When you think of silk you think of luxury fabrics and colours. Silk bingo is not really like that. The home page has a lot of red to it and quite a basic look. The logo doesn’t really appear to be anything related to silk in anyway. Despite its basic design it works for this bingo site. It means the webpage is not too clogged up with needless banners and graphics. The menu bar that runs along the top of the screen is clear and crisp. In the centre of the page is the latest new player bingo bonus. On the whole navigation is nice and easy which is a definite benefit.
For the purposes of this silk bingo review we created a new bingo account so we could fully assess this process. When you hit the ‘join now’ button you are directed to a new registration page. Here you need to fill in a few basic details such as name address. The completion of this page only took us around a minute and in our assessment we found it very easy. Once you’ve created your new bingo account you can now make your first deposit. If you chose to make a deposit at this stage a new webpage will pop up for you to choose your payment method. This is totally safe and secure. Although there are free bingo rooms at silk bingo, these can only be accessed by players who have a funded account. There is no free bingo and if you do want to play bingo then you will need to make a deposit.
Once you’re inside the bingo the lobby area it has quite a basic feel to it. There is no real colour scheme or design happening. You have a list of bingo rooms which are about to begin playing. You also have a series of menu tabs where you can chose 90 ball bingo, 75 ball bingo, big jackpots and free bingo. But remember the free bingo is only available to funded players. There is also a different variation in tickets costs which is ideal for bingo players of all budgets. On the whole we were left a little disappointed with the choice of bingo rooms. The selection was a little lacking. As part of our inspection of silk bingo we tested a number of different bingo rooms. The bingo rooms also look a little bare. The bingo balls are called on the left of the screen, with your tickets in the middle and the chat box on the right. The bingo itself was absolutely fine. The chat hosts were all very friendly when we chatted while playing bingo.
Silk Bingo Review Summary
Our final assessment and analysis for this silk bingo review. Do not expect a great looking bingo site. There is no real design or theme. Our criticism is that the bingo rooms look quite bare and it feels like this bingo site is not quite finished. There is not an amazing choice of bingo rooms available and free bingo is only available to those players who have made a deposit. Overall we sum up by saying silk bingo is mediocre.
♥ Silk Bingo Review – Games, Banking & Security ♥
♥ Games ♥
90 Ball, 75 Ball, Free Bingo, Penny Bingo, Progressive, Slots, Scratch Games
♥ Security ♥
Silk 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