House of bingo was launched in 2010 on to the Fun Bingo Network using cozy games software to power its bingo rooms and side games. The design of this bingo site is probably best described as OK or even possibly very average. There is an animation where the latest new player bonus keeps moving on the spot while other promotions rotate around behind it. Navigation is nice and easy and it is an easy bingo site to use. Head over to the promotions where you’ll find those deals which can be found at all the other bingo sites which are on the fun bingo network, so don’t expect the unique and different here.
If you were thinking of joining house of bingo then you’ll find a relatively straightforward registration process. However, it is one of those bingo sites where you are required to validate your account before you can gain access to the lobby and bingo rooms. Therefore make sure you enter the correct email address. If you have already registered at another bingo site on this network then you’ll need to use a different email address to the one that you have used before. Once you get into in to the lobby area you’ll find a very basic design and layout with the bingo rooms all in one long list. There is a choice of 90 ball, 80 ball and 75 ball bingo games to chose from and at the time of our visit for this house of bingo review 3 of the 5 rooms were open for us to join in and play. The ticket costs were 10p, 15p and 20p. As the bingo rooms are powered by Cozy games they will look familiar with a lot of bingo players. We played a number of games and enjoyed our time in the rooms.
Our final views and assessment for this house of bingo review. Overall this is a pretty average bingo site. There are no real distinguishing features that make it any different from other bingo sites which feature on this network. But with the free no deposit bonus it is probably worth trying for yourself.
Just scroll down the games lobby to find a selection of video slots, jackpot games and casino games. In total you’ll find 28 slots, 5 jackpot games, 9 casino games and 9 scratch cards.
House of Bingo uses Cozy Games software and is part of the Fun bingo Network.
Loyalty points can be turned into cash at house of bingo. For every £2 wagered playing bingo you’ll earn 1 loyalty point. When you make a deposit you’ll also earn loyalty points and these range from 500 loyalty points to 2000 points when you deposit £40. 100 loyalty points = £1 cash.
To fund your account click on the ‘make a deposit’ button at the top of the screen. You’ll then see a list of different payments that are available. Simply click on any of these methods to be taken to a screen where you can enter the necessary account details and how much you want to deposit.
Withdrawals are limited to 1 every 7 days and are processed on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. The minimum withdrawal amount is £50 and you must have at least £25 in your ‘real money’ account. The wagering requirement is 4X the deposit amount plus the amount of bonus received. If you chose the cash bonus offer when signing up then the wagering requirement is 8X.
House of bingo bingo is licensed and regulated in Malta, which is classed as being ‘whitelisted’ as it falls under the jurisdiction of the UK Gambling Commission.
Please visit House of Bingo's site for further information about their loyalty scheme.
Yes you can play on House of Bingo without wagering any real money.