When it comes to the world of online bingo, it really is a maze. There are all types of different offers, promotions and various caveats you need to be aware of before choosing a site to play at.
Because of this, I have decided to write a neat little post on how to get the most from the various free bingo money offers various different companies offer, how to get the best deal and just generally how to avoid getting trapped by things that seem too good to be true.
First things first, there are typically 3 different types of free bingo offers. These are as follows:
- No deposit cash: No deposit bingo cash is the simplest and easiest to understand offer. You register at a certain site and then in return, the site gives you a certain amount of money to spend playing the games. Depending on the site, you may or may not be able to win real cash. You see, some require you to make a deposit before you are able to withdraw your cash, as such they may be a little bit of deception and what you think is ‘free money’ is actually money with a lot of strings attached. My advice, make sure you read the terms and conditions before signing up and making a deposit. For example, my favourite no deposit site is Buttercup Bingo, they are completely transparent about the fact that you cannot withdraw your free bingo cash without making a deposit and completing the wagering requirements. And although that may sound disappointing to some of you, it’s actually a great way to get used to playing for real money without risking any of your own.
- Free bingo games: Next we have free bingo games, these are free games on paid sites that are free to enter. Depending on what site you choose to play at, you will get access to varying amounts of free bingo, some sites offer decent cash prizes, other provide little of any value. One site I really like is Costa Bingo, they have free games available 24 hours a day and you don’t need to fund your account to get access to them
- Bonus money: Finally, you have bingo bonus money. This cash is conditional – meaning you need to deposit some money before you get access to it. Commonly it will be in terms of a percentage deposit bonus. For example, a 500% first deposit bonus will get you £50 of free bonus credits from a £10 deposit. Most sites have first deposit bonuses and these are typically where the good value lies in the world of free bingo.