Glossy Bingo

200% Bonus

Spend £10 play with £30 bonus + 200 spins.

New players only. Min deposit is £10. Each free spin value is 5p. Bonus can be played on bingo only. Offer valid 48 hours after registration. Debit cards only. 3x bingo, 35x casino wagering required. Max bet £6.25. Game weighting applies. 2-day bonus expiry. T&Cs apply. 18+ BeGambleAware.org.

Rosy Bingo

200% Bonus

Rosy Bingo, owned by Broadway Gaming Ltd launched in 2018, the site is powered by Pragmatic Play the award-winning provider of bingo, casino, and slot products. Expect to see a top-of-the-range games library packed with award-winning 75 and 90-ball bingo rooms, jackpot bingo, immersive slots, and table games.

New players only. Min deposit is £10. Each free spin value is 5p. Bonus can be played on bingo only. Offer valid 48 hours after registration. Debit cards only. 3x bingo, 35x casino wagering required. Max bet £6.25. Game weighting applies. 2-day bonus expiry. T&Cs apply. 18+ BeGambleAware.org.

Butlers Bingo

At Butlers Bingo you get Free spins on slots! T&Cs Apply Butlers Bingo is an established online bingo site operated by Broadway Gaming Ltd. Join 'Butler' the sites mascot as he navigates you to a plethora of 75 and 90-ball bingo games, or why not connect with the bustling online chat community of bingo fans as you play your favourite bingo games.

New players only Min deposit is £10. Each free spin value is 5p. Bonus can be played on bingo only. Offer valid 48 hours after registration. Debit cards only. 3x bingo, 35x casino wagering required. Max bet £6.25. Game weighting applies. 2-day bonus expiry. T&Cs apply. 18+ BeGambleAware.org. Safer Gambling

Jackpotjoy Bingo

#AD Play £10, get 30 Free Spins on Double Bubble. New members only, must opt in. Min £10 deposit & wager. 30 day expiry from deposit.18+. Free Spins: on Double Bubble. 1p coin size, max lines. Bingo: Advertised ticket value based on £1 tickets. T&C's Apply.

#AD New members only, must opt in. Min £10 deposit & wager (excl. sports betting). 30 day expiry from deposit. 18+. Free Spins: on Double Bubble. 1p coin size, max lines. Game availability & restrictions apply.

Bet365 Bingo

New Player Offer Receive 100 Free Tickets and 50 Free Spins

New Bingo customers only. Opt in required. Spend £10 cash on Bingo Tickets to receive 100 Free Tickets and 50 Free Spins on eligible slots. Time limits, exclusions and T&Cs apply. Full Terms and Conditions

UK Gambling Operators Appeal to Treasury Officials Amid Upcoming Gambling Act Review

In December 2020, the Department for Digital, Culture, Media, and Sport (DCMS) began a review of the current Gambling Act 2005, a report by the Guardian claims gambling operators have appealed to UK Treasury officials. The report suggested the UK operators warned tougher restrictions would cost the Treasury dearly along with driving customers to the black market. UK Gambling Operators Appeal to Treasury Officials Amid Upcoming Gambling Act Review 

Opposing Tougher Restrictions

 Although the review of the gambling act is ongoing, the White Paper is due to be released at the end of May. However, the industry is opposing tough restrictions, insisting these would push players towards the black market. The Guardian, after a Freedom of Information request, gained access to information about a meeting that took place between Flutter, Entain, and Bet365 in October 2022. The meeting was not disclosed to the public as ministers were not involved, only tax officials. The Guardian reported, “It is vital the government takes a holistic view of tax and regulatory changes over the coming months or there is the very high risk that the UK’s remote gambling sector is hit in a way that not only reduces economic and fiscal contribution but also increases levels of gambling-related harm by incentivising a shift to unlicensed gambling operators that pay no UK Tax.” 

Benefit the Black Market

 The operators warned tougher restrictions on the gambling industry would only benefit the black market which is unregulated. To further their claim, the operators presented a report by the PricewaterhouseCoopers, showing an increase in the share of black-market operators, and an increase in stricter gambling laws would further push customers toward these unregulated sites. Although the details of proposed changes to the Gambling Act have not yet been disclosed, possible changes floated include a restriction on deposits on slots and restrictions on VIP schemes. Also, affordability checks may be introduced, which according to the Betting and Gaming Council could cause unintended consequences. Head of the BGC Michael Dugher urged regulators of the Gambling Act to ensure the well-being of the gambling market within the UK.