Bingo Sites With No Wagering
Wagering requirements are often an annoyance if you're a new player, particularly if you win with any welcome bonus funds and then find you cannot withdraw until you've played through a set amount of money.
Thankfully, many bingo operators are now launching sites with no wagering requirements attached to make things simpler and fairer for players.
Here you will find a list of approved bingo sites with no wagering new player offers.
Bingo Sites No wagering
£70 of tickets and 10 spins on first £10+ deposit *
Other Sites With No Wagering
If you've not found a site you like from the list above, why not try a no wagering offer at an online slots or casino site?
Try one of the links below to browse our lists of other no wagering sites where you can play slots.
What are wagering requirements?
Wagering requirements are terms and conditions, usually imposed by bingo sites on players who accept a sign-up offer that awards an amount of bonus funds. Wagering is usually shown as a multiple figure, such as X4, which means you must spend four times your bonus received before you can withdraw any winnings.
Some even have restrictions on what bingo rooms or games contribute towards the wagering amount, e.g. money spent in bingo may contribute 100% to wagering, but only 50% on slot games or not at all on casino games. It really does differ from site to site.
Wagering requirements were originally a result of money laundering laws, enforced so that a money launderer couldn't simply deposit money into a bingo site and then immediately withdraw it again. However, when you see some of the larger wagering requirements it can be looked upon as more of a way of discouraging players from withdrawing any winnings at all.
This is all part of the reasons why sites such as those listed here are now offering a completely no wagering experience.
You can on some sites simply refuse the sign up bonus to avoid any wagering requirements, but you would still have to play through your deposit once before withdrawals are possible to comply with money laundering regulations.