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Treasure Bingo was launched back in 2014 and uses the Dragonfish software.
First impressions: The first thing you’ll notice is that the theme of Treasure Bingo is all about pirates and treasure islands.
It’s very colourful and makes a welcome change from many of the other online bingo sites that look quite bland.
Even if pirates aren’t your thing you’ll find the design pretty easy on the eye and it’s nice that they’ve made an effort.
Software: Treasure Bingo use the popular Dragonfish software that a lot of Bingo sites use these days.
One thing I like is that there is no download required.
You simply play through your web browser.
Mobile Friendly: You can also play on your iPad or mobile device.
Deposit methods: You can deposit by debit or credit card, a paysafecard or by wire transfer.
Minimum deposit: The minimum deposit is only £5.
Withdrawing: The minimum withdrawal amount is £30. Withdrawals are processed within 48 hours and you will need to provide id such as a passport or drivers license to prove that you are over 18.
So don’t deposit if you can’t provide a scanned copy or photo of your government ID, a driver’s license OR passport. otherwise you wont be able to withdraw.
Support Response Time: I sent Treasure Bingo an email to their address Support@supportbingoonline.com at 7:04pm asking them a simple question. I received a response at 6:18pm the following day so if you contact support then you can expect a reply within 24 hours.
You can also get immediate assistance by calling them on 0808 238 7546
And if you don’t mind other people seeing your question you can ask it in the Treasure Bingo chat box where some of the support staff hang out.
You can see theire full contact details here.
What games do they have?
- 90 ball
- 75 ball
Treasure Bingo also have a selection of slots, scratch cards and casino games such as roulette and blackjack.
You can see the full list of games they have here.
Stakes: Most of the games running on Treasure Bingo are 1p, 5p and 10p games and they run regularly.
Free Bingo: If you’re looking to play some bingo for free then you may want to checkout Treasure Bingo because they have free games running often with jackpots of £1-£15.
Jackpots: At Treasure Bingo there are a few nice jackpots that offer a lot of value and a chance to win a good chunk of money.
- On Mondays at 9pm they have the “Cash Attack” which is 75 ball bingo for 10p and you can win £2,500.
- And they also have a daily £1,000 jackpot at 7pm which is 5p 90 ball.
You can learn more about their jackpots here.
Promotion & Bonuses: Treasure Bingo have a number of bonuses including a second and third deposit bonus.
Their main bonus offer is the 300% sign up bonus on deposits between £5-£20.
So if you deposit £20 this will give you an extra £60 to play with.
According to the terms and conditions of this bonus you must wager 4 times the total amount of the deposit + bingo bonus funds before you can withdraw any of the bonus fund money.
They also have a £5 no deposit bonus as long as you register with a valid debit or credit card.
You can see the bonuses that Treasure Bingo have on offer here.
Conclusion: After spending some time playing on Treasure Bingo I feel like the software and design is very nice and everything runs smoothly but I don’t think I’d make it my regular bingo site.
They have games running regulary but the prizes are small.
I found that the chat box was pretty barron and despite there being plenty of people online nobody was really chatting which felt strange and almost made me feel a bit lonely.
So if you’re looking to chat, have fun and make some new bingo friends then Treasure Bingo probably isn’t for you but if you just want to play some bingo and you like they design then give it a try.