Did you know that nearly every real-cash bingo site also offers online slots, too? You may have to root around a bit to find it, but that’s not usually the case!
The trouble, about the world’s huge selection of online bingo for money and prizes, is that they are only accessible to players in zones with regulated online gambling. Most of the United States is blocked out, but there are pockets and even states (about the a 10th of the country) where it is being allowed.
There are sites where US players can play, nevertheless, and we’re going to review a couple of home-grown favourites, Cyberbingo and 123Bingo.
It’s powered by VistaGaming, and boasts over 30 slots in these classes:
- Jackpot Video Slots like ‘Fairy Nights’
- Video Slot titles like ‘Games Bond’
- Classic Slots like ‘Wild Cherry’
- Seasonal choices, such as (currently) The Halloween Slots Tournament, with ‘Monster House’ and 3 other special slots
The nice thing about these slots is your option to play 9, 15, or 21 line versions when you begin. The bingo here is also, of course, exemplary.
Bonuses consist of a fat 500% starter and 250% on your second and third deposits, then 150% on reloads. That is an amazingly good spread, however, don’t be surprised if the casino and bingo credits are weighted differently — typical online casino bonuses are about a fifth of this, mainly because its more expensive to play than most bingo.
You’ll find a less wacky, more conventional design and layout, and different games than Cyberbingo. The introductory rewards package is a bit more, too:
- $30 free to join
- 600% cash match
- Overall, up to $6,000 in free cash available
- 150% cash-back on your first deposit
There are over 50 online slot titles at 123Bingo. The categories are: Progressive Slots, Bonus Round Slots and Classic Slots. Don’t miss ‘Citrus 7s’, a catchy fruit machine. These titles have a definite old-school, land-based machine look. There are a full 7 progressives, which of course should be at the top of your spinning list.
These bingo and casino-game hubs both offer plenty of payment options, so you’re not stuck with a credit card purchase, in which your identity is laid bare (not safe). Two options in particular that are common to both Cyberbingo and 123Bingo are Neteller and Skrill/Moneybrokers.
With those two powerful e-wallet tools, and some other services like Diners Club to boot, you’re covered when it comes to topping up and getting your game on, safely.
In general, approaching casino games from the Bingo side will satisfy your occasional fancies, if you’re main deal is the big B. Serious casino action with live dealers, multi-player tables and massive jackpots are certainly available, if you ever want to take it up a notch.