Bingolicious Bingo Review
With a great claim like being the home of the £1,000,000 coverall, Bingolicious has a lot to live up to. Let’s see how it shapes up.
Bingolicious Bingo Offers
150% First Deposit Bonus
£15 Free with a £10 deposit
Guaranteed Win Game
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Range of Free Rooms, and are home to the £500 free bingo room
50% Reload Bonus
Get 50% bonus on all future deposits
Registering & Claiming your welcome bonuses
Finding the registration form for Bingolicious is nice and easy, as it’s just a direct click-through from the landing page. The registration form is a simple one, with sections for personal details, address, and a section for bank details. These will not be used immediately, and no money will be taken from your account without permission. Registering with Bingolicious does not give you any welcome bonus, and so if you wish to play any of the paid games you’ll need to deposit immediately, which can be done via the “Deposit Now” link at the top of the page in the account section. There are, however, several free games available at Bingolicious if you want to try the site before committing any money to it.
Refer a friend promotion
Bingolicious doesn’t currenty offer a refer a friend bonus
The Bingolicious homepage is very vibrant, with a pink and apple-green colour scheme. The interface is nice and easy to use, and though there is a section with constantly changing offers, I didn’t find that it detracted from the overall experience. At the bottom of the main page is a section showing games beginning soon, and clicking through any of these will take you to the game lobby, which opens in a new window.
The lobby itself is a fairly standard organisation, with a tab arrangement showing the range of games on offer. Bingolicious has a mixture of 90-ball, 75-ball and instant games, plus a tab for free games and several other tabs showing the promotional games available. The game window is also standardised, with the ticket purchase pane on the left, and then a chat window on the right (this does not appear in free games). The caller is a young male, using a full range of bingo calls, and the games are easy to follow thanks to the clear interface.
The chat at Bingolicious is fairly friendly, and the chat hosts are involved without being over-keen, as happens on some sites. There are regular chat games, which are announced by the chat hosts within the chat itself, and also listed at the top of the chat interface on the left-hand side. Clicking on the name of the chat game will bring up the rules and terms of the game, which is a nice touch. Games here are played for Bingolicious loyalty points, or LPs.
What can you play?
Bingolicious know a thing or two about bingo, like how much better it is when it’s free. They have five free rooms, one open to all and then the others ranked by loyalty – how high up will you go?
There are a variety of free games at Bingolicious, including special games for players of different loyalty levels. Loyalty points are gained through playing the various games on offer, and there is a counter in the top right-hand corner of the main game lobby which shows your loyalty level – represented by a coloured butterfly which begins at blue. There are also a variety of instant games and slots, though unfortunately none of these are free-to-play. If you choose to deposit with Bingolicious you’ll get hold of a 150% bonus of up to £100, meaning that if you were to deposit £10, you’d have £25 to play.
- 90 ball
- 75 ball
- free bingo
- penny bingo
- chat games
- High 5
Pros and Cons
Huge coverall jackpots
I liked the game interface
Lots of offers
Though the layout is nice it’s a little standard