Bingorella - £5 Bonus


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    This offer is for new Bingorella customers only.

    Click here to open an account with Bingorella.

    Open an account Bingorella. You do not need to make a deposit at this point, however you will need to attach your debit or credit card details to your account to activate the bonus.


    This site is a member of the Dragonfish family. So be sure you do these offers one week at a time.

    Open one of the bingo games and buy tickets, if you still have funds remaining then open up another bingo game and buy more tickets. Repeat the process until you have exactly £0 funds left.

    The bonus needs to be wagered through four times (£20) before you can withdraw. Wait until all of your games have been played and then refresh your balance to see how much you have won.

    Prior to a first withdrawal, a minimum of £30 must be deposited. When you do this you need to opt out of the first deposit bonus. Minimum withdrawal is £20 so make sure you deposit enough to take your total balance above £30. Note that the terms state that players must make at least one Bingo or Instant Game wager to qualify for a withdrawal. However, we have had previous success withdrawing without wagering.

    This offer is risk-free but you aren't guaranteed to make a profit.

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  • @OffersTeamPA Free £5 awarded but all winnings from this and subsequent deposit go to Bingo Bonus, not Real Cash, ie the 'loophole' does NOT work on this site. Have these new additions actually been tested?!?


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    @FreddieFact Not sure I completely understand. Why did you deposit?



  • @VladPA I always/nearly always do. My 'rule' is that if the free £5 produces less than £10 I make the first deposit, generally £10, assuming the bonus offered is attractive enough - 500% in this case. I know that negates the risk-free element but it is a strategy that has yielded considerable profits. I have made over £2k from these bingo sites alone over the last year.

    My point was that, like many of these Dragonfish sites, they have apparently closed the loophole which allowed us to receive our winnings as cash and withdraw without wagering. I won £4.30 from the no-deposit £5 but it went straight to Bingo Bonus.


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    @FreddieFact said in Bingorella - £5 Bonus:

    @VladPA I always/nearly always do. My 'rule' is that if the free £5 produces less than £10 I make the first deposit, generally £10, assuming the bonus offered is attractive enough - 500% in this case. I know that negates the risk-free element but it is a strategy that has yielded considerable profits. I have made over £2k from these bingo sites alone over the last year.

    My point was that, like many of these Dragonfish sites, they have apparently closed the loophole which allowed us to receive our winnings as cash and withdraw without wagering. I won £4.30 from the no-deposit £5 but it went straight to Bingo Bonus.

    I've removed that bit from the OP now, thanks.

    What I meant was that if the winnings went straight to your bingo bonus, I'm not sure why you then deposited, rather than trying to complete the wagering on the £5 bonus. Congrats on the £2k by the way, that's awesome from the bingo sites :D



  • @VladPA said in Bingorella - £5 Bonus:

    @FreddieFact said in Bingorella - £5 Bonus:

    @VladPA I always/nearly always do. My 'rule' is that if the free £5 produces less than £10 I make the first deposit, generally £10, assuming the bonus offered is attractive enough - 500% in this case. I know that negates the risk-free element but it is a strategy that has yielded considerable profits. I have made over £2k from these bingo sites alone over the last year.

    My point was that, like many of these Dragonfish sites, they have apparently closed the loophole which allowed us to receive our winnings as cash and withdraw without wagering. I won £4.30 from the no-deposit £5 but it went straight to Bingo Bonus.

    I've removed that bit from the OP now, thanks.

    What I meant was that if the winnings went straight to your bingo bonus, I'm not sure why you then deposited, rather than trying to complete the wagering on the £5 bonus. Congrats on the £2k by the way, that's awesome from the bingo sites :D

    Generally speaking, I find the wagering on these sites to be a waste of time, diminishing returns and all that, unless you have picked up a sizeable amount of winnings in the first place. However, I posted elsewhere that my attempts to wager through about £75 on Loony Bingo eventually resulted in 2 x £500 jackpots!! As for my total winnings, I must confess that there are quite a few of me!!



  • @VladPA To be honest, I use the same strategy as @FreddieFact - if the deposit bonus is lucrative enough and the loophole works, then I deposit and have almost always come away with a decent profit rather than just using the free £5 bonus and then losing the deposit bonus if I need to deposit to withdraw.

    That said, some of the bingo sites that were listed yesterday (Rewind, Fancy, Deep Sea, Sweet Shop, and some not listed) I found long ago but didn't post anything because winnings went into bonus funds, i.e. the loophole didn't work. Obviously I can't do them again, but have they been tested for the loophole? That said, I guess the free £5 is risk-free whether the loophole works or not, which is why I did them.

