Make a profit playing Bingo through cash back sites and bonus play
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Make a profit playing Bingo through cash back sites and bonus play

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Found 15th Mar 2014
I know a few people already do this on HUKD but I thought a post to outline offers would be a good idea.

So Topcashback and Quidco have lots of cash back offers for Bingo sites, most of which give you your deposit or more back, then most websites have deposit bonuses and other offers upon sign up.

So over the last few days I've signed up to several of these Bingo sites and, including cash back, I've made a profit of £260! I had loads of fun playing too!

The key is not to get carried away, but I think most people on this site are like me, and are too tight to get carried away!!

So below are the sites I've used so far with a bit of a review on how you can win... I've posted in order of success rate, in terms of cash back/bonus and potential for profit

Gala Bingo - cash back £33.60 - £30 bonus - deposit £10
Keep an eye on what you win, and if necessary withdraw whenever you win, there's no withdrawal minimum so withdrawing as you go ensures they don't dip into your winnings as you bet!

Sun Bingo - cash back £10.50 - £10 Love2Shop voucher and £20 bonus to play - deposit £10
Edited: it seems from people's comments that you can only take out what you win over £20. I've played this site with my own money and one on my mum's card, and between us we won £140 so from our experience this was an easier one to win on. Keep checking your account though and withdraw when you have any money in you 'withdrawable' section, then continue to play with the bonus money

William Hill Bingo - £26.25 cash back - £40 bonus (£20 bingo & £20 games) - £10 deposit
NB: With the games bonus you need to wager 20x the bonus (so basically you need to win £400 before you can withdraw, sounds impossible but I managed to do it and won £27.50)

Foxy Bingo - £21 cash back - £30 bonus - £10 deposit
NB: This is a bit of a sneaky site as you need to win an extra £20 before you're allowed to withdraw, and then you're only allowed to withdraw £30 or more. So basically bet big, you've nothing to lose as you're profiting on the cash back. I bet on the big win games and withdrew £30

Iceland Bingo - £10.50 cash back - £10 Iceland voucher - £20 bonus - £10 deposit
NB: Same rules as Foxy, bet big!

This is as far as I've got with my bingo betting, if any one has experienced other sites through cash back and has anything to add, comment below!

Almost all of these have tracked in Topcashback, and Gala has been confirmed, all my winnings from the sites have successfully made it into my bank account, so far so good!

And remember, don't get carried away. Hit it and quit it

Gala is £15 deposit now.
- kneale81

From my experiences so far I really couldn't recommend Sun Bingo. In your OP might be worth putting a general warning about payments on credit cards being treated as cash advances too and incurring a charge (£3 on the £10 in my case).
- morgie

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good post, very helpful, thanks.

I did the sun and got £18 from it plus £10.50 cash back and £10 voucher. It's just a matter of waiting for the cash back apps to process it all. Great fun and way of making a little extra with the chance of winning a lot!

Please only do this if you know when to quit while you are ahead!

I have literally made £1500 doing this over the past 2 years.

X)

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karlie88

I have literally made £1500 doing this over the past 2 years.X)



Wow that's awesome! Any tips? Best sites to go on etc?

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karlie88

I have literally made £1500 doing this over the past 2 years.X)



What is literal about you having done this? Either you have or you haven't. Utter nonsense so I don't believe you.

Bonacentral

What is literal about you having done this? Either you have or you … What is literal about you having done this? Either you have or you haven't. Utter nonsense so I don't believe you.



Why would she lie?

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Bonacentral

What is literal about you having done this? Either you have or you … What is literal about you having done this? Either you have or you haven't. Utter nonsense so I don't believe you.



She's saying she has. I don't think there's any room for confusion with the use of the word 'literally'

Bonacentral

What is literal about you having done this? Either you have or you … What is literal about you having done this? Either you have or you haven't. Utter nonsense so I don't believe you.



Believe me or don't believe....doesn't make any difference to me.

My latest purchase was an LG 47 inch Smart 3D TV with Freeview HD. £600 all paid with Amazon vouchers via TCB and bingo & casino deals.

Well that's £40 spent in 15 mins via Iceland (and nothing won)...hope their £10 isn't conditional on a £40 spend

pinkchick1987

Wow that's awesome! Any tips? Best sites to go on etc?



Tips? Yeah of course.

