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What are the Best UK Bingo Sites

If the latest Jackpotjoy Bingo commercials and ads have incentivised you to try out online bingo for the first time, then the following article will serve as a guide as to what you can expect when signing up to bingo sites.

First of all, if you’re from the UK (which I’m almost 95% sure you will be if you’re reading this), then you should sign up to the bingo sites that have the best reputations and marketing campaigns. These marketing campaigns aren’t any tricks. I personally believe that if an operator such as Foxy Bingo or Virgin Bingo can afford to pay hundred of thousands of pounds in TV or bus adverts for marketing then you can rest assure that they are a well run, successful company.

If you’re a completely new bingo player than you might be happy to hear that a number of bingo sites will give new players free money just for signing up. These are known as no deposit bonuses. So for example if you were to sign up a new account at Foxy Bingo than they’d give you £10 free. Obviously you can’t just withdraw this money and make a hit n’ run on them, but the £10 free money is credited to your account and can be used to spend in any of the 75 ball, 90 ball, speed bingo and other instant games at their site. This gives you a chance to win special progressive jackpots or bingo jackpots in regular games that can be worth more than £10,000 depending in which room you play.

888 Bingo and Jackpotjoy similar offer a smaller £5 free sign-up bonus. And a lot of the time bingo sites will run special freeroll bingo games which are free to enter and offer cash prizes up to £50.

If you’re ready to make a deposit than a lot of UK rooms offer large bonuses, such as a 150% up to £150 match-up bonus. This means that they’ll match-up your initial deposit bonus up to the value of £150. The bonus dollars themselves will be released as you purchase tickets and earn loyalty points in the games. The standard rollover requirements for clearing most bingo bonuses at online bingo site is around 25x – 35x your deposit. For instance, if you receive a £100 bonus than you’ll need to wager at least £2,500 in bingo tickets before you can withdraw all of it to your bank or eWallet.

The range of games and the size of a community of a bingo site is one of my favourite points – though not the most important overall.

Your main aim in signing up to a bingo room is to play bingo right? Well, that’s easy when all’s said and done. But the fact it that you can differentiate bingo sites by the amount of games, ticket prices and weekly jackpots that they offer. 888 Bingo and Foxy Bingo both offer a range of promotions and hundreds of 75 ball, 90 ball and 80 ball bingo games during the day from just 2p per ticket. The prizes are generally correlated to the cost of the tickets, however for a 10p ticket you can easily expect a prize worth more than £10,000.

The community aspect of bingo sites not only includes a forum (where you can interact with other players) but also the variety of bingo chat games, quiz nights and weekly raffle prizes each week. Chat games are a really exciting form of bingo and allow you to win special cash prizes and bonuses by using the chat box feature whilst playing games. 888 Bingo alone offers more than 20 different types of bingo chat games and prizes, one of the reasons I would happily recommend them to any new bingo player.