Complete Plush Bingo Review for 2022

We’re going to take the next few minutes to talk to you about Plush Bingo. Plush is one of several sites we’ve reviewed from Cozy Games, Fable Media, and Jumpman Gaming.

All of these sites are 90% identical. There are a few subtle differences in terms of the casino games they offer or how their loyalty points scheme works. Just minor things that are easy to overlook.

There’s usually a difference in the theme or design they use, too. This is probably the most noteworthy difference between each of these bingo sites.

Plush Bingo is no exception here.

In fact, once you hit their website, you’ll be able to see where they get their name. Their logo is encrusted in diamonds, as is their leather trim background. Everything else design-wise on their site is either gold or shiny.

If that sounds like your kind of style, then we recommend you read this review from start to finish to see if everything else about Plush – from their games to their promotions – fits your style, too.

Let’s get started.

VISIT Plush Bingo
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Key Information
    • Website: www.plushbingo.com
    • Launched in 2017
    • Licensed by Government of Gibraltar, UK Gambling Commission
    • Telephone: +44 (0)2036 081305
Hit and Misses
    • Get up to £230 When You Sign Up
    • Play 100+ Slots from Top Developers
    • No Fees on Deposits or Cash-Outs
    • Strong Gaming Licenses
    • Email Not an Ideal Way to Contact Them
    • US Players Not Accepted
Payment Method

Plush Bingo Basic Information

It’s hard to tell who owns Plush Bingo. If their sister bingo sites are any indication, we’d say it was Fable Media. However, we couldn’t find any information to confirm that.

What we did find out is that, according to Plush, ElectraWorks Limited is the company that runs them. This is the same outfit that runs their sister sites, Wow and 001 Bingo, too. They also run sites like Bwin Casino.

According to other sources, Plush Bingo is (also) managed by Cozy Games Management. This sort of makes sense, since they also power and/or manage several other casino and bingo sites we’ve reviewed here, including Wow Bingo, 001 Bingo, and several casinos under the Jumpman Gaming umbrella.

Plush is one of the newer sites added to the lineup. They launched in early to mid-2017.

They have their licenses through the Government of Gibraltar and the UK Gambling Commission. Their games are tested by iTech Labs and certified by eCOGRA.

This is good news for you. It increases the chances that you’re going to have a safe place to play fair casino games.

We’re going to look at some of the games you can play at Plush Bingo in just a few minutes.

Restricted Countries – Who Can’t Play

Plush doesn’t say in their terms and conditions who can or can’t play here. However, they do say that you can contact them for a list of prohibited countries.

We got the following information from a trusted 3rd-party source. If you live in one of the following countries, you can’t play at Plush Bingo.

  • Afghanistan
  • Albania
  • American Samoa
  • Arab Jamahiriya
  • Argentina
  • Armenia
  • Australia
  • Azerbaijan
  • Bangladesh
  • Belarus
  • Belgium
  • Bosnia and Herzegovina
  • Bulgaria
  • Canada
  • China
  • Cook Islands
  • Cote D’Ivoire (Ivory Coast)
  • Croatia
  • Cuba
  • Czech Republic
  • Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (North)
  • Denmark
  • Estonia
  • France
  • French Guiana
  • French Polynesia
  • Guadeloupe
  • Guam
  • Herzegovina
  • Hungary
  • India
  • Indonesia
  • Iran (Islamic Republic of)
  • Iraq
  • Israel
  • Italy
  • Japan
  • Korea
  • Kosovo
  • Lao People’s Democratic Republic
  • Latvia
  • Libya
  • Lithuania
  • Netherlands
  • New Caledonia
  • Nigeria
  • Northern Cyprus
  • Southern Cyprus
  • Northern Mariana Island
  • Pakistan
  • Philippines
  • Poland and Yugoslavia
  • Puerto Rico
  • Republic of Korea (South)
  • Reunion
  • Malaysia
  • Martinique
  • Mayotte
  • Metropolitan & Territories
  • Moldova
  • Montenegro
  • Myanmar/Burma
  • Nauru
  • Romania
  • Russia
  • Russian Federation
  • Saint Barthélemy
  • Saint Martin
  • Saint Pierre and Miquelon
  • Serbia
  • Slovakia
  • Slovenia
  • Somalia
  • South Africa
  • Spain
  • Sudan
  • Syrian Arab Republic
  • Thailand
  • Turkey
  • Ukraine
  • United States
  • United States Minor Outlying Islands
  • Uzbekistan
  • Virgin Islands (US)
  • Wallis and Futuna
  • Zimbabwe

We recommend you read their terms and conditions to see if they’ve updated it with a list of prohibited countries. Alternatively, you can reach out to their support and ask for their current list to make sure it’s okay (or not okay) for you to play here.

