Wayne's Paddy Power Bingo Review

Paddy Power is another of my favourite bingo sites and I usually end up playing here after I've had a little win betting on the football.

I like the site because it looks great, has a bunch of my favourite bingo rooms and has lots of interesting promos going on all the time, usually with no wagering required. I've won a fair bit over the years and never had any trouble getting my money out, so really what's not to like?

Bingo Rooms

Paddy Power Bingo is on the Playtech network and therefore has access to a whole bunch of bingo variants such as Cash Cubes and Fluffy Favourites Bingo. It is also just one of a small number of sites who has the new Deal or No Deal Multiplier game, which is well worth checking out.

Paddy's Rewards Club

One thing I always recommend to new PPB players is to head over and opt-in to the Paddy's Rewards Club scheme. You'll find a link to it in the navigation on the bingo section.

Basically the rewards club gives you various rewards for staking £20 or more each week, such as free bingo tickets, free spins and entries into special prize draws. It is updated all of the time with new rewards and promotions, so no point listing them here as they'll quickly go out of date.

Just make sure you visit the Paddy's Rewards Club page once you've signed up.

"Paddy Power is the one of the nicest looking Playtech sites. Their Paddy Rewards Club is genuinely something that keeps me coming back time and time again."

How to join Paddy Power Bingo

Click on the link below to go to Paddy Power and when you get there have a quick look at the new customer offer and key T&Cs so you're fully aware of what you're getting by signing up.

Click on the Join Now button when you're ready to go and this will open up the registration form. Here you must enter some personal details such as your name, DOB, address and mobile number. Then you select some account details, such as password, security question and set a deposit limit.

Once you've done this it will prompt you to make a deposit, but you can always skip this part, take a look around and then make a deposit later on when you're ready.

Paddy Power Bingo Login

Once you're a member you can login using the button in the top right of the site.

If you're using the mobile app you may be able to use fingerprint or FaceID to login depending on your device.

How to find the bingo games

On the main homepage you'll see a selection of bingo games that are starting soon, but the best way to see all the bingo rooms is to click on the 'view all' link as this will open up the main bingo lobby. If you've ever played on another Playtech site before it will all feel very familiar.

On mobile it displays a list of all the bingo rooms ordered by time to next game. On desktop it annoyingly doesn't have an option to view all the rooms, so instead you have to use the tabs on the right to filter the games between 90 ball, 75/80 ball and Specials. However, for some unknown reason they haven't put any of the Deal or No Deal Bingo variants on this specials tab. They can be found in the other two sections.

How to deposit at Paddy Power Bingo

If your balance is low, you should be prompted via a pop-up when you login to make a deposit. If not, you can always click on the deposit button in the top right of the site. This will open up the quick deposit screen which will take payment from the last method you used.

Look closely and you'll also see a link which says 'Go to the Deposit Funds page if you would like to deposit funds using a different method'. Click this link and you'll then see all the available deposit methods you can use:

  • Debit Card
  • PayPal
  • Paysafecard
  • Skrill
  • Neteller
  • Bank Transfer

All have a minimum deposit of £5 except for PayPal whose minimum amount is £10.

How to withdraw

If you're ready to withdraw the easiest way is to click on your balance in the top right. If you're on mobile you will see a withdraw button that you can click. If you're on desktop there will be a text link next to where it says 'Main Wallet' that will take you to the withdrawal screen.

You can withdraw only to a method that you have previously used to make a deposit. Cards is the default option but you can also select 'Alternative' to withdraw via one of the other methods, such as PayPal.

Free Bingo at Paddy Power

There is usually some kind of free bingo to be had at Paddy Power in one form or another. Promotions change all of the time so it is best to head over to the site and then select 'Promotions' within the bingo section for details on all the latest promos.

It's always worthwhile checking because some free bingo promotions require you to either opt-in, spend a certain amount of money or enter a bonus code in order to get access to special free bingo events.

Bingo Games Available

Bingo Games Available

Does Paddy Power Bingo have a mobile app?

Yes. When you visit the site from a mobile device it does usually prompt you to download the app, but really you can get everything just the same through your mobile or tablet browser.

Tee only real advantage to using the app is a little more space on the screen and the ability to login using your fingerprint or FaceID (on compatible devices only).

If you do want to use the app it can be found on the Apple App Store or Google Play Store for android devices.

Who owns Paddy Power Bingo?

Paddy Power is owned by Flutter Entertainment Plc, who were previously known as Paddy Power Betfair. The company was the result of the merger between Paddy Power and Betfair back in 2015, but in 2019 they decided to change their name as they were beginning to acquire even more brands to their portfolio.

In addition to Paddy Power & Betfair, Flutter now own Sky Bingo thanks to the acquisition of Sky Betting & Gaming's parent company The Stars Group in 2019. This is why you'll now find rooms that were exclusive to Sky Bingo, such as Deal or No Deal Multiplier, can now also be played on Paddy Power Bingo and Betfair Bingo.

The UK gambling license for Paddy Power appears on the UK Gambling Commission website as PPB GE Limited.

How to contact Paddy Power Bingo

I'm not a big fan of the Paddy Power help page if I'm honest with you. Scroll to the footer and click on the Help link opens a basic FAQ without any obvious means to telephone, email or even live chat with an operator. Even when you click on the Contact Us tab it just shows what appears to be another set of FAQs.

However, If you click on any of this secondary list of questions you get the option to 'Message Us' which basically opens up the live help.

If you're on twitter you can also try @AskPaddyPower which appears to be quite an active account for helping all customers of PP, not just the bingo.

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