Our General First Impressions
The moment you enter this site you know you are here for one thing – to play bingo. The home page is full of glitzy bingo balls and lots of bright colours, with the main colour being a bright pink. All the offers area surrounded with bright lights and there is no doubt that overall it looks good on the eye. The latest offers go around in the middle of the screen, while below this you will see a schedule of all the games and rooms currently open to play. The layout is fairly standard but the graphics make it standard out. Navigation is also very easy thanks to a nice and simple menu bar which meant we were easily able to obtain all the information needed to help us write this have a ball bingo review.
How to register a new account and make a deposit
As part of this review we created a new player account as we wanted to test out all aspects of this bingo site. The registration process is actually done over two steps and this is because you are given a free bingo bucks bonus when you join. First of all you will need to enter your personal details like name, address, date of birth and so on. These are all the standard details that you would expect to fill in. Just make sure you enter the correct email address. This is because you will be sent an email that contains a link in it. You need to click this link to validate your account. This will allow you to claim the free bingo bonus and allow you to enter the games lobby.
As you are given free money you have to make an initial deposit if you do not want to. However, making a deposit is very straight forward. At the top of the screen in the games lobby you will see your current cash balance and a link just below this labelled ‘deposit’. When you click the link you are taken to the cashier screen where you decide how much you wish to deposit and whether you want to accept the deposit bonus or not. At this stage you need to enter our special code “bonus play” if you want to claim the extra deposit bonus. There are a number of different payment methods available from debit and credit cards to instant pay.
Assessment of the games lobby and different bingo rooms
Whether you have made a deposit or not when you enter the games lobby you will see a long list of bingo rooms. This may look familiar to a lot of bingo regulars as this is in fact a cozy games bingo site. In the background are still all the brightly coloured bingo balls and bright pink colours. But the list of rooms and games available are the same that will be found across this network which features many sites. Because of the layout it does mean that navigation is very easy as you simply need to scroll up and down the page to find a game that you want to play. There is a good selection of different types of games as well as a variety of rooms to join and play.
Because we wanted to fully test and inspect all aspects of this site we also played a number of games in different rooms. The software is now very popular so the chances are you will know the layout of the rooms. The bingo itself is good fun, but there can be issues with the CMs. We didn’t really find them all that helpful and often told roomies to send an email with their questions. This is not that helpful and we can see them losing players through this service.
Final Summary & Evaluation
Our overall evaluation and analysis for this have a ball bingo review. The home page is very impressive both on the eye and with the layout, as this makes it very easy to use. There are free bonus bucks on offer but the process of getting this can be a little time consuming. The major downfall is that once you get into the games rooms you soon realise there is nothing really unique here.
What Games Are Available?
There is a choice of 90 ball, 80 ball, 75 ball and 30 ball bingo games. There is also a selection of different side games which includes slots, progressive jackpots, scratch cards, instant wins and casino games.
Is it safe to play and fully Licensed & Regulated?
This is classed as safe to play and join as it is ‘whitelisted’. This is because it is licensed and regulated in Isle of Man which means it falls under the jurisdiction of the UK Gambling Commission.
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