When it comes to the world of internet bingo we have seen a rapid growth in popularity over the last couple of years as more and more players turn to the World Wide Web for their bingo fix. With the growth in players comes the introduction of more and more new bingo sites and some of the newest seem to be coming from magazine publishers. Magazine bingo sees publications like OK take to the world of internet bingo with their offering, obviously named OK! Mag Bingo.
Magazine bingo also has a slight edge on other well established sites simply because they have an advertising medium at their disposal with no real cost to themselves and this is apparent when you read any of the popular magazines that have launched new bingo sites.
The same can be said of newspaper bingo like Sun Bingo, Daily Express Bingo, Mail Bingo and Mirror Bingo; advertising costs in comparison to a site like Foxy Bingo will be minimal although Sun Bingo is the only site listed above that is actually not part of a bigger network. Although we can’t imagine there ever being a Guardian or Telegraph internet bingo site!
If you are a reader of publications like Take A Break you may already be aware of the magazine bingo site attached to this site because each and every week there is an advert in the weekly publication.
Even the supermarkets are cashing in on bingo with Tesco joining forces with Bingo Lotto, the new Saturday night game show on Virgin.
Magazine bingo on the whole doesn’t offer the most impressive of internet bingo sites but with regular readership and the low cost marketing available in their magazines we are sure they attract their fair share of depositing bingo members.