Our general first impressions for this Bingo Street Review
When you first enter the bingo street home page you are greeted with a good looking website. The home page has been well designed so that the colour schemes are pastel and the page is not overloaded with flashy graphics. The latest promotions lazily scroll on by in the middle of the screen, while just below this you’ll find details about a couple of the latest promotions being run. Navigation is made easy by the clear and crisp menu bar at the top of the screen. We’d recommend that you take a look at the many promotions on offer. Upon closure inspection we found a good selection of promotions for all types of bingo player. As each promotion has a different set of terms and conditions applied so we would recommend you fully read these before accept any form of bonus. If you’re a bingo newbie then head over to the help section where you’ll find a really helpful FAQ guide.
How To Register a New Account
For the purposes of this bingo street review we wanted to analyse the registration process, so we created a new player account. When you click on any of the ‘join now’ buttons you’ll be taken to the registration screen. Here you’ll need to fill in some brief personal details such as providing your name, address and date of birth. During this test of the process we did not encounter any issues and it only took us about a minute to complete. Once you’ve done this you are then taken to ‘My House’. This is your account section of bingo street where you can keep track of your account balance and how many loyalty points you have. If you want to make a deposit then a new window will pop up, where you chose your payment method and follow the details on screen. There is a word of caution here. While free bingo is advertised, these free bingo rooms are only available to funded players. So to play bingo you’ll need to have made a deposit at some stage.
Once you get into the bingo lobby, you’ll find a really cool looking area. The bingo rooms are shops that are dotted along roads. Use the simple menu tab at the bottom to choose between the different bingo rooms. You’ll have a choice of 90 ball and 75 ball bingo games to choose from. The ticket prices also vary ranging from free, if you’ve made a deposit, to 40p. As part of our bingo street review we tested a number of different bingo rooms. In the bingo room the balls are called on the left of the screen, your tickets are in the middle and the chat room is on the right. It is a familiar and friendly layout. Buying tickets is also easy, and they can be bought individually or in bulk. We found the chat hosts to be friendly and knowledgeable, and all the other roomies we chatted with were nice and friendly.
Overall Evaluation & Review Summary
Our final summary and analysis for this bingo street review. This is a bingo site where all roads lead to Rome. That is to say you’re on to a winner. The design and layout are excellent, as this is a really user friendly bingo site. Joining and making a deposit is really easy. The bingo lobby looks totally unique and is also really fun. There is a good selection of bingo rooms all at different costs to help you stay within your budget. On the whole this is an excellent bingo site and is definitely recommended.
♥ What Games Are Available? ♥
90 Ball, 75 Ball, Free Bingo, Progressive Jackpots, Slots, Scratch Games, Casino Games
♥ Payment Methods ♥
Visa Debit, Visa Electron, Mastercard,PayPal, Neteller, Ukash, Entropay, Maestro, Paysafe card,
♥ Accepted Currencies ♥
British Pounds, Euro, US Dollar, Canadian Dollar
♥ Is it fully Licensed & Regulated? ♥
Bingo Street is licensed by the Government of Gibraltar. This makes it totally safe and secure.