OK Bingo Review

OK Bingo
UK Login / Review 2021

About OK Bingo

OK Bingo sister to Mirror Bingo, is a brand from OK! UK's favourite women's magazine. This site brings you a fun bingo experience with 90, 80 and 75-ball bingo and popular instant win and table games.   Win trophies, spin the prize Mega Wheel and claim cashback rewards!

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✨ New Player Welcome Offer:

Spin the Mega Wheel to Win up to 500 Free Spins*

*T&Cs: New Players Only, Min Deposit £10.00, £8.00 max win per 10 spins, Max Bonus Equal to Lifetime deposits (up to £250.00), 65x Wagering Requirements and Full T&CS Apply.
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✨ Reputability and Responsible Gambling

With so many fake reviews on the net created for profit, it is often hard to know if a site is reputable or not. Glitzy Bingo only recommends sites that are licenced and regulated in Great Britain by the Gambling Commission. Having this licence is a good indicator of the trustworthiness and safety of a gambling site; all licenced sites will have the licencing information on the footer. As well as only playing on UK licenced brands, the best way to know if a site is good or not is to try it out yourself as everyone is different.

If you come across any review sites listing unlicenced sites or claiming they have a list of the best bingo or casino sites where you can win money, please avoid. This is usually false information, as all forms of gambling is a game of chance. The best way to Gamble online is to Gamble Responsibly and when the fun stops, stop!

Please remember to always read the T&Cs when joining a site, and to set limits to avoid going out of control. If you need any help in way please refer to the Responsible Gambling section on each individual site or visit organisations such as BeGambleAware.org.