Payday Bingo Review - Site Reviews
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Payday Bingo launched in July 2013 on the Cozy Games software and was originally part of the Winner Bingo Network. However this network merged with the Live Bingo Network in 2014.
The home page of Payday Bingo is quite bland and dull in comparison with other sites on the network. Three happy looking ladies who advertise the first deposit bonus for new players greet you. The rest of the page is adorned with banners with little information given about what the site has to offer. Not that we need it, we’ve pretty much seen it all before.
Once you have completed the registration process you are taken to the lobby. It is here you can see the bingo offerings from the brand. You will find four different game types available: 30, 75, 80 and 90 ball.
There is plenty of information available from the lobby including the prize pool in each room, the jackpot amount, the price per ticket and the number of players in the room. This helps you to make an informed decision of a game room that suits your requirements and budget.
Step into the room and the new Cozy Games bingo room and you’ll find a layout that is not too dissimilar to how things looked at other sites before the upgrade. The callboard is still on the left of your screen and chat on the right with a selection of mini games. It is simply that you can now see more tickets in the centre of your screen and the space available has been utilised better.
Sadly, whilst the upgrade to the software is certainly an improvement, promotions are still quite boring when compared to those available at other brands on the Internet. Payday Bingo does have a little prize bingo BUT you have to have deposited and spent at least £50 to even get your name in the draw (Summer Prize Giveaway Promotion – July 2013).
Payday Bingo is certainly an improvement on some of the brands we have seen from Cozy Games but the main issues remain. You can still only withdraw once in any seven-day period and this is capped at £300. However, the minimum deposit and withdrawal amounts are better.
It would appear that things are changing for the better with the new sites coming from the Winner Bingo Network so Payday Bingo may not be a hit but it is certainly not quite a miss – a definite maybe in our opinion.
Payday Bingo Pluses
The below pluses are the positive points about Payday Bingo that make it a site worthy of your time and attention.
- Free cards on most ticket purchases.
- Decent selection of bingo games available.
Payday Bingo Minuses
The below minuses are things Payday 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.
- Ticket prices for next game aren't shown.
- Chat hosts are a bit 'smiley' happy making conversations difficult.
- Withdrawals only available once in a week.
Payday Bingo Bonuses
The first deposit at Payday Bingo gets a 350% cash match bonus, 100% on second and 50% on third.
T&C's apply - New players only. Minimum deposit required is £10. Wagering required of 4x bonus + deposit on bingo, 10x deposit + bonus on slots.
Details on how to claim your bonus: Payday Bingo bonuses.
Payday Bingo Software, Network And Company
Screenshots Of Payday Bingo
Payday Bingo Support
If you have any issues with your time at Payday Bingo, you can contact the support department via the following methods:
- Via Live Help
- Email: email@example.com
- Via Web Form in the 'Contact Us' section.
- By post: Cozy Games Management Ltd, Jubilee Buildings, Victoria Street,
Douglas, Isle of Man.
Payday Bingo is licensed in Isle of Man. Details on the licensing body and how to complain can be found at the licensing body's website - www.gov.im/gambling.
UK Gambling Commission: Reference 38719
By: Nickie Shute