About Mecca Bingo
Multiple award-winning Mecca has been a household name in Britain since it was founded in the early 1960s when some dancehalls were first converted into physical bingo rooms.
The company still runs 86 bingo clubs nationally, but today the focus is on the web-based game, and the brand has been online since 2003. It’s owned and run by the Rank Group and regulated by the UK’s Gambling Commission, with a secondary licence from Alderney.
With more than 300 games on offer, a firm emphasis on player security, brisk deposits and withdrawals, not to mention a high standard of customer support 24/7, it’s not hard to see why it’s so popular. If you like playing on the move, the mobile website is fully responsive on just about any device.
What can I play at Mecca Bingo?
Mecca has more than 300 games, so it should always be possible to find one you want to play. Many of its distinctive variants are unique to this operator. You’ll also find a number of TV tie-ins, for example, based on Britain’s Got Talent and X-Factor. Other titles include Gold Rush, Lucky 7 and Dancing Queen, among numerous others.
But if you’re a traditionalist, there are stacks of classic games to enjoy here, including all your favourite 75, 80 and 90-ball versions of housey housey. So get your eyes down!
Spend a tenner on bingo within 60 days of registering and look forward to playing with £60, in the form of a £30 bingo bonus, a £20 slots bonus and a £10 club voucher. And although there are (as ever) a number of t’s and c’s attached, these are all clearly explained.
At the same time, while there’s no VIP programme as such, it’s worth checking back regularly to see Mecca’s ongoing promotions. These include free spins and the chance (at the time of writing) to win tickets to the 2020 Mecca Fest event in May at Blackpool’s iconic Tower Ballroom.
It’s pretty hard to go wrong with one of Britain’s biggest bingo brands, whose many awards have included accolades for its mobile offering and its approach to social responsibility.
Give it a go for yourself, and see if it’s an operator you’re happy playing with.