How to find the bingo games
Once you are logged in, the homepage has a couple of rows that show recently played games as well as the next games starting on the bingo schedule. You can click any of these to open up those specific games, but if you want to see all the rooms just click on the Bingo link from the main menu at the top.
There is also a green 'Play Now' button next to where the bingo schedule is displayed. Clicking on this will also open up the bingo lobby.
The lobby will be familiar if you've played at any other Playtech site before. On desktop they have four sections along the left side:
- Session Bingo
Within the bingo section it will display all the rooms by default, but you can also click on the tabs along the top which filter the rooms by whether they are 90 ball, exclusives, 75/80 ball, specials, all winners or free bingo.
The mobile lobby is slightly different to most Playtech sites. It defaults to Bingo and shows all the rooms, but you can swipe along the top to show the other filters I just mentioned as well as Session Bingo.
Learner Room for new players
Once you've registered make sure you check out the Promotions page on Sun Bingo and find information about the Learner Room. Usually what you get is 7 days access to this free bingo room every day from 12-2pm and 6-8pm.
Details can change so make sure you check on the website for the latest information.
How to deposit at Sun Bingo
If you're on the mobile there is a deposit button at the bottom of the screen. On desktop the deposit button is in the top right. Tap or click on these to open up the deposit screen.
Here you can choose between the following deposit options:
- Debit Card
Select the method you want to deposit with and then select an amount. By default the options are £10, £20 and £30 but there is also 'other' if you wish to deposit more or less.
£5 is the minimum deposit amount at Sun Bingo, but check the promotions page first as sometimes bonuses are only awarded for deposits of £10 or more.
How to withdraw
The user experience of withdrawing funds is far easier on desktop than it is on mobile, so I'll explain desktop first.
Start by clicking on 'My Account' from the main menu at the top of the page, then select the 'Withdraw' button on the left. Here you can select the withdrawal method you wish to use. Bear in mind you can only withdraw to a payment method you have previously used to make a deposit. This is just standard anti-money laundering rules which all sites have to enforce.
Type the amount you wish to withdraw and press the withdraw button. The minimum amount you can withdraw is £5.
Now on mobile it is not as user friendly. First you need to get to the my account section. You do this by tapping on the menu icon in the top left, and then again where it says My Account. Once there, tap on the red button which says 'My Account: My Details'. This will open up a dropdown menu which includes 'Cashier'. Tap on this.
The cashier will show the deposit form by default, so you next need to scroll down and then tap on the yellow withdraw button. Finally you are able to select your winnings amount and withdraw!
So that's 4 clicks to get to withdraw on mobile, but only 2 clicks on desktop. Hopefully Sun Bingo will change this in the future it is way too difficult to get there in my opinion.
Does Sun Bingo have a mobile app?
Yes. Sun Bingo does have an app available for both Android and iOS devices, including iPhone and iPad.
I've tested the Android version and it looks near identical to the regular mobile site, so there isn't anything extra you're getting from the app other than a bit of extra screen space at the top. I found the app to be a little slow whereas the mobile site seemed faster, at least to me anyway.