Big Heart Bingo Review

‘The World’s Charity Bingo Site’

  • One of the few bingo sites dedicated to raising funds for charity
  • The games are optimised for mobile play
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Live Help

Email: via on-site form

Raise a ticket once logged in

About Big Heart Bingo

This site claims to be ‘The World’s Charity Bingo Site’, because it’s one of the few bingo sites dedicated to raising funds for charity. You can get great comfort from the fact you are supporting worthy causes just by playing bingo. You don’t do anything differently, you just register, choose your desired charity and play as you normally would. A percentage of each deposit goes directly to the charity chosen.

Bigheartbingo Ltd is a UK registered company established to raise money for charities and good causes through online bingo and other games.

This site has a striking red, black and yellow colour scheme and the welcome page is bursting with the very latest promotions, games and recent winners.





UK and Gibraltar

Enter the bingo rooms and you will find them to be bright and very busy. The chat feature does get flooded with flashing icons, so if you don’t like this you can always close chat. The tickets can be bought before the current game has ended and you can pre-buy in the games lobby.

Games available

  • 90 ball bingo
  • 80 ball bingo
  • 75 ball bingo
  • 50 ball bingo
  • 30 ball bingo
  • Slots
  • Scratchcards
  • Casino games

Withdrawal and wagering

  • Minimum withdrawal: £1
  • Processing time: 5 to 7 working days.
  • Bingo wagering requirement: 4x bingo bonus.
  • Slots wagering requirement: 40x winnings from extra spins

At least £10 must have been deposited prior to a first withdrawal.

Players are allowed to withdraw the complete amount available as Withdrawable cash.

Photo id, proof of address and copy of card will be requested.

See website T&Cs for further details as requirements may have changed since time of writing.

Help and support

  • Live Help: hit the ‘Support’ tab and you’ll find a link to live help.
  • Email: use the contact email form provided for a response within one hour.
  • Raise a ticket is also available as a point of contact, once you’ve logged into your account.

Big Heart Bingo on mobile and tablet

Access the site via any mobile device on the relevant mobile browser. The games are optimised for mobile play. The mobile version of the site has the same colourful aesthetic as the desktop version. This style really helps to make the layout straightforward and easy to navigate.

The menu is located at the top right of the screen and contains all of the content categories available on the main site, such as, ‘Bingo’, ‘Slots’, ‘Casino’, ‘Promotions’ and much more. You can also gain access to slots, casino and scratch game sections directly from a homepage tabs.

Overall the site on mobile is straightforward and easy to navigate and a great experience to play games on the go.

iOS App Store – There is not a dedicated app in the App store.

Google Play – There is presently no app available from the Google Play.

Android – The site does not provide an alternative way of downloading an Android app.

Reviews for Big Heart Bingo

Big Heart Bingo User Name: milley2
User Rating:
Friday November 27th, 2015

Keep away. I joined this bingo site a few days ago and OMG, trust me u do win, but the down fall is u will find it very hard to withdraw ur money. u have to send a pic of ur card, the front of the card the last 4 digits and the first 6 your expire date, a copy of ur driving licence, a bill. Then what happens after that is they still dont care or listen and u end up going back on the site and u do spending it. It took me 20 mins to spend 22.00 pounds.
The only good thing about it is u do get 15 pounds bonus money, but trust me that goes quick and u end up depositing £20 and that will go quick too stay away.

Big Heart Bingo User Name: lassie44
User Rating:
Sunday October 6th, 2013

Big Heart Bingo is an entertaining bingo site which has varied games to choose from with very fair prices and variable winnings. This is why i like this site as you never get bored with it with all the different games to play which is the reason why i choose this site as my favourite.

Big Heart Bingo User Name: hayleybayley
User Rating:
Thursday October 18th, 2012

Big Heart Bingo is same o same o. I do quite like the spin wheels bonus feature, but does seem strict on wagering amounts etc.

Big Heart Bingo User Name: rachie155
User Rating:
Sunday September 16th, 2012

I joined Big Heart Bingo to get £15 no deposit bonus to see if I liked the site or not. Unfortunately you can’t withdraw any winnings from the bonus even though it goes into cash. You have to deposit first which I suppose is fair.

Once you make a total deposit of £25 and meet the wagering requirements then you can cash out the winnings of £50 or above. £50 is crazy high! Plus I think £25 is too high a deposit, £10 would be ok. There are only 3 bingo rooms and the one I was in only had full houses of about £5 and 10-15 players. The other 90 ball room was depositors only.

Can’t say what the slots were like as I don’t play them. I’m not into chatting in the chat rooms either, but I know a lot of people are so I’ll say they seemed pretty nice and friendly from what I saw, so that’s one plus. Wagering is high on bingo and even higher on slots. I found this out on live chat. Go on the site and get the bonus and see if you like it but don’t expect to be able to withdraw.

I ended up not spending all my £15 bonus because although I won a lot I knew I wouldn’t be able to withdraw (would never deposit) and felt it was unfair on other players for me to win and rob other players of a win when I can’t withdraw the winnings.

Also on a withdrawal you have to send in proof of your address etc.This annoys me as they have no problem taking your money but as soon as you come to withdraw it’s suddenly a security risk!

Big Heart Bingo User Name: paula
User Rating:
Saturday August 18th, 2012

i love this game bingo is so much fun

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