Our general first impressions
Welcome this bingo bytes review where we get our teeth stuck in and take a big byte to see just how tasty this bingo bytes review can be.
When you first load up the bingo bytes home page you are struck with the free £15 no deposit bonus. The banner in the middle of the screen advertising this is huge and you definitely will not miss it! Just to the right and slightly above where you register is the menu. It’s our assessment that it’s not the clearest or the best of menus we’ve seen. Scroll down just a little further and you’ll see all the latest winners and what the jackpot sizes are. At the time we put this bingo bytes review together the bingo jackpot was a sizeable £2,500.
For the purposes of this bingo bytes review we created an account to see how easy this process is. The process is pretty simple, you simply fill in three sections with some basic details and then you’re away. You’ll be sent a confirmation email which you’ll need to validate to get your free £15. Just be careful and double check it hasn’t gone into your spam box. Bingo bytes is part of the live bingo network, so if you already have an account with them you can use those details to log in.
Once you’re all logged in the game lobby is nice and compact. All the current bingo games are all in one easy to read table. Just above the bingo rooms is a little menu style bar telling what times which rooms are open, great for knowing when the free bingo is available! For the purposes of this bingo bytes review we checked out the 90 ball bingo room, where tickets cost 5p and FH winnings were £49.50. Once the bingo room has loaded up it has a simple feel to it. There are no flashy graphics going on here, just bingo. You have the option to play slots as well as bingo. When we put this bingo bytes review together there were plenty of friendly people in the chat room and it was good chatting away while using our free £15 to play bingo.
Bingo Bytes Review Summary
Our final thoughts and analysis of this bingo bytes review. Bingo bytes is in no way flashy. It pretty much is what it is, a place to play bingo without being over the top. The overall layout isn’t too bad, as it’s nice and compact. The menu could be a little bigger and better laid out in our honest opinion. The pluses here were definitely the number of people in the chat room. If you’re looking for a no frills bingo option then you won’t go too far wrong with bingo bytes.
What Games Are Available?
90 Ball, 80 Ball, 75 Ball, 30 Ball, Slots, Casino Games
Bingo bytes uses COMODO Secure Digital certificate which is SSL secure. You are also insured for up to $50,000 when relaying information.
Visa Debit, Visa Electron, Mastercard, Switch, Ukash, paysafecard
Is it fully Licensed & Regulated?
Bingo bytes is regulated and licensed in Gibraltar. This means it falls under the safety and jurisdiction of the UK Gambling Commission.