Playing Bingo
Play now!

Bingo House Review - Site Reviews

It was reported to us in May 2017 that Bingo House is due for closure. The site closed on 15th August 2017 so we are redirecting our players to their sister site, Loquax Bingo.

Bingo House – is it the site where there is ‘a crowd’? Where there is always something happening that’s usually quite loud? To be honest, if you go by first impressions when you choose an online bingo site to play at then the chances are that you’ll be walking away from Bingo House. The home page looks like it has been thrown together and if the colour scheme is anything to go by then the owners probably have an avocado bathroom suite! There is little detail and definitely nothing to whet your bingo appetite on the home page of this site which is obviously a Dragonfish networked brand.

If you do choose to ‘Get in the House, open the door’ as Bingo House suggests then you will find a standard registration form for this network with the usual details required to sign-up.

Complete this process and you’re instantly ready to play at Bingo House. Even without your financial details you are able to access one of several free bingo rooms available – for more information, click here.

The lobby at Bingo House is also standard to the Dragonfish network with an easy to use navigation bar to the left of the screen that shows you several different tabs all hosting different games and special bingo games. Bingo House hosts 75 ball pattern bingo in the majority of rooms but visit the ‘Specials’ tab and you’ll find 75 ball multi-line bingo games. Of course the site also hosts 90 ball bingo but currently no other bingo variants are available. There is nothing in the lobby that indicates you are actually playing at Bingo House rather than any other brand on the network. Usually the site logo is shown on the top left hand corner in the lobby and bingo rooms, not at Bingo House, there is just the bog standard ‘bingo’ logo.

When you take a look at the promotions page you’ll find that you’ve probably seen all the offers at Bingo House at other brands and this is because the site is part of a huge network. Often being a part of a network means that there are better jackpots but Bingo House, like all the others, just does the three weekly £1 million coveralls that no one has ever won a million on.

You can forgive these brands on occasion for being the same as all the others if there has been some effort to stand out from the crowd; an impressive home page, improved deposit bonuses or at least something that’s a little different from the norm but Bingo House has none of these things to offer.

Bingo House Pluses

The below pluses are the positive points about Bingo House that make it a site worthy of your time and attention.

Bingo House Minuses

The below minuses are things Bingo House need to work on to improve their service to bingo players. If you're not happy with the site's issues, vote with your feet and play elsewhere.

Bingo House Bonuses

Bingo House offers a 150% cash match bonus to new players on first deposits.

T&C's apply - New players only. Min. deposit £10. Max. bonus £100. Wagering requirements apply.

Details on how to claim your bonus: Bingo House bonuses.

Bingo House Software, Network And Company

Bingo House runs on the 888/Globalcom software and is part of the Dragonfish network.

Screenshots Of Bingo House

Bingo House Home Page

Bingo House Home Page

Bingo House Lobby

Bingo House Lobby

Bingo House Game

Bingo House Game

Bingo House Support

If you have any issues with your time at Bingo House, you can contact the support department via the following methods:

Bingo House Licensing And Complaints

Bingo House is licensed in Gibraltar. Details on the licensing body and how to complain can be found at the licensing body's website - Alternatively you could contact the Gibraltar Gambling Commissioner by email on

UK Gambling Commission: Reference 39028

By: Nickie Shute

Online Bingo Site Reviews B index

Online Bingo Site Reviews section index

Online Bingo section index