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Bingo Ballroom

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  • 75 and 90-ball bingo site which is designed for British-based players.
  • Play a whole host of slots, progressive jackpot games and scratch cards.
  • 300% welcome bonus on offer when you sign up and deposit £10.
  • Earn cashback and other bonuses when you collect site loyalty points.

Bingo Ballroom Review

Bingo Ballroom is an appropriate name for a bingo website, for many resplendent ballrooms once served as bingo halls, reverberating to the rafters on a Saturday night with the chatter of players and the shouts of the bingo caller.

Bingo Ballroom emulates that scene, right down to the disco balls that hang from the ‘roof’ of the homepage. This website veritably sparkles, so much so that you might need to lower the contrast on your screen.

While hardly an old-fashioned site, Bingo Ballroom’s narrow design leaves acres of unclaimed space on either side. Still, it’s not as if the full width of the page is needed to play bingo, and besides, the narrow design leaves plenty of background space for the ballroom to shine through – and shine it does.

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All about Bingo Ballroom

Bingo Ballroom is operated by Cassava Enterprises Limited, a Gibraltar based company whose speciality is churning out identical websites that are differentiated solely by their theme.

It’s a ballroom in this instance, but the company have tackled everything from loved-up emojis to barbecues on the beach. Top marks for creativity with their themes then, even if the sites themselves are identical underneath. According to the site’s proprietors, “the sweet beats of rhumba and the tango liven up every game”. If that’s music to your ears, sign up and get ready to dance your way around the house as you celebrate winning at bingo.

The site is marketed primarily at British-based bingo players, a demographic which is growing rapidly thanks to the lottery-style game’s successful rebranding as a hip and fun way to while away an evening. 888 Holdings, incidentally, the company who control Cassava Enterprises and thus are in charge of the whole shebang, are a publicly traded company.

This is worth mentioning purely as an indication of the might behind Bingo Ballroom. While no company is impregnable, it seems safe to assume that 888 Holdings are going to be around for the foreseeable.

Getting Started

There are loads of bingo games scheduled all around the clock at Bingo Ballroom. Most cost mere pennies to enter, while a few big games will cost pounds but the jackpots make the outlay worthwhile. 75-ball and 90-ball bingo is Bingo Ballroom’s stock in trade.

To sample either, you’ll need to sign up and, having created an account, deposit some funds into it. Thereafter, you’ll be able to ready to start notching off numbers in your quest to achieve bingo before your peers do.

When it comes to banking options, Bingo Ballroom can offer its members a variety of popular payment methods including credit and debit card via Visa, Maestro and MasterCard. Other available payment methods are PayPal, Paysafecard, Entropay and Neteller.

When withdrawing funds, there’s a 48-hour wait before they’re released. It’ll then take a few days for the money to appear in your account; longer if you’ve requested bank transfer or cheque.

Bingo Promotions

Offering the same promotion as that to be found at all its other bingo websites, Cassava Enterprises offers customers of Bingo Ballroom £30 of bonus cash when they deposit £10. This works out as a 200% bingo bonus and a 100% games bonus. Slightly confusingly, the small print says there’s up to £105 to be claimed with this 300% bonus, so presumably more than £10 can be deposited in conjunction with this promotion.

Bingo Ballroom Bonuses and Promotions

Type
Amount
Match
Playthrough
Claim
Welcome Bonus
£105
300%
15x

The site also operates seasonal promotions such as a selection of Christmas bonuses that are laid out like an advent calendar; click on a day of the month to discover the offer that awaits.

Other seasonal promos include a huge jackpot to usher in the new year. Should you feel compelled to spend New Year’s Eve indoors on your own playing bingo, it’s good to know that Bingo Ballroom have got you covered.

Regular Promotions

There’s no end of bingo promotions to look out for every week at Bingo Ballroom. Happy hour each Monday from 4pm-6pm sees players earn double loyalty points, or jewels as they’re known here. There are also special bingo games that fall under the banner of promotions, such as the Sure Win game which takes place on the 1st and 15th of each month with a prize pot of £2,500, £500 of which is split among the runners-up, ensuring that no one leaves empty-handed.

Earn Some Loyalty Points

Bingo Ballroom would like you to become its BFF. In exchange for cosying up with the site and playing there regularly, you’ll be rewarded with jewels. Not literal jewels, but virtual ones that are dispensed at a rate of a dozen for every £1 you wager. The more jewels you collect, the more cashback you’ll earn along with various other bonuses, with your rank rising from Rookie to Pro, Master and finally Champ.

Slots of Fun

One of the strangest things about Bingo Ballroom is that it has an entire selection of slots to play, but these can’t be found on the main menu. In fact the only clue that they exist lies in a small box labelled Instant Games. Clicking on this will lead you through to a secret section stocked with progressive jackpots, video slots and instant win games.

Frustratingly, each one has just a small icon accompanying it, making it a guessing game working out which category each title belongs to and what it might entail.

For the record, games include the X-Factor video slot, Roland Rat, Invaders from Planet Moolah, Starburst and Wizard of Oz.

Bingo Time

One thing that Cassava Enterprises does well is outline the rules of bingo. All of its sites carry detailed guides to mastering the two types of bingo it specialises in, the 75-ball and 90-ball iterations.

In each case, it’s all about completing a predetermined pattern on your card – essentially daubing a line, which may run vertically, horizontally or diagonally. The 75-ball game takes place on a 5x5 grid, with the central space labelled as “FREE”. The remaining squares all contain different numbers.

With the 90-ball game, the bingo ticket consists of lines with 9 boxes on them, some of which are left blank. There are 39 numbers to choose from, with the winner the first person to cover a single line, second place going to the player who can cover any 2-line pattern and the full house winner being the player to cover all 3 lines.

Whether you’re playing 75 or 90-ball bingo, you’ll need to purchase a minimum of 1 ticket to play, but up to 96 can be purchased at a time. Tickets will usually cost a few pence, except for the occasional big game, where the higher cost of entry means there’s a bigger jackpot to be claimed.

The Final Word on Bingo Ballroom

Bingo Ballroom is a well-designed site that offers a good selection of 75 and 90-ball bingo games. It’s nice to see some slots and instant win games in there too, even if they are strangely hard to find on the site. It’s not the most inventive or exciting bingo site you’ll ever visit, but for what it offers, Bingo Ballroom works just fine.

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