Free £5.00 to play at Foxy Bingo (No deposit required)
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Free £5.00 to play at Foxy Bingo (No deposit required)

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Found 25th Oct 2007
Free £5.00 to play at Foxy Bingo. No deposit required.

Terms and Conditons

1. The Free £5 offer is promoted by CASHCADE LTD registered office, 10 Valentine place, London SE1 8QH under the Gibraltar license of Cassava Enterprises (Gibraltar) Limited, a wholly owned subsidiary of 888 Holdings PLC.

2. To claim a Free £5 readers must register an account at foxybingo.com. £5 will be placed into the account.

3. Only one Free £5 can be claimed per person. This offer applies to UK residents aged 18 or over only.

4. Free £5 credits cannot be redeemed for cash and can only be used to purchase bingo cards.

5. Any winnings that result from purchases of bingo cards with the Free £5 offer may be redeemed for cash by providing debit / credit card details, subject to a minimum amount of £30 and if the players Bingo Account has previously been funded with a cash deposit. The Free £5 cannot be cashed out at any time.

6. The Free £5 offer cannot be used in conjunction with any other promotional offer.

7. See our general site terms and conditions also.

if you enter the code bingoten i think it may give you £10 instead. This was posted a while back but i have only had this email today. On the last post loads of people won. good luck.
- marshallka

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I believe there's a code you can enter when signing up that will give you £10 instead of the normal £5.

Also, there's a big list of these sites over at MSE, they're all run by the same people but some give you £10, although most are £5.
If you can sign up to them all (some people can't, me included, as it seems to reject certain cards for no apparent reason) you can make quite a bit of money. I believe someone made about £180 from these sites over at MSE.

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Original Poster

the code is in the post. bingoten:thumbsup:

Ah, ok, didn't see that.

lol As nadnerb said - a few weeks ago cyberbingo were giving £100 bonnus when you deposited £10. They paid out too - I know I made myself some cash, i imagine when the odds are multiplied by 10 in your favour most people would have come away with more than their £10
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