The home page of polo bingo is very bright and colourful. The main page is packed with different offers and games. It takes quite a while for you for to read everything. It has a bit of a ‘squashed’ feel to it. The moment you click on any of these links you’ll be asked to log in or create a new account. If you want to carry on looking around then the menu tabs that run across the top of the screen are clearly labelled and it is easy to flick between ‘bingo promotions’ and the bingo community. Navigation is easy at polo bingo.
For the purposes of this polo bingo review we created a new player profile. To do this you simply need to click any ‘join now’ button found throughout the bingo site. To register a new bingo account you need to complete one page of basic information. This took us around a minute or so to complete, as it is information like name and address that is required. In our assessment the process is quick and easy. Once you’ve done this you’re taken to your new account screen. This is where you can make your first deposit. To trigger the bingo bonus you’ll need to deposit a minimum of £10. However, there is free bingo available so to head straight over to the bingo lobby hit the ‘play now’ button.
Once you’re in the bingo lobby area then the page is crammed full of different games. The top of half of the bingo lobby is taken up with different slot games. There is an awful of these slot games. In some ways while writing this polo bingo review we got the feeling polo bingo is more interested in getting you to play slots rather than playing bingo! Just below where slots are is a list of all the bingo games. These are initially sorted by which bingo games are starting soonest. We will say that we were impressed with just how many bingo games were available to play. Just to the left you can sort by bingo games, jackpots and freebies. Bingo games were both free, 1p and ticket prices went all the way up to 25p. Once a week they have a super jackpot where the top prize is £1,000,000.
When you first join polo bingo you have access to a newbie freebie room. This room allows you to play bingo for free with the chance to win cash prizes. The prizes are very small, but this is still a pretty good gesture. While carrying out our inspection for this polo bingo review we tried and tested a number of different bingo rooms. We found the free bingo good fun, but you can’t chat with fellow roomies unless you’ve made a deposit. If you do chose to make a deposit we found the payment process easy and there is a good selection of payment methods including PayPal. The bingo room itself looked and played really well. The bingo balls are called on the left of the screen, with your bingo cards in the middle and the chat box on the right of the screen. You can also play slots while playing bingo. We found all the bingo chat hosts to be friendly and helpful when needed.
Polo Bingo Review Summary
Our final recap and analysis for this polo bingo review. The only criticism we have is the layout and design of the website. Overall it feels like they have tried to cram too many bingo offers on to one page. It is quite a confusing bingo site to look at. It definitely takes time getting used to. However, the plus points are the free bingo and the amount of bingo games which running. These points make polo bingo a good place to while away a few hours and is definitely worth checking out. But we would recommend you try the free bingo while you get used to this bingo site.
♥ Polo Bingo Review – Games, Banking & Security ♥
♥ Games ♥
90 Ball, 75 Ball, Free Bingo, Penny Bingo, Progressive, Slots, Scratch Games
♥ Security ♥
Polo bingo uses the latest firewall and SSL software to ensure your details are safe and secure all of the time
♥ Payment Methods ♥
Visa Debit, Visa Electron, Mastercard,PayPal, Neteller, Ukash, Entropay, Maestro, Paysafe Card
♥ Currencies ♥
British Pounds, Euro, US Dollar, Canadian Dollar
♥ Licensing & Regulatory Jurisdiction ♥
Government of Gibraltar