Biscuit Bingo Review
Biscuit Bingo is a bingo site aimed at anyone who loves dunking a good biscuit – that’s everyone right? It’s part of the Best Bingo Network, along with other popular sites such as Bingo Hero and Bingo G to name just a couple.
Spend £10 play with £125!
In addition to the £15 no deposit bonus and the £40 bonus you’ll get if you deposit £10, biscuit bingo are also offering a £60 login bonus given in crumbs of £1 for each day you login for the first 60 days! So that means that when you add up all the initial bonuses you can play with a crunchy £125 from your £10 deposit. You can also grab another 300% bonus on your next two deposits.
Biscuit Bingo Offers
Registering & Claiming your welcome bonuses
Registering with Biscuit Bingo is a simple task. The registration button is easy to find, and as it says, there are just “2 simple steps” – account details, and contact details. No need for card details to be entered on signup, though you’ll need a payment method if you choose to deposit. Email validation is needed before you can sign in, but once you’ve verified your account you’ll have your welcome bonus added.
The colour scheme of Biscuit Bingo is light and bright, with a nice biscuit logo. The layout is easy to use, with your balance displayed clearly on the top right, and the Play Now button highlighted in orange.
There is a mix of 90, 80 and 75 bingo here. Some games are limited to depositing players and there’s nothing to distinguish which ones until you’re in room. However, there are nine rooms, including one daily, one weekly, and one bumper jackpot, so there is plenty to choose from. There is one room listed as free, but while I was logged in the tickets did not go below 3p.
In-play, the caller voice is of poor quality and doesn’t use any of my favourite bingo calls. The chat interface is quite simple too, and without depositing you only have access to the Free room, which was not particularly chatty or friendly. While I was logged on there wasn’t really even a chat host present – the only time they talked was to announce they were going on a break!
What can you play?
Biscuit Bingo has a free 30-ball game which runs 3 times an hour. To earn free tickets to it, simply deposit. You’ll get 48 free tickets per month, and then logging in will grab you another 10 per day.
There are no free games (that I could find) on Biscuit, but there are slots, most of which can be accessed with either cash or bonus funds. They also have a mobile platform, with 30 games available and no download needed.
Jackpots are only available to depositing players on Biscuit, and they do make this clear before you buy tickets. However, there’s no calculator on screen, so if you don’t pay attention you don’t know how much you are spending on tickets anyway.
- 90 ball
- 80 ball
- 75 ball
- 30 ball
- penny bingo
- free bingo
- chat games
Pros and Cons
Good bonus offers
Mobile platform with over 30 games and no download needed
Poor chatroom management and interaction
Some lack of clarity and inconsistencies between titles of rooms and reality (free room for example)