Many people are surprised to find out that Bookmaker.com offers bingo games to their players. It’s almost the site’s hidden secret given that they don’t advertise their bingo hall very much at all. That’s because Bookmaker.com (as you can tell from the name) is predominantly a sport book and make most of their money from taking sports bets.
Unfortunately this tends to show through in their support of a bingo product that, while certainly adequate, should only be seen as an added feature to a very good sports book. Certainly if you’re looking to join somewhere specifically to play bingo, then we suggest you look elsewhere.
Bookmaker.com Bingo Bonus Offers and Promotions
While there are deposit bonuses for all Bookmaker players looking to wager on the site’s sports book, casino or poker room, there is no bonus funds to be earned from playing bingo.
In fact, while Bookmaker.com does offer some very tempting bonuses to depositors, it doesn’t include Bingo in any of them.
Therefore, Bingo players looking to take advantage of the site’s 10% Reload Bonus will be disappointed (unless they bet on Sports) and similarly the site’s Refer a Friend bonus will not be paid if your friend is only going to play bingo games.
Even loyalty points (or Bet Points as they’re known on the site) are not awarded for games played in the bingo room.
Bookmaker Bingo Games
Bookmaker.com offers players four different bingo rooms and a Keno room. However, only one variation of bingo is played in these rooms and that’s 75 Ball Bingo. UK players looking to play traditional 90 Ball Bingo will end up being disappointed.
There is no Free Bingo or Penny Bingo to be had at Bookmaker.com although the cheapest ticket available can be purchased for $0.10.
What’s more there doesn’t appear to be any plans to introduce free bingo in the foreseeable future.
If you’re a dedicated bingo player who is looking for some good bingo games play in, then Bookmaker.com is not for you. The games are poor, promotions are non-existent and the bingo halls are empty. In short, you can’t help but get the feeling that the bingo rooms have been put up there and then totally forgotten about.
If you’re going to sign up to Bookmaker.com it should be for their casino and sports offering (which is among the best out there) … and if you happen to feel like a quick game of bingo, then that’s your shout.
Don’t sign up for Bookmaker.com hoping for a bingo room that’s on a par with the site’s sports book though, because you’ll be disappointed. Hugely disappointed.