Welcome to my Bingo Kitchen app review.
Now chances are you’ve come across this game and you’re wondering if it pays out.
With its kitchen themes, and all the lovely food on display, can you actually make all the thousands of dollars that the owners claim you can?
Well, in this post, I’m going to take you through everything you need to know about them, aswell as answering any questions you may have on them.
Table of Contents
What is Bingo Kitchen?
Bingo Kitchen is a slot-based game that revolves around food.
Through spinning the slots featuring some of the nicest delicacies,
You are made to think that you can seemingly make lots of money by combining different mouth-watering food elements within the slot.
Now, we’re not just talking a couple of extra dollars here and there.
We’re talking about a game that could potentially make you money to buy a nice car or even make multiple figures a day just for playing it.
At least that is the claims the developers seem to portray to its users.
About the Developer
If you go to the Play Store and find the game, you’ll see that Bingo Kitchen has been created by Izboglarka, who are the ones responsible for the game.
However, aside from the stats of 100,000 downloads and 4.4 stars out of 5.
There isn’t really much information in regards to the developer itself.
In fact, if you were to simply type in Isboglarka into Google you wouldn’t really find much coming up.
However if you have any information at all to go off then that is the reviews.
Which interestingly have been kept open compared to the number of money making games I have reviewed that would block these out.
However, has I will touch upon later in the Bingo Kitchen review, a common theme among alot of these is that they all point to a conclusion you might not want to hear.
How the Game Works
When you load Bingo Kitchen you get presented by a really nice loading screen of a cartoon character in a truck.
This along with a welcome pop up showing you a daily checking bonus of $50.
An amount that is seemingly yours if you decide to collect it and watch the video that goes along with it.
Once you have moved past this you get put into the main dashboard of the game where you’ll be shown the slot itself.
The whole slot layout, is very familiar to many other slot money making games that I have reviewed on this website.
With the double slot format as you can see below:
Following the same concept as many others.
You simply press the spin button and you will be able to collect money as you match all of the food related symbols.
With symbols such as cakes, pizzas, milk,
You could earn as much as $191 in seconds just through simply getting these in the right positions.
In fact that was the exact amount of money that I made from playing Bingo Kitchen in my first spin.
A bit suspicious right?
When you consider how much money that is and what was needed to earn it.
None the less this amount can be collected and credited straight to your balance.
Now what made me even more sceptical is the fact that I made an extra $929 on top of the $198 I got from my first spin.
Ways to Earn with Bingo Kitchen
So there are actually other ways that you can make money through playing Bingo Kitchen.
These don’t revolve around the slots and the food items, shown in the adverts.
In fact there are separate sections within the game.
Each of which you can earn expensive items such as iPhones and expensive watches.
The first one is a game section.
Which you can find at the bottom of the screen in the menu tab.
Here you’ll find loads of different flash games that you can play to make virtual money.
Now, the interesting aspect of this feature is that you’re not actually getting paid for the amount of time that you play the mini games.
Instead you’re actually getting paid for the amount of time you spend on the section of the Bingo Kitchen app.
So whether you’re playing a game, whether it’s like some bottle flip flash game.
You will actually end up with virtual money regardless.
Collecting Other Rewards
Now in terms of other features you can also collect puzzle pieces to redeem an iPhone 14 Pro.
In order to get an iPhone 14 Pro, through playing Bingo Kitchen, you need to collect 400 puzzles through playing the game.
This is in order to get a reward, which is valued at $1,499.
Which is quite crazy when you consider that the game is just a free-to-play game.
But despite that you can still somehow seemingly get rewards to this value.
Another feature that they have on offer is called ‘redeem iWatch’.
Here you can supposedly earn a $499 watch when you play Bingo Kitchen 3 days in a row.
This is again very similar to the iPhone in which you can seemingly get a really high ticket item while doing minimal work.
What Do Others Have To Say About Bingo Kitchen?
Now reviews for money making games are going to be what breaks or makes a game in terms of whether it’s going to pay out or not.
You can normally learn quite a lot just through skimming through the reviews that an earning opportunity is being given.
So when I saw that Bingo Kitchen had its reviews open.
I had to see what users were saying as I was intrigued into whether people were getting paid.
So what I actually found was, not to my surprise, a lot of negative reviews.
The reason why I wasn’t surprised is because just replaying the game I got a similar vibe to many of the make money games I’ve tried recently on this website.
For instance, one review that I found within the reviews section is that there are ads every second and that in order to reach $1,000 before you can withdraw, you need to wait 24 hours to wait for it, however the money doesn’t actually come.
Which is quite concerning for any new user who’s looking to put some of their valuable time into playing Bingo Kitchen for money.
Another review I found was someone talking about how the gameplay was very poor.
As you can see below in the screenshot, they found that the app doesn’t pay out and it only just killed their data with ads.
So the fact that there are users basically paying money to play the game with the hope of earning is quite concerning and doesn’t encourage me to play it or even recommend it to anybody.
No to the eagerly anticipated section where I will go over the payments.
Which I was curious about myself after accumulating $4,000.
So if you go to the cash out section, you’ll be greeted with various different payment methods that you can redeem your cash for.
This PayPal Amazon Google Play vouchers steam Xbox gift cards visa prepaid cards and MasterCard prepaid cards, too.
Now as you look through the cash outs methods, you actually see a little notification at the top which actually shows you all the different users that are supposedly cashing out as you play the game.
In fact, as I was looking, I was seeing people earning $1,000 through Xbox, $2,000 through Google Play, and even $3,000 for Visa.
So this all plays into the idea that once you have redeemed a reward, you’ll be able to just receive this money easily.
Now, in terms of the minimum threshold, the minimum threshold is actually quite low, at 10,000 green cash, which equates to $1,000.
You do have other options that you can go for with payments going as big as $5,000 which is $50,000 in green cash that you’ll need to earn through playing Bingo Kitchen.
Now it’s not just the green cash that you’ll earn through playing the slots and the other features in the game that you’ll want to earn.
You can also convert your coins for cash that can then be used towards these payments as well.
So as you can see, Bingo Kitchen is an exciting and intriguing game that claims to pay you actual money for playing a food game.
However, despite giving the users an appetite for food aswell as earning money.
It seems like they don’t actually come through with the payouts.
Not only can you see this through the reviews but also through the claims that they make.
After alll its not realistic to expect to see thousands of dollars being made just through playing some easily accessible game.
That brings us to the end of this Bingo Kitchen app review. If you have any comments, do make sure to leave them down below 🙂