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Bingo Clubhouse

Play 75 and 90-ball bingo at Bingo Clubhouse.

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  • UK bingo site specializing in 75-ball and 90-ball bingo.
  • Collect coins and redeem them for gifts including Amazon and iTunes cards.
  • 200% bonus when you sign up and deposit £10.
  • Spin the wheel to win up to £2,500 in bonus money.

Bingo Clubhouse Review

There’s tons of fun waiting to be had at Bingo Clubhouse. Provided you like bingo of course, and are partial to the odd game of slots. If you hate gaming in all its forms, it would be fair to say that Bingo Clubhouse isn’t going to be your kind of a place.

Still, if the prospect of ticking off row after row of numbers puts a smile on your face, Bingo Clubhouse has got all you need. 75 and 90-ball bingo are the order of the day here, with a side order of slots and classic casino games.

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About Bingo Clubhouse

Bingo Clubhouse is operated by Jumpman Gaming Ltd, an operator with dozens upon dozens of similar looking bingo sites. You’d expect them to be good at this then and, for the most part, they are. There’s not much between their competing bingo sites; if you’ve visited one you’ve visited them all. As its name would suggest, the aim with this particular incarnation is to recreate all the fun to be had from playing at a local bingo club but without having to actually venture out into the real world.

A rewards scheme allows players to earn points with every game they enter. There’s even a bingo club card which can be used to redeem club coins for various prizes, gifts and other bonuses. All that plus the prospect of spinning the wheel when you join, just as you can at all Jumpman Gaming sites, to find out what sort of bonus cash you’ve won. It could be a tenner. Then again, it could be £2,500.

Need any further incentive to sign up? Well, for what it’s worth, the site has been recommended by Bingoport.co.uk as part of the Bingoport Recommends initiative. The more you know.

No Banking Page

If you’re searching for a banking page at Bingo Clubhouse, stop searching because there isn’t one. Instead you’ll find information on deposit options lurking in the FAQ.

Why there? Well, for one thing there aren’t enough payment options to justify an entire page. Card is your only option. Specifically, we’re talking Visa Debit, Visa Credit, Visa Electron, Maestro, Mastercard and Solo.

The minimum deposit amount is £5 and the minimum withdrawal is £30. Withdrawal requests take 48 hours to be processed. After that it can take anywhere from 7-14 days for funds to show up on your card. Why so long, given that the average is 5 days? It’s a mystery that only Jumpman Gaming can answer.

200% First Deposit Match

To get your time at Bingo Clubhouse off to the best possible start, there’s a 200% first deposit match to collect. Deposit £10 and you’ll be given £30 to play with. Not forgetting the all-important spin of the wheel either, to win anywhere from £10 to £2,500. That’s your starting offer at Bingo Clubhouse and it’s not a bad one either it must be said. Thereafter, there’s no shortage of seasonal promotions to look forward to, providing additional ways to win at the game of bingo.

Refer a friend and you’ll be awarded 500 loyalty points when they deposit £5. There’s a monthly prize draw for members which, judging by the graphic promoting it, includes such fabulous prizes as a bedside clock and a wireless mouse. There’s a daily member cash draw and a 25% redeposit bonus. Then there’s the Weekend Wad promotion which features a golden number. If you land bingo on that number, you’ll receive a share of £250. Or is it £300? Bingo Clubhouse can’t seem to make up its mind on that one.

Play Bingo

You came here to play bingo and play bingo you shall. Tickets for games cost anywhere from 1p to £1, with the higher cost of entry justifying a larger jackpot. There can be 3 winners at 90-ball bingo, with prizes awarded for full house, 1 line and 2 lines. With the 75-ball game, the type more commonly found in North America, there’s just one prize at stake and players must complete a pattern rather than a fixed horizontal line of numbers.

There are games hosted all hours of the day and night at Bingo Clubhouse, so you’ll rarely have to wait long until a game that’s to your liking commences. Notable games include Fair and Square, held every Wednesday at 8pm, with a jackpot of £100 and tickets priced at just a penny. Win the takeaway game held at 8pm in the Lucky Stars room on a Friday night and you’ll literally win a free takeaway. Fridays are a busy time at Bingo Clubhouse with the Friday Fortune game bearing a bumper £250 jackpot.

Bingo Rewards

Club coins are the virtual tokens dispensed as part of Bingo Clubhouse’s rewards scheme. You’ll receive 25 of them with your first deposit, plus the prospect of winning anywhere from 10-100 in the weekly member draws. For every £10 you wager on bingo or £50 on slots and casino games you’ll also receive an additional coin. Points can be redeemed in the rewards shop. A £10 Amazon voucher, for example, will cost you 210 coins and a £15 iTunes voucher will set you back 270. Pick of the bunch is a 32” LG LED TV. It’s yours for just 7,000 coins – or about £70,000 in bingo deposits. That’s some serious bingo playing time.

Slots and Casino Games

It would be nice if we could talk about the slots and other casino games that can be played at Bingo Clubhouse but this isn’t possible because – whaddya know – there’s no means of finding out without signing up. This is an issue that afflicts the majority of Jumpman Gaming sites, and while not a fatal one, it’s surely costing them customers.

How great must these casino games be if the site’s operator feels compelled to keep them under wraps? Probably not that great based on the two slots whose names feature on the slots banner: Wild Mummy and Lost Temple. These would appear to be complemented by blackjack and roulette, but this can’t be confirmed for sure. Admittedly, casual bingo players probably aren’t going to be sold on the slots; just knowing that there some alternatives to bingo ought to be enough. Still, it wouldn’t cost the site anything to reveal the nature of the slots and other games, allowing players to make an informed decision.

Clubhouse Rating

Bingo Clubhouse is another generic bingo site that’s reasonably okay. If the term ‘reasonably okay’ is music to your ears then sign up without delay and put this bingo site through its paces.

The range of bingo games offered is fine, the promotions – aside from the ones that offer contradictory amounts – seem fine and the deposit options are passable so long as you’re happy to use card.

Still, why no games section to browse? Why are the slots kept under wraps? Why does everything feel so lacklustre? This clubhouse ain’t much of a funhouse, that’s for sure.

 

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