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The Bingo Party Review - Site Reviews

The Bingo Party does not offer an affiliate scheme through which we can promote the brand. For this reason we have directed our readers to a brand offering the same gaming experience on the same network.

The Bingo Party launched on the 15 Network in November 2013, growing the network by one more, and uses software from Jumpman Gaming. The software is becoming fairly established now and offers no fuss 75-ball and 90-ball bingo, with free bingo offerings and plenty of promotions

It’s certainly sparkly, and very pink, though it puts us more in mind of nail varnish rather than parties when we land on the homepage, though we do note that they have replaced the Spin the Wheel bonus game with a Spin of the Decks to ‘mix’ things up a little!

It’s certainly has the Party feel, and as with other sites on this software, creating a new account is really easy. Just fill in a few simple details, register a payment method and you’ll be ready to play, you will need to make a deposit before you can join in any of the games, but you can look around the bingo rooms at least before you make that commitment.

Once you’re signed up and logged in, hit play and the bingo lobby will launch and from here you’ll have access to all the bingo rooms and games. The tabs make it easy to navigate around site so you can decide whether you want to access 75-ball, 90-ball or one of the specials or jackpot rooms on offer. Once you do enter the room you’ll be greeted by one of the friendly chat hosts who will give you any help you need, and then you’ll be ready to join in the game and play.

Ticket purchasing is really simple, just select the tickets you would like to buy from the left of the screen, watch the play full screen and join in chat to the right. The games play well and the interface is not that dissimilar to other software packages available right now. The 15 Network is still fairly small but the rooms have plenty of players in and the rooms pots are appealing, although the brand does maintain it’s community feel lost at some of the other bigger sites.

If you do fancy trying out some of the games then there are plenty available. Mini games are accessible from the top of the bingo lobby, or above the chat box when your game is in play. You can play some big named slots such as Fluffy Favourites and Sugar Train or play many of the table games, scratchcards and instant wins on offer. Like the bingo, these games play well, are appealing and have plenty of options to allow you to play to your budget.

On the promotions page at The Bingo Party you’ll see a selection of jackpot games, giveaways and specials. There are quite a few things on offer, but these are network standard, there are no unique promotions here sadly.

Overall The Bingo Party is a good looking, easy to play bingo site and offers plenty for the discerning bingo player, but it doesn’t really offer anything different to other, already established sites on the network, and as the network grows it becomes more and more important that these brands bring something unique to the table.

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The Bingo Party Pluses

The below pluses are the positive points about The Bingo Party that make it a site worthy of your time and attention.

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The Bingo Party Minuses

The below minuses are things The Bingo Party 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.

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The Bingo Party Bonuses

New players to The Bingo Party can claim a first deposit bonus of 200% cash match and a free Spin of the Clubhouse Wheel for the chance to win an extra bonus of between £5 and £2,500. Reloads are worth 25% to 75% redeposits of £10 or more, depending on your loyalty level at site.

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.

Details on how to claim your bonus: The Bingo Party bonuses.

The Bingo Party Software, Network And Company

The Bingo Party runs on Jumpman Gaming software and is part of the 15 Network. The site is owned by 8 Ball Games Ltd.

Screenshots Of The Bingo Party

The Bingo Party Home Page

The Bingo Party Home Page

The Bingo Party Lobby

The Bingo Party Lobby

The Bingo Party Game

The Bingo Party Game

The Bingo Party Support

If you have any issues with your time at The Bingo Party, you can contact the support department via the following methods:

The Bingo Party Licensing And Complaints

The Bingo Party 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: Kath Cross

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