Bingo Crazy Review
Online since: 2014
Welcome Bonus: 12 tickets worth up to £3,000
Despite having a less than inspiring title, Bingo Crazy has been a constant within the iGaming community since its launch in 2014. And while it may not be the most well respected within the community, this Cozy Games site has proven itself as a hub of reliable games and activities. What is more, according to its list of credentials from the website itself, this label is part of the Live Bingo Network, one of many nexus’ of bingo platforms that’s seen as providing above average experiences to its members. Everything that’s in place seems to further the idea that Bingo Crazy is a well established website, however we have to admit that the interface/design of the platform hasn’t fared so well. Even though it functions adequately enough, after only four years it’s already starting to look aged and tired.
To facilitate what Bingo Crazy is all about, a series of promotions has been provided for use by both new and existing customers. In truth, this is the format that virtually every brand takes within this community, but it should still be praised nonetheless. What is more, Bingo Crazy should be noted for using familiar deals provided by Cozy Games across all of their iGaming websites, a tactic that has obviously served them well since they started in 2005.
- Welcome offer: 12 tickets worth up to £3,000
- 300%, 150% and 100% deposit bonus
If you’re coming into this as a newbie, there’s two different bonuses you can activate, seemingly at the same time, thus doubling up how you get started. One of these deals is free 12 tickets for each of the bingo games, worth up to £3,000, for the first seven days of your account activation. This only takes place inside the Newbie Room however, so make sure you don’t confuse the offer with one of the others listed; also, bonuses run from 1am until 7am and vice versa. As with all promotions though, there are certain conditions that customers need to adhere to, such as the x4 bingo wagering requirement.
Should you be interested in unlocking the second newcomer bonus, the three deposit bonuses, then you can do so by depositing £10 into your account on three separate occasions. The amount of bonus you’ll get will start at 300%, steadily going down to 150%, and then finishing up at 100%. These, as is expected, come with a wagering necessity, also capped at the x4 we mentioned previously. All players will have 30 days to meet the requirement, as well as utilising the bonus funds, before they’re then removed from your account.
Now that the newbie business is out of the way, we can look towards the remaining offers, nearly all of which are based inside one of the bingo rooms, as well as the loyalty scheme and Bonus Bucks. The room based promos are simple enough, usually with cheap tickets and seeded pots, but the loyalty options aren’t as clear, with only the FAQs giving us the most vague of information about them.
Games and Software
Softwares: Cozy Games, Eyecon and NetEnt
Should you be someone who has experienced the Cozy Games company before, then the design of the Bingo Lobby will be like a familiar face of the community, with the rooms offering 90, 80, 30 ball and other such games. These types of activities are played across many rooms, including that of the Hump Day Room, Down Town, and City Hall; according to Bingo Crazy itself, there’s over 35 bingo titles to play through. We know that this number refers to bingo and not the other casino activities, simply as there’s a huge volume of slots and table based games.
To play the bingo games, there’s prebuy tickets, or you can hop into a room and join in provided there’s space for you. What is more, you’ll be able to see how long there is until a new game starts, and/or whether a game is in progress right now. In addition to this, there’s also information regarding the cost of tickets and the payouts provided, therefore providing an easy to understand interface and adaptable design. It’s a great system, and one that ensures that inexperienced players can play alongside the pros.
But what of the other games? Well, Bingo Crazy has plenty of pokies for those of you who prefer one armed bandits, coming from NetEnt and Eyecon; these two software developers are the main ones used by Cozy Games. Alongside the slots, there’s also a couple of table games, as well as Slingo offerings, which is a type of bingo and slots game combined. Consequently, there’s a lot for all users to engage with, however none of that can be done without being a member, due to the setup of the website.
Banking options: Paysafecard, Mastercard and Neteller
Despite the site being geared up for customers who are registered rather than guests, the FAQs does a fantastic job of detailing its banking system to visitors. Not only is there a guide to how you deposit the funds, which includes the allowed methods and the minimum fee of £10, but there’s also a rundown of the withdrawal process. As you can see for yourselves, Paysafecard, Mastercard and Neteller can be used, among a few others as well. However, there’s no mention of withdrawal amounts, though we do know that the site keeps track of how far along the wagering requirement process you are.
No matter which transaction you decide to put through, even if it’s both, you’ll be able to do so in the currencies of EUR and GBP. Furthermore, no fees are placed on the transactions, though we are aware that some providers will attach fees, and so we suggest that you check those out before proceeding.
In reference to the safety of this platform, Bingo Crazy operates on a dual license from the Gibraltar Gambling Commissioner and the UK Gambling Commission. Most of these details are given by the label itself, but if you require more you can always contact them.
Support and Contact Details
Seeing as how we’ve mentioned FAQs, those can be used as a means of support, that being said, for more advanced assistance there’s several options to take. When visiting the Contact Page, you’ll see that there’s live chat, email, telephone, and raising a ticket, the latter of which is an onsite system that can’t be accessed unless you’re registered and logged in.
All reviewers say that Bingo Crazy is a 24/7 support service, but it’s only the telephone option that states those operational hours, and so we can’t say for definite whether all of the options adhere to this rule.
Last up is social media, an area that we know that Cozy Games sometimes neglects, a truth that seems to fit the profile perfectly with Bingo Crazy; no links are connected to the site, and we didn’t find any results when searching. Therefore, we have to assume that this label doesn’t have social channels.