Many internet bingo sites have bingo promotions on offer; these can range from bingo prize draws, penny bingo tickets and BOGOF bingo but how did BOGOF come from supermarket to internet bingo? We are all aware of the buy one get one free offers from supermarkets around the country and have all grabbed a few extra of something we need using these special offers so is BOGOF bingo as popular as the offers on your groceries or is free bingo a more interesting offer for internet bingo players?
We all love something for nothing and lately we have seen many new bingo sites launching with free bingo offerings and whilst these are appealing to many players surely BOGOF bingo is a far more lucrative offering for the discerning bingo player.
Think about it this way; when you play free bingo at a site like Foxy Zero the most you are going to win on one of the regular free bingo games is about £10 where as playing BOGOF bingo you get free bingo tickets but the prizes are generally more substantial because players have made some sort of financial commitment to the pot.
Free bingo is restrictive for any internet bingo site offering it because financially they are dependant on the fact that a free bingo player will eventually move to pay to play. How long can any of the free bingo sites sustain giving away £10 pots if the numbers of players making the progression from free to pay to play bingo drops?
BOGOF bingo on the other hand doesn’t have the financial implications of free bingo for the operator simply because there is some financial contribution from the player. Already we have seen a site launch with the name BOGOF Bingo but how long before we see Tesco Bingo; a real jump from supermarket to internet bingo!