Time Bingo’s home page is a simple affair, featuring a graphic of a smart young blue eyed blonde woman with a professionally bobbed hairstyle (that’s the end of my fashion review) and lots of mauve and purple background shading. It’s plain but attractive enough.
Inside is the usual Cozy Games / Live Bingo Network offer: 90, 80, 75, 50 and 30 Ball Bingo, together with a good selection of alternative slot, scratch card and casino-style options. Game play is professionally designed and on site navigation is effortless. The chat rooms are, well, chatty, with plenty of roomies: numbers boosted by members from other sites on this rapidly expanding network. The prizes and jackpots are generally pretty good, largely dependent on the number of fellow players in the game and the ticket prices, which vary from 2p – 15p. But all this information is clearly displayed in the lobby, so it is easy for you to decide whether to play for the big prizes (lots of players, so more competition), or to play more for fun (smaller prizes, but more likely to win!) As with most sites today, mobile and tablet versions of the software are offered too (this reviewer uses a PC – mobile play would be just too tempting for me: I’d never get ANY work done!)
So, all in all, this review of Time Bingo finds a well-designed if plain looking site, providing all the popularly played bingo formats. There are also plenty of alternative games available for those looking for a bit of variety. It’s certainly well worth a visit, so long as you’re not the kind of player that likes novelty and excitingly original innovations. This site is a familiar and conventional design: the equivalent of a nice smooth Chicken Korma. If you are after something a bit more spicy - look elsewhere.
There are plots of alternative gaming options to choose from on this site. Slots, scratch cards and casino-style games are all provided to keep you interested if the bingo gets a bit too intense.
Cozy Games design the software for this site.
Time Bingo’s Loyalty Scheme is simple and effective, featuring just four levels: everyone starts off at the basic Silver tier. Getting promoted to a higher status is dependent on the points you earn by playing on the site: you earn one point for every pound spent on bingo, but only for every £10 on other games1001 points are required for Gold level, 2501 for VIP and 5001 for the top tier, SVIP. Each level provides increasingly generous deposit bonuses, with 100% bonus for Silver members’ deposits, rising to 250% for SVIP players. Note that you get no points for playing Roulette.
All the usual credit and debit payment options are available, including MasterCard, Visa and Switch. A limited range of e-payment methods are also available. Making a payment is easy: you merely have to enter your personal and account details when you register, then click on “Banking”. Decide the amount you want to deposit and the lobby is yours to roam. The minimum deposit is £10.
The minimum withdrawal amount is £30. The wagering requirements are that you must spend four times your deposit + bonus (10 x for other games) before making your first withdrawal. Further bonuses carry a wagering requirement of 8 x for bingo and 20 x for other games. Winnings normally take about a week to reach your chosen account.
Time Bingo is licensed and registered via the Isle of Man. The territory of the Isle of Man is regulated by the UK Gambling Commission, which means that this site is therefore considered safe to play in the UK.
Please visit Time Bingo's site for further information about their loyalty scheme.
Yes you can play on Time Bingo without wagering any real money.