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Internet Bingo is unique bingo site based around a free-play concept. With Internet Bingo, players have the opportunity to play basic, no-frills bingo games and have a chance of winning some excellent prizes. Although all games played at Internet Bingo are completely free of charge (meaning members can have a fairly unlimited amount of fun without having to pay a single penny at any time), there are a number of problems with the site that detract from its overall popularity and success within the competitive online bingo market.
Members can register with Internet Bingo extremely quickly, only having to leave an email address and date of birth along with a limited amount of personal information. The games available on the site are fairly basic and of limited graphical quality – this really is no frills bingo at its most severe, with players having access to a set number of bingo games each day and no additional ‘add-on’ games (such as casino games, poker, keno, instant wins, pull tabs etc.). Whilst some of our readers are just avid bingo players and won’t make much use of these features, for many people these features provide a great form of secondary entertainment, especially when bingo games aren’t playable – so it’s disappointing to not see anything of this kind featured on Internet Bingo.
Most bingo players play bingo for the thrill of winning and for the prizes on offer at a particular site. Unlike other sites, Internet Bingo doesn’t provide prizes for all players that win a particular bingo game. Instead, if players win bingo games they are entered into monthly draws where they have the chance to pick up some great prizes. Unfortunately, there are only around four or five prizes available each month, only one of which is valued at $500 or more. Some of the smaller prizes are, indeed, extremely small (such as $20 Amazon coupons, for example). This is a little disappointing – even though the site is free to join and play with, the chances of actually winning with the site is tiny. Finally, as all of the prizes available on the site are funded through advertising, players can expect to be pelted with adverts throughout their gaming experience.
Altogether, we were a little disappointed by what is on offer at Internet Bingo. Even though the site is completely free to join and use, the chances of actually picking up a prize are fairly small. What’s more, the site itself lacks a great deal of polish and crashes a great deal during general play. All in all, we feel users should certainly play at the site simply for the fun of gameplay, but be sure to check out other sites if you’re interested in big prizes and additional features.
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