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Bingo Clubhouse Review

A couple of years ago, no one had heard of the 15 Network, then suddenly at the end of 2012, several new brands launched on the network and what an impressive offering they are. Bingo Clubhouse opened its doors in September 2012, the fourth brand to open on the network.

The homepage is well laid out, although it does look as though it’s having an identity crisis with a cartoon like logo and then over-stylised layout. However, we don’t ponder too long on that because clever use of Flash technology means that we can see all the generous welcome bonuses and offers available at Bingo Clubhouse.

Signing up for a new account is easy, and the entire registration process takes just a couple of minutes. Once you have registered your payment details and made a deposit, you’re ready to launch the bingo lobby and play.

If you’re familiar with other sites on this network then you’ll be familiar with the layout, and even if you’re not then it’s not dissimilar to other generic bingo sites. This is an upside and a downside of course, but Bingo Clubhouse do try and offset the generic feel with clever use of colours and branding. Of course on the upside, if you’re familiar with the software then finding your way around is very easy.

From the bingo lobby you can enter any of the rooms to play bingo or to play any of the slots, instant wins and casino games on offer. The bingo comes in two flavours at Bingo Clubhouse and you can choose from 90-ball or 75-ball rooms. Playing is easy, the user-friendly interface makes finding your way around an intuitive process. Cards take centre-stage, right in the middle of the screen and ticket purchasing is above the bingo cards. Chat is on the right, and you’ll see this is clear and easy on the eye. Just above the chat box there are options to personalise your game and these are plentiful, allowing you to activate all kinds of pings and alerts so you can play your game exactly how you would like to. The game screen is very simple and even new bingo players should have no trouble finding their way around on this well-designed, graphic-rich interface.

The 15 Network is growing, but for now is small enough that Bingo Clubhouse retains its community feel and we think the games, and promotions on offer are pretty impressive. The site isn’t setting the world on fire but generous sign up bonuses, reload offers and a good-looking bingo interface should be enough to keep players going back for more. If you are already signed up to another site on the network, we’re not sure that the sites are different enough from each other to warrant multiple accounts, although players are likely to be tempted by the sign up bonuses alone.

Pros

Small but trusted network, generous sign up bonuses, sleek interface.

Cons

Limited bingo variations, limited payment methods

March 2012

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Bingo Clubhouse Information

Bingo rooms – Several bingo rooms
Bingo varieties – 75 ball & 90 ball bingo
Side games – A great selection of games available, slots, casino games and instant wins.

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Bingo Sign Up Bonuses And Deposit Offers

New players at Bingo Clubhouse can claim a welcome bonus of a spin of the Mega Wheel. The maximum win on the wheel is 500 spins on Fluffy Favourites and the minimum, well that’s nothing.

New players only | 18 + | Min. deposit £10 | Free spins wins credited as IG bonus | Wagering required x40 prior to conversion to real funds | Max. conversion £250 to real funds | Winning a prize not guaranteed | General T & C’s apply.

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Minimum Deposit And Withdrawal Requirements

The minimum deposit at Bingo Clubhouse is £5 although you must deposit £10 to claim the welcome bonus.

There are 40x wagering requirements at Bingo Clubhouse on any winnings generated by the spins won on the Mega Wheel. You must have a minimum £30 cash in your account before you are eligible to withdraw.

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Payment Options

Bingo Clubhouse have limited payment options, accepting only major debit and credit cards.

Bingo Software / Network

Bingo Clubhouse is part of the 15 Network and uses the Jumpman Gaming software to power their games. The site is operated by QSB Gaming Limited.

Licensing Jurisdiction And Complaints

Bingo Clubhouse is licensed in Alderney. Complaints to the licensing authority can be made here.

UK Gambling Commission: Reference 39175

Support

You can contact Bingo Clubhouse support in a variety of ways listed below:

Telephone: 01481 734554
Email: support@bingoclubhouse.com

Your Comments On Bingo Clubhouse

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