1. The deals on TCB tend to change every Sunday...so keep an eye out on Monday for new deals.
2. Check Quidco for pretty much identical deals at different times of the year.
3. The best deals are the ones with low deposit requirements and maximum cashback rates (typically these are £10 deposits with £50 cashback rates). Personally, I would miss deals where you must deposit £30 for £40 cashback etc.
4. Please read the T&Cs on both the bingo sites and TCB to meet the requirements for the cashback, withdrawal rules etc.
5. Self-discipline; if you win £12.54 then withdraw it immediately and continue to meet the betting requirements for the cashback 'til your wallet reaches £0.
6. If on a casino website, place low risk bets. If playing bingo, buy as many tickets as possible. Why? Better chance of winning. This method has meant that on average I have deposited £10 but I then get my £10 back.
7. Be aware, some gambling sites do a credit check on you. I use Noddle for free to check my credit rating every month.
8. Self-discipline.
9. Be patient with regards to cashback payouts. These can take several months. If it doesn't track...put a manual claim in! I have not had cashback refused...so far. Follow the requirements and you'll be ok.
10. Be prepared for some spam emails; so use your 'HUKD' email address.
11. This is gambling; so be careful. Don't get carried away.

I am giving this a go on cheeky bingo, it says to get the cashback you have to spend 50% of your deposit within 3 days, is this 50% of the £10 deposit or 50% of the £45?

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catg

I am giving this a go on cheeky bingo, it says to get the cashback you … I am giving this a go on cheeky bingo, it says to get the cashback you have to spend 50% of your deposit within 3 days, is this 50% of the £10 deposit or 50% of the £45?



Pretty sure this refers to the £10 deposit, and the rest is bonus funds. Good luck!

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pinkchick1987

Apart from when it used out of context and without meaning...She's saying … Apart from when it used out of context and without meaning...She's saying she has. I don't think there's any room for confusion with the use of the word 'literally'


karlie88

Tips? Yeah of course.1. The deals on TCB tend to change every Sunday...so … Tips? Yeah of course.1. The deals on TCB tend to change every Sunday...so keep an eye out on Monday for new deals.2. Check Quidco for pretty much identical deals at different times of the year.3. The best deals are the ones with low deposit requirements and maximum cashback rates (typically these are £10 deposits with £50 cashback rates). Personally, I would miss deals where you must deposit £30 for £40 cashback etc.4. Please read the T&Cs on both the bingo sites and TCB to meet the requirements for the cashback, withdrawal rules etc.5. Self-discipline; if you win £12.54 then withdraw it immediately and continue to meet the betting requirements for the cashback 'til your wallet reaches £0.6. If on a casino website, place low risk bets. If playing bingo, buy as many tickets as possible. Why? Better chance of winning. This method has meant that on average I have deposited £10 but I then get my £10 back.7. Be aware, some gambling sites do a credit check on you. I use Noddle for free to check my credit rating every month.8. Self-discipline.9. Be patient with regards to cashback payouts. These can take several months. If it doesn't track...put a manual claim in! I have not had cashback refused...so far. Follow the requirements and you'll be ok.10. Be prepared for some spam emails; so use your 'HUKD' email address.11. This is gambling; so be careful. Don't get carried away.:)



For anyone prepared to give all their details away, get a load of credit checks - that if they are wrong - will wreck your credit history and have masses of time - this is well worth it!

For the grand total of £2 a day. And that's from an "expert" in this....

Definitely seems like a great way to potentially earn 2 quid a day - LOL!

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Bonacentral

For anyone prepared to give all their details away, get a load of credit … For anyone prepared to give all their details away, get a load of credit checks - that if they are wrong - will wreck your credit history and have masses of time - this is well worth it!For the grand total of £2 a day. And that's from an "expert" in this....Definitely seems like a great way to potentially earn 2 quid a day - LOL!



Are you having a bad day? Do you need a hug?

Bonacentral

For anyone prepared to give all their details away, get a load of credit … For anyone prepared to give all their details away, get a load of credit checks - that if they are wrong - will wreck your credit history and have masses of time - this is well worth it!For the grand total of £2 a day. And that's from an "expert" in this....Definitely seems like a great way to potentially earn 2 quid a day - LOL!



As I mentioned, some sites do a credit check. Not all. Reading the site's T&Cs can quickly filter them out. The checks are also 'soft' searches, so as long as you spread them out, then there's no significant impact on your credit history.

My credit history is 4 out of 5. So much for a wrecked history; as you put it.

As a fully, qualified doctor, I earn more than £2 a day. But this is a nice little earner.

All I'm saying is that for a few hours work and with some patience and self-discipline, then you can make some extra money.

ha ha ha hugs all round

Voted hot!

Just got a question - I played through my deposit and bonus on Foxy, I need a minimum of £30 to withdraw but I've only got a cash balance of £15. Can I deposit an extra £15 and withdraw it all?

Thanks for any help!

