Tea and Bingo closed their affiliate program on 31st December 2017 so we can no longer promote the brand. For this reason we are redirecting you to another site on the same network.

Please note that with the exception of the bonus and screenshots, the following review will not be updated.

When Tea and Bingo launched it was on the Virtue Fusion network and they offered some of the most innovative bingo around. However, in the summer of 2013, Tea and Bingo closed their doors, only to relaunch a couple of weeks later on the Dragonfish network. The change was huge, a completely different company and software, leaving players to need to sign up again to continue playing.

The first view when you land on the homepage is that not much has changed, the branding and imagery is all the same, and reregistering an account is a fairly simple process (providing you’re not signed up at any other Dragonfish Bingo sites). If you’d like to try out the new software before you dedicate to play for real at Tea and Bingo>, there’s a free bingo room for new players for 72 hours after sign up.

Once you click the play, you’ll be taken to the bingo lobby and it’s here you may start noticing the differences between the old software. The lobby is well laid out and it’s easy to get around the bingo rooms, which offer 75 ball pattern, 75 ball line and 90 ball bingo. Once you decide your room you can head in and buy tickets. The rooms are busy and this is a very big network, but this does mean some great promotions and jackpots too, after all Dragonfish is home of the £1 million sliding coverall.

There are plenty of bingo rooms to choose from, and if you enjoy, there are plenty of instant wins too, slots, casino games and the like, all playable from within the bingo client with nothing to download. Both the bingo and games are designed to suit all pockets with lots of games for pennies, but this network also features an exceptional amount of £1 games too, more than we like!

Overall, Tea and Bingo is now standard Dragonfish Bingo, and if you’re a fan of the 888/Globalcom software then that will probably be perfect for you. However, if you’re looking for the exciting, innovative bingo that was on offer when this brand launched, then it may not be your cup of tea!


Trusted bingo software and network,  big jackpots.


Same as other sites on the network, lots of £1 games.

July 2013

Tea and Bingo Information

Bingo rooms – A variety of 75, and 90 ball rooms all opening at different times of the day
Bingo varieties – 75 ball, and 90 ball
Side games – A selection of games available from slots to casino, scratchcards to instant win games.

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Tea and Bingo Site
Tea and Bingo game

Bingo Sign Up Bonuses And Deposit Offers

A cash match bonus of 200% is available on your first deposit. Reloads aren’t offered as standard on this network.

First time depositors only. 200% bingo bonus on a minimum deposit of £10. Maximum bonus £100. Bonus has to be wagered x4 time before can be cashed out with its respective winnings. Winnings from bonus money can be cashed-out to a value of £400. Withdrawal restrictions apply. General site T&Cs apply.

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Minimum Deposit And Withdrawal Requirements

The minimum deposit at Tea and Bingo is £5 but you must deposit £10 for welcome bonuses. The minimum withdrawal is £20.

Payment Options

Maestro, Switch, Visa Debit/Credit/Electron, Moneybookers, Paysafe Card, Neteller and Ukash

Bingo Software / Network

Tea and Bingo runs on the 888/Globalcom software and is part of the Dragonfish Bingo Network.

Licensing Jurisdiction And Complaints

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

UK Gambling Commission: Reference 39028


You can contact support at Tea and Bingo in a number of ways.

  • Live Help
  • Email: help@bingosupport.org
  • Telephone – 0800 901 2510

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