Part of the 888 group, Sweet Shop Bingo is another fun concept delivered in style from the industry giant. With virtual cash chocolate bars, a variety of games stuffed inside sweet jars, and promises of ‘loadsa lolly’, they claim to be the sweetest bingo site on the planet. A glance at the flavours they’ve got lined-up, including slots and the good old 10p mix, and you can’t argue with that. Plus, it never closes.
Sweet Shop Bingo have 4 free games!
Playing for free is always sweet. Advertising ‘4 free game rooms’ definitely grabs your attention, but how ‘free’ are they? Quids In, for anyone who’s signed up for the no deposit bonus within the last 72-hours, can be played for free. But the other free games require various deposit amounts which all must have been received within the last 7 days to qualify; so technically they’re not totally free.
A mixed-bag of sweet promotions and great games
Some bingo cash prize amounts are dictated by the amount of players, but good winnings can be in excess of £50K. You’ll also find plenty of promotions offering guaranteed jackpots, plus a share of £10,000. The Late Night Show and Weekender both have real cash prizes worth around £700, while The 2 Million Race splits up to 2 million loyalty points between 40 winners every month.
You can play your favourite 90 and 75-ball bingo 24/7, get a shot at winning daily jackpots, plus win free spins on the slots by playing Spin-Tastic bingo.
The most popular games include the monthly £1000 jackpot at Grab a Grand, and the guaranteed money prizes on offer twice a month at Sure Win.
To start playing any bingo game, you must buy at least one full card first.
Bags of slots and roulette tables
Compared to the so-so amount of bingo games they offer, Sweet Shop Bingo have loads of slots to play, plus a few casino games, including standard and European roulette tables. The aptly named Snack Time, Sugar Train, Sweetie Land and Starburst slots join favourites like Diamond Tower and Dazzle Me, all creating a substantial, fun gaming experience under one virtual roof.
A loyalty program for dessert
Sweet Shop Bingo loyalty points are called jewels, and for every pound you deposit you get 12 of them. The program is split into 4 levels: Rookie, Pro, Master, and Champ; you become a Pro after collecting just one jewel, and then qualify for perks like cash-back bonuses, free spins, and free tickets to enter The Big £10K bingo game. There’s a long list of great benefits, but like most sites, a list of terms to read too.
Your own VIP representative
What is sweet is how you become a VIP from the first day you deposit funds, even just a fiver. In short, the VIP program works by giving you access to ‘exclusive purchases’. The more you spend, the bigger the discounts become and the higher the cash bonuses grow. For example, once you’ve deposited £50 or more, you qualify for a 25% discount on purchasing 1500 spins. Other (undisclosed) products also become available.
How to deposit and withdraw funds
You can withdraw your winnings by the same method you used to deposit funds. After requesting a payment from the cashier, payouts take 48hrs to process, and will arrive in your account in due course; as shown on Sweetshop Bingo’s FAQ page. They accept all modern payment methods including E-wallets, PayPal, Neteller and entropay transactions. You can also send a cheque or wire money across. For full details, read their withdrawal policy.
Sweet Shop Bingo’s Help pages include guides to popular bingo games, explain how progressive jackpots work, and feature an in-depth FAQ page covering everything else. If you can’t find the answers you need, you can use the live chat function or email support; they promise a response within 72hrs. If you can’t wait, you can call them for free on 0800 901 2510.
Peace of mind
Being part of a well-know gaming family means Sweet Shop Bingo must adhere to rules set out by the Great Britain Gambling Commission. Monitored under guidelines set out by the Fair Play and Responsible Gaming policies, games are tested frequently to make sure odds and payouts are honest. And if you get carried away, they also provide links to gambling support groups.