Fans of the immensely popular ITV show of the same name will be over the moon to learn that they now have a sunny new bingo site to play on.
Benidorm Bingo is backed by the production company that also produces the show which explains the similarity in appearance.
You might also be pleased to know that the show will make a welcome return to our screens in 2013 as they’re filming the 6th series right now.
The pink and blue colour scheme will be familiar to many and new visitors will find the front page of the site refreshingly simple.
The palm tree and neon text of the logo bring to mind a classic Spanish holiday scene. The lilos and blue sky of the background make you feel like you could be sitting on a beach somewhere playing bingo on your laptop and sipping a cocktail.
One of the most dominant features on the page is a box explaining why you should choose Benidorm Bingo which is unusual but there’s also some scrolling info text letting visitors know what’s been happening.
The usual selection of options are shown on the blue menu bar including a handy ‘Getting Started’ guide.
The most useful option has the be the bingo tab which contains a bingo guide, a schedule and a load of information about the various game types that you can play.
The main game
Benidorm Bingo uses Virtue Fusion as its software base and so the bingo experience will be familiar to many players and of course has all of the safety and reliability benefits of using established software.
In keeping with the software it uses, 90, 80 and 75 ball game types can be played here over an inviting selection of rooms.
There is a 90 ball speed bingo room and three 75 ball rooms as well as the main large prize rooms plus some themed ones such as Deal or No Deal Bingo thrown in too.
The card prices go from 1p each to 50p each and there always seems to be plenty of players in the rooms with the biggest jackpot ones having the most as you might expect.
One of the best features of Benidorm Bingo is the Bingo Studio Live room where real bingo callers run daily live games.
Playing a live caller game in a really involving way to play the game and re-captures some of the fun of the original bingo halls where many people used spend their evenings.
The huge range of games on offer are a real plus point for Virtue Fusion based sites and there are some cracking ones to choose from.
Popular slots like X Factor, Big Brother, Deal or no Deal and the Nest Egg regular slot games are always fun to play when you get bored of just bingo.
In addition to the plentiful regular slot and progressive slot games there are a few multiplayer sidegames, scratchcards for a bit of instant excitement, progressive big jackpot scratchcards, blackjack, roulette and hilo.
The sidegames are easily accessible while you’re playing the main game and some of them may even offer even bigger prizes than the bingo rooms themselves.
Offers and Deals
Much the same as similar site Deal or no Deal Bingo, Benidorm Bingo does not offer a free bingo money bonus when you join.
However, sites that don’t seem to be that flashy with the cash bonuses up front can often turn out to be better in other areas.
There is a 200% cash match bonus for new players and a 100% one for new players who make another deposit.
The site has a welcome lounge for players who have just signed up offers them a nice introduction to bingo including some free games.
Each and every Monday there is also a separate free bingo room but it requires a deposit of ten pounds the week before to gain access.
The main rooms are home to the hottest bingo on the site though and prizes of £25,000 can be played for while special events are running.
There is no specific loyalty scheme operated by the site but for big spenders, the VIP room welcomes you with open arms and offers some nice juicy jackpots.
Like most sites these days, Benidorm Bingo has a vibrant chat scene where you can make new friends and boast about your winnings.
Experienced chat hosts are always on hand to answer any game related questions you might have and if all else fails you can get help from the FAQ, live help or by simply emailing them directly.