Our General First Impressions
When you first enter the home page you realise that you are at a no-thrills bingo site. The design is relatively basic, with a small logo at the top of the screen otherwise there is not much in the way of flashy graphics. A standard yellow background means that this site looks distinctly average. Also on the home page you will see the lasts new player offer next to an image of a large pile of cash. You can also see what games are available and a list of all the different rooms on offer. The standard look and layout makes navigation easy which meant we could find all the information we needed to help us with this big bucks bingo review.
How to register a new account and make a deposit
As this is part of the live bingo network of cozy bingo sites you can login in using your existing username and password if you so wish. However, by doing this you will not be able to claim the free bonus bucks on offer. The registration process itself is done over three simple steps where you need to fill in all the usual personal details like your name, address, date of birth and so. Be sure that you enter the correct email address as there is an additional step required compared to some of its competitors. You will need to validate your account before you can actually enter the games lobby. This is done by clicking a link that is contained in an email sent to you by big bucks bingo. Once you’ve clicked this link your account will be credit with the free bonus bucks and you can then try out the different games on offer.
If you’d prefer to go ahead and make a deposit straight away then this process is also simple enough. In the games lobby at the top of the screen you will see a ‘deposit’ link just underneath your ‘cash balance’. If you click on this you’ll be taken to the main depositing page. All you need to do is enter how much you wish to deposit, select your preferred depositing method and then enter your account details.
Assessment of the games lobby and different bingo rooms
The games lobby has quite a simple look, which is in keeping with the rest of the site. The same yellow background colour scheme is present. The difference is that there is now a long list of different bingo rooms. At the time of writing this review there was a total of 16 rooms available to play. Within this choice there is big jackpot, free and cheap bingo; in essence there is something for everyone. Although the simple layout is not great graphically, it does mean that it is easy to find a game to play as all you need to do is scroll up and down.
As part of this review we also tested a number of the games out so we could fully inspect what this site had to offer. It is worth noting that if you’ve played a cozy games site before then when you enter the bingo rooms you will find the layout and look very familiar. All the sites which use the network use the same software so this means they all look the same. The room is well laid out and there is no doubt that it is easy to use. Perhaps the graphics are not the best and the CMs are not always that helpful. This is why it is probably best to use the free money to trial the site in the first instance.
Final Summary & Evaluation
Our overall evaluation and analysis for this big bucks bingo review. There is not to really say except that this site is pretty ordinary. There is nothing unique or different about it. It is pretty much the same as many other bingo sites. However, if you like simple and easy to use sites then there is no harm in using the free bonus money on offer to trial it.
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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