In February 2014 Bingon finally closed it’s doors to players following a lot of changes to the site. The review below looks at the site when it was powered by the NYX Interactive software but at the time of its closure, the site was powered by the Parlay Entertainment software. The details below are for information purposes only and will no longer be updated.
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|1st Deposit Bonus||200% to a maximum of £200|
|Reload Bonus||75% reload bonuses|
|Network||The Gaming Network|
|UK Licence||Reference: N/A|
|Deposit Options||Credit and Debit cards, Neteller, Moneybookers, Laser Card, Ukash, Cheque, Paysafe Card|
BingOn is powered by the Parlay Entertainment bingo software after moving from NYX Interactive in April 2011. Although the site had been launched in other countries, the launch in UK only happened in October 2009 but with a unique platform to the UK market, interest wasn’t as keen for BingOn as had been expected leading to the chance in software provider.
Registering an account with BingOn is really simple with only a username, password and date of birth required until you choose to make a deposit. Although when you resister you will be taken straight to the cashier to deposit, don’t be fooled by thinking that you have to as you can easily navigate away from the page. There are bonuses a plenty up for grabs starting with a cash match bonus on your initial deposit of 200% up to a maximum of £200 and reload bonuses are offered at 50% but look out for special offers where this can sometimes be higher.
BingOn boasts both 75 ball and 90 ball bingo along with a variety of free bingo games. A wide variety of bingo side games are there to enhance your experience with BingOn too. There is a menu to left of the bingo room that you are playing in that will give you a list of mini games and slots that you can play without interrupting your bingo game, so you can fill in those little breaks between games without navigating away from your bingo game.
BingOn also gives you the option of creating a profile on your bingo account. You can uploads pictures and display as much or as little personal information about yourself as you wish.There is so much happening at this site that you really need to take get your BingOn and try it out for yourselves.
Bingon Review – Bingo Games
From the bingo lobby at BingOn you have the choice of 75 or 90 ball and free bingo. When in the bingo room of choice you have many different ways in which to customise your game play.
- Manual / Auto Dab
- Dabber colour and shape
- Sort Cards
- Alter sound settings
- Graphics Quality
Bingo would not be bingo without the option to play for big jackpots and you will be please to know that BingOn offer plenty of these to offer. However, these are mainly progressive jackpots and there doesn’t seem to be any static or regular jackpot games on offer at BingOn which is a little disappointing. There are progressive slot jackpots to play for on selected slots and all jackpots are listed on the homepage under the jackpots tab, so they are easy to find.
Similar to other internet bingo sites, BingOn has a loyalty scheme where you will earn points for every £1 you spend at the site. The amount of points earned depends on the game being played but full details are available in the dedicated loyalty section at BingOn.
The conversion rate for loyalty points at BingOn is 1000 : £1 so you can exchange your points for free bingo cash at this internet bingo site when you have at least 5,000 points.
BingOn boasts a wide range of bingo side games at their site; some of these are accessible through your bingo room but all can be found from the lobby. The choice of games available ranges from slots to poker and there is bound to be something for everyone in the selection available at BingOn.
Support at BingOn leaves a little to be desired as there are no contact telephone numbers or email addresses available. The only form of contact at BingOn is by way of a web form available in the ‘Contact Us’ section.
However, once a support ticket has been raised you will be sent an email – you could try contacting them directly on firstname.lastname@example.org