OK Bingo Review

Win up to 500 spins on Fluffy Favourites
OK Bingo Review
OK Bingo Review
Win up to 500 spins on Fluffy Favourites

OK Bingo isn’t new to the world of online bingo and has been around since 2011. It’s had many guises; first on the Cyberbingo Network and then with G2 Gtech / St Minver Network. Now in 2020 you get to play bingo and slots on the Jumpman Gaming and Pragmatic Play collaboration.

*New Players only. Minimum deposit £10, £8 max win per 10 spins max bonus equal to leftime deposits (up to £250), 65x wagering requirements and full T&Cs apply.

OK Bingo at a glance

💰 Welcome OfferWin up to 500 Spins on Fluffy Favourites*
💰 Minimum Deposit Amount£10
🕖 Time for withdrawal72-hour pending period, money in account 1-3 days after pending period
💳 Best Deposit Methods?Debit Card, Paysafecard, Pay By Mobile, PayPal
🎮 Software UsedJumpman Gaming and Pragmatic Play

Welcome offer?

It’s not like a bonus that you may have found at other online bingo sites, except those on the same network, because you don’t receive the traditional match bonus or standard free spins. You get to spin a bonus wheel that could see you win as many as 500 spins on the Fluffy Favourites slot.

If you do win the top prize of 500 slot spins, you won’t receive them all at once. You will get 10 lots of 50 spins. To claim the remaining 450 spins, you would have to email OK Bingo.

It’s not just spins on Fluffy Favourites that could be won, there are spins on other slot titles up for grabs too or you could bag yourself a £10 Amazon voucher.

Wagering requirements

There are quite a few ‘rules’ around the welcome bonus offered by OK Bingo and they aren’t limited to just the wagering requirements of any bonus money you may win from free spins awarded from your Mega Wheel spin.

The wagering requirements are a whopping 65x the bonus won but the winnings from the spins awarded are capped at £8 for every 10 spins given.

Only wagers using bonus funds count towards meeting the wagering requirements; real money wagers do not contribute.

How do you deposit and withdraw?

The most popular payment methods available at this site for depositing are PayPal and Debit Cards. However, they do also offer the option to Pay By Mobile or use the eWallet, Paysafecard.

If you’re well-versed in the world of online gambling, you will know that the latter two options cannot be used for processing withdrawals. You would need to use your debit card or PayPal if you are in a position to cash out.

As is the case with all gambling sites, you will at some point be asked to verify your ID and this is definitely required before you are able to withdraw funds.

Promotions and deposit bonuses

If you were expecting a selection of original promotions from OK Bingo, you might be a little disappointed. However, whilst they fall shy on exclusive offers at the time of writing this review, there are still some of the most popular promotions on offer from the Jumpman Bingo Sites Network.

One of those that continue to prove popular amongst those that frequent the brand and others like it is the Trophies promotion. You are automatically involved in this and just need to play at the site to find yourself rewarded with trophies, to rise through the ranks and earn yourself more wheel spins and the chance to earn more free spins.

The more tasks that you complete participating, the more rewards you will reap. As an example, as a newbie player, you just have to complete the tasks below to earn an additional spin of the Mega Wheel:

  • Play 3 different slot games on your first day
  • Login and play on 3 consecutive days in your first week
  • Play 15 different slots in week one
  • Wager £50 in one day in week one
  • Deposit three times in your first 15 days with the site

There are a selection of other offers all available to view on the dedicated promotions page at OK Bingo.

OK Bingo bonus codes

OK Bingo doesn’t advertise bonus codes but that’s not to say that you won’t find one in your inbox if you sign up to receive marketing material from the site.

It’s also worth following them on social media as often bingo brands will post special offers and bonus codes on Facebook or Twitter.

What games are available?

Whilst OK Bingo is billed as a bingo site, actually, there is more choice of slots than there is bingo. The slots portfolio is impressive to say the least, with big-name developers all in the line-up of some of the best slots online today.

You’ll find games from the likes of NetEnt and Eyecon alongside Yggdrasil title, Just For The Win, and many others.

When it comes to bingo, the introduction of the Pragmatic Play software saw an increase in the bingo rooms available. However, the rooms do seem to be quite quiet.

There are several different varieties of the game; 75, 80 and 90 ball are all on offer. There are also the Bingo Million games that could see you become an overnight millionaire with a £1.5 million jackpot!

How do you contact support?

You have a couple of ways in which to receive support from the site. From the main menu, you can see a ‘Help’ button and this directs you to a page full of FAQs about this particular site.

If you cannot find the answer to your query here then you do have the choice to email them at support@okbingo.co.uk. They aim to respond within two working days.

What is disappointing is that there is no contact number available and no Live Chat option. Often when you have a query, it’s nicer to speak to someone, albeit virtually.

Sister sites

There are a number of other online bingo sites that use the same software and network at OK Bingo. Below you will see just a selection of the sites that are deemed ‘sister sites’ to this brand. Please note, this list is not exhaustive:

OK Bingo TV Ads

The new OK Bingo has not yet opted to advertise on the small screen in 2020, but back in 2015, Joey Essex was seen promoting OK! Fun Bingo, an app that was free to play.

Could we see this TOWIE star advertising the new look OK Bingo in the not too distant future?

Our review summary

OK Bingo Review
3.5

Summary

We’ve only awarded a 3.5 star rating to the newly launched OK Bingo and the reason for this revolves around the wagering requirements and restrictions laid out in the T&C’s. Additionally, we’d expected more of the brand and to see some tie into the magazine in the promotional schedule. The bingo isn’t that great and preference seems to have been given to the slots portfolio.