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Stash Bingo Review

In November 2014 we were notified that Stash Bingo were closing their affiliate scheme. For this reason we are directing our players to another brand, one that offers something a little more but on the same gaming platform.

When you hear the name Stash Bingo you may immediately think of a stash of cash, and you’d be right to do so as this is exactly the image this site is portraying. A bright and cheerful homepage greets you when you land on site and we are pleased to say there is nothing girly and pink about it.

The site belongs to the Dragonfish Bingo network, and registering is pretty standard. You may run into trouble with your email address and username if you are registered with another Dragonfish brand, but that aside, the whole process should take just a minute or two. Once you’re signed up, you’ll want to enter the Stash Bingo Lobby and it’s from here that you can get access to all the rooms and games.

The moment you enter the bingo lobby you’ll feel at home because the layout is exactly the same as with other Dragonfish networked brands. To the left of the screen you have a menu of tabs showing what games are available. The lobby is intuitively laid out, so it’s easy to get around, and it’s jam-packed with info about the next game, players in each room and even the chat host on duty, so it’s easy to choose your room at a glance. As with other sites on the network, there’s a selection of 90 ball and 75 ball bingo rooms, plus around 100 instant win games, slots, arcade games and casino games.

The bingo is fun and easy to play, once you’re in the bingo rooms you could be on any site in the network. Tickets start at just 5p, free bingo aside, but there aren’t many cheap games on offer during our visit. The rooms are busy and this does mean big pots, but it also means less chance of a win. Chat is very fast paced, but it’s informative too, with plenty of information on upcoming jackpot games.

And if you are a fan of jackpots, you’ll find a Stash of them here! There’s progressives in the bingo rooms (and on many of the slots), and this network is home to the £1 million sliding Coverall. It’s one of the biggest games on the net and while it doesn’t produce weekly millionaires, it does throw up some big winners. The guaranteed jackpot schedule is also something to keep an eye on here, as there are some big weekly and monthly games, all with the pre-buy option.

Like everything else, the promotions here are standard to the network, and a big network does mean big, impressive promotions, however, it also means that you are competing with players across the net, so do bear that in mind when you’re competing for the prizes.

It’s great that Stash Bingo has moved away from the sickly pink and girly homepage, but once you get passed that, and once you’ve taken advantage of the better than usual welcome bonus, you could be playing at any Dragonfish Bingo site. It’s nicely executed, but it’s still just another site on the network.


Trusted software and network, generous sign up bonuses


The same as many other sites on the network, no unique promotions

July 2013

Stash Bingo Information

Bingo rooms – A selection of bingo rooms plus specials rooms

Bingo varieties – 75 and 90 ball bingo are both available

Side games – A big selection of browser based games

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Bingo Sign Up Bonuses And Deposit Offers

The first deposit bonus at Stash Bingo is 200% on transactions of at least £10. Dragonfish doesn’t offer standard reload bonuses but you can play towards the loyalty programme for cashback and more.

Minimum deposit to take the offer is £10. Maximum bonus available is £100. New players only. Wagering requirements and further T&C’s apply.

Click here for the Stash Bingo bonus details

Minimum Deposit And Withdrawal Requirements

The minimum deposit allowed at Stash Bingo is £5 however you should note that to qualify for the welcome bonus you have to deposit at least £10. The minimum withdrawal amount at this site is £5.

Payment Options

Debit and Credit Cards, Neteller, Wire Transfer, PaySafe Card, Paypal and Ukash

Bingo Software / Network

Stash Bingo is part of the Dragonfish network and uses the 888 / Globalcom software.

Licensing Jurisdiction And Complaints

Stash Bingo is licensed in Gibraltar. Complaints to the licensing authority can be made here.

UK Gambling Commission: Reference 39028


You can contact Stash Bingo support via a contact form, Live Help and using the dedicated chat help room in the bingo client. The site also provides a free 24 hour help line 0800 901 2510.

Your Comments On Stash Bingo

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