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Gravy Train Bingo Review

All aboard! Gravy Train Bingo is here, and there is loads to be won. Another site from the prolific Live Bingo Network running on Cozy Games software, Gravy Train is designed to entertain and take you on a fun journey without leaving your seat and they are offering a pretty sweet £65 Welcome Package for new players – a £15 no deposit bonus and then £50 free when you deposit £10, meaning you can play with £75.

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Registration

Despite their name, Gravy Train haven’t fallen into the trap of theming their site around the colour brown. However, the classy purple tones don’t seem to have much to do with any kind of theme at all, though they do give a sense of overall luxury. The register button is nice and clear in yellow as you hit the homepage of Gravy Train Bingo so you’ll have no trouble getting started. The registration form asks for basic details and then card details are also needed, though you don’t have to deposit immediately. As you cannot log in at all without account activation, you need to head to your email account to verify your details and activate your account. Once that’s done, you’ll be credited £15 of bonus funds to have a play. Don’t forget that your LBN credentials work across the network, meaning if you’ve already signed up you can use those details here, but you won’t be able to sign up again and collect an additional £15 bonus.

In-Game

Once you have registered you are dropped straight onto the main game lobby page, though you can navigate throughout the site easily from here using the left-hand sidebar, which includes the banking cashier and your account section as well as a list of all the available promotions at Gravy Train Bingo. The lobby itself is central and though it’s been themed to somewhat match the purple colour scheme, is still easily recognisable as the Live Bingo standard lobby.

The lobby shows which games are available, including eight 90-ball games, five 80-ball, and one each of 75-ball and 30-ball, giving a wide range of play options to visitors. Two of the games are free and open throughout the day, though one is reserved for funded players only. The games open in a new pop-out window with a graduated pink and purple background. The ticket pane takes up most of the window, with the chat interface on the right-hand side.The caller voice is not very well recorded unfortunately, but does use a number of fun calls.

The chat across the LBN is always a standout, most probably because of the high numbers of players present. The chat hosts are fun and it is nice to see them remembering players and holding genuine and interesting conversations. There are also regular chat games across the network, and the various sites provide full guidance as to how each game works (though you can just check with the chat host of your room, who is usually very knowledgable).

Any Extras

Alongside the bingo games available at Gravy Train you can look forward to their range of slots. This, again, is the same selection available across the Live Bingo Network, but as they have the option of either playing with cash or with bonus funds you can begin to enjoy them immediately. If you choose to deposit with Gravy Train Bingo you’ll be offered one of the the best welcome bonuses on the market – 1150% over your first three deposits, in portions of 500% on your first, 350% on your second and then 300% on your third.

Pros and Cons

I loved the nice classy colour scheme
Site easy to navigate
Decent selection of bingo games

If you’re not a fan of other Live Bingo Network sites then you’re probably not going to fall in love with it
I do love a site that’s got a decent theme running through it, and this one doesn’t which I think is a shame.

Review updated: April 6, 2016