£5 Deposit Bingo Sites
- Most bingo sites require a minimum £10 deposit
- These bingo sites will give out a welcome offer on a £5 deposit
- A further deposit may be required before any withdrawals are allowed
- Subsequent deposits may need to be £10 or more to attract a bonus
Snowy Bingo is a wintry themed Dragonfish network bingo site. It is one of the 888 house owned sites and that means a very…
This big name Virtue Fusion site has a large selection of games and promotions (including some exclusive ones) every day, all delivered with a…
Vernons was already a reliable and trusted name in gaming long before the computer age. This venerable company offers a good variety of games…
Rewind Bingo is powered by Dragonfish and is the most recent bingo site launch by Ignite/Mandalay Media, the people behind Costa Bingo and a…
Kingdom of Bingo is a Dragonfish powered bingo site from the same stable as Costa Bingo and some of its bingo rooms and games…
Treasure Bingo is a pirate themed Dragonfish powered bingo site from the people who brought you Costa Bingo and its sister sites. It has…
This Dragonfish site is associated with the giant High Street retailer of frozen foods and often gives away Iceland Foods vouchers as prizes. It…
Safari Bingo is a Dragonfish bingo site that has been around since the early days of online bingo and has recently had a complete…
Big Tease Bingo is a Dragonfish powered bingo site but unlike the majority of such sites it is NOT on the Dragonfish network. Instead,…
Costa Bingo is the biggest and busiest site in the Ignite/Mandalay Media group of sites and is the original home of the Friday night…
£5 Deposit Bingo
The industry standard minimum deposit for online bingo is £10 and this generally applies both to a first deposit and to reloads. It is such a generally accepted standard that welcome offers are commonly publicised based on a £10 deposit - e.g. "Deposit £10, get £40 to play" even when they are actually percentage based offers with a maximum deposit that is considerably greater than £10.
Some players, however, may feel nervous about depositing £10, especially if they have not played online bingo before, either at all or using that particular software or network. £5 somehow seems like a much smaller sum than £10 to risk, and indeed (depending on where in the UK you live) it can be less than the price of a couple of coffees, so it is not surprising that some people feel more comfortable kicking off their adventures in online real money gaming with this rather modest sum.
There are a couple of things to watch out for with bingo sites that allow deposits of £5 though. One is that some of them allow deposits of £5 but have a smaller percentage bonus (or in a few cases no bonus) for a £5 deposit. Sugar Bingo
for instance used to offer a decent bonus for a £5 deposit, but a better one for a £10 deposit, and an even better deal including some free bingo tickets for a £20 deposit and this deal clearly worked well as it was still in place a year after launch.
Another is that some sites have a minimum deposit that has to be made before you can withdraw any winnings; this is frequently £10 but on some bingo sites, including a number of Dragonfish bingo sites
it is as much as £30. The best place to look for £5 deposit offers if you want to avoid this type of restriction is on the Virtue Fusion
network. Of the big sites there, Paddy Power Bingo
almost always has a £5 deposit offer and other sites have them from time to time.
Something else to consider if you only want to deposit £5 is how far that will actually go. If the usual card price is 50p, for instance, you could run out of money very quickly even with a generous deposit bonus. One possible solution is to sign up with a bingo site that offers a lot of penny bingo
as well as a £5 deposit offer.
£5 really is the bottom line though as far as minimum deposit goes. The only exception we have been able to find is the mobile casino/bingo site mFortune
, where the minimum deposit is just £3. They also offer a £5 no deposit bonus making them very attractive to the canny player (and we approve of their approach to wagering requirements, too).
If you don't even want to deposit that much the final alternative is to play with one of the many no deposit welcome bonuses
that are available but again, bingo sites that offer these usually have a rule about a minimum deposit that must be made before any winnings can be withdrawn.