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(Updated) List Of Bingo Websites That Offer £10 Or £5 Free Play - No Deposit Required - £255 Of FREE MONEY All In All

hypnoticstate Avatar
8y, 9m agoPosted 8 years, 9 months ago
This is a list of many different Bingo sites that offer free money to new-comers. By doing them all, you'll get £100's for free to use on Bingo websites, plus any winnings to take and keep.

The following is a list of websites that offer £10 Free:

http://www.mirrorbingo.com/
http://www.dailyrecordbingo.com/
http://www.stvbingo.tv/
http://www.sundaymailbingo.com/
http://www.sundaymirrorbingo.com/
http://www.888ladies.com/
http://www.thepeoplebingo.com/
http://www.foxybingo.com/ (Use the voucher code: bingoten) (http://www.closerbingo.com/
http://bingo.icliverpool.co.uk/
http://bingo.icwales.co.uk/
http://bingo.icteesside.co.uk/
http://bingo.icnewcastle.co.uk/
http://bingo.iccoventry.co.uk/
http://www.icbingo.co.uk/
http://bingo.liverpoolecho.co.uk/
http://icbirmingham.icnetwork.co.uk/
http://bingo.gazettelive.co.uk/
http://bingo.liverpooldailypost.co.uk/ ********* NEWLY ADDED
http://bingo.nebusiness.co.uk/ ********* NEWLY ADDED


The following is a list of websites that offer £5 Free:

http://www.ticklebingo.com/
http://www.puzzlerbingo.com/
http://www.offerxbingo.co.uk/
http://www.sundayworldbingo.com/
http://www.totallyjewishbingo.com/ (I assume all religions/atheists welcome)
http://www.weluvbingo.com/
http://timeout.femalebingo.com/
http://www.sundaylifebingo.com/
http://www.toptenbingo.com/
http://www.femalebingo.com/
http://www.themillionpoundgame.com/ ********* NEWLY ADDED


So, if my ever failing "skills" in basic maths are correct, i make this list out to mean that, by signing up to all of these bingo websites, you are being given £255 FOR FREE to play bingo with, plus you could potentially make hundreds or thousands of pounds in winnings.

UPDATE: It has been some time now since this thread was started and people are reporting that many of these sites now require you to deposit your own money in order to become entitled to free money to play with. Please check before you sign up.
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8y, 9m agoPosted 8 years, 9 months ago
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#1
good find, just won £18 on 1st game, just need to depostin £5 2moro and then can withdraw £25 not bad at all
#2
Cant find quidco for foxy.

voted hot though!
#3
thanks for the list, i will have some fun over half term see if i can win a few quid, im not a lucky person so more chances for me the better.

voted hot
[admin]#4
Moved to misc as this isn't a specific deal :)
#5
Aren't they generally all owned by the same people so you can't do all of them?
#6
tay1982;1570073
good find, just won £18 on 1st game, just need to depostin £5 2moro and then can withdraw £25 not bad at all

I love your Math - £18 plus £5 equals £25? Don't think so!
1 Like #7
Benjimoron
Aren't they generally all owned by the same people so you can't do all of them?


As long as you use a different username for each one, it's fine. the address and card details can still be the same though. I don't think they mind having the same person on multiple bingo websites, as long as the same username is different for each one.
1 Like #8
my fiancee has already won £50 from these, i think she has only signed up to 3 or 4 so far.
#9
Doesnt work for me, i won on the 88 one the other day now when i sign up they dont give me a free tenner.
#10
odriscoll
Doesnt work for me, i won on the 88 one the other day now when i sign up they dont give me a free tenner.


That's odd. I'm getting the free £10 for all of them.
#11
PapaSmurf
I love your Math - £18 plus £5 equals £25? Don't think so!


i could only with draw a certain amout thats why lol.

anyway so far for crediting £10 into two sites i have come away with £50 profit plus my £20 back not bad at all
#12
shanecr
my fiancee has already won £50 from these, i think she has only signed up to 3 or 4 so far.


another £60 in winnings today, all from free cards.
#13
£20 of freebies down, no wins yet :x
#14
Titchimp
£20 of freebies down, no wins yet :x


same here:x
#15
lol my mum just won £35
#16
Is this working for people? Are you able to withdraw all the money you win?

I am really tempted to give this a go.....
#17
you can withdraw winnings over £30 and provided you have made a deposit. so deposit £5 and withdraw it again with winnings
#18
I am so tempted to try this, but scared i will get addicted lol.

