The latest new bingo site to join the many reviews listed here at BallsUp is Robin Hood Bingo and there are a number of reasons that we felt this brand warranted a full review. First of all, despite being powered by the 888/Globalcom bingo software, Robin Hood Bingo is a standalone brand from the same company who bought us Polo, Moon and Gossip Bingo and secondly, we quite like the unique Robin Hood Bingo coins, their virtual currency.
Although very similar to the loyalty points you can earn at other brands powered by the same bingo software the Robin Hood Bingo coins bring a little social networking/Facebook feel to the proceedings.
What are Robin Hood Bingo Coins?
Like the loyalty points at other online bingo brands the Robin Hood Bingo coins are a virtual currency that can be exchanged for bonus funds. Earn 1,000 coins and you can exchange them for £1 in bingo bonus funds.
How do I earn Robin Hood Bingo Coins?
There are numerous ways in which to earn coins from Robin Hood Bingo and these include:
- 50 – 1,000 coins daily by entering the lobby
- 96 – 480 coins for participating in the bingo chat games
- 1 – 5 coins for buying bingo tickets (1 coin for 5p cards to 5 coins for 50p cards)
- 10,000 coins when you invite your friends to Robin Hood Bingo
- 2,000 coins for a “Like” of the Robin Hood Bingo Facebook page
- 1,000 coins when you follow Robin on Twitter
- 250 – 1,000 coins to be won by playing daily Facebook games on the Robin Hood Bingo page
- 2,000 coins if you email in your picture with a few words about yourself to the dedicated email address
- 5,000 coins if you dress as Robin Hood and email the site a picture!
All in all the Robin Hood Bingo scheme doesn’t differ too much in exchange rates but there are a lot more ways in which you can earn their virtual currency!