If you are new to playing bingo then you probably have lots of questions about how everything works. How much you can win, how much is it okay to spend and do you always have to play against the computer or can you play live with other people. This article sums up the most frequently asked questions about bingo.
Answer: Yes. All legitimate bingo sites comply with local laws and the laws determine how old you must be to play the game. The laws differ depending on which country you are in. The lowest age for being allowed to gamble is 16 and the highest is around 25 years of age.
Question no. 2 – How can I tell if I’m on a safe site?
Answer: Every legitimate site that offers bingo has a license that proves their legitimacy. The validation process happens via a third party and is very reliable.
Question no. 3 – How do I transfer money to bingo sites?
Answer: There are plenty of options for this and all of them are vary safe. You can transfer your money via bank transfers, use the E-Wallet option, PayPal or credit cars such as Visa or MasterCard.
Question no. 4 – How much can I win?
Answer: This again depends on which site you are playing on and note that the prizes are not always money. There are the free credit options, free trips, gift cards, bikes, cars, TVs and free bingo cards. It is possible to win these prizes even if you are playing with free cards.
Question no. 5 – How much does a card cost?
Answer: Another thing that depends on the site you are playing on. Bingo cards are usually very cheap. In the UK you can find cards that cost a single penny and there are also several very cheap ones in the U.S.
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