Use the checkboxes to restrict the search to sites that provide your preferred features. For example to view sites that offer 90 ball free play games, just select the boxes next to 90 ball and free play. Then hit the search button. This will discount sites that offer only 75 ball or Pay-to-play sites.
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No. All site suggestions are checked and edited by our editorial team to ensure relevance and quality. We endevour to add sites to our directory in a timely manner. Please be patient and do not try to resubmit your site. Multiple submissions will not improve the speed at which you are considered or your placement in our directory. In some cases multiple submissions may actually be considered as spam and barred from inclusion in our directory.
All site suggestions are checked and edited by our editorial team to ensure relevance and quality. They must match the criteria set out on the site suggestion page.
At present we have no appeal procedure. The editors decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into. Consider why your site may have not have met our inclusion criteria. You can then resubmit your site if the content has significantly changed from previous submissions.
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90 ball bingo is the true British game of bingo. It is the same game of bingo that you will recognise from your local bingo club. 90 Ball bingo is played on a ticket nine boxes wide and three boxes deep. Each ticket contains 15 numbers randomly selected from 1 – 90. A game of 90 ball bingo is played in three stages; one line, two lines then full house.
75 ball bingo is widely regarded as the North American version of bingo. Here, bingo is played on a 5x5 card with the centre square usually marked 'free'. Players have to complete a specific pattern before claiming bingo.
Online Bingo can be played in one of two different formats. ‘Download’ bingo games involve the player downloading and installing the game to their own computer. The game is then run from the player's machine. ‘No download’ bingo games are played online and are accessed via the operator's website. ‘no download’ bingo games are usually in Java or Flash format