Iceland Bingo Review - Site Reviews
Iceland Bingo opened in October 2012 and as the name suggests, is brought to you by the experts in frozen foods! Check the about us page and it clearly states “The trade and domain name Iceland Bingo / Bingo Iceland is used under license from Iceland Foods Limited.” The question is, whilst Mums shop at Iceland will they be playing at Iceland Bingo? The homepage of the site sports the colour scheme of the shopping brand and is awash with information about what the site has to offer; from the welcome bonuses to the big winners, slot games to the latest promotion, it can all be viewed on the landing page.
Iceland Bingo is a Dragonfish networked brand so the registration process will likely be quite familiar to you and as there is no free money to be had without making a deposit, financial details are not required to sign up and play with the brand. It offers free bingo to non-depositing players but access is time limited before a deposit. Details of all the free bingo available on this network can be found here.
After registration your first port of call will be the bingo lobby and here is where you will notice a slight difference to the standard offerings from 888/Globalcom powered sites. Rather than the Free Bingo tab we are used to in the standard layout Iceland Specials takes it place. This is where you will find the room that you can access without deposit.
Iceland Bingo are clearly trying to stand out from the usual Dragonfish crowd and you’ll find a number of unique features in addition to the free bingo offering. There is also the Newbie Room where you can qualify for no lose bingo by making a deposit of at least £10 within seven days of registering with the brand.
However, whilst the site does boast unique features and is clearly making an effort to be different, when it comes to game play the offering from this brand is exactly the same as all other sites on the Dragonfish network. You’ll find 75 and 90 ball, the former in two different variants, alongside a whole plethora of instant win games and the chance to place Side Bets on your bingo game. There’s always plenty to keep you entertained at sites on this network.
The number of brands and players using the 888/Globaclom software already prove that this software is popular and Iceland Bingo is likely to be one of the most popular brands on the network just because of the brand awareness and audience that they can already reach by advertising on their home shopping site.
This brand also offers mobile gaming – Click here for a review of Iceland Bingo Mobile
Iceland Bingo Pluses
The below pluses are the positive points about Iceland Bingo that make it a site worthy of your time and attention.
- Higher than standard first deposit bonus offered.
- Free bingo offered to all players.
- Loyalty points earned on all ticket purchases.
Iceland Bingo Minuses
The below minuses are things Iceland 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.
- Limited variety of bingo games.
- Playing side games in the same window as bingo makes the chat hard to follow.
- Long processing times on withdrawals.
Iceland Bingo Bonuses
New players to Iceland Bingo are offered a 300% cash match bonus on deposits of between £5 and £50. Additionally, if you deposit and play through £10 you will receive a £10 Iceland voucher.
Iceland Bingo Software, Network And Company
Visit: Iceland Bingo
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Iceland Bingo Support
If you have any issues with your time at Iceland 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: 08000 516 412 from the UK only.
Iceland Bingo Licensing And Complaints
Iceland 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