When you first enter the home page you are greeted with a bright pink webpage that is full of little animations across the screen. At the top different graphics continually flash round on a loop, while there are moving bingo balls and other such little animations going on. In our opinion we found it to be a bit over the top. The page has a lot of flash graphics but lack any real quality. The menu tabs on the left of the page are in bright pink so they cannot be missed. This actually helps as it makes navigation really easy. Although there are two tabs at the top which say ‘casino’ and ‘poker’ yet when clicked on they both take you to the same slots page. This is pretty poor as they don’t really do anything and there is no need for them to be there.
For the purposes of this spectra bingo review we registered a new player account so we could fully inspect this process. Joining is easy as there is a large bingo ball on the home page which flashes ‘join here’. Once you click on this you are taken to the registration screen where you simply need to enter some brief personal details such as your name and address in to the required fields. There is also a section for you to enter your bank details. This is used for age verification purposes, but this can also be skipped till a late date if you so wish. Once you’ve registered your new bingo account you’re taken to a screen where you can click a link to make your first deposit. Making a deposit is really easy and all major debit and credit cards accepted. But, you do not have to make a deposit to play bingo. There is plenty of free bingo to be had as we discovered during our inspection of spectra bingo.
Once you’ve registered your new account you can now enter the bingo lobby area. The bingo lobby looks totally different to the rest of the bingo site. Its layout and design is bright and colourful, and has a bit more of a classy feel to it. The different bingo rooms are found by using the clearly labelled menu tabs on the left of the screen. You’ll have a choice of 90 ball bingo and 75 ball bingo to play. All bingo rooms are clearly labelled which makes playing bingo by ticket price easy. This is ideal for those players who are on a strict budget. As part of our assessment of glorious bingo we tried and tested a number of different bingo rooms. The rooms all look great and there is also a good choice of slots to play while also playing bingo or chatting with fellow roomies. However, be warned that there is no chat facility in the free bingo rooms.
Spectra Bingo Review Summary
Our final thoughts and analysis for this spectra bingo review. It’s fair to say that the home pages are not very good. The graphics and design looks cheap and tacky. However, it’s all about bingo and the bingo is good. There is a decent selection of different bingo rooms and all at different ticket prices and jackpot sizes. The lobby area is very user friendly and you’ll have no issues finding a bingo room which suits your needs and budget. There is also free bingo with real cash prizes, so this is what makes spectra bingo a winner and will worth checking out.
♥ Spectra Bingo Review – Games, Banking & Security ♥
♥ Games ♥
90 Ball, 75 Ball, Free Bingo, Penny Bingo, Progressive, Slots, Scratch Games
♥ Security ♥
Spectra 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