Bingo is the favourite hobby of thousands of people all over the world as it is a fast-paced and exciting game. Unfortunately, most of us don’t always have the means or even the time to visit bingo lounges or casinos in order to play a few rounds. Luckily, with the invention of the internet, all bingo fans are now able to enjoy the game online for free or at least at a very low fee.


One of the advantages of online bingo is that it allows players to enjoy the game from the comfort of their own home as long as they have a computer and a decent internet connection. Registration is usually free and many games can be played with just one cent. If you’re not after big bingo bonuses or cash prizes, you can find plenty of websites which offer their players the opportunity to play bingo absolutely free. The advantage of sites like these is the ability to enjoy the game without having to worry about extra costs and charges.

Many bingo websites offer frequent promotional activities to keep the players interested and make sure they return as often as possible to play a couple of exciting games of bingo. Most sites (even free websites) organise monthly draws where fantastic prizes are given to lucky winners. Anyone who is interested in this game can go and find a suitable website, sign up and deposit some money (or not) to be able to play.

Once registered with your chosen site, you have access to all the games on that website as well as online communities, forums and chat rooms frequented by enthusiastic bingo players eager to share their stories. Online bingo sites give bingo fans the chance to enjoy their favourite game as well as make new connections and friends. Bingo chat rooms are perfect for sharing tips and strategies for the games as well as blowing off steam if things are not going your way. Make sure you choose a reputable website to ensure that your registration information is kept confidential and private and that you are provided with a password and username to access your account.

Gamble Aware ( is managed by the Responsibility in Gambling Trust, an independent charity which funds treatment, research and education about responsible gambling. The website has been developed by a Task Force made up of representatives from the Gambling Commission, DCMS, academia and industry.

Gary Beal