Bingo Extra

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Bingo extra april 2016

Since 2015, Bingo Extra has been running with a theme based on the 1950s. This is an interesting theme that you don't see used in the online bingo industry very often. Their website has a good feel to it, and it's easy to find anything you need. This site is operated by Daub Alderney Ltd., a company with a reliable history, and they are licensed in both the United Kingdom and Alderney. While this particular brand hasn't been around for long, their licenses (especially the UK one) combined with the fact that they're operated by a company that's been around for a long time combine to give players a solid place to play.


The software used at this site is powered primarily by Bally Technologies. They offer both 75-ball and 90-ball bingo, and this gives players a selection of the two most popular styles of online bingo games available. Their software selection also includes other games from Play'n Go and Realistic Games, two companies known for the quality of their products.

When you connect to play here, it'll all happen through an instant play platform. You log in on their website and play completely through your web browser. The main advantage of this type of platform is that it works on a wide range of computers, regardless of operating system or computer type. On the other hand, there is a little bit of a disadvantage in that the games often have loading times that can take a few moments depending on how fast or slow your Internet connection is.

Online Bingo Games

As we mentioned above, they primarily have 75-ball and 90-ball games. However, they have variations of these two standard styles that give players plenty of variety. For example, they have games like Win-Win that give players a guaranteed payout in a game, or they get their money back. The Bingo Progressives they have also reward every single player who is logged in playing when it hits instead of just a single winner, and that's a cool way to add some variety to the experience for a lot of players. Overall, they've added some depth instead of just offering different patterns for the cards, which is what a lot of the competition does.

Slots and Other Games

The collection of Bally online slots and titles from Play'n Go and Realistic Games gives a well-rounded selection of non-bingo options. Roulette, blackjack and casino hold'em also make appearances in addition to a selection of scratch cards and instant win games. While you'll obviously get a better selection of these titles in an online casino, the selection is wide enough to give players an excellent number of options when it comes to taking a break between bingo sessions.

Payments and Cashier

Popular credit cards and the top electronic wallets can be used here. MasterCard and Maestro are the most popular credit card options, but they also take electronic wallets like PayPal and Neteller. Paysafecard vouchers and bank transfers can also be used, so there's a fairly well-rounded selection of payment options.

Bingo Extra claims that their withdrawals are typically paid within 3-5 business days. They haven't really been around long enough to have proven whether or not this is true. However, because they're owned by Daub, a company with a pretty good history of reliable payouts, it's hard to think that this site would be any different.

Customer Support

The main option for support is the 24/7 live chat messenger service. With that having been said, they also have toll-free telephone lines for the United Kingdom, Australia and Canada. If you aren't from one of these three areas, then you won't be able to use the telephone option. Players can also send in an email, which is what we did to ask a few questions for this review. We received a response within six hours, which is fairly quick for email support in the online bingo industry.

Their support team seems like it's doing well, but again, they don't have a history of their own just yet, so we have to rely on the history of Daub.


Bingo Extra runs into a problem that a lot of newer sites run into: They seem to be trying to give players an excellent experience in all aspects of their operation, but they just haven't had enough time to prove themselves as an independent brand. Overall, there are plenty of reasons to believe that they will handle things well, and their UK license is a solid piece of evidence for this. However, until they build up their own reputation, they will still have their lack of history hanging over them, and time is the only thing that can change that.