Bid Bingo Review
Bid Bingo isn't a new name on the block. They've existed for a few years now but relaunched as a Dragonfish Network brand in 2016. Their relaunch was due to the demise of the IGT Network (formerly G2Tech, formerly St Minver). Bid joined it's sister sites of Chit Chat and Bingozino in trying to reestablish itself among players. Visitors can now play 75 ball and 90 ball games plus enjoy network exclusives in the Royal Room.
Introducing Bid Bingo
When you first visit Bid Bingo you won't be overwhelmed by the site design. It's relatively plain looking site that's bathed in white, purple and pink. There's no interesting characters to add interest either but that's due to UKGC rules meaning all the fun has gone of bingo. That's not always an issue because all the action takes place in the bingo rooms anyway but it does mean that there's just a lack of creativity these days. Anyway with respect to Bid, all the real action occurs in the Dragonfish powered lobby.
Bid Bingo Welcome Offer
Bid Bingo bid for new players with a £15 bingo bonus, 50 bingo tickets and 10 spins on selected slots. This offer is available on deposits of £5, but there's a bonus limit of £100. Simply register, login and deposit to receive the reward. Wagering terms do apply and these include x4 for bingo and x40 on the slots. Note that the maximum win on the spins will be just £1. New players can also enjoy a few days of free bingo in the Daily Doozey. No deposit is required but all wins are paid as bonuses so terms apply.
As a Dragonfish powered brand you won't find too many surprises at Bid. There's 75 and 90 ball bingo, progressives, daily jackpots, a selection of regular games like Sure Win and a host of slots. Top slot games include Guns N Roses, Shaman's Dream, Rainbow Riches, Starburst and Fluffy Too.
Bid Bingo Promotions
On a positive note, Bid Bingo does have exclusives - well we say exclusives but they're the same promos you'll also find on it's sister sites of Chit Chat Bingo and Bingozino. For example at time of writing there's a bonus calendar which offers a daily bonus code to get rewards such as bingo tickets, free spins and of course bonus cash. Do note the wagering terms! This network of sites also hosts The Royal Room which offers exclusive games to players on selected days of the week. Note there's a VIP day every Tuesday but this is only to plays who have made accumulative deposits of over £750.
Bid Bingo is also set up for mobile and tablet bingo players. No app is required to play on the move! Payments are via the usual sources and these include Neteller, Paypal and Entropay. Do note that some payment options won't result in bonuses should you be trying to get them! The minimum deposit at Bid is £5 and it's also a £5 minimum withdrawal too.
If you enjoy playing on the Dragonfish Network software but would like something extra then Bid Bingo offers that. The welcome bonus used to be be bigger than a lot of other brands, but this has been reduced. The daily bonus codes are another potential plus - although big bonuses always mean big wagering terms too. However, the extras perhaps aren't as big or as attractive as those offered by sites such as Wink.
We'd like to see Bid have a bit more character and perhaps exclusives of it's own. Otherwise it's a wee bit lost in a big pool of Dragonfish brands and the shadow of it's more well known sister site. That said the Royal Room is a big positive with this stable of brands and a worthy reason to choose Bid over many other sites. It's recently revamped lobby area (May 2020) is another plus point.