If you’re trying to find a bingo site promising “more bang for your buck every day of the week”, then perhaps Bingo House is the brand you’ve been waiting for!
But will Bingo House make true on their promise of fantastic “Special Funding Bonuses”?
Or will you be “leaving house” instead?
Read our Bingo House review to find out!
About Bingo House
Bingo House is owned by Vista Gaming, who launched the brand in 2002. This, of course, makes Bingo House a very well-established bingo site.
Unfortunately, the website reflects the 2002 launch date, with an outdated layout that screams “early 2000s website design!” The Bingo House website theme is also slightly confusing, with fairies and more emphasis on slots than bingo.
That said, the website is still responsive and user-friendly, so we can’t complain much!
We were unable to find a gambling commission license for Vista Gaming, and by extension, Bingo House.
If you’re feeling lost, you can contact Bingo House via:
- Live Chat
- Email – firstname.lastname@example.org
Bingo House also has an inactive Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest account.
What Bingo Games Does Bingo House Offer?
Bingo House offers a limited selection of 90 ball and 75 ball bingo games, of which run frequently, daily, and weekly.
The ticket prices for regular games cost 40p, which attract between 50 and 70+ players, with prize pools reaching £85+.
For games with a dedicated or progressive jackpot, ticket prices were unavailable, but prizes reach up to £10,000+. It’s expected jackpot games attract more players, though we weren’t able to confirm this.
Playing at Bingo House
We were unable to access the member’s area at Bingo House, as our ID wasn’t verified in time for this review.
As you can see above, they do list the bingo games on their public site. All areas we were able to access were responsive and easy to navigate. This is fortunate, as there are no dedicated mobile apps.
As expected, Bingo House uses the Vista Gaming software.
There are no free, no deposit games that we could find.
Luckily, Bingo House does openly advertise their rewards system:
In short, players earn loyalty points as they make deposits and are able to cash in those loyalty points later.
Finally, as you can see, ID is required when creating your Bingo House account.
Bingo House Reviews
Despite being very well-established in the realm of online bingo, we were unable to find any reviews for Bingo House online.
If you’ve played here then please leave a review below!