Have no fear! Dear Bingo here!
Have no fear! Dear Bingo here! This entertaining-looking site promises plenty with its colourful looks and actually delivers plenty as well. It has lots of lovely bingo fare and a decent range of the best online slots around, plus a couple of casino games just for good measure. Dear Bingo is also available on all decent phones as well as tablets, laptops and PCs.
This bingo and slotting palace has been expertly pieced together by the brilliant wagering and bingo gurus at Jumpman Gaming Limited. It is regulated in the UK by the UKGC and outside the UK by the Alderney Gambling Control Commission.
Let’s get things started with the bingo side of things. A common criticism of Jumpman Gaming’s bingo sites used to be the lack of bingo! A typical Jumpman Gaming bingo site would have four bingo rooms, and only one of those was open on a regular basis.
Thankfully, Jumpman have responded and now Dear Bingo has TEN bingo rooms, including four dedicated to Jumpman’s unique ‘Bingo Millions’ game. Here you can win the prize jackpot of £1 million if you complete your bingo card within a certain number of calls. Both 75-ball and 90-ball bingo are available. There’s ‘no fee to pay’ bingo too, but those rooms are only one during certain times.
There are plenty of slots available too, including Eyecon’s Fluffy Favourites and NetEnt’s Starburst. As for casino games there’s one version of blackjack, and three of roulette. Perhaps a few more options beyond bingo and slots would be a good idea?
The Community at Dear Bingo
Another criticism of Dear Bingo used to be the lack of players. Often while you were playing here you’d be very lonely indeed! Thankfully, Dear Bingo’s new policy of promoting their Bingo Millions game has seen the population of their rooms expand. Don’t expect dense crowds, though, as the bingo rooms are never as full as bingo players as many other sites that we have come across.
When you do get a game going you will have plenty of time to chat with your fellow Dear Bingo and Jumpman Gaming (as the games are spread across all of Jumpman’s bingo sites).
Play Dear Bingo on Your Phone
Dear Bingo makes a slight song and dance about the fact that all its games are now available to play on all phones and other mobile devices, which is how it should be, really. Not only are all of Dear Bingo’s bingo games available on mobile, all of their slots are too.
This is great if you are one of the many people who prefer to gamble ‘on the go’ as it were, in this day and age. You can be playing bingo in the bus queue, while you are waiting for your dental appointment, or just when you are in the bath!
How Can I Deposit and Cashout My Winnings?
There are countless ways in which you can get money both into and out of your Dear Bingo account. The easiest way perhaps is PayPal. You can also use any valid debit card, via your mobile phone bill or Paysafecard. Just head to the cashier and select your chosen payments method and the amount that you wish to deposit. Your deposit should take only a few seconds to process.
Withdrawals can be performed via any method that you’ve previously deposited from and you’ll be delighted to learn that Dear Bingo does not stipulate a minimum withdrawal amount. Withdrawals are not fast – three days at least and up to six!
What Extra Goodies are on Offer?
You should check out the trophies section at Dear Bingo. You can earn trophies for depositing using PayPal, spinning 100 spins and so on. Earn as many trophies as possible to reap the rewards!
Do They Have Online Support?
Yes, you can say ‘Dear Dear Bingo’ to Dear Bingo in one of two ways:
- Live chat (not available 24/7)
- Email at [email protected]
For common queries, there is also the site’s FAQ section. This should be your first port of call should you get into any kind of mess.
We’d dear-ly love to love everything about Dear Bingo, but while we give this site a thumbs up with zero qualms, there’s still room for improvement. More bingo games would attract more players, and the addition of a few more casino games would certainly not go amiss.
Why not pop across and see what you make of Dear Bingo, yourself?