Charity Bingo

What is Charity Bingo? It’s a great idea – that’s what it is! is one of the relatively new bingo sites to hit the scene.

How it works is that every time you deposit £20 or more, £1 is donated to various UK charities. Now this donation comes from the bingo site itself – NOT from you as a player. So you deposit £20 – £1 goes to charity – and you still have £20 left. Good hey? And that £1 is donated whether you win or lose…..

And the charity this money will be donated to? Well this changes every month. Like Health lottery Bingo the charities are many and varied. Charities which have benefited so far include Cancer Research, the British Heart Foundation and Scope. Another nice touch is the fact that Charity Bingo invite members to contact them with their own suggestions for future beneficiaries. This really is a fantastic way of keeping loyal players involved.

So do these donations mean there is less money left to give out in winnings? No way! There are still fantastic offers and continual promotions to give you every chance of winning big! Not only that but it’s big, it’s colourful and there are some great games to play.


What does Charity Bingo offer for newbies?

Well deposit £10 and this will instantly be turned into £30 to play with. PLUS you get to spin the wheel and win somewhere between £10 – £2500 which you can use to win real money.

And every Friday night newbies can play a bingo game especially for them in which they can win a share of a £500 jackpot.


So what promos are available after this?

Apart from the £1 donation to charity each time you deposit £20? Well these promotions change on a continual basis offering something different each time you play. You can win cash, prizes or loyalty points (1000 points can be redeemed for £1) which can be exchanged for cash.

But there are also those promos which run on a continual basis.

Big Jackpot Games.

Every week there are four different big jackpot bingo games to play on Charity Bingo with a HUGE one to play for on the last day of the month.

Refer a Friend.

Introduce a friend to Charity Bingo who wagers at least £5 and you will receive 5000 loyalty points. Remember that every 1000 points is worth £1 playable cash!

VIP Scheme.

The more you play the higher up the VIP levels you go – bronze, silver, gold and then black (yes! black! different!). Each new level entitles you to greater rewards and prizes as you play.

What games can I play on Charity Bingo?

Several versions bingo are available to play:-

90 Ball Bingo – There are 3 chances to win every time you play. There’s 1 line, 2 line and full house bingo in each of the 90 ball rooms. Cash prizes raise in value as the games progress so a full house provides the greatest rewards!

Bingo tickets consist of a 3×9 grids. Each row of 9 squares containing 5 x no.s  and 4 x blanks.  Each strip contains six bingo tickets and the full 90 numbers will always feature once within a strip.

Click on the 90 Ball tab in the Charity Bingo lobby to see the full selection of games.

75 Ball Bingo – This US version is played on a 5×5 grid. The centre square is free so you only need 24 numbers to get a full house. There are then several versions of this in which particular patterns have to be made to win cash.

Again – just click on the 75 Ball tab within their bingo lobby to see all the games available.

Bingo tickets cost from 1p – £1 so there’s a great range for all pockets.

What else? Well there are loads of slot games and table games such as roulette, Texas hold’em and blackjack. Also scratchcards and instant win games such as Keno and Hi-Lo.


Can I play Charity Bingo on my phone?

There are no mobile bingo options available at this time.


Deposit / withdrawal options.

You can make a deposit with your usual MasterCard or Visa credit card. Also Visa debit or Electron plus options for Switch or Solo.


Are there chat rooms?

There are plenty of chat rooms on Charity Bingo all with their own CM (Chat Moderator) and a list of rules to ensure that the chat is enjoyable for everyone. You also have your own ‘friend list’ so you can decide who exactly you would like to chat to as you play.


How is the customer support?

Charity Bingo can be contacted by phone or via email though there is a comprehensive ‘Help’ page which should answer most of your questions regarding how to play bingo or the site as a whole.

They also have their own separate complaints procedure. Which as we say on this site time and time again – this always indicates a bingo site which doesn’t tend to get complaints!

You can also expect the usual facilities for self exclusion and setting deposit limits for anyone who considers that gambling is becoming a problem. Again – this is always a sign that a bingo operator is putting their customer welfare over profit.


How can I register to play?

Just go straight through to the Charity Bingo registration page. And don’t forget to contact them to recommend a charity which you feel would benefit from their (and your) help!

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