Lights Camera Bingo has quite a history in the world of online gaming, and the network behind the brand has an extensive knowledge of what bingo players want. The home page is colourful and the spotlights are on the welcome offer for new players, a no deposit required offer that is quite the rarity nowadays.
The site was originally launched in September 2001 under the name Quiz Show Bingo but over the years there have been many changes to the Jumpman Gaming offering and this has included redesigns, the loss of chat hosts, a change of software, and more recently, the bonus offered to new players. Whilst still having quite hefty wagering on the winnings derived from the free spins offered as part of the welcome package, it’s a little more palatable considering no deposit is required to get started!
There’s plenty of promotions, a lot of choice for bingo, and a whole plethora of slots to choose from too so whilst we may not love the wagering requirements, the gameplay makes it a brand worth a visit.
|20 free spins no deposit needed + a spin of the Mega Wheel when you add £10*
|Best Deposit Methods
|Debit Cards, Paysafecard, PayPal, Pay By Mobile
You don’t even have to make a deposit to take advantage of the welcome offer from Lights Camera Bingo. To get you started, there are 20 spins just for registering a new account with a debit card. No deposit is necessary to claim these free spins.
Once you’ve used your free spins and like the site enough to want to make a deposit, there is a spin on their Mega Wheel to be had when you complete an initial transaction of £10. Spinning the Mega Wheel could reveal a variety of different prizes from your first deposit but include more free spins or an Amazon voucher. The top prize listed on the wheel is currently 500 free spins on Fluffy Favourites.
There are wagering requirements and rules attached to both the no deposit required bonus and the Mega Wheel rewards on your first deposit.
For the no deposit required part of the bonus, the first rule is that you must register a debit card to your account in order to be awarded the 20 free spins.
For all of the free spins that you may be awarded, either as the no deposit required bonus or spins that are won on the Mega Wheel, The maximum that you can win on 10 free spins is £8. Any winnings from the free spins carry a 65x wagering requirement.
Only bonus wagering counts toward meeting the requirements. Once wagering requirements have been met, the maximum that will be converted to your real cash balance is the total value of your lifetime of deposits with the site up to a maximum of £250.
Deposits and Withdrawals
Lights Camera Bingo has just four deposit options to choose from should you opt to fund your account. Whilst options may be limited, they are four of the most popular ways to deposit:
- Debit Cards
- Pay By Mobile (deposits of £5, £10 or £20 using this method will be charged a £2.50 transaction fee)
The minimum deposit to the site is £10 and the minimum withdrawal is the same. Please note that you will be charged £2.50 per withdrawal!
There are quite a few promotions listed on the dedicated page at Lights Camera Bingo; quite a good selection of both time-limited and regular offers to choose from. It’s worth considering that the promotions available are usually across the network so you will be competing for prizes with other players at the sister sites too.
These are just a couple of examples of what you can find at this site, but as is the case with most promotional pages, it is worth checking back at regular intervals so you don’t miss out on the latest deal.
- Happy Hours – every Wednesday, depositing players have the chance to win 10+ free spins on a selection of different slots.
- Friday Fun – every Friday at 8 pm you can win a share of a £2,500 jackpot. It’s a 90 ball game with prizes for 1tg right through to 5tg.
- Winner Winner, Chicken Dinner – the player with the biggest slot win in the month will be celebrating with a £50 Just Eat voucher. T
- Trophies – The network is also host to Trophies, one of our favourites. The more you play, the more trophies you can accumulate. and the more you collect, the better the rewards and the more Mega Wheel spins you can earn.
There aren’t any regular Lights Camera Bingo bonus codes advertised on site. However, if you opt to receive emails or texts from the site when you register, you may find yourself with a bonus code now and then that earns you a spin of the Mega Wheel or some other exclusive offer.
There’s quite the choice when it comes to both bingo and slots at Lights Camera Bingo but the emphasis appears to be on the slots. From the welcome bonus to the number of slots available when compared to slots, it’s a brand that is slot heavy and bingo light.
There are several variants of bingo on offer including the traditional 90 ball and 75 ball games as well as 80 ball and 30 bingo. The introduction of Pragmatic Play saw the Bingo Millions games join the ranks of the bingo offerings where the top prize is £1m!
For slots, big names like Microgaming and Eyecon join others like NetEnt and Red Tiger, to name just a few of the developers who have titles on this platform.
Support is a little sparse at Lights Camera Bingo, and it’s not easily accessible. Responses to emails are not timely at all, and with no chat hosts and no Live Chat, you are limited to emailing a query.
There is an FAQ section but it is limited in the information available. The ‘Contact Us’ page shows the following options:
Lights Camera Bingo is part of the Jumpman Gaming group of sites and as such there are several brands that are considered sister sites to it. Below are just some of the sites:
Lights Camera Bingo has been advertised on television in the past, but not recently. It was quite a while ago now, when the site still used live presenters, that we saw this brand promote their wares on the small screen.
Live bingo was dropped way back in January 2012 which gives an indication of just how long ago we saw a commercial from this online bingo site. It’s unlikely that we are going to see any new Lights Camera Bingo TV adverts, but it is here you will find them should they launch on television again. For now, here’s a blast from the past:
The wagering requirements and the £2.50 transaction fee on withdrawals really dropped the score that we wanted to award Lights Camera Bingo, and it’s the same across the network. However, we like the Trophies promotion and the fact that they boast a no deposit required bonus (at least at the time of review in February 2020). The great selection of slots and improved bingo offering also was a positive for the brand but not enough to boost the star-rating above 3.5.