Rogers Bingo

Rogers Bingo

Play Online Bingo – No Deposit Required!

Please note: This website has now closed down. Our review will be left up for historical purposes.

Important Details

No Deposit Bonus: N/A.
Welcome Offer: £25 new player bonus.
Bonus Codes: N/A.
Minimum Deposit: £10.
Minimum Withdrawal: £50.
Free Bingo: Free bingo games throughout the day.
Software: Proprietary Software.
Established: 2011.
Email Address: N/A.
Phone Number: N/A.
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Welcome Offer

I am going to be blunt, I did not enjoy playing at Rogers Bingo. The reasons as to which, you will find out in the following review. However, if you want the short of it, the biggest reason not to join Rogers Bingo is that they don’t have anything particularly special to offer.

Registration wasn’t very easy, nor user-friendly. In fact, it was hard to figure out your way to the registration page. On top of that, the bonuses and promotions were not clearly displayed. It took me ages to find out that the site offers a £25 deposit bonus, there were no details on any of the promotions pages of the site. In order to find out what the site actually offered I had to delve deep into the terms and conditions pages to find out these details. Not a good start!

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Bingo and Slots Games

Rogers Bingo runs on their own software, which is a good thing in some cases (For example Jackpotjoy and Tombola have their own unique software), however in the case of RogersBingo.com, having its own unique software is not a good thing.

There are 4 different main bingo rooms offering both 75 and 90 ball bingo. When I logged in they were far from busy, with the busiest room having just 10 players in it. The price per card was $0.08 to $0.025. I didn’t like that the currency was set to US dollar, which is a rarity with bingo sites targeting the UK market.

On the positive side, the site offers some free bingo games, however when I logged in there was none currently running, and the nearest game was in 52 minutes!

One area in which Rogers Bingo excels is with their selection of slots and casino games. The site had some popular slots games such as Immortal Romance, which is actually from the Microgaming software platform. This leads me to the conclusion that Rogers Bingo licenses their games from a number of other third-party software providers. This is definitely a unique feature to them only as most other bingo sites are fully licensed using just one platform. Personally,  I am not sure whether this is good or bad, so I am withholding judgment on that one.

One thing I particularly like is the integration of a “social casino”, which means you can play your favourite games with other players and chat with each other in the chatbox. So for example, if you want, you can play Roulette with 50 other people, see where they all place their bets and have some fun and banter in the chatbox.

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Bonus Codes, Mobile, and Other Info

  • The site does not currently have a mobile app.
  • There are currently no bonus codes.
  • The minimum deposit is £10
  • The minimum withdrawal amount is £50.
  • There is a £25 bonus for all new players
  • Withdrawals take 7 days. Some players complain about it taking longer.
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Sister Sites

Rogers Bingo does not have any sister sites. However, we recommend playing on the following websites:

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Review Conclusion

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Summary

I am not going to waste much more time reviewing this site. There are some serious flaws with Rogers Bingo. The bonuses and promotions are not laid out well. Registration was not easy. There were only 4 bingo rooms, none of them was particularly vibrant. The casino game selection was, however, decent, although the site lacked a welcoming community and as such, I didn’t feel at home playing here.

There are plenty of other better sites to spend time playing. I can’t see many reasons as to why you should register and play at Rogersbingo.com. My advice, look elsewhere!