Actual risk-free bingo courtesy of the Mirror

The Poorhouse was feeling desperately....well, poor last week so going through the nooks and crannys of Internet offers to try and get some free cash in. One triumphant site that helped out was Mirror Bingo. Yep, it is bingo (which the Poorhouse enjoys as though it was paint drying) but it has a good intro offer on which is risk free...actually risk free this time too!

Basically just sign up as a new customer and they give you £10 to play with. Obviously you can't just withdraw the £10 but it is enough to play quite a few games of bingo there. Only downside is that you do need to put your proper card details in because, although it won't take any money without your permission, you'll not get any winnings paid out if you don't. The Poorhouse made a nice ~ £30ish by winning a couple of games, and has successfully withdrawn it too.

You do have to shove some of your own money in to withdraw (enough to make your balance at least £30 and to have registered as a cash deposit) but clearly if you didn't win anything from the free £10 you don't put any of your own money in.

There's every chance you won't win of course, but you certainly won't lose if you don't put any money in. GL GL WTG GL etc. etc.

(If you want to be superkind to the Poorhouse chuck us an email before signing up for a "refer a friend" type arrangement giving yours truly extra bingo cards at no cost to your good self).


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