Deal Or No Deal Bingo
Just in case you were wondering if this bingo site has anything to do with the TV show with the same name; yes it does! It’s the official online bingo site of the show and made its debut in early 2010, almost 5 years after the show first appeared on our screens.
The fact that DOND bingo is directly related to the TV show means that the look of the site was always going to be exactly what we expected.
There’s no sign of Noel Edmonds but there is plenty of red and blue around and the well known boxes make plenty of appearances around the site.
The front page is simply laid out with the main options appearing on a clear menu bar near the top.
Although the front page is mainly dominated by adverts for other parts of the site there is a section containing details of the current games including jackpots, time left and minimum ticket price to get in.
Registration on the site is nice and quick but you will have to provide a payment method to complete it although you don’t have to actually make a deposit.
The site actually provides a tab on the main page menu specifically for new players and outlines a clear three step process to make it easier.
Deal or No Deal Bingo is based on the popular Virtue Fusion software which is a great starting point and it’s clear that they have tried to capture some of the excitement and suspense of the show in the games on the site.
There are 11 rooms offering 90, 80 and 75 ball types and ticket prices begin at 1p, even in rooms which have high jackpots to be won.
There is a speed bingo room but it is advertised as a 90 ball one and offers the sites own take on the variant.
Prize pots vary quite a lot but on average they are good plus the site also offer a nice juicy £2500 pot with their bingo linx games.
It’s always nice when a bingo site attempts to help out their new players and in the case of DOND Bingo they have a nice little section called ‘Learn Bingo’ which allows newbies to learn about the various types of games on offer.
There are no player numbers displayed on the info box on the bingo page but there is a total player count which usually indicates healthy numbers.
DOND Bingo have a really strong selection of sidegames including loads of slots including some names you may recognise such as X Factor and Britain’s Got Talent.
There are also scratchcard games, roulette, blackjack, hilo and mini roulette to round out the showcase.
There are so many games that players can’t fail to find something they like and because of the sites solid software base the games are sure to be of the highest quality.
New players can grab a 100% cash match on deposits of at least £10 going up to a maximum value of £50.
Unlike many other sites, there is no free bingo money on offer when you join Deal or No Deal Bingo but sometimes this is a good sign that the site has a lot of other things to offer instead.
New players can also get a 50% reload bonus up to a maximum value of £25 and for 5 days from the point of registration newbies can also get access to the sites Freebie Lounge which opens at lunchtime and in the evening.
Cards for some of the games can be pre-bought and there are also some nice daily chat games to attract players.
There are some good prize giveaways on the site which include prizes like DOND hampers, bingo money prizes and even JLS related stuff.
One really nice feature that Deal or No Deal Bingo has is that they hook up with a charity and give away 50% of the pot money from a room to that charity.
The site accepts the usual wide range of payment methods and has a thriving social media and chat scene.
Players can get help from the site in the form of live chat help, email or by simply looking through the extensive FAQ from the main menu.