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What Do We Think of Think Bingo?

Wednesday, 06 July 2011 - 09:30 What Do We Think of Think Bingo?

Despite being one of the first standalone UK bingo sites in operation since 2004, we have yet to really cover or mention Think Bingo to our readers, so we thought we owed it to you, and to them, to at least take a little bit of a closer look.

Who is behind Think Bingo?

Think Bingo is owned by Cashcade Limited and operated by Cassava Enterprises, which may not sound like much, but it’s the same operation behind Foxy Bingo, Cheeky Bingo and many others big names which gives you a near certain guarantee that you’ll be playing on a quality bingo site.

What about their Signup Bonus?

Nothing out of the ordinary. Currently a 200% first deposit bonus match, up to £100 bonus money. An example first deposit bonus would be: Deposit £10, get £20 free.

Any other incentives?

Absolutely. One of the nice things we like about Think Bingo is their 5% Weekly Cashback, which gives back 5% of your losses from the previous week, very handy if you’ve had a bit of a bad run and find yourself a little short in your bingo account.

An additional good bit of news is that until the 10th July they are giving back 10% of your losses if you loose 5 games in a row during lunchtime (this is an example of just one of their many monthly promotions).

Anything else you should know?

Think Bingo give out over £25,000 each week in guaranteed jackpots, including some nicely sized guaranteed cash games each weekend, and also run various promotions throughout the month such as slot tournaments, quizzes which will earn you ‘Think Points’ to redeem against tickets, and of course weekly giveaways of high tech goodies such as laptops and TVs.

There are also chat games running 24/7 and a very popular bingo forum where bingo players can hang out and discuss various different topics.


Check out their new 5UPER FIVE bingo room, giving you five changes to win, and featuring their progressive jackpot which can be claimed if you call a Full House in 49 balls or under.

Visit: ThinkBingo.com

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