How To Redeem Bingo Bonuses

In online bingo, one of the most attractive elements is promotions and bonuses and with hundreds of different sites that players can choose from, it means that there are just as many promotions.

These can, of course, differ substantially because there are many types of bonuses available while these can be structured in a number of ways depending on the bingo website.

When it comes to redeeming a bingo bonus, there is usually a process that you need to follow that is often easy to understand though some can differ. Arguably the best thing to do is check the terms and conditions of the online bingo site just to be sure.

However, below is a general step-by-step guide of what you usually need to do in order to redeem your bingo bonus.

Sign up to a bingo site

Once you have chosen a bingo site that you like, the first thing that you should do in order to get your bonus is click on the ‘registration’ or ‘sign up’ option, where you will then be directed to another page.

It could be the case that some bingo sites have a choice of bonuses for you to decide on and you can often just click on any of these to be then taken to another page. Every bingo site is different as you will find out at where there is a plethora to choose from.

Once you land on the registration stage, this is normally a three-stage process, where you will be required to enter details into various fields, such as name, email address, and residence as well as tick a couple of boxes.

Make a deposit

If the bonus is not a non-deposit bonus (where you receive bonus funds immediately on registration), then you will be required to make a deposit first.

In order to do this, you will need to select the deposit method that is best for you and most bingo sites usually have a selection available, including Debit card options, internet payment gateways such as PayPal, Neteller, and Skrill, Paysafecard, and Pay By Mobile as well.

Depending on the terms and conditions of your bonus, there could be a minimum deposit limit in place. This means that in order to receive this you have to action a deposit of at least that amount.

Sometimes, you may also need to enter in a bonus code as well – some bingo sites still do this, however, it is worth checking the terms and conditions to make sure.

In-play bonuses

You may also receive bonuses that are separate from the welcome bonus and they could either land in your email inbox with instructions or you might find them on the bingo site. Again, this could be a deposit bonus, or in fact, it could be that you need to redeem it by a certain date, so it is definitely worth checking.

Mobile bonuses

There are some bingo sites where you can only redeem bonuses via the mobile app and, as a result, these are for mobile players only. Before you sign up to a bingo site, it is worth visiting it on a mobile device to see if the bonuses are the same as on a desktop.