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Virgin Bingo

Date reviewed: Thursday 17th of December 2015

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Virgin Bingo Review

Virgin Bingo is the latest gaming site to come onto the scene from the Virgin Games network. It is instantly recognisable as a Virgin product with the classic Red and White colour scheme and quirky style, which instantly puts you at ease as you sit down to play bingo. Like all of the Virgin Games sites, Virgin Bingo is powered by Virtue Fusion, one of the most popular bingo platforms on the web.

Virgin Bingo is licenced and regulated in Gibraltar under the strict laws of the European Union. The bingo software is developed and maintained by Parlay, who is a leading online gaming software company.

Virgin Bingo homepage and Bingo rooms

Gameplay - 8.5/10

Virgin Bingo has a good variety of 90 ball bingo games, which are available in free play and play for money versions. My particular favourite game is power pots, which you can play any night of the week. With power pots the bingo cards are 25p each or a strip of 6 cards for a £1 and you can win jackpots up to £200 with a guaranteed £1250 given away every night. The cheapest cards I found at Virgin Bingo were 10p each, which isn’t bad considering that they allow you to play for the Saturday night £10,000 super jackpot.

There are some really nice touches in the Virgin Bingo games that make things more fun and exciting. Watch the colours of the cards change when your numbers start coming in, indicating that you’re closing in on a win. If you see a red card appear at the top of the screen you know that you only have one more number to get, which definitely gets the pulse racing. The chat rooms are friendly and I found CM’s were helpful and quite amusing at times. Watch out for the odd celebrity dropping in for a game every now and then, occasionally they pop in for a few games.

One down side for me was the way other games like slots, video poker etc don’t open in the same window as your bingo game at Virgin Bingo. This meant I had to switch between my bingo game and whatever I happened to be playing, which is just a tad inconvenient.

Promos - 8.5/10

All new players at Virgin Bingo are welcomed with a £30 bonus when they spend a minimum deposit of £10. Also keep a look out for the many changing daily and weekly promotions.

Players can also earn V*points on games played right across virgin games. V*point can be converted in to many prizes, players can convert V*points back into cash, donate to charity, virgin flying club miles, vouchers to purchase virgin goodies, like wine and cosmetics and virgin experiences which includes rally driving or a relaxing spa day. Please do make sure you fully understand how the V*points system works.

Transactions - 7/10

One noticeable thing Virgin Bingo lacks is a good variety of payment options. At the time of writing my options were limited to Credit or debit card, Maestro, Switch or Solo. I always like to have the option of paying by money transfer, such as NETeller or Firepay.

Withdrawals from Virgin Bingo are simple and problem free. Simply use the navigation area on the left of your screen, which will take you to your account. Once there you can make withdrawals onto the card you registered with.

Customer service - 8.5/10

Virgin Bingo runs a tight ship when it comes to customer service. First port of call should be the CM’s, who are always friendly and helpful and can be found easily in the chat rooms during bingo games. If your enquiry is not urgent then you can always send an email to their support team. This is usually answered within 45 mins to 2 hours, depending on how busy they are. Alternatively you can consult the Virgin Bingo F.A.Q section, which is pretty comprehensive. If all else fails there is a free UK phone number available 24/7. This is usually pretty good, although at busy times you may have to wait up to 20 mins.

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