Ladbrokes Bingo Review

Ladbrokes is one of the largest online and offline gambling companies on the planet, and their selection of betting products serve tens of thousands of players around the world each day.

Widely regarded as the best in the UK with over 1,000 high street stores, the company has also made a successful move into the online world, and Ladbrokes Bingo is just one of their online ventures.

Powered by the renowned Virtue Fusion software, the site is built with reliability in mind; and a fantastic choice opens the door to a huge range of games for players to enjoy. Add to this a great range of side games and a lucrative loyalty point scheme, and it’s easy to see why the site continues to attract and hold onto so many players.

In this post, we look at some of the games Ladbrokes Bingo offers, as well as breaking down some of the other elements of the site. Let’s begin with the online bingo games.

Bingo Games

Ladbrokes Bingo ScheduleLadbrokes Bingo offer a stellar selection of online bingo games, with 16 different rooms available to play in.

Of course, you’ll find the classic 90-ball bingo and 75-ball bingo, but you’ll also be able to try your hand at some of the less common game variants, a couple of which we’ll cover below.

Note: You can view the full schedule of bingo games by simply clicking the ‘Schedule’ button from the main homepage.

Ladbrokes Deal or no DealDeal or No Deal Bingo is perhaps one of the most popular games at Ladbrokes Bingo, and with tickets starting at just 5 pence, it’s the perfect game for those who are after nail biting progressive jackpot action, without having to spend an arm and a leg.

Games range from 5 pence to 50 pence, and a number of different games can be found, including both jackpot and non-jackpot variations.

Ladbrokes MillionaireBased upon the extremely successful TV show of the same name, Who Wants to Be a Millionaire Bingo offers players the chance to win a whopping £1 Million jackpot! Tickets start from just 5 pence – which is the case for most games at Ladbrokes Bingo – and similar to Deal or No Deal, the maximum ticket price is 50 pence.

Those are just two of the most popular games on offer, but there are plenty of others, like Rainbow Riches Bingo and Lucky Numbers Bingo. New games begin every single minute, and prizes range from £10 to £100, dependant on the ticket price and the number of players.

Don’t’ Miss: Friday nights sees Ladbrokes Bingo offer a substantial £6,000 in prizes, and is perhaps the best time to play at the site.

Side Games

Ladbrokes Side GamesAlongside their fantastic range of online bingo games, Ladbrokes Bingo also offer a great range of Slots and Casino Table Games. The latter offers a number of exciting titles, including Roulette and Blackjack, but it’s the Slots section that gives players the most choice.

Head to the ‘Slots’ tab and you’ll find a huge number of games to enjoy, with some of the most popular including Britain’s Got Talent: Superstar, Foxin Wins Again and Teddy Bears Picnic. Of course, if you don’t find the range of slots or casino table games to be sufficient, you can navigate to one of the other areas on the site, where you are bound to find something that tickles your fancy.

Your Bingo account balance at Ladbrokes is shared among all of Ladbrokes products, meaning you can head straight from the online bingo rooms to the Poker, Live Dealer Casino or Casino tabs, without having to transfer your balance or login with new accounts.

Payments and Withdrawals

Ladbrokes Bingo LogoPerhaps one of the biggest benefits of playing at a global giant like Ladbrokes, is that you won’t be limited by the payment options available to you. In fact, a quick glance at the footer on the homepage shows some of the many payment methods they offer. Alongside all major debit cards, there are a number of lesser known options.

Additionally, EWallets are widely accepted at the site, with PayPal, Neteller, Skrill and Paysafecard all available for both deposits and withdrawals. Other less common payment options include: Trustly, EPS, Entropay, Sofort and GiroPay. With all payment methods featuring either a £5 or £10 minimum, you don’t have to break the bank to try them out.

Withdrawals are usually processed within 24 hours at Ladbrokes, and while it’s not the fastest processing time in the industry, it’s quick enough for most players.

Plus: If you’re a regular at any of Ladbrokes’ UK stores, you can withdraw your winnings as cash over the counter by using the Ladbrokes card scheme. This allows you to add and withdraw funds from your online account simply by signing up to the scheme in store.