If you’re familiar with online bingo then chances are you’re already aware with the sheer volume of different sites there are – with new brands popping up (and closing down) all of the time.
For this reason, we’ve decided to take a bit of a different approach to most bingo portals, and instead of giant lists of bingo rooms we’ve hand picked 10 of our favourites. All of the sites are licensed in the UK, offer great games and promotions and run on reputable networks (or operate their own).
So take a browse of our list, read our reviews and pick the ones that tickle your fancy. Safe in the knowledge that whichever one you choose you’ll be getting a safe, fair and enjoyable game.
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Best Bingo Sites For UK Customers
As well as our handy comparison table (above) we’ve also written detailed reviews about each of the bingo sites featured on this website. You can find these below.
1. 32Red Bingo
32Red Bingo offer a huge range of games and promotions and even a free no deposit bonus when you join. They operate on the Microgaming network and offer round the clock games on desktop, tablet and mobile. Depositing is quick and easy and they even accept PayPal.
For regular players they offer a fantastic promotion - bonuses on every deposit you make. So it's not just newbies who get the offers. Combine with a loyalty program, progressive jackpots and frequent themed promotions and you have yourself a very strong bingo site.
What Are White Label Bingo Sites And Why Don’t We Like Them?
Part of the reason that there are so many different bingo sites on the internet is because of something called a ‘white label’. This is where you take an existing bingo site, slap a new name, colour scheme and logo on it and pretend it’s a new room. When in reality it’s exactly the same as the old room – run by the same people, using the same customer service and with the same promotions.
So what’s the problem? The issue here, for us at least, is that white labels create a very low barrier to entry for new sites – which is part of the reason that new sites appear every month and others shut down without warning.
Many white labels are also run by one company but owned by another. For example, if you – yes you – wanted to set up a bingo site you could contact a white label, hand over a small amount of start up cash and have yourself a bingo site within days. In fact the hardest part of setting up a white label is choosing the name (which is why there are so many with very weird names out there!).
This low entry cost means that sites can be set up willy nilly, by individuals or companies who don’t have much time or money invested in them – reducing the incentive to put much effort into it. Most white labels also aren’t in full control of their own site – with terms being dictated by the parent site. Clearly this isn’t an ideal situation for players.
Because of this we do not list white labels – every single site is owned and operated independently. Most will run on pooled networks, but the customer support, banking, and promotions are all managed in house. We feel that this ensures a better quality of play.