Bonnie Bingo is part of the ever-growing 888 Holdings, a brand that already owns dozens of gambling domains and seems to be adding more to its portfolio every single month. As the name suggests, Bonnie Bingo is a bingo-centric website that also ventures into the world of slots and other table games, albeit not as much as 888 Casino, the brand’s flagship gambling destination.
Bonnie Bingo is licensed by the UK Gambling Commission and the Gibraltar Betting and Gaming Association. It’s also backed by the mighty 888, as noted above, but while that should be reassuring in theory, in reality, it doesn’t really mean anything.
Sign up to Bonnie Bingo as a new player and you’ll be given 100% Bingo Bonus up to £10 & 50 Free Spins on Starburst.
There is a minimum £10 deposit. All Bingo Bonus credits must be wagered 4x before withdrawal and any Free Spin winnings are subject to a 99x wagering requirement. Free spins are valid for 7 days.
Slots and Bingo Rooms
Bonnie Bingo has a very simple design. For a site named after the slang word for “attractive”, you’d expect it to be more, well, good-looking. As it happens, it’s pretty bland and generic.
It’s also heavily mobile-optimised, which is great for mobile players and annoying for desktop players like me. You can still play it on desktop, but I would advise against it. The site isn’t busy enough, menus are hidden, and it just doesn’t suit desktop players.
Bonnie Bingo works with a few major iGaming developers, hosting classic 3D slots, bonus slots, and video slots such as Starburst, Rainbow Riches, and Stampede. Unlike other bingo sites, which tend to rely too much on classic slots and popular slots, Bonnie Bingo also hosts a variety of new games and is constantly expanding its selection.
As for the bingo games, there are free rooms where you can learn the basics, and jackpot games where you can win big. You’ll also find bingo rooms with themes based on the 1990s, basketball, late-night TV shows, and more.
It’s good to see a site that doesn’t just stick with what’s safe and boring, though once you get to the heart of these games, they’re all the same formats that you know and love.
Depositing and Withdrawing
To quote the Bonnie Bingo Terms and Conditions, “withdrawal to a PayPal account will take between 4-5 business days.”
If you have ever used PayPal to transfer money to a friend or even to your bank account, you’ll know that the process is instant. That should also be the case when you withdraw from an online casino.
I recently made a withdrawal using PayPal and I received the “You Have Money” PayPal email before I had even closed the Cashier.
So, why is Bonnie Bingo taking 4 to 5 days?
I have no idea. What I do know is that most of that time is the “pending period”, which is basically the length of time that a casino sits on your cash, twiddles its thumbs, and then waits to press the big red button.
Some sites have it, others don’t; the former realize it’s not necessary, the latter insist that it is. Prior to the new rules surrounding the reversal of withdrawals (they were banned), the cynic in me would have said that casinos were simply holding onto the money in the hope that the player would reverse the withdrawal.
In any case, it’s annoying and unnecessary.
On the plus side, Bonnie Bingo accepts a few different payment options and these include PayPal, MasterCard, Visa, and Neteller.
Bonnie Bingo Review Summary
I haven’t always had the best experiences with 888 Holdings. I used to hate their poker site and sportsbook and I am not the biggest fan of some of their newer domains. In my opinion, they tend to half-ass things, and that really shows when you compare some of these newer sites to the might of 888 Casino.
So, where does Bonnie Bingo fit into all of that? Well, it’s not as bad as those generic and disappointing sites, but it’s also nowhere near as big or as mighty as 888 Casino.
- Part of 888 Holdings
- Dedicated Bingo Games
- Slots and Interactive Titles
- Lots of Payment Options
- Slow Withdrawals
At a Glance
- License: UK Gambling Commission
- Games: Bingo and Slots
- Platform: Mobile and Desktop
- Loyalty Program : Yes
- Licence Holder:
888 UK Limited
- Licence Number:
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Bonnie Bingo FAQ
How Do I Contact Bonnie Bingo?
You have a few options for contacting the Bonnie Bingo support team. You can either use the FAQs (an option that has never satisfied anyone, ever), send a message using their contact form, or call them. They admit that email support is not the best option (saying that it can take up to 48 hours to get a response) and recommend phoning them. The phone number is toll-free in the United Kingdom and it is available from 10 AM to 2 AM 7 days a week.
What if I Have an Issue With Bonnie Bingo?
If you have a problem with your account, bonus, or the site’s games, you should contact the customer support team first. If that doesn’t resolve your issue, and you feel the need to complain, then select the “Making a Complaint” option in the website’s footer. It’s always good to see this option, as I complain a lot. It’s basically my hobby—I play games, I watch sports, I complain. Kudos to 888 for meeting my needs.
Who Owns Bonnie Bingo?
Bonnie Bingo is owned by 888 Holdings, a massive multinational gambling brand with its fingers in many pies. This operator owns dozens of sportsbooks, online casinos, bingo sites, and poker rooms. It also owns the Dragonfish software that powers Bonnie Bingo.
Does Bonnie Bingo Have a Responsible Gambling Program?
Like all respectable and regulated online betting sites, Bonnie Bingo has an extensive responsible gambling program. It is devoted to protecting minors and problem gamblers and can be used to set deposit limits and loss limits while also creating time-outs and a self-exclusion.