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Payday Bingo To Rebrand As Sameday Bingo

Posted by Nickie on: Thursday, May. 31st 2018 7:31 AM

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Over the last few months we have seen the Gambling Commission insist on quite a few changes from the world of online gambling. The industry as a whole is now more transparent with bonuses and offers, and many sites have had to reconsider their branding too. One of those that looks to be a victim of this is Payday Bingo and we think it’s the name that has caused issues.

It was on a recent scout for new bingo sites that we stumbled upon the name Sameday Bingo and when we went and checked out the site, it was clear that this was a rebrand for Payday Bingo.

When Will The Change To Sameday Bingo Happen?

We’re not clear as to when the rebrand will take place of Payday Bingo, nor do we know if players will have to re-register with Sameday Bingo or if their account will transfer automatically.

What we do know is that the site will remain on the Cozy Games software and be part of the Live Bingo Network.

Sameday Bingo

The welcome offers will remain the same at the new site too we believe. For this 8 Ball Games site it will be the usual access to the Newbie Room when you register (7 days access).

18+ only, All Players | Bingo room will be available only for first 7 days from your registration day | Card validation required | Winnings will be in form of Bingo Bonus only and Wagering (4x on Bingo) apply on winnings | Further T&Cs Apply. Full T&C’s here.

For the deposit bonus, well this will be variable dependent on what you deposit:

  • £10+ – 50% bingo bonus
  • £15+ – 67% bingo bonus
  • £20+ – 100% bonus + 20 spins on Fluffy Favourites.

New players 18+ only | Deposit bonus is based on the deposit amount | £10 min & £500 max dep | 20 Extra Spins (7 day expiry) on fluffy favourites slot game with min dep of £20 | Wagering requirements 4x on Bingo apply on deposit bonus & 40x on slots apply on winnings from the extra spins | T&Cs apply | Full T&C’s here

Why The Change?

In our opinion, the change has come about because the word payday is relative to your income, or at least it intimates a guaranteed income of sorts.

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