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Have you ever won some money on a free bingo game, and before your roomies can say WDW you find out that you can’t even withdraw it?
Those of us who are new to the online bingo front may have made the common mistake before. You automatically think you can get something for nothing without meeting any requirements. No-one blames you for this it happens all the time! The offers are always so inviting and the prizes always look so attractive – they make it look so easy to bag some free cash.
Online bingo sites know that a major deciding factor when people join their bingo sites is the offer of free bingo money. Many of them promise you the moon and the stars without spending a penny. You should always tread carefully when this happens as there is usually something in the small print stopping you from withdrawing your prize, or everything is not as it seems.
Sites often offer free bingo cash upon joining their site that will have you jumping for joy but what happens when you win one of those jackpots they are always talking about whilst spending it? Generally there are withdrawal requirements stating that you need to have deposited a certain amount before withdrawing any cash, in which case you might need to put in more money than you take out! Often there are only certain rooms you can play this free cash in, adding further limitations to what at first seemed a great gift.
In sites that host free bingo rooms you need to make sure that what you are playing for is real cash rather than bonus funds. Bonus funds cannot be withdrawn and can only be played on the site, which leaves you a whole heap of funds but nothing to spend it on apart from bingo. Not great when you think you have extra cash to splash.
When sites promote free bingo – people assume that the rooms are free to all registered members, sorry gals that’s not always the case. Some sites may afford you that luxury but on others there are free bingo rooms specifically for funded players (which means you have to have made a deposit to play). So although it is free as they claim – only to certain people.
Then we have sites that offer risk free bingo games. Here you have to purchase tickets with money you have in your account, but if you don’t win you get it straight back. I know what you are thinking, what’s in it for them? Often with promotions like this there are set terms and conditions e.g you need to provide them a photo of yourself or a testimonial that has can be featured on their site.
I can’t stress this enough, always read the small print! If you are playing in a free bingo game, make sure you read the terms and conditions so you can be prepared.
Similarly you should always read the withdrawal and wagering requirements. Here you can find out exactly what you need to of deposited to be able to be able to withdraw cash, this varies from site to site. Of course players have a certain responsibility to do this upon registering but it is more than fair to say that these bingo sites could do a better job of outlining their policies. So before you start yelling OMG look at all the money I can win for free, do your research to prevent you from coming undone. Have fun peeps!
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