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Jackpot City Bingo Change Bonus Structure

Posted by Nickie on: Monday, Nov. 26th 2012 7:40 AM

Jackpot City Bingo are renowned for making changes to their site; since the brand launched we have them first use the Virtue Fusion software before migrating to the Microgaming offering. The latest change from the brand is in their bonus structure, the cash match offers available on deposits with the brand.

Previously we saw the brand offer new players a 250% cash match bonus on their first deposit of at least £10 followed up by 25% reload bonuses. This deal is now a thing of the past and the new structure not quite as impressive at Jackpot City Bingo

New players making their first deposit with the brand are now offered the following:

  1. 100% on first deposit to a maximum of £50
  2. 100% on second deposit to a maximum of £100
  3. 100% on third deposit to a maximum of £150

Subsequent deposits are not eligible for any bonuses.

With so many brands available online today surely it would make more sense to increase your bonus offerings rather than lower them? We can see what the operators are trying to do but compare the Jackpot City Bingo bonus structure to say that of Dream Bingo, and it evens out a little:

  Jackpot City Bingo Dream Bingo
No Deposit Required Bonus N/A £15
First Deposit Bonus 100% (max. £50) 300% (max. £60)
Second Deposit Bonus 100% (max. £100) N/A
Third Deposit Bonus 100% (max. £150) N/A
Subsequent Deposit Bonus N/A N/A
Wagering required 4x the bonus received to be wagered on bingo 2x the deposit amount + any cash in the account prior to the deposit to be wagered on bingo
Minimum Deposit Before Withdrawal £10 £20
Minimum Withdrawal £20 £20
Withdrawal restrictions No withdrawal for 14 days from registration No withdrawal for 14 days from registration

As you can see, Dream offer a no deposit required welcome bonus but only one deposit bonus, the wagering requirements are slightly different between the two brands but Jackpot City Bingo wins for us simply because they have a lower minimum deposit requirement.


By: Nickie Shute

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