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Jackpot Liner

Jackpot Liner

Jackpot Liner Review

Sue Dawson

Rating: 2/5

This site used to be called Bingo Liner and is a sister site to Jackpot Cafe (formerly Bingo Cafe) and King Jackpot.  The name change reflects a restructuring of the group whereby the UK versions of the sites were separated from the international versions and given the “Jackpot” branding.  It’s a shame they didn’t update the bingo software while they were about it – it requires a download, has no mobile bingo, slot games that no-one’s ever heard of and generally is way, way past its sell by.  The welcome offer is also not what it seems.


Key Information

  • Other Bonuses
    The bonus is not real money - it can be converted to cash by a depositing player but at a ridiculously bad rate (£50 bonus is worth £1 cash).
  • Bonus Expiry Info
    30 days
  • Bingo Wagering Requirements
    None as such but £50 bonus is only worth £1 cash
  • Slot Wagering Requirements
    None as such but £50 bonus is only worth £1 cash
  • Order of Funds Usage
    Cash first
  • Payment Methods
    Entropay, PayPal, Debit Card
  • Minimum Withdrawal
  • Any Caps on Winnings
    Maximum £100 bonus carry forward from no deposit bonus. The maximum that can be converted from bonus balance is £500 - which converts to £25 cash. The rest is removed.
  • Software
  • Network
  • UK License Holder
    Daub Alderney Limited
  • UK License Reference Number
  • Insolvency Protection
    Medium Protection

4 thoughts on “Jackpot Liner

  1. Absolute Joke of a site folks, steer well clear, won £510 on slots after £10 deposit ten it disappeared and Site said I had fresh £500 to stake before I could withdraw… they are a hear and now company, won’t have any future/customer with any longevity – they will burn you! They don’t want you to stick around and if you do it’s because you have £500 knicker to trounce in! Dodgiest site ever!

    1. I deposited £20, thinking I’d get to play with £80 obviously with wagering requirements as they had x300 first deposit bonus going, they blanked out amount on PayPal cleverly.. I didn’t clock it, but they took £80 instead and gave me £60 in BONUS BUCKS which are nothing, you can play with them but you cannot withdraw them… From the £80, I got to £120 so I thought I’d have a look at what I needed to reward… Over a grand, but why.. The bonus they gave me was worth nothing… All the games are copies from legit sites and rigged. £80 down the drain, and conned really, as I thought I was depositing £20. I truly hope they die. And enjoy my £80 you tramps.

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