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Payday Bingo Review

Payday Bingo originally offered an affiliate scheme with which we could promote their brand but just a couple of weeks after launch, this was closed. For this reason we have chosen to offer you an alternative brand on the same network using the same software. The following details are now for information purposes only and will not be updated.

Payday Bingo opened on the Cozy Games software in July 2013, at around the same time the software had an overhaul and refurbishment. Part of the Winner Bingo Network, it’s a good looking site, although we feel the name is a little dubious in terms of responsible gambling. Here you can claim the free bingo and big sign up bonuses that the brand is so famous for, but it’s also worth noting early on that this site does have lower withdrawal and wagering than many on this software, which has always been a big gripe of ours with this brand.

The homepage is quite sleek and fresh looking, and while it may not be competing with the bingo giants, it’s appealing enough to hold its own in a busy market. It takes no time at all to sign up for a new account and while you do have to register a payment method, no money will be taken from your account unless you wish to make a deposit at Payday Bingo.

Once you’re ready to play, hit the bingo or games tabs at the top of the screen to be taken to the relevant lobby. Under bingo you’ll find four bingo rooms, and variety is the spice of life here with 30 ball, 75 ball, 80 ball and 90 ball on offer, one room offering each variant of bingo. Cozy Games has never been one of our favourite bingo software packages but the changes made in the summer of 2013 have really made all the difference to the site, and there’s a much cleaner, fresher feel in the bingo rooms.

The tickets and chat boxes are clear and easy to see, and the bingo rooms are easy to navigate. If you like budget bingo you’ll find plenty of it here as bingo tickets start from just 5p, and on the other end of that scale there are plenty of progressive jackpots and big pre-buy games too!Many of the pre-buy jackpots make up the promotions schedule, but there are regular network wide promotions across a host of games, and with plenty of offers too, not least the generous reload bonuses from this brand.

Alongside the bingo, Payday Bingo run a whole host of other games, about 60 in all, with slots, arcade games and traditional casino games to choose from. The games run well, and like the bingo there are plenty of budget options too!

We’re not sure if Cozy Games could ever make it to be our favourite, but the changes to the software are noted and appreciated. It seems someone behind the scenes has been listening, and finally we are seeing bingo on the improvement! Payday Bingo isn’t a bad offering at all, and we were pretty impressed with what we found. If you haven’t played on this software for a while, it might be time to give it a second chance!

Pros

Huge sign up bonuses, big no deposit bonuses, generous redeposit bonuses and bonus funds can be used on slots and instant wins.

Cons

Limited number of bingo rooms, annoying chat hosts.

July 2013

Payday Bingo Information

Bingo rooms – Several rooms available but some restricted to Depositors only

Bingo varieties – 30, 75, 80 and 90 ball games offered

Side games – A wide selection of instant win games available, bonus money can be used to play

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Bingo Sign Up Bonuses And Deposit Offers

The sign up offers at Payday Bingo are generous but not so generous as other Cozy Games sites. There’s no no-deposit bonus, breaking with tradition for this network but there are huge match bonuses on your first three deposits. The first deposit at Payday Bingo will earn you a 350% bonus.

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Minimum Deposit And Withdrawal Requirements

The minimum deposit amount at Payday Bingo is £10 and the minimum withdrawal amount is £20. You should be aware that wagering is 4x the amount of your deposit + bonus if playing bingo but 10x the deposit + bonus for casino/slot games. Also you can only request one withdrawal in any seven day period.

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Payment Options

Payday Bingo accepts a raft of depositing options, including but not exclusive to
Solo, Visa Electron, Switch, Maestro, Eco Card, Visa, MasterCard, Money Bookers, Click2Pay, ClickandBuy, NETeller and Ukash.

Bingo Software / Network

Payday Bingo is part of the Winners Bingo Network and uses the Cozy Games bingo software to power their games. The site is operated by Chelbis Company Ltd.

Licensing Jurisdiction And Complaints

Payday Bingo is licensed in Isle of Man. Complaints to the licensing authority can be made here. It is operated by ElectraWorks Limited in the UK and Cozy Games Management in all other territories.

UK Gambling Commission: Reference 39011

Support

You can contact support only by using the Web Form on the “Support” page.

Your Comments On Payday Bingo

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