powers that be aren’t very proactive.
There is a Facebook page, with over 600 followers, but suffers the same fate as there haven’t been any posts since last year, and it seems like it wasn’t very active prior to that anyway, so not really worth following.back to menu ↑
We do not currently work with any brands that are partners with Parlay Entertainment. We would recommend the following websites instead:back to menu ↑
Bingonanza has a simple design, is user-friendly, with lots of really good bingo, games, and promotions, and its loyalty scheme is second to none. But, it seems to be a rather neglected site, with bad spelling errors throughout, expired promotions not removed, testimonials not updated, and a Facebook page that hasn’t been used since last year – hopefully, the rest of the site doesn’t suffer such abandonment too!
Don’t get me wrong, the software is not the worst and the games are not that bad, but the site has been a bit neglected, there doesn’t seem to be much going on and there really are much better alternatives out there.