There are promotions centered around the Beijing Olympics, a chance to win an 8 day cruise around the Caribbean aboard a luxury liner, games with great prizes like a 42” flat screen T.V, happy hours which reward double loyalty points, random members having their bills (electricity, gas, water) paid for a month, and much more. With all this going on, it’s no wonder Biggest has a huge collection of loyal players.
As mentioned, there’s a loyalty program with works similar to many other such programs, awarding Loyalty Points based on the number and price of game cards you buy. Those points can later be redeemed for cash.
The Biggest Bingo software is played directly from the browser with no download required, and is a great software package with a unique look.
The colors are not particularly fetching, unlike the website which has a really nice design, but the software’s layout and options are excellent.
There’s both 75 and 90 ball bingo games on offer, in many different price ranges. Chat games abound, as do coverall and progressive jackpot games which are played quite frequently. Room traffic is usually very high, making for some great competition and rewards.
There’s a monthly team bingo contest running, where teams of four compete against each other to win the most games possible. The rewards are large dollops of those valuable rewards points, with 1,000,000 of such points being awarded to the winners. Kool4Cats is consistently one of the better teams, and has never been worse than 3rd in 2008, so see if you can put a team together to help wipe them out.
Not content to just offer great bingo action, Biggest also loads on additional games, such as slots, table games, scratch cards, horse racing, lotto games, video poker, and plenty more. Games can be played for fun or can be wagered on, and the jackpots for many of these games outweigh the ones you’ll find in the bingo games.
Biggest Bingo allows you to make and collect payments through Visa, Mastercard, Firepay, Switch, Solo, Maestro, Delta, and Neteller.”