Cocktail Bingo Review - Site Reviews
In January 2014 Cocktail Bingo was acquired by a company who have chosen not to offer an affiliate scheme through which we can promote their brand. For this reason we have chosen to direct you to another brand on the same network.
Cocktail Bingo opened to players in mid-April 2013 and chose to launch as part of the Dragonfish network. Bingo games offered at the site are powered by the 888/Globalcom software product making this a site destined to be popular with both the novice and avid online player.
Landing at the site for the first time you are greeted with a design that fits with the brand name, Cocktail Bingo. There are bingo balls sliced to reveal various fruits and a suave cocktail waiter making up a selection of refreshing drinks, albeit that they are virtual.
To get started you need to register a new account with the brand and that will take you just a few moments. Although there is a section for your credit/debit card details, you do not have to complete this to start playing at the site as they offer you a taster in one room for a short time with free bingo available. Within minutes you are ready to drink in the bingo delights on offer at Cocktail Bingo.
Step into the virtual bar that is the lobby and here you can take a look at the list of rooms available. It is here that you can choose where to play with numerous ‘ingredients’ shown in each room – namely the number of players, ticket prices, jackpots and time until the next game. All of this helps you choose something to suit your bingo taste buds and budget.
It is from the lobby that you can access the no cost games and a deposit is not required to play in one of the rooms. Access before a deposit is time limited and more details can be found here.
As soon as you have chosen a room you will find friendly hosts and roomies there to greet you, the same as with any other Dragonfish networked brand. The room layout and design is standard to the network and whether you are a novice or an avid bingo player, navigation through the site is simple.
You’ll find an abundance of choice when it comes to games; the site offers the traditional 90 ball games, 75 ball as pattern and five-line bingo and a whole plethora of instant win games to choose from. There are jackpots aplenty too, from the guaranteed pre-buy games to the thrice weekly £1 million coverall offering and the progressive jackpots in all rooms.
Cocktail Bingo doesn’t stand out from the Dragonfish networked crowd, other than a slightly increased welcome bonus at launch, but you are guaranteed a safe and secure gaming environment on a trusted network and software product.
Cocktail Bingo Pluses
The below pluses are the positive points about Cocktail Bingo that make it a site worthy of your time and attention.
- Higher than standard first deposit bonus for new players.
- Free bingo offered to all players.
- Loyalty points earned on all ticket purchases.
Cocktail Bingo Minuses
The below minuses are things Cocktail 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.
- Offers the same promotions as other brands on the same network.
- Limited variety of bingo games.
- Out of date offer on some pages.
Cocktail Bingo Bonuses
New players to Cocktail Bingo are offered a 150% cash match bonus on deposits of between £10 and £100.
Details on how to claim your bonus: Cocktail Bingo bonuses.
Cocktail Bingo Software, Network And Company
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Cocktail Bingo Support
If you have any issues with your time at Cocktail Bingo, 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.
Cocktail Bingo Licensing And Complaints
Cocktail Bingo 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