The name of Bingo Clubhouse Casino sounds like this site is a perfect place to relax and play some games, while eating delicious sandwiches, and talking to other noble gamblers. But the reality turned out to be far from our expectations. There are no sandwiches here, only around 150 games, from NetEnt and some other providers. Table, video poker, and live games are not on the list.
The website itself looks very boring, and the support agents are not ready to help you at any time. Free spins are the best possible welcome offer, but you can also get Amazon vouchers, or even nothing. At least the wagering requirements for spin winnings are not too high - you will have to wager them 40 times.
Bingo Clubhouse Casino is licensed and regulated by the Alderney Gambling Control Commission and the UK Gambling Commission. They also hold a certificate from SQS, which proves that its software is fine.
The casino’s website looks boring, much like that of Everest Casino. Really, that background looks like old wallpaper! Besides, there are no other language options, apart from English, and the games library is not available until you register. We hoped that it’s like this because this casino pretends to be a private club for the chosen ones. But no, they hide their games only because there are very few of them.
There are some restrictions in terms of your country of residence - you won’t be able to play in case you live in France, Greece, or the Netherlands. That’s not the end of the list of restricted countries, but we are not going to mention all of them here. We don’t want you to get bored. So better check the casino’s terms and conditions for the full list.
Customer Support: You can contact the support agents via live chat and email, but they have rather limited working hours. First of all, they are available only from 09:30 to 18:00. Secondly, they work only on weekdays - there is no one to help you in case you face a problem on Saturday or Sunday. At least, you can use their FAQ.
The minimum withdrawal amount is £30, and the monthly limit is £5,000.
Banking: You can use only Visa, Maestro, and few other banking methods. The minimum withdrawal limit is £30, while the maximum limits are £1,000 per day, £3,000 per week, and £5,000 per month. To make the first withdrawal, you must wager £100 (or more) in real funds. It takes the casino 48 hours to deal with your withdrawal request.
Software and Game Variety
Bingo Clubhouse Casino offers somewhere around 150 games from NetEnt, PariPlay, and some other providers. Here are some of the games you can play here:
- Slots: Jack and the Beanstalk, Gonzo’s Quest, Fire vs Ice;
- Scratch cards: Zodiac Fortune, Ocean Fortune, Cash Cuisine;
- Bingo games: Magic Money, Glitz and Glam, Lucky Stars.
Virtually all the games are slots. Table and video poker games are not offered, and we doubt that they will be added soon.
Bingo Clubhouse Mobile and Live Gaming
Live games are not included in the library of Bingo Clubhouse Casino. We guess you expected this.
Live games are not available. Table and video poker games are missing as well.
The casino is mobile friendly, but its mobile version is even more secretive than the desktop one. To explore the casino from your smartphone or tablet, you will have to register first. At least, you won’t have to install a special app.
Bonuses and Promotions
It looks like the welcome bonus of Bingo Clubhouse Casino is the same for all those countries, which are not restricted. So, as a newcomer, you deposit at least £10 and spin their Mega Wheel. If you are lucky, you will get 500 spins on Fluffy Favourites. Other sets of spins are also nice prizes, even though they are less impressive. Amazon vouchers are another option, and we don’t think you will be happy to get them. In the worst case, you will simply get nothing.
Never thought we’d say that, but we would rather prefer a straightforward bonus of Vegas Winner Casino, even though it comes with high wagering requirements.
The winnings from the spins must be wagered 40 times. The maximum conversion amount is £250.