Eat sleep bingo was launched in the middle of 2010 using Cozy Games Software on to the Live Bingo Network. For some strange reason the design and look of this bingo site does not even vaguely fit in with the name. When you think of the words eat and sleep you think of luxurious food and then a comfy night’s sleep. Instead this bingo site just manages to bring you lots of square boxes with various shades of green. In short, it is not a pretty looking bingo site. It may not be pretty but it is functional and navigation is easy. If you’re looking for unique promotions, then they’re not on offer here as you’ll find these promotions at all the other Winners Bingo Network sites.
The registration process when joining eat sleep bingo is a pretty straightforward affair with the usual account details needed. But be aware, that the email address entered needs to be correct as you’ll be sent a link which you’ll need to click to confirm your account and claim the free money bonus. Once inside the lobby area you’ll find the typical layout of bingo sites that are on the Winners Bingo Network. The bingo rooms are laid out in square boxes on the screen – 6 of them in fact. Although it looks pretty basic, there is no denying it is easy to use. The good news is that when we visited for this eat sleep bingo review all the rooms were open. There is a choice of 90 ball, 80 ball, 75 ball and the quick paced 30 ball bingo games. There are two free rooms, one for funded players which has a large jackpot and one for those who have yet to deposit. Card prices for the other four rooms are 5p or 10p so not a great deal of choice.
Our final views and assessment of eat sleep bingo. It is fair to say this is not an attractive looking bingo site. While the design makes it very easy to use, it is also very basic and just not appealing on the eye in any way whatsoever.
Use the games tab in the menu at the top of the page to find all the other games. There you’ll find 32 different slot games, 6 casino classics including roulette and keno plus there are 9 scratch cards to play.
Eat sleep bingo uses Cozy Games software and is on the winners bingo network.
For those looking for some extra VIP treatment, you’ll need to deposit £750 and above each month. If you do this you’ll get extra special bonuses. However, these bonuses are on a random basis and at the discretion of the management. You’ll also earn loyalty points each time you play bingo. Every 1 wager playing bingo earns you 1 point. These loyalty points can then be turned into real cash that you can withdraw. 100 loyalty points = £1 of real cash.
To make a deposit however your mouse over the ‘banking’ tab at the top of the screen where you will see ‘make a deposit’. Once clicked on you’ll be taken to a page where you chose how much you want to deposit and select your payment method from a drop down list. You are then able to enter you account details on the screen.
The minimum withdrawal amount is £30 and is limited to £300 a week. You will have needed to have made a minimum deposit of £25 to be able to make a withdrawal. Withdrawals are processed on a daily basis with the aim to be completed in 3 working days. When a withdrawal is requested all bonus funds are forfeited. If you chose to accept the bonus then the wagering requirement is 4X your deposit + bonus amount.
Eat sleep bingo is licensed and regulated in the Isle of Man. This means it is classed as safe to play as it is ‘whitelisted’.
Please visit Eat. Sleep. Bingo!'s site for further information about their loyalty scheme.
Yes you can play on Eat. Sleep. Bingo! without wagering any real money.