The Bingo Room

Let’s start with the bingo room.

One of the first things we noticed is that their bingo lobby is much easier to read compared to their sister sites. We didn’t have to squint at the screen to see what rooms they have and the games you can play.

Here are the games we found during our review.

  • Big Ben – 90-Ball
  • Victoria – 90-Ball
  • Down Town – 80-Ball
  • City Hall – 30-Ball
  • Penny Bingo – 75-Ball
  • Hump Day Room – 90-Ball
  • 3k Payday Jackpot – 90-Ball

The one room we know is missing is their Newbie Room. This is the room you’ll have access to once you create an account and make a deposit. This room comes with perks we’ll talk more about in the promotions section.

Ticket prices will vary, but they’re all reasonable. You’ll pay anywhere from £0.01 per ticket on up to £0.25 per ticket. That said, there’s a deal or two in the promotions section where you can get tickets for free.

The prize pools will vary, too. During our review, we saw prize pools start at £2.00 and peak at £2,000. Most of them were in the £5-£20 range, though.

There are several progressive jackpots here as well. These started at £50 and peaked as high as £2,500. There’s loads of money to win here if you’re into that sort of thing.

Most of these games (appear to) run around the clock. However, the Hump Day Room and 3k Payday Jackpot room run at specific times.

When you decide which game you want to play, the room will load in a new window. During our review, the games loaded slowly. We don’t think this is a common issue, as we never had this problem with their sister sites. It’s just something we ran into during our review that we think you should know about.

On the upside, their bingo rooms are set up well.

On one side, you can see all the numbers called, and you’ll have the option to buy more tickets. On the other side, you can chat with everyone and see who won previous games. At the top of the screen, you can see what the payouts are for specific outcomes. They also have a few casino games at the top of the screen for you to play.

Overall, Plush Bingo has done a good job here. We can’t think of anything to complain about.

The Casino

We’re going to look at Plush’s casino games next. Most bingo rooms have casino games for their players to enjoy. That said, most of the bingo rooms we’ve reviewed only offer slots and scratch tickets.

Plush Bingo has slots and scratch games, too. What impressed us about them, though, is that they also have a few table and video poker games. You can almost make an argument for joining Plush for their casino alone.

You’ll see what we mean when we go through their games in the following sections.

Table Games

Here are the table games you can expect to find at Plush Bingo.

  • European Roulette Pro
  • Perfect Blackjack Pro
  • Blackjack Pro
  • Baccarat Combi
  • Blackjack Charlie 7
  • European Roulette Classic
  • European Roulette Cashed Back
  • American Roulette
  • European Roulette Gold
  • French Roulette
  • Premier Roulette

This is a decent selection of table games, especially considering this is primarily a bingo site and not an online casino. It’s also cool to see the roulette and blackjack variants they have.

That said, it’d be nice to see a few other table games. For example, we’d like to see Caribbean Stud, craps, Casino Hold’em, or Three Card Poker. Even if it meant getting rid of a couple of the roulette and blackjack variants above.

The graphics are high-quality, just what you’d expect from top-notch developers like Microgaming and NetEnt. As for stakes, you can expect to play for as little as £1 per hand/round.

Overall, we’re pleased to see this large of a table game section, even if it’s not as diverse as we’d like.

Video Poker

Here are the video poker games we found during our review.

  • Aces and Faces
  • 10’s or Better
  • Deuces Wild
  • Jacks or Better

They don’t have a large selection, but they cover the basics. Jacks or Better and Deuces Wild are arguably the most popular video poker games out there. Anything else is pretty much a bonus.

You won’t find any variants here, either. If you’re a video poker aficionado, then this isn’t the place to be. You’ll want to find a full-blown online casino to join instead.

