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Paysafecard Bingo Sites

Paysafecard is a secure prepaid voucher payment system that replaces Ukash.  Paysafecards can be purchased with cash.  Until recently they could only be used to deposit but some sites now offer withdrawal to a myPaysafecard account.


  • Bringo Bingo is a Dragonfish / Cassava / 888 bingo site from Ignite, the people behind Costa Bingo.  Themed on a fictitious TV quiz show, it has all the Ignite network promotions including various jackpot games and the Friday free £1000 games for depositors.   read more...

    * 300% Bonus: Non-funded players only. Offer valid once per player until further notice. Min dep. £5. Max bingo bonus £60. No code required. Wagering requirements: 4x Bonus & 4x Deposit. Bonus for bingo games only. Full T&Cs apply. 18+ only..

  • Paddy Power Bingo is a big name Playtech / Virtue Fusion bingo site with a large selection of games and promotions (including some exclusive ones) every day, all delivered with a unique sense of humour - only Paddy Power could have a promotional campaign fronted by a giant pink mechanical pooping pigeon (which still lives on in the form of read more...

    * 18+ New customers only, min stake £10 within 30 days of creating a chat name, bonus is split with £15 towards bingo tickets (X5 wagering requirement) and £25 on slot games (X20 wagering requirement). Only deposits made using Cards or Paypal will qualify for this promotion. Full T&C’s apply–see offer details below. Please gamble responsibly..

  • Bgo is a Playtech bingo site with a unique welcome offer with no wagering requirements ever.  It is a top choice for slots players as well as for bingo players, featuring regular slot tournaments (one of which has a massive £10,000 cash to be won every week) as well as a huge range of slot games from different providers. read more...

    * 18+, new customers only. 100 Candy Club Points for every £10 deposited on 1st deposit up to 500 points. £10 min deposit and 2.5% fee (min 50p), 90 day expiry on Candy Club points. Use code BINGO. Cash balance withdrawable at any time, £2.50 fee. Candy Club Points can be redeemed for bingo tickets or mini-game credits. Full T&Cs apply..

  • Kozmo Bingo is the latest Dragonfish bingo site from Tau Gaming and like most of their other sites it is a No Bonus/No Wagering bingo site on the Dragonfish Real Bingo Network. The welcome offer at Kozmo Bingo includes Speedy Spins - a revolutionary new type of slot spin reward where the object is to complete as many spins as read more...

    * New Customer Offer. T&Cs Apply. 18+. Please Gamble Responsibly.

  • Costa Bingo is the biggest, busiest and arguably the best bingo site in the Ignite/Mandalay Media group of sites and is the original home of the Friday night sliding jackpot game for depositors (this has now been replaced by 5 x £1000 games which are well worth participating in as the tickets are free).  If you are a fan of the read more...

    * £5 bonus cash available only to 18+ new players who provide valid debit or credit card details. A wagering requirement of 8x bonus funds (£40) must be met prior to cashing out. 300% Welcome bonus available only to 18+ new players on their 1st deposit. Min. dep. £5. Max. bonus £30. A wagering requirement of 4x the deposit and 4x the bonus funds must be met prior to cashing out. Bonus funds valid for bingo games only. T&Cs apply..

  • YAY Bingo is a new Dragonfish bingo site on the Real Bingo network - which means a welcome offer consisting of free bingo tickets and free spins with all the winnings paid in cash and no wagering requirements ever.  Like its sister sites, YAY Bingo has a fresh modern theme featuring photographs of real people and has more than 300 read more...

    * New Customer Offer. T&Cs Apply. 18+. Please Gamble Responsibly.

  • Vampire Bingo is a Cozy powered bingo site that was originally launched on the Winners Bingo Network. It received a makeover and a transfer to the Live Bingo Network in March 2014, and a further makeover in May 2015 which introduced some very cute vampire bats (alas, these are now gone as a result of the banning of cartoon characters read more...

    * New Customer Offer. T&Cs Apply. 18+. Please Gamble Responsibly.

Paysafecard Bingo Sites


Paysafecard is a voucher payment system and after taking over Ukash it is the ONLY voucher payment system that is commonly accepted at online bingo sites.

What is a voucher payment system?

With a voucher payment system, you prepay by visiting a registered outlet (these tend to be convenience stores, newsagents and petrol stations) and buying a card.  The funds from the card can then be released at a later time for use online.  This is completely different to an e-wallet such as Neteller or Paypal because the funds are tied to a physical card and it is not possible to withdraw money from it, only spend it.  You CAN pay from Paysafecard into the Skrill e-wallet but the fee charged is quite hefty.

How to use

Paysafecards are available in denominations of £10, £25, £50, £75 and £100 and can be ordered online as well as bought from physical outlets.  This is quite flexible, as you do not need to spend all the funds on a card at once and also sums from different cards can be combined into one payment.  One thing to watch out for, however, is that it is best to use all the credit on a card within 12 months of purchase as after that you will have to pay a monthly service charge.

Each card has its own 16 digit PIN and this number will need to be entered into the cashier section when using it to pay online.  If the credit on the card is partially used the PIN on the remainder stays the same (this was not the case with Ukash).

Paysafecard offers a facility for managing cards online, which means that all PINs from owned cards can be held in one account and there is no need to enter PINs when paying, only username and password.  There’s also a smartphone app for both iOS and Android to help you manage your cards while out and about.

Advantages

  • You can pay cash for the card so no need for a credit or debit card at that stage
  • No details of the method used to pay for the card are stored on the card so remain completely safe from fraud
  • Easy to keep track of spending
  • It is not possible to run up a debt on it

Disadvantages

  • Basically cash, so if you lose the card you lose the money (the PIN is printed on the card)
  • There may be a transaction fee
  • Cannot be used for withdrawals, unless the operator has signed up for the Payout service which was introduced in 2015 – if not, you will need to set up a credit card, debit card or bank transfer and/or possibly pay a charge for a cheque to be issued.
  • Some bingo and slot sites exclude Paysafecard users from bonus offers or penalise them in other ways (a higher wagering requirement or a lower maximum bet when playing with a bonus).