So do you think there is a resonable chance of me winning?
#19
The JFK
Is this working for people? Are you able to withdraw all the money you win?

I am really tempted to give this a go.....


I promise this works, no risk. You should give it a go. If you do all of them, i doubt you'll get addicted. I've done more than half on the list and i've only won once and all i got was £9.00. It's actually a good way of showing you just how much money you would have lost if you had paid for it. But since you can do it for free then you don't spend a single penny of your own and you're likely to win SOMETHING from at least one of the websites.
#20
I have just won on dailyrecord.com, but it won't let me deposit money so I can withdraw money. It says my bank won't allow it, then that it can't process it at the moment. I deleted my card and tried to re-add it but it says my card number is invalid, which it isn't. Help?!
#21
ooo i won like £60 from a scratchcard
#22
I keep blowing all my winnings on the roulette and ending up with nothing, lol...
#23
Me and my brother have won about £150 between us so far tonight, done about 4 on the list :-D rep added, thanks a lot OP.
#24
Just to let you all know, i had two of the £10 websites in the £5 list by accident. I've now changed the list to match what it should be. http://icbirmingham.icnetwork.co.uk/ and http://bingo.gazettelive.co.uk/ are now in the £10 list, meaning that, going from just the websites i have listed, you're essentially getting £230 to play with for free.
#25
You can't just deposit enough money to top your balance up to £30 on these websites. You need to win £30 independent of any bonus money you get, which makes it hard to get your money out unless you're willing to gamble lots.
#26
Mmmmmm, i have doubts. I was also thinking, does this site automatically sign you up to monthy contract or anything else like that?
#27
angelfairee
You can't just deposit enough money to top your balance up to £30 on these websites. You need to win £30 independent of any bonus money you get, which makes it hard to get your money out unless you're willing to gamble lots.


This isn't what I've found to be the case. I just won another £23 and it said minimum withdrawal was £30, stuck a tenner in off my card and it then allowed me to withdraw the £33 no problem.
#28
angelfairee
You can't just deposit enough money to top your balance up to £30 on these websites. You need to win £30 independent of any bonus money you get, which makes it hard to get your money out unless you're willing to gamble lots.


To take winnings out, you need to have made at least one deposit. As long as this deposit, combined with any money that you've won (but excluding any part of the initial free £5 or £10) is over that website's minimal withdrawal limit, you can take it out.

Basically, you can never take out the £5 or £10 that you're given for free, you can only take out any winnings made by these, plus any money you have deposited yourself.
#29
Ty :)
#30
The thing is, I had £27 and something in there, so I deposited more money so that I could withdraw it, and it still wouldn't let me. I went to one of the chat help rooms on the site and was told that I had to keep gambling my bonuses until I actually won £30.

I don't fully understand how it works, but it's not as easy as it seems.
#31
I think what I'm trying to say is that it's not as easy as getting your account to £30 and then withdrawing it, just something for people to note.
#32
angelfairee
I think what I'm trying to say is that it's not as easy as getting your account to £30 and then withdrawing it, just something for people to note.


I'll see what happens when I do it.

I've done some of these before and I could just top it up to the right amount then withdraw ok.
#33
I did jackotjoy, which you have to have a deposit and won over £200 on the bingo, which werent to bad :P
#34
Are you able to withdraw your winnings?
#35
None of them will give me the bonus :(
#36
angelfairee
I think what I'm trying to say is that it's not as easy as getting your account to £30 and then withdrawing it, just something for people to note.


Honestly, it works for me and my partner. I can't understand how it won't work for you. Here's what might be happening.

Lets say you start with £10 in bonus money. You spend £2 on tickets and win £15 with that. That means you have £23 in your account. Lets say the minimum to withdraw is £30 and you have to deposit at least once to do so. You'd think you'd be able to deposit £7 so that your account is then at £30, but that's not right. You'd actually need to deposit £15. The reason for this is that you only spent £2 of your bonus money, meaning that £8 of what's now in your balance is still bonus money. So, make sure that your winnings (minus any bonus money you had left after buying the winning ticket(s)) and deposits are at least £30 (or whatever that website's minimum withdraw limit is) in order to be able to take it out.

Hope this helps.
banned#37
i just won 2 games total winning £78 payed in £5 withdrew £78
#38
Just won £45 :-D Total winnings to date - £125 on 2 sites! Plenty more to go! :w00t:
#39
Well that's me finished. I've done all of them on the list and i won a total of £118.12. If i had paid for these games, i'd be down on quite a lot of money, but since it was free, i'm up.
#40
Another £39 to add to total :w00t:

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