That goes for stakes, too. You can play for as little as £0.10 per hand/round, which fits this site and the lower stakes you can play for (in the bingo room). The most you can play for, though, is £1 per coin or £5 per round.

If you can look past their shortcomings – which is doable since they’re a BINGO site – then Plush has done a solid job here. There are only four games, but that’s four more than what many other bingo sites offer.

Slots

You’ll find the largest selection of games in their slots section. There are more than 100 slot machines to choose from. Here are some of the slot machines you’ll have to choose from.

  • Fluffy Favourites
  • Fluffy Favourites Fairground
  • Melon Madness Deluxe
  • Finn and the Swirly Spin
  • Jack in the Box
  • Temple of Isis
  • Jail Break
  • Fluffy Too
  • Enchanted Prince
  • Shaman’s Dream
  • Jack and the Beanstalk
  • Gonzo’s Quest
  • Twin Spin
  • White Wizard
  • Kings of Chicago
  • Emoji Planet
  • Jungle Spirit Call of the Wild
  • The Great Train Heist
  • Irish Luck
  • White Wizard Deluxe
  • Starburst
  • Blood Suckers
  • Stampede
  • Sugar Train
  • Piggy Payout
  • Dead or Alive
  • Butterfly Staxx
  • Aloha! Cluster Pays
  • Unicorn Bliss
  • 99 Time
  • Secret Garden
  • Doubleup Ducks
  • Guns N’ Roses
  • Twinkle
  • Irish Gold
  • Honey Bees
  • New Honey Bees
  • Wild Vegas
  • Rolling in the Dough
  • And more!

This is a great selection, isn’t it? Then you still have another 60-80 slot machines on top of this. We found slots that covered all sorts of themes or topics, including music, animals, holidays, outer space, movies, horror, TV shows, and more.

Then you have the different types of slots you can choose from. The majority of slots here are video slots. There are slots with progressive jackpots, too, as well as slots with features like bonus rounds, wilds, free spins, and cascading wilds.

The stakes you can play for will vary, but you should have no troubles finding machines that let you wager as little as £0.01 per line. We couldn’t check every machine, but for maxes, we found machines that let us bet £20 to £25 per spin.

We wouldn’t be surprised if you could find machines that let you bet £100-£250 per spin, though. It just might take a little searching on your part.

The bottom line – you can sign up here just to play their slots and be plenty happy.

Banking Options

Here are the banking options you’ll be able to use at Plush to fund your account and cash out your winnings. We’ll also tell you about any limits and fees you need to be aware of.

Deposits

You can make a deposit using the following banking methods.

  • Neteller
  • Skrill
  • Paysafecard
  • Boku
  • PayPal
  • Mastercard
  • Visa
  • Ukash
  • Maestro
  • Visa Electron

The minimum deposit is £10, which is pretty low. They don’t list a max, but you do have the option to deposit as much as £500 using their quick select options.

Plush Bingo doesn’t charge fees on deposits.

Withdrawals

Plush Bingo’s terms say that they do cash-outs back to the same method you used to fund your account – assuming that option is available to players in your area. That means you can cash out using the following options.

  • Neteller
  • Skrill
  • Paysafecard
  • Boku
  • PayPal
  • Mastercard
  • Visa
  • Ukash
  • Maestro
  • Visa Electron

The minimum cash-out is £1. It’s cool to see that they don’t hold your money hostage with unreasonable cash-out minimums.

Their support says there are not maximum limits – you can cash out however much you have in your account. This also includes progressive jackpot wins, which is great.

There are no fees for cash-outs, either. This is fantastic to see!!

Cash-outs will take up to 3 days to process and are only processed during Monday-Friday. Once they process your request, you can expect to see your money in 5-7 days. That said, keep in mind that you may receive your payment sooner depending on the method you use (like e-wallets, for example).

Bonus Promotions

Let’s look at their promotions next.

Plush Bingo has a couple of welcome offers, as well as offers where you can get cheap or free tickets. There’s even an offer where you can win £6,000 in one day, though you might as well be a unicorn if you manage to pull it off.

Let’s look at each offer now.

  • Welcome Offer – This is a multi-deposit match bonus offer where you can receive a match as high as 300%. This offer is spread out over your first 3 deposits. Here’s what that looks like.
  • First Deposit – 300% match bonus up to £120
  • Second Deposit – 150% match bonus up to £60
  • Third Deposit – 100% match bonus up to £50

Claim each offer to the fullest, and you’ll have an extra £230 to play with.

