If you’re new to playing online bingo, you probably have a million and one questions and concerns. Don’t panic, we’ve all been there! We don’t just become seasoned bingo players overnight; it takes years. Whether you’re worried about how safe your details will be or simply don’t understand how to play, you will find all the answers right here.
By now you should have a bingo site in mind that you wish to play at (or try). If not, you can browse our list of top 10 bingo venues to see which sites are rated as the best by us and our members. You’ll also find a list of new bingosites, which you can choose to play at too. The first thing you need to do is register; click on the bingo site and follow the simple registration form to complete your membership. You can register a payment method at this point or have a good look around before adding it later.
If you forget your username or password at any time, you can reset it or get it sent to you via email. A ‘forgotten password/username’ link will be situated beneath the log in option.
Registering a payment method is super simple. Head to your account section and click the cashier to add your deposit method. A variety of funding sources are accepted, including major credit and debit cards as well as e-wallets. Before you add just any old method, think about how quick you’d like to get your withdrawals; e-wallets are processed a lot quicker than credit and debit cards, taking on average just 24-hours compared to 3-5 working days.
Making a deposit is as simple as clicking your deposit method and inserting how much you wish to play with. You may be navigated away to another website; this may be because you’re using PayPal and need to log in or your bank requires extra verification checks.
Cashing out; also known as withdrawals. Head to the cashier and follow the instructions on-screen to action a withdrawal. More detailed information on this process can be found here.
Each bingo site is different, this is because they’re powered by different software providers, but playing bingo is generally the same. Once you’ve logged in, head to the bingo lobby. Select a bingo room to play in and select your tickets by either clicking on each one individually or press the ‘select strip’ option. The price you see is per ticket, so a strip of 6 will cost you that price x6.
Nobody’s internet is 100% reliable all the time and this means being disconnected from the game, but there’s no need to start pulling your hair out because your game will play through as if you’re still there in the room! How cool is that? If you happened to have purchased a winning bingo ticket for that game, you will win regardless of your connection status and the winnings will automatically be added to your account.
Safety and Fairness:
All reputable online bingo establishments (bearing a licensed and regulated message) do whatever it takes to keep your details safe and secure at all times. The latest advancements in computer technology, firewalls and protocols are used to ensure this is always the case; just think of it as a castle surrounded by water and the only way in and out is via a tiny draw-bridge which is left up at all times. Nobody can swim over the croc-infested waters or jump that distance.
All outcomes are fair, regardless of the chat you may see from disgruntled players. ‘Same winners all the time’ or ‘they’ve won again’ – these phrases (and a lot more) are almost always guaranteed to be seen in bingo chat, but a Random Number Generator (RNG) is always used to ensure random results. The system has been rigorously tested officials by running millions of rounds and examining their results. The system is also systematically tested by each bingo website too.
All that’s left to do now is get yourself a bingo ticket! Let us know if you were lucky!
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