Cheers Bingo Supports the Fully Mobile Aspect of Bingo
Live Chat: Yes.
Another site but together by the bingo experts at Jumpman Bingo, Cheers Bingo is an online bingo site that allocates players into one of five exclusive bingo rooms. You can play 75-ball or 90-ball at most times of the day, and night. Check out the benefit-laden VIP room too!
New members at Cheers Bingo are allocated one free spin on the ‘Cheers Bingo Mega Wheel’ where 500 free spins on the popular Eyecon slot Fluffy Favourites can be won. This free spin is allocated once £10 has been deposited into a player’s bingo account.
The Mega Wheel is split into nine sections, with each section (aside one, which says ‘Unlucky’) having its own ‘prize’. Prizes include extra spins on slots or an Amazon voucher. The 500 extra spins are the highest award available.
No matter what you earn you cannot earn more than £8 per ten extra spins awarded, and an overall maximum of £250. All winnings need to be wagered 65 times over before you are able to cash out.
All forms of casino games do not count towards wagering.
While we say ‘cheers!’ to the prospect of winning 500 spins, we don’t think too much of winning anything at all.
*New players only, 18+. Min deposit £10, £8 max win per 10 spins, max bonus conversion £250, 65x wagering requirements and full T&Cs apply here
The VIP scheme here is automatically open to all members. It has five tiers, from ‘member’ up to ‘black’. Upward mobility as a VIP is achieved by earning ‘kudos’, and kudos is earned by depositing money at the site. The more you deposit, the higher up the scheme you rise.
The better benefits are held for the higher-level VIPs, although all VIPs will receive something. Benefits can include birthday bonuses, weekly cashback and spins. These are all subject to change.
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There are five bingo rooms at Cheers Bingo, but only the ‘Lucky Stars’ bingo room seems to be available upon a frequent basis. Other rooms such as ‘Fair & Square’ seem only to be open daily, while others with larger jackpots are only unlocked on a weekly basis. The remaining room is for VIPs only where ‘no fee to pay’ bingo games are available.
The bingo disciplines are just 75-ball and 90-ball bingo. There’s no 90-ball, 52-ball or 5-line bingo available at any time. It seems a real shame that there’s only one bingo room open here on any sort of regular basis.
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You can cash out to a card or PayPal. You can withdraw any amount, but you need to contact Cheers Bingo if you want to cash out less than £10. Withdrawals are held pending for three days then should be in your account within another one to three days.
Can’t say we approve of any charges for making a withdrawal.
With only one bingo room open on a regular basis, it’s not hard to imagine that the community aspect of Cheers Bingo is not very big. The chat room host in that room does do their best though, although with low players numbers it is hard to get much chatter going, as not everyone likes to have a natter while they are playing bingo. If you frequent one of the less-frequently-open rooms there, then you may more chance of making bingo pals.
Cheers bingo does have a very good Facebook page, and is just as active on Twitter.
Cheers Bingo supports the fully mobile aspect of bingo. In short, if you prefer to play bingo on your smartphone or laptop as opposed to playing on your PC or desktop, then you are completely able to at this site thanks to the Cheers Bingo mobile software.
There’s no need to download a Cheers Bingo app of any description to your device. Just use any popular browser to locate the site on your smartphone or tablet and the software will do the rest. The software should work automatically on any iOS or Android-powered device, and other operating systems too.
Will we be raising a glass to Cheers Bingo? The answer is not until they change a few things about their site! They need to have more bingo rooms and games available. To have only a single bingo room open most of the time simply is not good enough. Perhaps the addition of 80-ball bingo to the options would be a good idea too.
Why not see if you’ll raise a glass to Cheers Bingo today?
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