Don’t worry, I am here to save you.
You’ve probably been too busy tearing around the shops buying armfuls of mince pies, noisy toys, and tinsel to check out the latest new bingo sites, but I’ve been keeping an eye on the latest developments in the UK bingo world and these are my findings. So, put down the wrapping paper, shove the turkey to one side, and pour yourself a cuppa. Ahhh, that’s better already isn’t it? I’m about to take you on a magic sleigh ride around the glut of new sites this month – and I’ll tell you which ones to avoid like a rancid prawn vol au vent.
KAPOW! And WOW! Stash Bingo hits you in the face like an explosion in a comic factory – this excellent home page promises Stash of Cash. And I must say, the stacks of gold coins and banknotes looks rather enticing. Once you click through to the promotional section, you’ll see that it’s the same old Dragonfish site, although there are a couple of private rooms that you won’t find at any other sites on this dominant network. Currently, Dragonfish sites only offer a rather stagnant mix of 75 ball and 90 ball bingo, but you do have the opportunity to win £1,000,000.03 times per week. You’ll find an excellent variety of slots here – many famous names such as Fluffy Favourites, and Zuma Slots – if you want to improve your odds of winning that cash stash, by luck and instant game alongside your main bingo game. To be fair, Stash Bingo is nothing new, but if you’re drawn in by colourful and flashy homepages, then it certainly worth a look. Claim a 200% welcome bonus when you register, and play £6000 in free games each week.
This is an impressive little mobile casino, that offers a small variety of 13 games, but you’ll still find everything you need for a top-notch gaming time. HD games include Snakes and Ladders, Vegas Vegas, Roulette, Gold Brush, and of course mobile bingo. Games start every couple of minutes, and considering its an independent mobile casino, the variety on offer is exceedingly impressive – there are three rooms, a cute little chap facility, and chat games. I really enjoy playing bingo on my mobile phone – easy to get started – go to the website, enter your mobile phone number, followed the instructions, and you’ll get free £5 to play.
Touch My Bingo
This is yet another mobile bingo and casino site, and in my opinion, it’s one of the best. It’s called Touch My Bingo, because it’s all about feeling touchy file with your mobile phone screen. The games are fast-paced, and playing touch bingo is a great way to win on the move, whether you’re playing bingo on an iPhone, Android, or any other handset. Cards start from 10p, and you can pre-buy tickets. You will inevitably find the features a little bit lacking compared to online bingo, but that’s because they would be way too fiddly if all the functions we shrunk down to fit on a small mobile phone screen. Play today with £5 free.
Nudge Nudge Bingo
It used to be 50 shades of Bingo, and now it’s been taken over by those incredibly sexist seaside postcards – you know the ones – usually feature a startled-looking buxom lady and a red faced man who has a cucumber under his jacket. Still, it’s nice gimmick if you miss seaside holidays in Blackpool, and an era when men could pinch lady’s bottoms and get away with it. The site runs on software from a lesser-known operator, so if you like hunting out those unique bingo boutiques, this could definitely be worth a look. There’s several different rooms to peruse, including Studio one, Barbados Bingo, and paradise 75.