Keep in mind that the playthrough on this offer is 4x. You’ll have 30 days to complete these terms.

  • Free Bingo – During your first week (as a real money player), you’ll be eligible to play in the Newbie Room, where you can get 12 free bingo tickets for every game that runs. This is a total value of £3,000.
  • Midweek Treat – Play in the Hump Day Room every Wednesday. Tickets cost 5p, and the game prize is £250. There’s no wager requirements on the money you win.
  • Night Owls – Play in the Big Ben Room every night from 12 am-7 am. Tickets start at 5p, and prizes start at £20.
  • Sliding Jackpots – This game is played in the Big Ben room. 6 games are played every day from 6 pm to 11 pm. The prize starts at £1,000 and goes down from there depending on the number of calls made. The minimum prize is £50. If you can play each of these games and win within 23 calls, you can win as much as £6,000.

Tickets for this game start at 10p.

  • Bingo Bash – Each day, Plush Bingo seeds 45 pots with £25 each. These games are played randomly from 2 pm to 12 am each day. Tickets cost 5p each, and the games are played in the Victoria 90-Ball room.
  • High Five BOGOF – Buy 5 tickets (at 5p each) in the Down Town room, and you’ll receive 5 tickets free. This is available every day from 7 am-1 am. Prizes start at £5.
  • Penny Bingo – Play bingo for £0.01 per ticket with a £5 fixed prize in the Penny Bingo room from 4 pm to 11 pm every day.
  • BOGOF – This offer is available in the Victoria 90 room from 1 am-7 am. Buy one ticket at 5p and get one free. Prizes start at £4.

That’s it for their core offers.

What’s interesting here is that Plush Bingo has an offer – the High Five BOGOF – that we haven’t seen at their sister sites.

What’s more is that they have a points loyalty scheme like their sister sites do. But unlike a few of them, Plush Bingo awards 1 point for every £1 spent playing bingo. Wow Bingo does this, too, but 001 and Ghost Bingo make you spend £2 for every 1 point.

For this reason, if we had to choose from Plush or one of their sister sites, Plush would likely be at the top of our list.

Mobile Friendliness

Plush Bingo has a mobile-friendly site. No download or app is needed. Just go to PlushBingo.com from your mobile browser, and you’ll be set.

We tested their mobile casino using an iPhone. However, they say they’re compatible with all other major phone platforms, too. That includes Blackberry, Windows, and Android.

When we reviewed their casino, we didn’t see much of a difference between their mobile and desktop bingo room and casino. It looked like we could play all their bingo games, most of their slots, and a good portion of their table games.

Their site says you should have at least 50 games to play, but it looked like more than that to us.

Overall, their mobile bingo room and casino is well-done. We have no complaints.

Customer Support

You can contact their support using one of the following channels.

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PHONE: +44 (0)2036 081305
LIVE CHAT

They also have a decent FAQ that covers the most commonly-asked questions.

It’s great that they have a phone number. Even many of the larger sites don’t, so this really says something about their perspective on how important support is.

That said, we’ve not heard great things about their email support. We haven’t had the best experience contacting their sister sites via email, either. So we’d recommend going the live chat or phone route if you have a question or concern you need addressed ASAP.

We sent them a question to test their ticket support out, since we heard that was better than email. They answered our question right away, which was our experience with 001 Bingo, too. It looks like this is a much better option than email.

It makes you wonder why they offer email support in the first place.

Conclusion – Plush Bingo

Of all the bingo sites we’ve reviewed from this network or Cozy Games, Plush Bingo takes a tiny lead. Here are a few reasons why:

  • They have a larger table game selection
  • Their points scheme is more player friendly
  • They have an offer that we haven’t seen at one of their sister sites

To be clear, it’s not just one of these points that pushes them ahead. It’s all of them combined.

What we mean is that, with the exception of the extra BOGOF offer, their sister sites can say the same thing about the table games or better loyalty scheme.

None of them can say the same about ALL 3 POINTS, though.

For that reason, we’d probably choose Plush Bingo over their sister casinos. Overall, we’d have no problem recommending them to our readers, either.

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