Ladbrokes is a name that is better known for its bookmaking shops on the high street than its bingo. The bingo site was launched back in 2008 so has been around a long time and has become one of the better known online bingo brands. Like most big name sites they decided to launch using Virtue Fusion to power its games. As Ladbrokes bingo is part of a larger gambling operation, it shows on their home page. Unlike specific one off bingo sites, at the top of the page you can go to the casino, poker and sports betting sites run by Ladbrokes.
For those players who were looking to join, the moment you click to do so the registration screen will pop up in a new window. Overall the registration process is slick and easy, once this is done you can then make your first deposit. Navigation throughout the Ladbrokes bingo home pages is a bit fiddly and you have to really look at the screen, rather than it having a simple layout which can be easy to read. To enter the lobby area you will need to make a deposit, you cannot view any of the games unless you’ve deposited cash funds.
Bingo games available to play include 90 ball, 75 ball and 80 ball. There is free bingo available to players, but this room is only open during certain times of the day. You will find that ticket prices range from as little as 1p with the bigger jackpot tickets costing £1. During the course of this Ladbrokes bingo review we found a good choice of rooms with different ticket prices to be open, which should be something that pleases any bingo player.
You can play a great selection of slots, instant win and casino games in the bingo rooms. But once you have an account you’ll be able to access their casino site directly if you wish to play more slot games.
Ladbrokes bingo uses Virtue Fusion software
The loyalty program is known as ‘On The House Rewards’. There are six levels to climb and each time you reach a new level so the rewards get better. The different rewards are free bingo, prize draw, birthday bonus, bingo match and mini-game match. The higher up the VIP ladder you climb then the better the bonuses and offers get.
To be able to access the bingo rooms you’ll have needed to have made a deposit. When you first join you’ll be presented with a new screen where you select your payment method from a drop down list. Just chose one and then enter the necessary account details. You can also make a deposit from the lobby and bingo rooms.
The minimum withdrawal amount is £5. The time taken for the withdrawal to be completed will depend on your withdrawal method. The wagering requirement is 4X the deposit amount plus the bonus amount received.
Ladbrokes bingo is licensed and regulated in Gibraltar, which means it is ‘whitelisted’.
Please visit Ladbrokes Bingo's site for further information about their loyalty scheme.
Yes you can play on Ladbrokes Bingo without wagering any real money.