Unibet Bingo Review

Unibet.com is one of the most successful gaming websites in the world with more than 14.1 million registered users from 100+ countries. They offer everything from online poker to sports betting and, of course, online bingo. Solid financial standing and gambling licenses in the UK, France, Belgium and other regulated markets all go to show that Unibet is a serious and safe place to play online bingo for real money.

Unibet

Unibet

Unibet Bingo has a lot going in its favour. A reputation for trust, large variety of bingo games and a nice lineup of beginner rooms make Unibet a strong first choice.

Pros

  • Unibet is a safe and established bingo site
  • Brilliant software and interface
  • Access to free beginner rooms for 14 days

Cons

  • Promotional offering is sparse

Overall Rating

Reputation

Promotions

Game Variety

Community

Unibet Info

  • Bingo Site: Unibet
  • Website: www.unibet.com/bingo
  • Established: 1997
  • Country: Malta
  • Support: E-mail, live chat and phone
  • Minimum Deposit: €10

Software and Game Variety

This is definitely one of the better software offerings in online bingo. One thing we have found when reviewing other bingo websites is slightly dated and/or slow-loading software and graphics. Other sites aren’t terrible by any means, but Unibet is clearly a step above the industry average in terms of graphics and overall usability.

Unibet Bingo stands out from other online bingo sites in that it takes a more “grownup” approach to bingo. Whereas other bingo websites might feature pastel color schemes and furry mascots dancing around, Unibet Bingo utilizes green felt and big jackpots to advertise its wares. All cosmetic differences aside, Unibet is just as focused on fun as any of its competitors.

And speaking of fun, Unibet has some of the biggest bingo jackpots you will find anywhere. One progressive jackpot, for example, exceeded £170,000 at the time this Unibet Bingo review was published. We still haven’t seen a larger jackpot anywhere else to date and that’s not even the only progressive jackpot on offer at Unibet.

There are six main bingo rooms and each has a distinctive flavour. You can head to the Arena for the biggest jackpots of all, the Podium for buy-one-get-one free games and so on. Ticket prices range from absolutely free to as much as £2 per ticket in the high-roller games. Most games are on the cheaper end of that range, but you can tailor the experience to your budget however you want by choosing the right room and buying as many tickets as you want in any game.

Game variety is somewhat limited as Unibet Bingo only offers 75-ball and 90-ball games. Within each of those main types, however, are many individual games that each takes a different approach to the game. For example, they have speed bingo games, guaranteed jackpot games, BOGO games and progressive jackpot games. You can also choose from a wide assortment of side games such as slots and keno.

The community aspect is also somewhat limited. You can chat with your roomies like you would expect, but the website itself does not place much of an emphasis on getting people to meet up, chat and form a vibrant community. The lack of a truly involved community is perhaps the biggest downside to playing at Unibet.

Deposits and Withdrawals

As an established international gambling site, Unibet.com caters its list of deposit methods to your location. In the UK and Europe, the most popular options for funding accounts are credit/debit cards, Paysafecard, Skrill, Neteller, bank transfer and deposits via phone. If you live elsewhere, your list may look different. No matter what, you’ll have at least a few options to choose from.

Payouts can be issued via a variety of methods as well. In many cases, you can simply ask Unibet to credit any winnings back to the same credit/debit card that you originally used to deposit. Other options include bank transfers and payouts back to your Skrill or Neteller account.