Bingo Hall Review for Mac

At present is offering a 150% signup bonus on your first and second deposit. If you sign up for their email newsletter, you can receive up to 250% bonus on all deposits. There are special bonuses offered on your birthday as well, such as 300% bonus on your deposits.

You can play Bingo by getting a free registration, depositing your funds (a minimum of US $25), and then going on to buy game cards. You can make your deposit through credit cards, or other methods such as eWalletXpress, EcoCard, Click2Pay, NETeller Direct and INSTADEBIT. All transactions are done in US dollars, so that if you are a US resident, you won’t face any problems at all. The language used is American English.

You can of course play free games, but you cannot cash any free money which the site offers. You may use free money to play games; the winnings of those games you can cash, as long as it remains over $75 and below $150.

Bingo is not the only game you can play at Bingo Hall. Other than the more than 300 Bingo patterns, the website also offers around 22 varieties of slot machine games, 10 varieties of video poker and 10 of pull tabs, all of which you can play while chatting (hence called chat games). You could also play Keno.

Bingo Hall offers a lot of promotions, especially in comparison to other online bingo sites. Promotions are offered both to brand new members, as well as existing bingo players with accounts on the site. Anyone who signs up just to try out the Bingohall software will get a $5 free bingo sign up bonus.

If you are facing any trouble at all, with deposits, refunds, accounts etc you can approach the customer support team at 24 hours a day 7 days a week for assistance. player support is available through email, website as well as a toll free number, for most troubles.

Bingo Hall, an online bingo and gaming website, is owned and operated wholly by Winward Hall Ltd. It has been there since 2002. The software provider for the site is Parlay Entertainment and according to Bingo Hall, they have tried to make the software as independent of internet connection speed, internet instability and physical location as possible (which is probably required in any case if you want player retention and if you want to keep free of disputes).