No Wagering Bingo Sites Are The Real Deal
All details below were correct when published on 26th July 2017. 18+. UK Only. Wagering terms and conditions apply. Please gamble responsibly.
Over the last few months you might have noticed that a number of new sites have launched on a brand new network. At first glance that new network looks uncannily like the Dragonfish one and you’d be forgiven for thinking there’s nothing new. However, whilst yes this new network is powered by Dragonfish there is a massive difference. That difference is that this network has no wagering terms.
Wagering terms can be the bane of many bingo players lives! Quite often it’s difficult to know where you are with bonuses, withdrawals and how much you need to spend or will lose should you want your winnings. The new Real Money Network aims to make life much easier for players by doing away with bonuses. No bonuses means that all wins are paid out in cash and you don’t have to worry about wagering x2, x4 or more before you can get your winnings.
Why Has No Wagering Bingo Appeared?
The arrival of this kind of bingo coincides with taxation changes on bonus money. Up to now the Point of Consumption tax only applied to real wagers. However, the Government have now decided to increase the tax burden on gambling operators and grab a share of the bonuses too. For many operators this will make bonuses a less viable option! Many will now look for alternatives – such as real money wagering. We know that Cozy Games will do away with all their no deposit offers for newbies and replace them with free bingo rooms! News also reaches us that Welcome, Lucy, Good Day and Peeps Bingo have ditched their no deposit bonuses!
In short, as a bingo player, expect to see a sea of change over the next few months!
Deposit £10 For £70 Of Bingo Tickets
Back to no wagering bingo sites! At present there are five brands on the network – Zinger, Hunky, Blighty and Queen Bee (all owned by Tau Gaming) and Real Deal (owned by Ignite/Mandalay Media). There’s not much difference in all the sites! Although bonuses aren’t part and parcel of these brands, players still get rewarded. For example first depositors receive £70 of bingo tickets on a first deposit of £10. These tickets can be used for a daily £250 jackpot game and a monthly £10K game.
New players also get free spins on their first deposit. And there are spins available daily at some of the brands. Any wins from these spins are paid out as real cash. So, again you don’t need to worry about sky high wagering terms should you win.
The Price Of No Wagering Bingo
Unfortunately no wagering bingo does come at a price! Firstly wins from free spins are capped – so don’t expect to be walking off with loads of dosh should the reels land nicely for you. Secondly the withdrawal limit at these sites is slightly higher than other Dragonfish brands. For example, the minimum withdrawal at Queen Bee is £35 compared to £10 at a site like Foxy!
As a bingo player it’s up to you to decide whether real wagering is better than bonuses! We anticipate the former will become more prevalent in the coming months whilst bonuses may well be phased out over time. What will be exciting is seeing what operators can come up with to keep players interested and rewarded in place of bonuses.
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