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    Wallis Bingo

    Play bingo night and day at Wallis Bingo.

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    • British-focused bingo site specializing in 75-ball and 90-ball bingo.
    • Spin the wheel when you deposit £10 to win up to 500 free spins.
    • Win £500 in the quarterly bingo game plus big weekly jackpots.
    • Play slots including Temple of ISIS and Fluffy Favorites.

    Wallis Bingo Review

    Let’s make one thing clear, right from the off: Wallis Bingo is a grim looking site. Its typefaces are plucked straight from the Web 1.0 era and its dated stock imagery and badly animated spinning wheel are pretty bleak. This isn’t the sort of site you’d willingly want to play at.

    And yet here’s the thing: beneath the cheap and tacky facade is a perfectly secure and functional bingo site, one that does all the things you could reasonably expect of it. How do we know this? Because it’s operated by Jumpman Gaming Ltd and is a clone of all their other bingo websites.


    About Wallis Bingo

    Welcome to Wallis Bingo, “the hot new favourite of the year”. Yep, that’s genuinely how the site describes itself. Aesthetics aren’t everything admittedly, and there must presumably be some players who will happily ply their trade here. Besides, who sticks around to scrutinise the homepage? Once you’re signed up, logged in and immersed in the 90-ball and 75-ball bingo games on offer, the grimness of the homepage will be but a distant memory.

    The site’s operators, who are based in Alderney, hold a license issued by the UK Gambling Commission. The servers powering the whole operation are located in Guernsey and the bingo software was developed in-house by Jumpman Gaming. SQS are the firm tasked with independently verifying the gaming software to ensure that it provides fair play and honest payouts.

    Credit or Debit Card

    As anyone who’s ever played at a Jumpman Gaming site in the past will know, the company aren’t big on alternative deposit methods. If you want to play bingo at Wallis Bingo, you’ll need access to a credit or debit card. The site accepts Visa Debit, Visa Credit, Visa Electron, Maestro, Mastercard and Solo. These, unfortunately, are your only options.

    The minimum deposit amount is £5, though it makes more sense to deposit £10 at a time, as this entitles you to a spin of the wheel, with the potential to win up to 500 free spins on the site’s featured slots. The minimum withdrawal amount is £30 incidentally and withdrawal requests take 48 hours to be processed. After that, funds should appear on your card within 7-14 days.

    Wallis’s Welcome

    Your welcome bonus, for signing up at Wallis Bingo, is a spin of the wheel when you deposit £10. This will guarantee you at least 10 free spins of one of 3 slots or an identical number in free bingo tickets. The slots in question are Fluffy Favourites, Shaman’s Dream and Temple of ISIS. At the top end of the scale, you could win a maximum of 500 spins or 500 bingo tickets.

    The other way to win a little extra is by getting involved in the seasonal promotions arranged by the site. A January promotion at Wallis Bingo, for example, saw players share a total of 4,000 free spins, with 1 raffle ticket awarded for every £20 wagered on the 3 slots that feature on the wheel plus Sugar Train. In addition, Wallis Bingo hosts special bingo games on a weekly basis with additional prizes, giving its customers a means of creaming a little extra off the top.

    Wallis Bingo Bonus & Promotion

    First Deposit
    1-500 fs

    Standard Bingo

    There are two types of bingo to be played at Wallis Bingo: the 75-ball game and the 90-ball game. There’s not much between them, with the primary difference being that there are 3 ways to win 90-ball bingo: by scoring full house, 1 line or 2 lines. The 75-ball game relies on patterns instead of lines, with players tasked with completing a predetermined pattern, formed on a 5x5 grid.

    Games cost anywhere from 1p to £1 to enter, depending on the value of the prize that’s at stake. Notable games include All or Nothing, a weekly game held on Saturdays at 8pm. The top prize is £50, with the full house winner claiming the entire jackpot. Another game worth watching out for is Balance Booster, hosted on the 15th of the month at 8pm, with a £250 jackpot up for grabs. Fortune Fountain is a bigger jackpot game, hosted every 3 months, with a £500 community jackpot to be won.

    Become a Winner?

    It’s not uncommon for casinos and bingo sites to boast of the amounts they’ve doled out in prizes, going so far as to list the usernames of the site’s major winners. This ‘social proof’ gives new players the confidence to sign up and inspires them to try their hand at scooping a similar pot of their own. Wallis Bingo has its own Winners page, but if you navigate there in search of inspiration, you’re in for a disappointment.

    There is no list of honour to be seen; instead there’s a miserly message urging visitors to “Watch this space”. Is Wallis Bingo really so new that it hasn’t had time to dispense any prizes of note? Judging by how dated the site looks, this seems unlikely, but it really is hard to say. Whatever the case, to devise a Winners page before your site has accrued any bona fide winners seems foolish to say the least.

    The Other Games

    There are games other than bingo to be played at Wallis Bingo. We can say this for sure, not least because of the 3 slots that feature on the wheel: Fluffy Favourites, Shaman’s Dream and Temple of ISIS, plus Sugar Train, because it’s referenced elsewhere. Over and above this, it’s safe to assume that there are additional games to play, not just slots but possibly scratch cards and casino games too.

    Unfortunately all this is just guess work, as Jumpman Gaming are curiously coy when it comes to revealing the nature of their other games. Why they do this is something of a mystery, though one theory is that due to the sheer number of identikit sites they run, updating them every time they add or remove a slot would be a logistical nightmare. That’s the only theory that makes sense. Still, it does reek of laziness. Other casino and bingo operators have no qualms about revealing the titles of their games. Why can’t Jumpman Gaming follow suit?


    Wallis Bingo is a below average site, even by the standards of Jumpman Gaming. The theme’s lame, the look is dated and there’s absolutely nothing about this site that fills you with hope or expectation. Yeah, you could sign up here, claim some free spins and try your luck at a few bingo games. In truth though you’d be better served at a site that has a true community feel to it and one whose operators have gone to the trouble of creating a site that’s pleasing to behold.

    The promotions on offer are mediocre. The payment options are limited. The bingo games are so-so and generic. And as for the slots and other games, who knows? The site seems secure in fairness, and it works well on mobile, but that’s about as good as it gets. You deserve better than Wallis Bingo. Way better.


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