Brand New Bingo Review - Site Reviews
Brand New Bingo launched on the 15 Network in mid-March 2014, the 15th brand to join the network whose bingo is powered by the Jumpman Gaming software. The first question on our lips was about the brand name, whilst it’s great for attracting the players looking for ‘ a brand new bingo site’, it will soon have lost the tag ‘new’ and what then? The marketing idea works though, new bingo sites is quite a highly searched term, it will simply become misleading soon enough.
When you land at the site for the first time, the design doesn’t make you think ‘brand new’; instead you are greeted with a site that’s quite hard on the eyes with the neon colour scheme and continually spinning wheel. Don’t let this put you off about Brand New Bingo, it’s on a solid network with impressive software so worth taking the time to register to play.
Registration is a pretty standard process to this network with the usual information to get you started. There is no requirement to register your financial details in order to get started at the site but with no free money on offer, you will need to make a deposit in order to play. Even if you have accounts at other brands on the network, the only hiccup you may have at registration is finding a unique username that hasn’t been taken.
Once you have signed up then you are ready to hit the main lobby, the hive of all activity at Brand New Bingo. You can access the lobby by clicking “Play Now”. If you are a member of other brands on the network then the lobby layout will feel familiar the moment you enter. You will find details of the player numbers, jackpot amounts, number of players, time until next game and the hosts name in the room if one is on duty. This will all help you to make an informed choice as to the room that suits your requirements and budget.
Brand New Bingo, like all sites on the 15 Network, does not have quite the selection of bingo variants of big named brands – there are just 75 and 90 ball games currently available. However, the sites on this network do offer a number of unique features which include the Streak Buster in the Lucky Stars room (lose five games in a row and get six free tickets for the next game) and the ability to receive internal mail from management keeping you abreast of all the latest offers and bonus codes.
Whilst Brand New Bingo is the 15th brand to join the network, at the point of the review there was nothing to make the brand stand out from the crowd. All the promotions and offers were standard to the network. However, the review was compiled within days of launch and it could be that these are ‘coming soon’.
Like all brands on the 15 Network, Brand New Bingo is one to watch because as the network grows, so shall the promotions and jackpots on offer from the site.
Brand New Bingo Pluses
The below pluses are the positive points about Brand New Bingo that make it a site worthy of your time and attention.
- Cash match bonus on first deposit.
- Free bingo for funded players.
- Unique Streak Buster deal.
Brand New Bingo Minuses
The below minuses are things Brand New Bingo 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.
- Very limited room numbers.
- Limited number of lower priced bingo games.
- Only accepts debit and credit cards as payment methods.
Brand New Bingo Bonuses
New players to Brand New Bingo can claim a first deposit bonus of 200% cash match and a free Spin of the Wheel for the chance to win an extra bonus of between £5 and £2,500.
T&C's apply - New players only. Min. deposit £10, max. bingo bonus £100. Wagering requirements of 4x for bingo bonus and 40x for IG bonus.
Brand New Bingo Software, Network And Company
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Brand New Bingo Support
If you have any issues with your time at Brand New Bingo, you can contact the support department via the following methods:
- Telephone: 01481 734554
- Email: email@example.com
Brand New Bingo Licensing And Complaints
Brand New Bingo is licensed in Alderney. Details on the licensing body and how to complain can be found at the licensing body's website - www.gamblingcontrol.org.
UK Gambling Commission: Reference 39175
By: Nickie Shute