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Big Brother Bingo Review

I’m in love with Big Brother (who isn’t?) and nothing is more fun than playing along with a custom bingo card, but I always struggle to find something to do to fill in the downtime between seasons. Well, why not play Big Brother Bingo, and relive being in the house!

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In a special newbies room for 7 days & then once you’ve deposited.

Registering & Claiming your welcome bonuses

The styling on Big Brother Bingo is cool, if not exactly up to date with the show. A chilled colour scheme of pink, turquoise and white keep this site classy with their landing page. To join, just click the big pink Join Now button in the top right-hand corner. Clicking through takes you to the registration page for Big Brother Bingo, which is made up of sections including personal details and address. You won’t be asked for any payment details during the registration process. However it’s easy to add them and deposit later, by going to the banking section of the account page.

Refer a friend promotion

Bring in a new housemate by refering them and you can get 15,000 loyalty points. Not only that, there is no limit on the number of housemates you can bring along.


Having registered you are redirected to your room in the Big Brother Bingo house, where you can see your balance in both real money and bonus cash, your total, access the cashier, see details of your account and move to the game lobby. I love how far this site has gone in aid of its theme, even designing the account page to be like a room. Clicking on “Play Now” opens the game lobby in a new window.

The lobby shows which games are available, including 90-ball games, 75-ball games. The lobby is also on the “house” theme with tabs called the lounge, garden and diaryroom – each styled to match the name of the room. The lounge is dedicated to free and penny bingo games. The games open in the same window. The ticket pane is on the left-hand side along with the purchase interface, and the chat interface is on the right.The caller voice is friendly, with a good pace.

Initially I was plonked into the “Newbie Den” for chat, where there was no conversation at all, no chat game and no chat host – not ideal for a real bingo newbie! However, once I joined into one of the main chat rooms there was a fairly good level of conversation and the chat hosts helped to keep the atmosphere fun and friendly.

What can you play?

Free play

Get friendly with your housemates by playing free bingo in the Newbies room, available for 7 days after you register. Once you’re funded there’s also Frolikin’ Free open through the day and the Daily Highlight!

Any Extras?

Aside from the bingo available at Big Brother Bingo there are a range of slots, which can be found in the bedroom. There are a couple of games in there which you will recognise, organised as pillows on the bed and cases on the floor, but unfortunately before you can have a look at them you’ll need to deposit. If you do choose to go ahead with Big Brother bingo you’ll be looking at an opening offer of £20 free when you deposit £10.

Once you’ve deposited you are guided through the process of getting some additional bonus money – you can win even more for free by playing the Stairway to Swag (this is only available for four days after sign-up). I really appreciated this fun way of giving out free funds to begin with. There was also some conflict of information across the site. Some pages suggested you could win up to £20 on Stairway to Swag, while others said it was from 50p to £5 only.

  • 90 ball
  • 75 ball
  • chat games
  • free bingo

Pros and Cons

Loved the them of the site which continues throughout
Great range of games

I think it would be great if there was a bit more access to play games before you deposit.

Review updated: July 25, 2015