There’s A Free Bingo Tournament At Snappy

All details below were correct when published on 17th February 2016. 18+. UK Only. Wagering terms and conditions apply. Please gamble responsibly.

Snappy Bingo is a sister site to Penny but whilst we tell you about all the latest promotions, Snappy is a place you can play. It’s on the Live Bingo Network powered by Cozy Games and offers plenty of great games and slots. New players are even offered a £15 no deposit trial – although don’t forget that wagering terms do apply!!


Every month Snappy, and indeed all the other brands that make up the network, run a number of offers including a Free Bingo Tournament. The tourney is split into two parts – Level 1 and Level 2. Level 1 takes place from midnight to 8pm and there are 6 games every hour. There’s 50p if you win a line or full house plus a a free ticket to get involved with Level 2.

It’s not big bucks, but it’s free to take part in Level 1 provided you’re a qualifying depositing player. Level 2 takes place from 8pm to midnight and there are four games every hour. You can use tickets that you’ve won in Level 1 games to take part or buy-in for 10p a ticket. The full house prize is just £2! Those of you paying to play may find bigger jackpots to chase in the 30, 75, 80 and 90 ball rooms at Snappy.

As mentioned, the free games are for depositing players only – and there’s an extra benefit for depositors! For seven days after funding your account you can login to Snappy Bingo and claim a £1 bonus free. You don’t have to play either – just remember to login and claim! The bonus does come with wagering terms so do be aware of that.

Finally if you like to keep an eye on your bingo spend, then session bingo is ideal. You pay a fixed sum for an hour of play and and can take part in all the games within the session room. Snappy and other LBN sites run daily session hours from 9pm to 10p in the Victoria 90 room. For just £5 you’ll get £6 worth of bingo cards which will give you 20 cards for six games during the hour. Each game has a £100 pot.