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Stash Bingo

Flash the cash at this British Bingo site.

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  • British bingo site and casino optimised for tablet and mobile devices.
  • Claim up to £100 in bonus cash when you sign up and make your first deposit.
  • Win up to £2,000 in jackpot prizes playing 75 and 90-ball bingo games night or day.
  • Play slots and mini games for fun or for real money with jackpots worth thousands.

Stash Bingo Review

Stash Bingo doesn't appear to be a particularly old site, and yet it looks strangely dated. That is probably down to the logo and basic design that does the site very few favours. There is an animated slider at the top of the homepage that is full of flashing stars and annoying text. Then there is the orange and purple colour scheme. Things really don't get any better as you work your way down the page, culminating in a welcome box that explains the purpose of the site, noting that Stash Bingo is “the best place for bingo on the World Wide Web”. By any reckoning, that that phrase hasn't been used since the late 1990s.

Still, if you can see past the dated look of the site, or somehow find it strangely nostalgic, by all means sign up and give it a go. At least the games themselves, bingo primarily, are functional, and there are other reasons why Stash Bingo might just want a closer look. If nothing else it is operated by a respected gaming company with some experience of creating bingo sites targeted at British players.

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About Stash Bingo

Stash bingo is operated by Cassava Enterprises Ltd. This company are based in Gibraltar and are licensed by the Gibraltar Gambling Commissioner. In the UK, 888 UK limited are licensed by the Great Britain Gambling Commission to provide the same role. They are part of the 888 group. Virtual Digital Services Ltd do the same job within the European Union for the benefit of players accessing the site from those countries.

All of the games to be found at Stash Bingo have been independently audited to ensure fair play and honest payouts. The brand behind the name of Stash Bingo is owned by 8Ball Games Ltd, a company based in Manchester. They specialise in devising such names before seemingly selling them on to Cassava Enterprises. Why Cassava Enterprises can't just think of their own names is a mystery.

Stash Your Cash

As is always the case with Cassava Enterprises sites, there isn't actually a page that details deposit options. All you get is a small section in the FAQ that covers the basics. From this, it is possible to deduce the available deposit options, which would appear to include credit and debit card such as MasterCard. Other options are possibly cheque, Neteller, wire transfer and PayPal.

Withdrawal requests take 48 hours to be processed. After that it will take two to three days for Neteller, MasterCard or PayPal funds to show up in your account. Methods such as bank transfer will take longer. The site doesn't specify whether there is a minimum withdrawal amount.

Fancy £20?

There is a £20 bonus when you sign up at Stash Bingo and deposit £10. You can deposit more if you like while still being eligible for this 200% bingo bonus; the maximum amount of bonus cash that can be claimed is £100. This money is subject to a 6x wagering requirement before it can be withdrawn. There are plenty of other bonuses and bingo promotions to be found at Stash Bingo, all of which will be familiar to anyone who's played at any of the other bingo sites operated by the same company.

These never differ and Cassava Enterprises roll them out to literally hundreds of websites. There are promotions with names such as Lazy Sundays which comes with the promise of free bingo and cheap tickets on Sunday mornings. There is a £500 Jackpot Room and there is a promotion called Saturday Night Fever plus exclusive VIP games. Refer a friend to the site and you will also be rewarded with £10 bonus cash when they make their first deposit.

Stash Bingo Bonus & Promotion

Type
Amount
Match
Playthrough
Claim
First Deposit
£100
200%
6x Bingo/80x Slots

Tickets Cost 5p

Despite the fact that bingo is obviously the main game in town at Stash Bingo, there is precious little information on the homepage about it. This may be down to a temporary issue with the site at the time of composing this review, but as it stands the box on the homepage detailing the bingo schedule is empty save for one 90-ball bingo game, tickets for which cost 5p. The remaining places in the bingo schedule are all blank.

For the record, there are two types of bingo games available at Stash Bingo. There is 75-ball bingo and 90-ball. This latter game should be very familiar to anyone who's ever played bingo in their life, but on the off-chance that this is your first time trying the game out, complete playing guides are available on the website. In addition to playing jackpot games which have prizes worth hundreds or occasionally even thousands of pounds up for grabs, there are chat games to be savoured. With these games, players are more interested in conversing with their fellow players and with the Stash Bingo chat moderators than they are in scoring major wins.

In the Dark

It can be said with a reasonable degree of certainty that there are slots and other games such as scratch cards to be played at Stash Bingo. There's not much else that can be said about these games with any degree of certainty, however, because for some strange reason around 50% of the sites operated by Cassava Enterprises do not reveal information about the slots and other games that are available. In fact clicking on the slots button simply leads to an error page with a strange message marked with something about “user expiration date” and sets of parentheses.

You’d think this was a one-off error, but it is one that comes up at many of Cassava Enterprises’ sites. As a consequence, there is no real way without signing up and logging in to see what sort of slots can be played at this site. There are probably a few instant win games, mini games and scratch cards available, and it is likely that you may be able to play these for fun as well as for real money. You should be able to play these games – if they exist – on mobile as well as on tablet and desktop. Beyond that nothing is known about them.

Stash Conclusion

Stash Bingo is a below average site that is probably not worth your time. It is functional – barely – but there is very little in this site’s favour and very much that goes against it. It feels bland and there is no real sense of community to Stash Bingo. Why would you choose to sign up here when there are so many other bingo sites out there that look way more cheerful and alive? There is also a worrying lack of information about deposits and aside from the welcome bonus, the promotions aren’t great either. All told, Stash Bingo is a sub-par bingo site to play at.

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