    Maybe I did post something at the time, can't remember now!


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    @MioKontic There's hundreds of these sites to be honest, be lucky if you've done them all. I find that the issue with a lot of them is that there just isn't enough rooms to be able to spend the whole balance at once, especially if the deposit % is high. Granted you can go in with a smaller deposit should the site allow it.


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    @FreddieFact @MioKontic

    You guys might be interested in some of these on here. Takes a while for us to test these as we can only really do 1 per week - https://secure.gamblingcommission.gov.uk/PublicRegister/Search/Detail/39028



  • @VladPA Definitely haven't done them all, and I've done some others too which aren't Dragonfish, but they were even worse as you got a free bonus, but no matter whether you got through wagering or not you couldn't withdraw anything until you deposited, and then your deposit got tied up in casino wagering! So they were pretty pointless, but I played one or two just for a bit of fun :D


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    @MioKontic Were they cosy games or something like that, by any chance?



  • @VladPA said in Bingorella - £5 Bonus:

    @MioKontic Were they cosy games or something like that, by any chance?

    Just had a look, and yes a few of them were Cozy Games.



  • @VladPA said in Bingorella - £5 Bonus:

    @FreddieFact @MioKontic

    You guys might be interested in some of these on here. Takes a while for us to test these as we can only really do 1 per week - https://secure.gamblingcommission.gov.uk/PublicRegister/Search/Detail/39028

    I will definitely have a look at some of these. Always happy to test anything free, but I won't be depositing anything unless I win any cash, and will check if any deposits get tied up before being able to withdraw too.



  • @MioKontic Have you done the Gamesys ones - Heart/JackpotJoy/Virgin ? Referral bonuses are excellent and paid in cash - Virgin has just gone up to £30 today. Very handy if you have lots of 'friends'. Cash profit guaranteed for the referred customers too.



  • @VladPA said in Bingorella - £5 Bonus:

    @MioKontic There's hundreds of these sites to be honest, be lucky if you've done them all. I find that the issue with a lot of them is that there just isn't enough rooms to be able to spend the whole balance at once, especially if the deposit % is high. Granted you can go in with a smaller deposit should the site allow it.

    Just another little point, maybe it's not the same on all the sites, but PA's instructions say (imply?) the loophole works only if you manage to spend the whole balance before getting any wins. In my experience the loophole has worked whether the balance is zero or not, but like you said, it is very difficult to spend the whole balance at once, so I just stop buying if I feel the amount won is enough.



  • @FreddieFact I've still not signed up with Heart even though a friend (a gambler, not a PA member) has given me a referral code; I didn't like the offer, so i've not done it.

    I've not referred to any of those sites, but I have done referrals to Dragonfish sites; don't think I've ever won anything from the £10 free I've got from referrals, but the people I've referred have won each time, so some success at least :)



  • @MioKontic The referrals are all paid in withdrawable cash, £20 each, £30 on Virgin.

    When you deposit, you get the usual (modest) bonuses. If you spend £50 on 3 of the first 7 days you automatically receive a £10 withdrawable bonus (sometimes only £5). After a week they offer a £10 matched deposit bonus, but it is paid in withdrawable cash, you can just take it straight out without playing it. So, even if you don't win a penny from the bingo you are guaranteed a small profit. There is also a daily playable game which gives free spins and occasional cash, restarts every week, and leads to a bigger free game at the end of the month.



  • @FreddieFact I've done Virgin, only got £5 so wasn't worth it as I made a loss. I know about (and have played) the daily games on Virgin, Starspins and Monopoly Casino, and in my opinion they are fixed and related to your deposits. When I first signed up to Virgin I did the daily game, got both the 5 and 10 free spins almost weekly for the first month, and got 18 free spins at the end of the month. Came away with about £26 profit I think. Since then I can't even get 5 free spins within a week; on a board of 90 squares there is absolutely no way that after 3 days of 6 picks I have 'randomly' picked 15 no wins and only 3 winning squares! And in the monthly game I manage to get 1 spin from about 28 days of playing, equal to 28 golden eggs (yes I missed the odd couple of days). I have given up on those daily games because, as I said, in my opinion they are fixed and related to deposits, and so they are gambling which I'm not prepared to do.



  • Won £22.33 off the free £5



  • @administrators I completed this offer and lost. Do I still need to wait a week before trying another Dragonfish bingo offer or is that only when you win?


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