Part of 888 Holdings plc
From the poodle mascot to the classy ladies decorating all of the promotions, Posh Bingo is clearly aimed at the well-to-do of today’s society. Despite being a very basic website, the platform has all of the staples bingo players look for: good games, varied promotions, and a friendly community.
Part of 888 Holdings plc and licensed by the UK Gambling Commission, comparisons will inevitably be drawn against 888 Ladies Bingo, however, and they may be likely to favour Posh!
The games collection at Posh Bingo is solid, but nothing exceptional. They have five different rooms, and all of the games are supplied by Dragonfish, so you know the quality is there. Here’s the list of bingo types:
- 90 ball bingo
- 75 ball bingo
- 5 Line Bingo
- Flash Fives
Flash Fives is the only game players are likely to be unfamiliar with. Also known as 52-5 bingo, every player is “dealt” 5 cards from a deck, and the caller names each card randomly – the first player to have all 5 cards called out is the winner!
As you can see, it’s a fun, easy variation on the casino classic. There are also several progressive jackpot games available, but no table games, slots, or scratch cards.
The Community at Posh Bingo
Posh Bingo has a dedicated “Community” page on the site, where users are encouraged to read the weekly newsletter, discuss upcoming games, and read about new promotions. The newsletter is a nice touch, and not something we’ve seen with many other bingo sites.
Of course, players also get to know one another through the chat rooms which bingo sites are famous for!
Play Posh Bingo on your phone
While Posh Bingo does have apps available for both iOS and Android, their layout and functionality are identical to the mobile website. While the games themselves are optimised for smartphone and tablet use (i.e. they fit the screen properly) the actual site is quite difficult to navigate.
Overall, the Posh mobile platform could do with some work. However, in terms of pure functionality, the games are all there, and everything does technically work!
How can I deposit and cashout my winnings?
The range of banking methods is pretty limited, so you’ll have to settle for one of the following:
- Debit Card (Visa or Maestro)
There’s a minimum deposit and withdrawal limit of £10 each way, and while no upper limit is described on the website, you’re probably looking at no more than a few thousand per day. Posh takes 2-3 days to process payment requests, which means you’re looking at 5-8 days to receive payments to your bank card.
What extra goodies are on offer?
As you’d expect from a platform called “Posh Bingo”, there is a continuous trove of promotions and bonuses to be found on the site.
Do they have online support?
The level of support at Posh Bingo is pretty good, with the team active 24-7 over the phone and replying to emails. Unfortunately, the platform doesn’t have a live chat feature. Their FAQ section is useful, though lacking a few key details. You can find the customer service team via:
- Phone – 0808 238 9898
- Email – email@example.com
Posh Bingo does a good job of entertaining its players. If you visit the “Community” page, you’ll be directed to all of the latest offers!