Bingolicious Review - Site Reviews
In December 2015 the site was sold to Tarco Ltd so for the interim we are redirecting to another Dragonfish brand until we have further information.
Bingolicious, is it as tasty as it sounds? Well on the home page the lady licking the bingo ball lollipop most definitely appears to think so but instantly it’s apparent that this site is yet another Dragonfish networked brand. However Bingolicious have made an effort to look a bit different to the normal sites we see, a bit better on the design front than most. Step into the bingo rooms however, and you’ll find exactly the same offerings as you will at hundreds of other sites on this network.
No doubt you will know the drill by now with reference to the registration form at Bingolicious; whilst there is a section for financial details you can ignore this section and still enter the site as they offer no cost games in one room. Access to this room, before deposit, is time restricted and when that expires access can only then be gained by meeting certain deposit requirements. More details of the free bingo from Dragonfish brands can be found by clicking here.
From the lobby at Bingolicious you can see what games are being offered by this brand and they are the same as at all other networked Dragonfish brands; 75 ball bingo – both pattern and a selection of multi-line Swedish games and the traditional 90 ball bingo. There are also an array of side games offered.
Once in a bingo room the layout is standard to the network with the only indication that you are playing at Bingolicious being their logo in the top left hand corner. Ticket purchasing options are to the left of your screen but this becomes your bingo call board when the game is in play. To the centre you have your bingo tickets with the game prize details above your cards and to the right is the chat room with a selection of instant win games above that.
Bingolicious awards loyalty points on every ticket that you purchase at the site and these have an exchange rate of 1,000 for £1 in bonus funds to play bingo with. However if you prefer you can send stupid virtual gifts to other players in the chat rooms – we think you’d be better off taking the free bonus funds but it’s a personal preference.
Unfortunately, and it may be that we have reviewed so many of the Dragonfish brands now, there isn’t anything different to say about Bingolicious! The welcome bonuses are the same, the games are the same, the promotional offers are the same – Bingolicious is simply more of the same!
The below pluses are the positive points about Bingolicious that make it a site worthy of your time and attention.
- Selection of guaranteed jackpot games.
- Free bingo offered to all players.
- Loyalty points earned on all ticket purchases.
The below minuses are things Bingolicious 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.
- No 'about to buy' notification on ticket purchases.
New players to Bingolicious are offered a 150% cash match bonus.
T&C's apply - New players only. Min. deposit is £10. Max. bonus is £100. Wagering requirements apply.
Details on how to claim your bonus: Bingolicious bonuses.
Bingolicious Software, Network And Company
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If you have any issues with your time at Bingolicious, 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.
Bingolicious Licensing And Complaints
Bingolicious 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 firstname.lastname@example.org
UK Gambling Commission: Reference 39028
By: Nickie Shute