BGO Bingo

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Categories:
  • Slots Slots
  • Bingo Bingo
  • Games Games
Devices:
Online and mobile app
Free play:
Play for free in the Free Bingo Room
Withdrawls:
Small withdrawl fee
Customer Service:
FAQs, Email, Live chat from 12pm - 7pm

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About BGO Bingo

Owned by bgo Entertainment, the bgo Bingo platform comes from an already established brand, launched in 2012 as an online casino that’s licenced in both the UK and Alderney.

Its bingo arm offers 75, 80 and 90-ball versions of everyone’s favourite game, on mobile as well as desktop.

What games can I play?

A great collection of bingo rooms is on offer at bgo Bingo, with the regular schedule of games clearly displayed. All have different prices and some (although not all) have progressive jackpots.

For 90-ball fans, check out Deal or No Deal, Peggy’s Place, Cheap as Chips and Age of the Gods.

Meanwhile, if you’re a 75-ball fan, try High Five, Deal or No Deal 75 or Big Bang. Other great rooms include Seaside, Housey, Rainbow Riches and Cash Cubes bingo variants.

Then there’s the free bingo, with the Beginner’s Luck room which you get to enter for a week as a newbie, once you’ve spent 0.01 coins on bingo tickets for a week. Sharpen up your skills without paying anything!

The Extra Bingo room has free bingo, too – bet 10 coins before 8pm to gain access. Some VIP rooms are also free.

Whatever you feel like playing, there’ll be something to tickle your fancy whenever you log on.

Remember, from your bgo account you also have access to hundreds of slot games from the bgo casino, all from top-quality providers.

bgo Bingo Bonuses and Promos

Current bonuses and promotions available for 18+ UK players: sign up as a new player, deposit just £10 and get £20 in bingo bonuses, plus win up to 250 FREE spins on slots. Full terms and wagering requirements apply.

Join the Club!

In terms of perks, the main one at bgo Bingo is the Bingo Candy Club, offering some sweet rewards every time you play bingo or mini-games.

There are five levels, from Candy to Chocolate; it’s easy to move up to the next one, and you earn points every time you play.

bgo Bingo customer service

Not 24/7 but still available most of the day, speak by live chat, phone or send an email. Customer service is open between 8:30 am and midnight (BST).

Banking on great bingo

You should find a payment method you’re happy with at bgo Bingo. Visa, e-wallets like Neteller and PayPal and Paysafecard are all accepted. Minimum deposit is 10 coin, plus there is a small extra fee for deposits below 500 coin.

Withdrawals, encrypted for security, incur a 2.50 coin charge per transaction.

Summing up

bgo Bingo is a well-known operator with a lot to offer, from its flawless design to its decent mobile experience.

So you should find enough here to hold your interest and keep you entertained; what’s more, it’s a trusted industry name – just be aware of those transaction fees.

Give it a go – and let us know if it hit your sweet spot!

Operator FAQ

What payment methods are accepted at BGO Bingo?

BGO Bingo accepts the following payment methods: Visa, Visa Electron, Maestro, Paypal, NETELLER, paysafecard

What type of online betting/gambling does BGO Bingo offer?

BGO Bingo is currently offering online Slots, Bingo, Games options

What currencies are accepted at BGO Bingo?

BGO Bingo offers play in the following currencies: £ GBP

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"Long running casino and bingo site bgo, is offering a smaller welcome bonus than some other sites but the bingo room line up is substantial. Plus the favourite, deal or no deal bingo room is always busy. Lots of players online and regular promos make bgo bingo a good little platform."

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