Our general first impressions
BOGOF bingo is supposedly the home of ‘buy one get one free’ bingo, but we decided to delve a little deeper to see if that was really the case. When you first enter the BOGOF home page we personally feel it looks a little basic and perhaps a bit dated. There is one large box in the middle which advertises the latest new player bonus, with a bit about the jackpots below this and that is it. To be honest, it is probably best summed up as being pretty dull and uninspiring. It’s plain and simple layout does mean that navigation is really easy, but when you get to the promotions there are no graphics or good design here, just a long list of what’s on offer. To be honest, because of the way it looks it doesn’t mean you spend too much time and in fact we skimmed read it as it looked, well, uninspiring.
How to register a new account and make a deposit
As part of this BOGOF bingo review we set up a new player account so we could analyse the registration process. Fortunately, this is a really easy process with the usual personal details needing to be submitted like name, address and date of birth. Once you’ve completed this step the next screen to load is one where you can make your first deposit. All you need to do is select a payment method on the left hand side of the screen. You’ll then be able to enter your account details depending on which deposit method you’ve chosen. Alternatively, you can skip making a deposit at this stage if you’d prefer to have a look around the lobby area. Just click on the small link below where you enter your account details.
Assessment of the bingo lobby and different bingo rooms
As BOGOF bingo uses virtue fusion software the layout of the lobby area will be familiar with a lot of bingo players. However, if you were looking to play Deal or No Deal bingo then you will be left disappointed as it is not available at this bingo site. In fact, the choice of bingo rooms to join in is very poor. At the time of our visit for this BOGOF bingo review there were just two 90 ball bingo rooms open. Looking at the schedule there are more rooms available, but only sporadically during the course of the day. The actual BOGOF bingo runs from 12PM to 9PM GMT so just make sure you are aware of this. Card prices throughout the day range from 1p to 50p, but it’s very much hit and miss with the timings. There is nothing wrong with the bingo rooms as you would expect with a virtue fusion bingo site.
Final Summary & Evaluation
Our final evaluation and analysis of this BOGOF bingo review. It’s hard to get too excited about BOGOF bingo as we’d probably describe it as pretty uninspiring. The design and look is not great, there is not a great choice of bingo rooms to play and there is no Deal or No Deal bingo. The good thing is that the bingo rooms and the bingo itself are pretty good, but this is because they use virtue fusion is about the only saving grace for this bingo site. Let’s not forget the fact this is the home of BOGOF bingo which also helps, but you just need to time it right.
What Games Are Available?
Games available to play at BOGOF bingo include clover countdown, multi balls, 90 ball and 75 ball bingo. There is an excellent selection of all different types of slot games as well as scratch cards and casino favourites.
Is it safe to play and fully Licensed & Regulated?
BOGOF Bingo is safe to play and join as it is licensed and regulated in Alderney. This means it falls under the jurisdiction of the UK Gambling Commission and is therefore classed as being ‘whitelisted’.