Terms and Conditions
The Nudge Nudge Bingo Welcome bonus currently consists of a bonus of 100% up to £100.
The minimum deposit that will trigger the bonus is £20.
This bonus has a wagering requirement of 35x(deposit+bonus) for the deposit bonus.
The bonus is structured so that only wagering with bonus funds, which are stacked beneath the deposited funds, counts towards the wagering requirement. This also means that bonus restrictions, do not apply while you are wagering with your deposited funds. In other words as long as you are only using deposited funds you can withdraw at any time you like.
The maximum allowed bet is £5 on any single round of play.
A minimum bet of £1 is required to count towards the wagering requirement.
There is no maximum win on either the deposit bonus or the complimentary spins.
The bonus is cashable.
Players from the following countries are not eligible to receive a bonus – Armenia, Poland, Greece, Hungary, Croatia, Ukraine, India, Russia, Czech Republic, Slovakia and Serbia
Players depositing via Neteller or Skrill are not eligible for this bonus.
- *Slots 100%
- Table Games 10%
- Video Poker Games 5%
- Other 5%
- Scratchcards & Keno 100%
- *Blood Suckers, Dead or Alive, Devils Delight, Kings of Chicago, Jackpot 6000, Lucky 8 Line, Mega Joker, Super Nudge 6000, Big Bad Wolf, 300 shields, Secrets of the stones and Victorious. 20%
Available to newly registered players only.
Every effort is made to ensure these terms are accurate and up-to-date, however we accept no responsibility for inaccuracies or errors. It is your responsibility to ensure that you confirm the terms of any promotion you accept with the operators website before you play.
Our review will provide a value for High Rollers. Each category will use the same slots game (Thunderstruck) for accurate comparison.
High Rollers will use a player bet size (£4.95/spin) and a deposit value of £100.
Due to the structure of the Nudge Nudge Bingo bonus where wagers with deposited funds do not count towards the wagering requirement the bonus has to be assessed in two parts: the pre-bonus wagering and the value of the bonus. Once we have conducted these simulations we work out the value of the bonus as follows:
[Expected Loss from pre-bonus play] -([Value of the bonus]x[Chance of using the bonus]) = [Average Expected Value for the bonus]
High Roller Bonus
Using a deposit of £100 with a bonus of £100, with a wagering requirement of 200×35 = £7000 and a bet size of £4.95/spin we get the following results:
We now do a quick sum to calculate the overall value of the bonus:
Average Expected Value for the bonus = -£16.48 + (£64.16×0.8871) = £40.44