Although Angry Bingo is not a name you’d expect to encounter in the fun and super-friendly world of online bingo, the site has become a popular destination for players looking for bargains, gigantic jackpots, and big wins. Angry is the brainchild of Cassava Enterprises Limited and joins an ever-growing number of sister sites (e.g. Costa, Rio, and Wish Bingo) on the Dragonfish network.
It offers new players a no-deposit bonus to introduce them to a community where “bonkers bingo” and “mighty jackpots” are available 24/7. The big question is - are you going to go mad for it?
The Angry Bingo website uses the same layout as the likes of Rio and Costa Bingo, which means that everything is conveniently displayed on the homepage, including the welcome offers, the latest big winners, noteworthy games, and the facility to play using your mobile. The unusual theme of grumpy bingo balls against sunny skies makes it a site you’re unlikely to forget in a hurry, and even the rooms and games have themed names like Prickly Pear, Fighting Talk, and 5 Line Fury.
Unfortunately, it’s not possible to check the game schedule unless you have an account, but you can read all about the different game types (including free, guaranteed jackpot, progressive jackpot, and VIP games) on the “Bingo” page.
Help is available 24/7 via email, telephone, and the help room. Angry doesn’t advertise any timescales for how quickly the support team aims to resolve queries, but we’ve found that the majority of cases are solved either instantly or within an hour.
Although Angry Bingo offers a 200% welcome bonus (of up to £20) when you make your first deposit of £5 or more, which is slightly lower than its sister sites, it makes up for this with its surprisingly low 2x wagering requirements.
(200% Bonus: Non-Funded Players Only. Offer valid once per player until further notice. Min dep. £5. Max bingo bonus £20. No code required. Wagering requirements: 2x Bonus & 2x Deposit. Bonus for bingo games only. Full T&Cs apply. 18+ only).
On your second deposit of at least £10 you can grab a bonus of 150%.
(Significant Terms: Funded players only. Valid on second deposit only, code: 2. Minimum deposit £10, maximum bonus £150. To withdraw a bingo bonus, players must wager 4 times the total amount of the deposit + bingo bonus funds. Withdrawal restrictions apply. Bonus can be used on bingo games only. Full T&Cs Apply).
Angry Bingo continues its offers for the players on their third deposit. Deposit a minimum of £10 and you'll be offered a 100% bonus.
(Significant Terms: Funded players only. Valid on third deposit only, code: 3. Minimum deposit £10, maximum bonus £100. To withdraw a bingo bonus, players must wager 4 times the total amount of the deposit + bingo bonus funds. Withdrawal restrictions apply. Bonus available for use on bingo games only. Full T&Cs Apply).
Angry Bingo’s other promotions seem to be permanent fixtures and include the weekly £5k Cash Bomb, which is a 75-ball game that’s free to play, hourly Fighting Talk jackpot games, and daily Bonkers Bingo games where the card prices and prizes change with every game.
Angry Bingo runs on 888’s Dragonfish software, which is easy to use, reliable, and secure. The lobby loads quickly, and allows you to view the different games on offer by clicking on the tabs that interest you such as 5K Cash Bomb, Free, Jackpots, 90-ball, 75-ball, VIP, and Slots. There’s a good mix of networked and standalone games to choose from, and the rooms are averagely busy for a Dragonfish site.
Despite the ad on the homepage which tells you, “Don’t get mad – get mobile”, there’s no further information on how to play Angry Bingo games using a mobile device. Like all Dragonfish sites, there’s no need to go hunting for an Android or Apple application as the site is fully accessible on mobile web browsers.
Angry Bingo uses the latest encryption technologies to protect your banking and personal details, and adheres to strict legal regulations on fair gaming prize payouts. As well as being licensed and regulated by the Great Britain Gambling Commission, Angry holds an eCOGRA certificate that proves its games are fair.
Angry Bingo boasts twenty-six bingo rooms, including four VIP rooms, and five free rooms, and offers three exciting game variants – 90-ball, 75-ball, and 5-line. Two of the free rooms are open to non-funded members, and give you a chance to win jackpots of £1 to £2. In addition, there are daily, themed, guaranteed jackpot games such as Livid Loot, Raging Riches, and Mad Money which offer prizes of cash and loyalty points.
As well as allowing you to play side games, Angry lets you pick from its impressive range of slots which includes progressive jackpot slots like Shaman’s Dream, Irish Luck, and Fluffy Favourites, as well as popular NetEnt and IGT games like Starburst, Wild Wolf, Da Vinci Diamonds, and Theme Park.
Unfortunately, Angry Bingo doesn’t offer a very wide selection of banking methods, and currently, you can only deposit via Visa, MasterCard, Wire Transfer, and Paysafecard. You can deposit between £5 and £2,000 per day, and withdraw £30 to £1,000 per day. The £30 minimum withdrawal requirement is a bit too steep for our liking, and the withdrawal payment processing times could also be improved as it can take four to ten days for your funds to reach you.
The Diamond Club allows you to earn rewards like bonus cash, free spins, and complimentary game cards by making regular deposits to your account. However, in order to reach the upper echelons, you’ll need to wager a heck of a lot of money – we’re talking £5,000+ for the top level. The members of the four highest levels (Bronze, Silver, Gold, and Platinum) get access to the free VIP rooms which offer £25, £35, £50, and £500 jackpots respectively.
A better way to get your hands on freebies is to refer your friends to Angry Bingo via the Refer A Friend page. Each one who becomes a funded member gains you a £10 bonus.
Angry Bingo has a great range of bingo games and slots, but some aspects of the site leave a lot to be desired. The VIP programme needs to be made more accessible for low-budget players, and additional payment methods like Paypal and Skrill should be made available. Plus, even though its theme is supposed to be tongue-in-cheek, we prefer to play at better bingo sites where the focus is on fun, not foul moods.