Big Heart Bingo Review – Should You Join?

I'm a Thirty-something mother of three dogs who drinks way too much coffee.

Loves the latest tech; even if it costs too much.

Takes a great interest in world politics and the iGaming industry.

I started playing bingo from the age of 18 when I went to my local bingo hall with my aunty.

What do I prefer; land based or online bingo? Online bingo for sure, what with so many different variants to be played and side games thrown in to keep things entertaining.

My favourite bingo site is Tombola, due to the sheer volume of unique games - games you will not find anywhere else.

What’s my biggest cash win? £15,000 smackeroonies, but that’s going back a good few years now!

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Big Heart Bingo launched in 2010 and is powered by the Cozy Games software

They have 7 or 8 regular bingo rooms on offer and offer around the clock customer support but one user claimed that they were ignored by support.

They have low minimum withdrawals, online slots, casino games, and big jackpots.

Big Heart Bingo call themselves ‘The World’s Charity Bingo Site’. Players can donate to charity through the site as they play.

Big Heart Bingo Games

Networked bingo rooms provide hours of endless fun through five variants:

  • 90 ball
  • 80 ball
  • 75 ball
  • Speed ball (50 and 30 ball)

Ticket prices vary from game to game, but you will be shown the cost before the game begins.

Pre-buy is an option into the weekly and monthly specials.

All bingo rooms are bright, easy to navigate, and they offer a chat feature as well as side games.

Other Games on Big Heart Bingo

A vast selection of games from industry leaders such as NetEnt, Microgaming, Play’n Go, and many more can be found here at Big Heart Bingo.

Head to the three gaming tabs offered to choose a game to play.

Slots, casino, and games welcome bets from as low as 1p and can trigger eye-watering payouts.

Some of the favourite games being played include:

  • Book of Dead
  • Aztec Gold
  • Irish Luck
  • Dazzle Me
  • Mega Moolah

Big Heart Bingo Mobile Compatibility

Any device with an internet option will allow you to access the HTML5 range of games.

Navigation is simple, thanks to a menu and links to various sections of the mobile bingo site.

The bingo rooms are as busy on mobile as they are on desktop, and the chat feature may be hidden when playing bingo and side games.

Banking at Big Heart Bingo

Crediting your Big Heart Bingo account is a simple process that can be done through:

  • Boku
  • Maestro
  • MasterCard
  • PayPal
  • PaysafeCard
  • Visa
  • Visa Electron
  • Skrill
  • Neteller
  • Visa Debit

Withdrawals are processed from £1.

Processing withdrawals can vary from 5 to 7 working days, depending on the payment method you initially use to credit your account.

Big Heart Bingo License

Big Heart Bingo is licensed and regulated by the UK Gambling Commission and the Gibraltar Gambling Commission.

Big Heart Bingo Customer Support

Customer support representatives can assist with queries around the clock.

Head to the support tab and browse the frequently asked questions or choose from one of the following contact options:

  • Telephone: 02036 081 305.
  • Email: use the online email form provided. Fill in all details and a member of the help team will reply within 1 hour.
  • Live chat: click the relevant button to initiate instant support.
  • Raise a ticket: log in and request support through this option. A support representative will aim to reply within 10minutes.

Should You Join Big Heart Bingo?

Big Heart Bingo is a very apt name because by choosing to play here, you will be helping to raise funds for very worthy causes such as WWF, cats protection and the RSPCA.

Unfortunately, nowhere on the site could we find any info about how much they’ve raised or how often they give money.

They say that a percentage of the profits will be donated to different charities every month.

But what percentage?

1%, 50% 0.0000001% they just don’t say!

Also their 4x wagering requirements are very high too. That means if you deposit £10 you’ll have to wager £40!

The whole bingo/charity thing is a great concept but they’re just not open enough for our liking. Nowhere to they show off how much they’re giving to charity or anything like that. It seems like it’s just a gimmick.

Although we would love to.. right now we can’t recommend Big Heart Bingo.

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