How to find the bingo games
When you login you can see some of the bingo rooms just below the main promo banner at the top, but its better to click on the 'See All' link on the right to get the full selection of bingo games available.
Each of the rooms you can see have a little star in the corner, if you click on these stars it will add that room to your favourites. Favourites is one of the options at the top, just below the main navigation, along with 90 ball, 75 ball, 30 ball, how to play bingo and community.
The games will be familiar if you've ever played at Foxy Bingo, Ladbrokes Bingo, or Cheeky Bingo as together with Coral these brands form the Entain Electraworks network. Bingo games such as Cash Out Bingo and Friends Bingo are exclusive to this network and can't be found anywhere else.
However, out of all these sister sites, Coral Bingo has the least amount of bingo rooms compared to the others.
How to make a deposit at Coral Bingo
There is a large deposit button in the top right of the Coral website which opens up the deposit screen. Once there you can choose from the following payment methods:
- Debit Card
All have a minimum deposit amount of £5, with the exception of PayPal which has a £10 minimum. If you have any problems there is a live chat button available on the cashier where you will get instant support.
How to make a withdrawal
It is easy to make a withdrawal at Coral Bingo but first you need to find the banking section of your account. First click on the 'My Account' icon in the top right, and then select 'Banking' from the dropdown menu. here you can then select 'Withdraw'.
On the withdraw screen you will see your options are Debit Card, PayPal or Fast Bank Transfer. Usually you can only withdraw to the same method that you deposited. The minimum withdrawal amount at Coral is £5.
Free Bingo Bonanza at Coral
Coral Bingo has one free bingo room open called 'Free Bingo Bonanza' which plays every night at the following times:
- 5.00pm - 6.00pm
- 7.00pm - 8.00pm
- 9.00pm - 10.00pm
The prize money varies depending on the time and day of the week, with bigger prizes later on at night and at the weekends. Overall there is a £500 pool of prize money Mon-Fri and a £1,250 prize pool on both Sat & Sun. The games also have three 'roll-on' games which means extra winners even after full house is called.
Before you play make sure you check the site for the latest T&Cs on this event. It can be found by clicking on 'Offers' in the top nav, scrolling down to the 'Bingo' section and then selecting 'View All'.
Does Coral Bingo have an app?
No. Although Coral does have apps for some of it's other products, such as sports betting, there isn't currenrtly one dedicated to bingo. However, it's not really needed as the site is fully mobile-friendly and will adapt to whatever mobile or tablet device you are using.
What is Coral Connect?
As I mentioned earlier, Coral Connect is a loyalty scheme for Coral customers, primarily aimed at those who frequent their high street betting shops. It basically links your online activity with your in-shop activity, meaning anything you win in-shop can be withdrawn to your online account and vice versa. That means anything you win online can be withdrawn as cash at a Coral betting shop too.
Connect card holders also get access to exclusive promotions and bonuses, although just like the Ladbrokes 'Grid' card, these offers tend to be more for the sportsbetting people. Still, if you are a Coral account holder and do like to place the occasional bet, it may be worthwhile getting one.
To get a Coral Connect card you can generate a virtual card by clicking on 'My Account' and then selecting 'Connect', then 'Join Connect'. I've signed up to it this way, but it is still a bit confusing I wasn't able to see any offers or anything different once I did it. It may be simpler to get your card by visiting a Coral bookies and asking at the counter for more info.