This means that whether you're looking to try a new site or play uk bingo for the first time, you'll have a good idea of how your chosen site shapes up compared to other current offers on the market.
Whatever you want
When choosing a new site it's sensible to think about what you want from the site whether it's a huge welcome package and a loyalty scheme, or a good rate on reloads and free bingo games.
Welcome packages often include a no deposit bonus to get you started, and it can be this free play that attracts new players. Unlike a sign up cash match bingo bonus, these do not guarantee to the site that the player will stay.
Whatever you need
These no deposit bonuses have the advantage of allowing you try the site without commitment and will allow you to see whether the site is for you.
The current highest no deposit bonus across the online bingo sites we have looked at this week is offered at Game Village at £20 and then most sites offer £15 (such as Wink Bingo and Gone Bingo) or £10 to play with.
Whatever you like
Sites such as Foxy Bingo have withdrawn from the 'sign up war' and do not offer free money to join, but bear in mind that not having a free play offer does not mean that the site is no good. In fact any site that is confident enough to move away from this idea is likely to be a popular and rewarding site otherwise people wouldn't still be joining.