Wayne's William Hill Bingo Review

William Hill is one of the biggest sportsbook brands in the world.

Their bingo section isn't as exciting as some other sportbooks that have branched out into bingo, but the fact they're on the Playtech networks means Will Hill players can access a large variety of bingo rooms that are busy with decent jackpots and prizes.

I'm not a fan of the pink and pastel design they've gone for with the bingo section, which to me seems like an attempt to make it a bit more appealing to a female audience. It kind of seems at odds with the overall Will Hill branding

William Hill Bingo has all of the usual Playtech favourites but also a couple of exclusive bingo games not available anywhere else in the form of Bingo Bowl and Day at the Races Bingo.

However, the fact that they don't even have a dedicated bingo welcome offer shows they are not currently putting a lot of effort into their bingo product right now.

Bingo Games Available

Here is a list of all the different varieties of online bingo available at this site:

Bingo Games Available

How to find the bingo games

Once you are logged in you will see a list of bingo games starting soon, as well as games you recently played. If you scroll down you will find more details on all the bingo rooms available, but for me it is simply easiest to click on the Play Bingo button to open to up the Playtech lobby screen.

If you've played at any other Playtech site before, then this lobby will be instantly familiar to you. By default it shows all of the 90 ball bingo rooms, but you can also select 75/80 ball or Specials on the left hand side (desktop only).

On mobile they simply show all the rooms on one screen so you can scroll down and find a game you like.

How to deposit at William Hill Bingo

Getting to the deposit screen differs depending on whether you're on desktop or mobile. Each has a slightly different way of getting to the cashier.

On desktop you'll find a deposit button at the top of both the main website and within the bingo lobby. Click this to open the cashier. On mobile to get to this same point you have to first click on your balance in the top right, and then select deposit from the dropdown menu that appears.

Once there, you can choose to deposit via the following methods:

  • Debit Card
  • PayPal
  • Paysafecad
  • Neosurf
  • Bank Transfer
  • William Hill Cash Direct

William Hill Cash Direct is where you can go into a William Hill betting shop and use case over the counter to then play online. In exchange for your cash payment you get a 19 digit number which is then entered onto the website and converted into your cash balance.

The minimum deposit is £10 on all payment methods except for Debit Card which accepts a £5 minimum.

How to make a withdrawal

If you wish to make a withdrawal there are a few ways to get to the withdraw screen depending on device and where you are on the site.

Desktop:

  • If you're in the bingo lobby select Menu > My Account > Withdraw
  • If you're on the main website click on your balance in the top right, then select Withdraw.

Mobile:

  • If you're on the main website or bingo lobby click on your balance in the top right, then select Withdraw.

Once you're on the withdrawal screen you can enter your amount and then choose the method you wish to withdraw to. Typically you can only withdraw from the same method you deposited on. If this isn't possible then the only option available is bank transfer.

Minimum withdrawal amounts vary based on method, but typically it is either £5 or £10.

Does William Hill Bingo have a mobile app?

Yes, there is a mobile app available for both Android and iOS.

It's pretty much just the same as what you get by going directly in your mobile browser so no great incentive really to get the app.

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