Budget bingo was launched in late 2009 using Cozy Games software on to the Best Bingo Network. The design of budget bingo is neither amazing nor really poor, it’s just pretty average. It has a simple layout which on the whole makes for easy navigation. As you would expect from a bingo site which is on a network none of the promotions which are found here are totally unique. They can be found at other bingo sites which are on this network.
For those players interested in joining you’ll be pleased to know that the registration is done in two simple steps – account details and contact details. Overall it’s a pretty painless affair to create an account however there is a word of warning. You’ll only be able to register once with any bingo site on this network and the system will pick up on your email address if it has been used elsewhere. You will also need to validate your account so ensure that you enter the correct email address during the registration process. Once you’ve confirmed your account you’ll then be taken straight to the lobby area. This is definitely very basic and simple looking. All the bingo rooms are laid out in one short list – as there are not that many rooms available. At the time of our visit for this budget bingo review there were 5 different rooms open, but some with large time gaps between games. There are three different bingo game types to play – 90 ball, 80 ball and 75 ball while. Card prices were 10p, 15p or 20p. The prizes were very small and there were hardly any other players in the rooms.
Our final views and assessment for this budget bingo review. This is a bingo site which is probably best described as being very average. The whole design and look is average, the choice of rooms slightly below par along with the lack of choice for card prices. This is just a very average bingo site and it nothing to write home about.
Games can be played from the lobby and the bingo rooms using real cash or bingo bucks. There are 40 different types of slot games available to play, plus 6 casino games and 8 scratch cards.
Budget bingo uses Cozy Games software and is on the Fun Bingo Network.
The rewards program at budget bingo allows you to convert loyalty points for real cash. 100 loyalty points are worth £1. Every time you make a deposit you’ll be rewarded with loyalty points. If you were to deposit £40 you’d receive 2000 loyalty points! Plus, every £2 wagered playing bingo earns 1 point, and for other games every £6 wagered earns you 1 loyalty point. You can trade up to 2000 points every week.
To fund your account you’ll first need to click on the ‘banking’ found on the left of the screen. This will then give you a list of options, of which you’ll need to click on ‘make a deposit’. You’ll then be given an extensive list of the different deposit methods available. Click on any from this list to be taken to the screen where you can enter you account details and how much you want to deposit.
The minimum withdrawal amount is £50 and prior to making a withdrawal you’ll need to have deposited at least £25. Withdrawals are processed within 3 days of being received and the total time taken will depend on your preferred withdrawal method. Only one withdrawal can be requested in a 7 day period. The bingo wagering requirement is 4X your total deposit + bonus amount received. This increases to 8X if you chose the cash deal when signing up.
Budget bingo is licensed and regulated in Malta. This makes it ‘whitelisted’ as it falls under the jurisdiction of the UK Gambling Commission.
Yes you can play on Budget Bingo without wagering any real money.