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Bingo G Review

Bingo G is one of the longstanding sites on the Best Bingo Network. It’s running the Cozy Games software so will have a nice homely feel if you like playing at their other sites such as Bingo Hero and Bingo Date.

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We don’t know what the G in BingoG stands for, but we do know they are offering a whopping £115 welcome package.
There’s the free £15 no deposit bonus just for signing up to start with. Then with your first deposit of £10 there’s a £40 bonus. And for every day for the first 60 days that you log in you’ll get £1 – so that’s another £60 if you log in every day.

The bonuses don’t stop there. For your next two deposits you’ll get a 300% bonus, then on every deposit after that up to 450% bonus or 150% cash bonus.

You’ll find a pretty decent range of bingo games as well as slots, scratchcards and casino games should you fancy a change.

Bingo G Offers

£15 Welcome Bonus

£15 free no deposit bonus for new players

£40 Deposit Bonus

Deposit £10 and you can play with £50

1000% Bonus

Spread over your first three deposits – 400%, 300% & 300%

Uo to 450% reload bonus / 150% cash

Get extra bonus or cash with every deposit

Registering & Claiming your welcome bonuses

The Bingo G registration page opens in a new tab, and is a very easy two step form. The registration process is simple, and payment details are not immediately required. Once you have registered you will be credited with a £15 welcome bonus which can be used across the site.

As you can use your other Best Bingo Network credentials to log into Bingo G you may not need to register. Other sites on the network include Gone Bingo, Wow Bingo, 88Bingo and Biscuit Bingo. Do bear in mind that if you do choose to log on using your existing details that you won’t get any additional bonus for using the new site.

Refer a friend promotion

You’ll get 5BBz as soon as a friend you refer signs up, plus you’ll bag a 100% bonus on their first deposit, and then 10% per deposit they make for their first 60 days.

In-Game

As with sites across the Best Bingo Network, Bingo G has nine rooms available to play bingo, ranging from classic 90-ball through 80- and 75-ball, and including a free 30-ball game. The lobby itself is standardised across the network while the general website theme is a contrasting bright purple with pink highlights. The addition of bright yellow navigation bar and balance display make for an incredibly vibrant visual, which may be over the top for some players.

Once you’ve decided from the range of games, the interface itself opens a pop-out window. The caller voice is not the best quality as it’s been poorly recorded, but the pace is good and I don’t think it detracts from the game. There are a variety of deals available at Bingo G, including buy-one-free or extra tickets in certain games. Alongside the ticket pane is the chat window. The chat seemed quite active while I was logged in, although before depositing there is only access to the free chat room.

What can you play?

Free play

The Bingo G “Free Games” room offers 2 free games of 30 ball bingo per hour. During the rest of the time the “free” room ( a little confusingly if you’re a newbie) runs 30 ball games from 1p.

Any Extras?

There are a range of slots which can be played with either cash or bonus funds as well as casino games and scratch cards . If you are playing with cash you’ll need to deposit. They also have a mobile platform, with 30 games available and no download needed. As well as the sign up bonuses they also offer the chance to win daily £1 and £5 weekly login bonuses. Their chat games also give you a chance to win up to a 200% bonus bucks on your last deposit.

  • 90 ball
  • 80 ball
  • 30 ball
  • penny bingo
  • free bingo
  • chat games

Pros and Cons

Easy to navigate website
Mobile platform with over 30 games and no download needed

Poorly recorded caller
Clashing colours and generic game lobby set up
No real “theme” to the site

Review updated: April 6, 2016