Done this several times. One site not to use is GameVillage which appears on Quidco.

peppermintt

Voted hot!Just got a question - I played through my deposit and bonus on … Voted hot!Just got a question - I played through my deposit and bonus on Foxy, I need a minimum of £30 to withdraw but I've only got a cash balance of £15. Can I deposit an extra £15 and withdraw it all?Thanks for any help!



Yep that should be ok.

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peppermintt

Voted hot!Just got a question - I played through my deposit and bonus on … Voted hot!Just got a question - I played through my deposit and bonus on Foxy, I need a minimum of £30 to withdraw but I've only got a cash balance of £15. Can I deposit an extra £15 and withdraw it all?Thanks for any help!



I'd be wary of this working, Foxy bingo seemed the most sneaky with what they allow you to do, I'd advise checking with one of the site admin in the bingo rooms before you throw £15 at it. Have you tried Gala and William Hill? They're better as you can withdraw any amount!

Spam

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Coatze

Spam



Why exactly?

£32 cashback tracked from quidco in feb on gala bingo and won £105 but could not do this all the time!! Money not paid to my account after I had withdrawn as they require id. Only found this out when I looked in my spam mail

Cheers for help, will try contacting support

I don't know how people can play these games though, I am finding it incredibly boring spending my £10 deposit!

karlie88

As I mentioned, some sites do a credit check. Not all. Reading the site's … As I mentioned, some sites do a credit check. Not all. Reading the site's T&Cs can quickly filter them out. The checks are also 'soft' searches, so as long as you spread them out, then there's no significant impact on your credit history.My credit history is 4 out of 5. So much for a wrecked history; as you put it.As a fully, qualified doctor, I earn more than £2 a day. But this is a nice little earner.All I'm saying is that for a few hours work and with some patience and self-discipline, then you can make some extra money.:)



Soft searches have no impact at all, and don't affect your ability to obtain credit in the future. They aren't seen by any other lender, so they're fine

brilliant sun bingo deposited £10 got cashback then won £10 and had some fun while the hubby is at the pub

I have had around £500 from doing this but it's not just bingo. Casino sites that don't require you to earn a level of 'points' are also fair game when betting on red and black. Deal or No Deal on jackpotjoy was the best. £10 stake then take the first offer of £10.54 or the like and withdraw.

Make sure you take £50 as clubcard points and boost!!

I'd find it hard to know when to quit. But for all the effort of your post OP & sharing your tips - hot from me!

I good, fun way on making some money if your careful. I've done this with a few casino sites and made a reasonable profit. The only advice I can think that hasn't already been mentioned is check who actual owns the sites your using. If two sites are owned by the same parent company, e.g. William Hill, but trading under different names, then you will only get cashback for one site, not both. It happened to me once when I forgot to check.

Just got into this, I'm definitely in credit with the winnings and the cash back is a great bonus

I've done this a lot and the only one that didn't pay out was Vernon's bingo (I'm sure it came up as the Sun before?!) I put in a claim in July 2012 but it's never gone through. I've tried searching for gala through topcashback but I can't find it, only the casino?!

If you want to make some serious cash look into matched betting.

imatwirler

brilliant sun bingo deposited £10 got cashback then won £10 and had some … brilliant sun bingo deposited £10 got cashback then won £10 and had some fun while the hubby is at the pub



The Dog Inn?

Did this 7 or so years ago, easy money. Matched betting is the next step, during my peak i was making near £1k a month. Incredibly boring and anti social though so just do it a couple of hours a month now and instead concentrated on my job now a director, which is earning me far more than matched betting, spreadbetting and arbing could ever manage. Makes me wonder how much better off i would have been if i hadn't ever discovered this in a wierd kind of way!

karlie88

As I mentioned, some sites do a credit check. Not all. Reading the site's … As I mentioned, some sites do a credit check. Not all. Reading the site's T&Cs can quickly filter them out. The checks are also 'soft' searches, so as long as you spread them out, then there's no significant impact on your credit history.My credit history is 4 out of 5. So much for a wrecked history; as you put it.As a fully, qualified doctor, I earn more than £2 a day. But this is a nice little earner.All I'm saying is that for a few hours work and with some patience and self-discipline, then you can make some extra money.:)



That rating is pretty worthless as each lender scores you on their own criteria. What's important is that all the details are correct.

pinkchick1987

I'd be wary of this working, Foxy bingo seemed the most sneaky with what … I'd be wary of this working, Foxy bingo seemed the most sneaky with what they allow you to do, I'd advise checking with one of the site admin in the bingo rooms before you throw £15 at it. Have you tried Gala and William Hill? They're better as you can withdraw any amount!




I have done this - you can add credit then withdraw it to get round this problem - yes

A "fully qualified doctor" who isnt too busy or can be bothered to do this for £2 a day. PMSL
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