Since Dream Bingo underwent a makeover last year, things have been a little quiet on the promotions front. We can forgive them this though, because their latest offering is an absolute corker that is sure to put a smile on the faces of old and new players alike. They have taken inspiration from their name and are giving you the chance to win your very own dream, but you have to have funded your account at least once to qualify! The ‘Win Your Dream’ promotion has been running for a month now, but don’t worry because you have until Tuesday 30th June to take part. You can only apply to win your dream once, and to do so, all you have to do is head to the promotions page, enter your bingo nickname, your telephone number and which one of the four dreams you would really like to win. At the end of each week, Dream Bingo are putting all qualifying names into a draw and picking fifteen names at random to win their chosen prize.
Win Your Dream Prizes At Dream Bingo
Dream Bingo have lined up loads of prize packages, with values ranging between £100 and a whopping £8,000. Each week they are offering four different prizes, so you will have to decide whether you want to try your luck this week, or hold out in the hope that something better is going to be offered in the future. There is a complete list of the prizes available online, but these are our personal favourites:
- A brand new car worth £8,000
- A Luxurious family holiday
- A whole new wardrobe of clothes
- A 16GB iPhone 6
- An annual Merlin pass
Got To Be In It To Win It
If you have not yet registered for an account at Dream Bingo, don’t worry it’s not too late to sign up and join in the fun. Simply fill in a few simple details and they will welcome you with a smile and a 300% bonus on your first deposit up to a maximum of £150.
Since this article went live, we have been contacted by Dream Bingo, informing us that in fact you do not need to be a funded player to win a dream, you simply have to be registered. Whilst we accept we were wrong on this occasion, the error actually came about by what seems to be an intermittent fault with the site.
Whilst researching the piece we repeatedly tried to ‘Win a Dream’ of our own, but could not proceed past stage one. We entered the information required but it refused to move on to Dream 2, kicking us back to the same page and asking us to check our answers. This along with the large blue ‘Deposit Now’ button led us to believe that we needed to make a deposit before progressing any further. We apologise for any confusion caused.