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Bingo Parlour Review - Site Reviews

A visit to Bingo Parlour on 26th January 2018 revealed that the site had closed.

Bingo Parlour, a name the conjures up images of a boudoir with a four poster bed and silk sheets, but what you get when you land on their home page can only be described as a mess. The colour scheme is pretty awful and why there is a cowboy standing on a bingo card, who knows. Could it be it’s an indication of the site as a whole, a bit of a cowboy? Bingo Parlour is another Dragonfish networked brand but in today’s world of online bingo it seems old and tired although we know that when we register and login things are going to look better, if not the same as all of the other brands on this network. The home page even shows the jackpot in dollars!

Of course it was pretty obvious that when we started the registration process it would take just a few minutes to be ready to play at Bingo Parlour. Whilst Bingo Parlour no longer offers new players £1 free for signing up, you can play free games daily without making a deposit, at least for a short time. Following registration and the expiry of the access to the one free play room, access is given to the free bingo rooms to all players who have met depositing requirements. Full details can be found here.

It’s really difficult not to sound repetitive when we visit these Dragonfish networked brands and each time we hope that the next one will have something unique to offer but unfortunately Bingo Parlour is not the site to bring something new to the bingo table. You will find all the usual suspects at this site; three versions of the online bingo game (75 ball multi-line and pattern as well as 90 ball games), a selection of instant win games,  a few guaranteed jackpot games and the £1 million coverall game three times a week (a game that has never seen a player win a million yet).

Deposit bonuses are standard to the network, not even a small increase, and the promotions you will have seen at a hundred different brands online already. Bingo Parlour doesn’t stand out from the crowd, in fact with the dire design of the home page, chances are you won’t even bother to register with this brand. Having said all that, if you’re looking for another Dragonfish networked brand to register with to claim a 100% cash match bonus on, maybe Bingo Parlour ticks the right boxes for you.

Bingo Parlour Pluses

The below pluses are the positive points about Bingo Parlour that make it a site worthy of your time and attention.

Bingo Parlour Minuses

The below minuses are things Bingo Parlour 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.

Bingo Parlour Bonuses

New players to Bingo Parlour are offered a 100% cash match bonus.

T&C's apply - New players only. Min. deposit required is £10. Max. bonus given is £100. Wagering requirements apply.

Details on how to claim your bonus: Bingo Parlour bonuses.

Bingo Parlour Software, Network And Company

Bingo Parlour runs on the 888/Globalcom software and is part of the Dragonfish network.

Screenshots Of Bingo Parlour

Bingo Parlour Home Page

Bingo Parlour Home Page

Bingo Parlour Lobby

Bingo Parlour Lobby

Bingo Parlour Game

Bingo Parlour Game

Bingo Parlour Support

If you have any issues with your time at Bingo Parlour, you can contact the support department via the following methods:

Bingo Parlour Licensing And Complaints

Bingo Parlour is licensed in Gibraltar. Details on the licensing body and how to complain can be found at the licensing body's website - Alternatively you could contact the Gibraltar Gambling Commissioner by email on

UK Gambling Commission: Reference 39028

By: Nickie Shute

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