Bingo Ballroom Review - Site Reviews
Bingo Ballroom used to look dull and boring from the moment you arrived at the site. The homepage offered nothing enticing that would make you want to register with this brand. Origingally the brand lived up to expectations with a little “Strictly Come Dancing” design at least but what you were presented with is a selection of bingo balls and a cheesy couple (who weren’t even dressed for a ballroom)! It’s obvious immediately that this was just another Dragonfish brand; the landing page promoted the same offers as we have seen at numerous other brands on the network.
However, in June 2015 the site was taken over by 888 and with the takeover came a whole new look and feel to the site. The design was updated and Bingo Ballroom became a more attractive option for the online bingo player.
Clicking “Join Now” takes you to the registration form that is standard to the network and like many sites before it, Bingo Ballroom's sign-up process has a financial section. You can skip this section and still be able to play at Bingo Ballroom as they offer free games to all players. It is worth noting that the free bingo offerings from Dragonfish have restrictions on room access dependent on deposit and registration date, full details can be found here. These allow you to get a feel for the gameplay at Bingo Ballroom, although chances are you will have seen it all before.
Once you have registered you are ready to visit the bingo lobby and see exactly what Bingo Ballroom has to offer. The lobby is where you can choose a room that suits your needs on both budget and game play. You have the choice of 75 ball pattern bingo and 90 ball games but if you wish to play multi-line bingo there is only one room that offers these games. Swedish bingo can be found under the “Specials” Tab.
The room layout at Bingo Ballroom is standard to the network with your ticket buying options to the left of the screen. When the game is in play this becomes the bingo call board. In the centre of the screen are your bingo tickets with the game prizes above your cards. To the right of the screen is the chat room with a selection of instant win games above chat.
When it comes to promotions Bingo Ballroom brings nothing new to the table, it has the standard offers available on the network. These include the £1 million coverall games, a packed guaranteed jackpot schedule, Team Bingo games and a selection of others.
Bingo Ballroom has put no effort into the design of their homepage so you have to ask, does the same lax attitude applies to customer support?
Bingo Ballroom Pluses
The below pluses are the positive points about Bingo Ballroom that make it a site worthy of your time and attention.
- Trusted bingo network
- Free bingo offered to all players.
- Loyalty points earned on all ticket purchases.
Bingo Ballroom Minuses
The below minuses are things Bingo Ballroom need to work on to improve their service to bingo players. If you're not happy with the site's issues, vote with your feet and play elsewhere.
- Offers the same promotions as other brands on the same network.
- Limited variety of bingo games.
- Playing instant win games in the bingo rooms makes the chat too small.
Bingo Ballroom Bonuses
New players to Bingo Ballroom are offered a 300% cash match bonus.
T&C's apply - New players only. Deposit minimum of £5 to get 300% bonus of up to £105. Bonus given as 200% bingo and 100% games. Wagering requirements apply.
Bingo Ballroom Software, Network And Company
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Bingo Ballroom Support
If you have any issues with your time at Bingo Ballroom, you can contact the support department via the following methods:
- Via Live Help in the dedicated bingo room.
- Via Web Form in the 'Contact Us' section.
- Telephone: 0800 901 2510 from the UK only.
Bingo Ballroom Licensing And Complaints
Bingo Ballroom is licensed in Gibraltar. Details on the licensing body and how to complain can be found at the licensing body's website - www.gra.gi. Alternatively you could contact the Gibraltar Gambling Commissioner by email on email@example.com
UK Gambling Commission: Reference 39028
By: Nickie Shute