Best bingo wins?

charlottecharlotte 116 Points
edited May 2017 in Bingo

What is the biggest bingo win you've ever had?

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  • kathyqxxkathyqxx 348 Points

    I won just over £600 before Xmas - talk about perfect timing! Hoping for another big win soon, i can feel it :)

  • charlottecharlotte 116 Points

    @kathyqxx said:
    I won just over £600 before Xmas - talk about perfect timing! Hoping for another big win soon, i can feel it :)

    That's perfect timing! Bet that made Christmas even better, let us know if you hit a big win again :smiley:

  • jaybearjaybear 383 Points

    i've won a few times, not as much as £600 but a good £100 - £200 here and there, some of it being on side game slots :smile:

  • mprovodmprovod 2629 Points

    My biggest ever bingo win was over £1300 on Deal Or No Deal. I selected No Deal after winning full house and was lucky to get the highest box available. This was when completing a 6xWR on Bingo Enchanted from a 100% to £100 deposit. Usually play these high WR bonuses on high variance bingo and if it wins, finish on low variance bingo such as Speed Bingo, etc. I made over £1100 profit from that offer alone (though variance was on my side as the EV of that offer was less than £40).

    Paul
  • mprovodmprovod 2629 Points

    Coincidentally, I've had my biggest ever slot win of £3675 on the same site as well. Really surprised they haven't banned me yet as I'm over £5000 in profit over the last year:-) But their bonuses are not high EV, they just need to be played with high variance to get any profit from them so guess Virtue Fusion don't ban people much and I got extremely lucky on this site.

    Paul
  • PaulPaul 819 Points

    @mprovod said:

    Coincidentally, I've had my biggest ever slot win of £3675 on the same site as well. Really surprised they haven't banned me yet as I'm over £5000 in profit over the last year:-) But their bonuses are not high EV, they just need to be played with high variance to get any profit from them so guess Virtue Fusion don't ban people much and I got extremely lucky on this site.

    Thanks for sharing that screenshot @mprovod - that's very lucky indeed, 6X wagering on a bingo bonuses is above average, although still much lower than most casino/slots bonuses as I'm sure you already know ;)

    Welcome to Cashbacker by the way :)

  • mprovodmprovod 2629 Points

    Thanks for that:-) That's true 6x is much lower than casino bonuses, but bingo has much larger house edge than slots (I think most slots are around 5% house edge and bingo is 25% or more). So I think finishing a wagering requirement of a bonus with 20x or 30x WR on bingo would be nearly impossible.

    Paul
  • PaulPaul 819 Points

    Very true. By the way we have a selection of no wagering bingo sites as well as low wagering ones with 2X WR ;)

  • mprovodmprovod 2629 Points

    I've seen these, they are great;-) They are all from Dragonfish sites and I've read in various places that if someone takes too many of their bonuses at once they can ban people from all Dragonfish sites fast. So what I do is always wait until my withdrawal comes in and then join a new site with no WR. I think it's technically 1xWR as it's bingo bonus and needs to be spent once. Also winnings go to cash and cash is spent first so I usually first play Roulette with my cash, if I don't win I spend bonus all at once and then hope to get extra winnings from that:-)

  • mprovodmprovod 2629 Points

    Actually not sure if this is the best place to ask this (feel free to reply elsewhere or move this message if not), but how exactely does the cashback here at cashbacker work? Is it e.g. 20% of what I loose from my first deposit only or is it cashback forever (as it seems from the description)? If it's forever, is it based on a percentage of every deposit I loose or is it monthly losses (e.g. I deposit £100 on the 1st, I loose it, then I deposit £100 on the 15th and loose it and then deposit £100 on the 30th and win £300, so no cashback in that case)? Also, is there any maximum that could be given as cashback? Thanks.

  • PaulPaul 819 Points

    @mprovod said:
    I've seen these, they are great;-) They are all from Dragonfish sites and I've read in various places that if someone takes too many of their bonuses at once they can ban people from all Dragonfish sites fast. So what I do is always wait until my withdrawal comes in and then join a new site with no WR. I think it's technically 1xWR as it's bingo bonus and needs to be spent once. Also winnings go to cash and cash is spent first so I usually first play Roulette with my cash, if I don't win I spend bonus all at once and then hope to get extra winnings from that:-)

    Yes, technically it is 1x wagering, but the winnings have no wagering requirements. Bonus abuse will get anyone banned from any bingo site very quickly :neutral: We've had no reports of players getting banned for innocent play though (or winning too much) - if anyone has experienced that we'd like to know about it!

  • PaulPaul 819 Points

    @mprovod said:
    Actually not sure if this is the best place to ask this (feel free to reply elsewhere or move this message if not), but how exactely does the cashback here at cashbacker work? Is it e.g. 20% of what I loose from my first deposit only or is it cashback forever (as it seems from the description)? If it's forever, is it based on a percentage of every deposit I loose or is it monthly losses (e.g. I deposit £100 on the 1st, I loose it, then I deposit £100 on the 15th and loose it and then deposit £100 on the 30th and win £300, so no cashback in that case)? Also, is there any maximum that could be given as cashback? Thanks.

    The cashback we offer is lifetime cashback paid every month. It's based on net losses in any given month - so at the end of each month we pay you cashback based on the previous month's running total.

    You're correct in your example of depositing & losing 3 x £100, then winning £300 - in this case your net loss is zero, so no cashback due.

    There's no limit to the amount of cashback you can earn, and no limit to the number of deals you can claim :)

    TrevorPh75
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