Gone Bingo Review
Gone Bingo is a great site from the Best Bingo Network along with sites like Epic Bingo and Dandy Bingo. It’s powered by Cozy Games software and has enough games that you’ll be gone bingo for a while, plus their £115 welcome package should keep your account funded for a while (all for a £10 deposit!)
Gone Bingo Offers
£15 no deposit bonus
Just register email address
£40 1st deposit bonus
Deposit £10 get £40 free and play with £50
Up to 450% Reload Bonus
Get up to 450% on future deposits
£60 login bonus for first 60 days
Get at least £1 every day just for logging in for the first 60 days from depositing
Registering & Claiming your welcome bonuses
Registration here is very simple, with no need for card details, and a two-step process which is quick and easy. You do need email validation though, so be sure you’ve put in the correct email address. Once you’ve verified you can log in and you’ll be credited with your welcome bonus of £15 (no promotion code needed).
Gone Bingo is a quite simple site, but that does make it very easy to navigate. Your balance is displayed on the top right so you can keep track of your money. My only issue with the main page is that there is maybe a bit too much advertising high on the page, meaning the bingo rooms and lobby aren’t very noticeable until you scroll down. There are also a few advertising pop-ups which are a little annoying.
The lobby itself clashes a bit, which is a shame, though I personally find the whole purple and green colour scheme garish. In-game the caller voice is computerised-sounding and badly recorded, which I found was a bit of a letdown. However, with 9 games to choose from, you’ll still have plenty of fun. There is one daily, one weekly and one mega jackpot game as well to pick between. Unfortunately it’s not clear which games are only for depositors, so you may find yourself unable to try out some games if you’re just playing with your no deposit bonus.
The chat interface can be easily minimised if you don’t want to be distracted, but as it seems quite friendly so it’s worth keeping open through the game. There are regular chat games being run by the room hosts, and the interface itself is nice and clear. I did notice several times though that I had trouble with the screen loading.
What can you play?
Though Gone Bingo doesn’t offer any free games, they do have plenty of slots on offer, all of which can be played either with cash or with bonus funds. If you want to play with cash then a deposit is needed, but at the time of writing you’ll get 300% bonus and a cash voucher on top of that, making it pretty appealing. Gone Bingo have a lot of promotions all year round, so if you’re looking for a good offer, you probably don’t need to look further than here. Added to that, they have a mobile platform with mobile-only promotions and over 40 different games.
- 90 ball
- 80 ball
- 75 ball
- 30 ball
- penny bingo
- free bingo
- chat games
Pros and Cons
Strong mobile platform with a lot of games
Plenty of slots
Issues with chat loading
Possible sign-in issues (as seen elsewhere on the network)
Clashing and garish colour scheme