Wayne's Review of Yay Bingo
Yay Bingo is one of a dozen or so sites owned and operated by the team at Tau Gaming. They're specialists in building really nice looking Dragonfish bingo sites and Yay was one they brought to market in April 2018.
Other sister sites that are very similar to Yay Bingo include Sundae Bingo, which is pretty much identical in every way, including the signup offer.
However, if you're totally new to all these sites and want to give it a go, it doesn't really matter if it's similar to another site you've never played at!
Bingo Games at Yay Bingo
All of the bingo games at Yay Bingo are mobile friendly, so it doesn't really matter what device you use to play. It all changes to fit whatever screen size you're playing with.
Within the bingo lobby you can see a variety of bingo games, most of which are 90 and 75 ball bingo, but there are a few variations that are worth noting. Some, like Wonky Bingo and Mystery Jackpots, have only minor tweaks to the prize money to make the game play out a bit differently.
Ticket prices within the bingo rooms at Yay Bingo vary. There are some rooms as low as 1p, but most commonly the tickets are 5p or 10p, with a max number of tickets available of 96. This means for a 10p game it would cost £9.60 to go all-in, or £4.80 on a 5p game.
If, like me, you're on a modest bingo budget and will only buy a few tickets each game, you can try Even Stevens bingo which ensures all players have the same number of tickets in every game. However, the room isn't usually open until the evening.