Snappy Bingo Review - Site Reviews
The Live Bingo Network saw huge expansion in 2013 and 2014 and many sites were launched on the network during that time. In the autumn of 2014 came Snappy Bingo, with a crocodile logo, big bonuses and plenty of variants of bingo.
When you land on the homepage you’ll be greeted with a cartoon interface that brings children’s toys to mind far more than an adult game of bingo, but this is a regular complaint of ours, so Snappy Bingo certainly isn’t alone in this. It’s really easy to sign up for a new account but be aware that you will need to include your financial details at registration. Thankfully there are plenty of payment options to choose from including debit and credit cards, Paysafe Card, Neteller and Ukash.
The site uses software from Cozy Games and anyone who has played the software previously is likely to find things quite familiar. The bingo lobby is shown in list format with plenty to choose from. At Snappy Bingo there’s 90-ball, 80-ball, 75-ball, 50-ball and 30-ball bingo giving players a great selection, it’s only a pity the games don’t play all that well!
Enter the bingo room and you’ll find a fairly standard bingo client with tickets taking up centre stage. Although you can purchase ahead for the next game it’s impossible to tell how much the tickets will be and you’re instantly in danger of overspending. The game itself plays fairly well, but chat, which cannot be closed out is annoying. The Live Bingo Network use some of the worst chat hosts on the net, no exaggeration, and the chat box is full of inane chat with poor spelling and grammar and a serious overdose of emoticons. That said there is a good variation of ticket prices, plenty of jackpots, and something to suit all tastes.
It’s not just bingo either, within the bingo client, and separately on the casino section you’ll find a big choice of slots, instant wins and casino games. These are pretty playable and while they may be missing some of the joie de vivre of other blockbuster games, there is plenty of appeal.
Taken alone, Snappy Bingo is okay but not setting the world on fire, but taken within the industry it’s just another skin on the Live Bingo Network. We’re not the biggest fan of the software, and we’re starting to feel the overkill as more new sites launch!
Snappy Bingo Pluses
The below pluses are the positive points about Snappy Bingo that make it a site worthy of your time and attention.
- No deposit required bonus for new players.
- Reloads on every bonus.
- Five variants of bingo.
Snappy Bingo Minuses
The below minuses are things Snappy 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.
- Software not quite up to the standard of other providers.
- Chat hosts are annoying with their incessant use of smileys.
- Wagering on bonuses like chat game wins higher than usual.
Snappy Bingo Bonuses
New players at Snappy Bingo can claim £15 free no deposit bonus and a 500% bonus on your first transaction, 350% on your second, 300% on your third.
£15 Free Play - T&C's apply - New players only. Bonus given on addition of credit/debit card details. Wagering of 8x bonus on bingo or 20x in slots.
First Deposit Bonus - 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.
Reloads are variable, between 25% and 100% dependent on deposit amount.
Snappy Bingo Software, Network And Company
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Snappy Bingo Support
If you have any issues with your time at Snappy Bingo, you can contact the support department via the following methods:
- Call: 0203 608 1305
- Via the onsite live chat facility.
- By Post: Snappy Bingo, c/o Cozy Games Management, Jubilee Buildings, Victoria Street, Douglas, Isle of Man, IM1 2SH
Snappy Bingo Licensing And Complaints
Snappy Bingo is licensed in the Isle of Man. Details on the licensing body and how to complain can be found at the licensing body's website - www.gov.im.
UK Gambling Commission: Reference 38719
By: Kath Cross