The home page looks as you would expect it for a bingo site that is basing itself on the fabled character of Robin Hood. The page is full of green colours and the character is a dashing looking kind of guy. The design of the webpage has been well done as it definitely looks fun and is also practical. There is a small menu bar running along the top of the webpage which allows you to jump to other sections of the website. Using this bingo site is really easy and each page looks great. It has also been laid out really well so that everything is easy to find and use. The home page has also done a really good job in clearly labelling all the promotions and they are keen to let you know there is plenty of free bingo to be had!
So we could provide a thorough inspection for this Robin Hood bingo review we created a new player account. To join up with Robin Hood bingo you need to hit any of the ‘join now’ buttons that are throughout the bingo site. Once you do this you are taken to the registration page. Once here it is a question of filling in basic information such as your name and address. Our overall assessment of this process is it is quick and easy to join and create an account at Robin Hood bingo. Once this process is finished you are taken to your new bingo account. There is free bingo available to all new bingo players within the first two days or joining. This allows you to really test the bingo site before you go and make a deposit with your own money. We always strongly recommend that you try and bingo site for free to begin with.
To get to the bingo lobby just hit the big ‘play now’ button. A new window will popup and this will now take you to the bingo lobby area. In our judgement we found the bingo lobby to be exceptionally well designed and layout. It is really user friendly. There are a choice of 90 ball bingo and 75 ball bingo rooms available. When we were compiling this Robin Hood bingo review there were bingo games starting every 30 seconds. On the right of the screen you will find a selection of slot games for you to try. There is also a varied cost of bingo tickets which range from free to 30p.
To help us gain a true appreciation for Robin Hood bingo we tried out numerous different bingo rooms. The bingo rooms are well laid out and look pretty smart too. The bingo balls are called on the left, with your bingo cards in the middle and the chat box and slots on the right of the screen. Caution is needed for those who are wishing to play free bingo. There is no chat facility in the free bingo rooms. You will only be able to chat with fellow roomies if you go on to make a deposit. In the rooms we did try with chat hosts we found them to be friendly and helpful.
Robin Hood Bingo Review Summary
Our final recap and analysis for this Robin Hood bingo review. We are genuinely struggling to find criticism with this bingo site. It is quite easy to see why this bingo site has won an award. The layout and the design means it not only looks good but it is also user friendly. Everything has been designed in a way which makes it an easy bingo site to use. There is a lot of choice of bingo rooms for bingo players of all budgets. Overall this is an excellent place to play bingo and is highly recommended.
♥ Robin Hood Bingo Review – Games, Banking & Security ♥
♥ Games ♥
90 Ball, 75 Ball, Free Bingo, Penny Bingo, Progressive, Slots, Scratch Games
♥ Security ♥
Robin Hood 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