No matter what sort of bingo game you’re hoping to find, there’s a good chance that Loadsa Bingo has it covered. There are over 15 bingo rooms to choose from, including Easy Peasy, Top of the Shop and Wonky. The focus is on 90-ball and 75-ball games, but there are a few 52-ball games too and even the occasional 40-ball option for those wanting to ring the changes now and again.
Tickets are priced to accommodate all budgets, including plenty of free games throughout the week. We found tickets priced from as little as 1p, with plenty available at 5p, and a few aimed quite a bit higher. Tickets were on sale for £1 in the Ace Club room; while we round bingo cards for £10 each in the Big Bang game – but there’s a £10K jackpot prize available, so there’s everything to play for!
The Mystery Jackpots room offers over 50 games a day with tickets priced at 10p for jackpot payouts ranging from £10 to £500. And there’s always something exciting to discover in the Royal Room, which has monthly prizes totalling over £5,000. There’s a top payout of £100 awarded during the daily 10pm Kickstarter Final, with tickets available to be won from 8pm onwards.
If you find yourself awake past midnight you could buy yourself a ticket for the Last Call game, which has a prize pool of £100. Tickets go on sale at 12.30 am for a 12.45 start, making this a fun, sociable and possibly even profitable way to end the day.
There are usually a couple of bingo tournaments running, offering free tickets, free spins and real cash prizes. Loadsa Bingo suggests taking part in person, if you can, as this is when the chat rooms really come to life and the atmosphere is buzzing, so you get to experience the full bingo-hall vibe.
Most bingo sites offer a handful of slots and scratch cards to keep players entertained while waiting for their next game to start. Loadsa Bingo takes that one step further by offering literally hundreds of slots along with its bingo games. There are over 500 of them in fact, from big-name developers such as NetEnt and Microgaming.
All the top player favourites are available to play, including Starburst and Rainbow Riches. You’ll be able to explore thrilling game mechanics, such as in Game of Thrones Power Stacks: Link & Win, and try out the hauntingly beautiful Tiger’s Ice. Menus are well laid out, directing you towards New slots, Trending games, Fluffy Favourites and Slingo. We counted over 25 variants of this fun cross between bingo and slots, including Book of Slingo and Slingo Deal or No Deal.
We tracked down just over 10 Megaways titles, although we had to search around to find them. We found 15 jackpot slots too, so it would have been helpful to be able to find them under their own menu tabs. Menu headings suggested that scratch cards and video bingo games are available, but the pages were blank – presumably they’re on the way, but not a great look nevertheless.