Online since: 2012
Welcome Bonus: £3k worth of free bingo tickets
Heating up like a bonfire, Bingo Flame is a fine example of the Cozy Games company, with this brand operated by ElectraWorks Limited. If you’ve played with Cozy Games before, you’ll know that these two brands tend to partner up across all of the bingo sites Cozy Games has created.
In reference to the creation of websites, Bingo Flame was launched in 2012, with the site being marketed as a UK bingo platform. The fact that it’s managed to keep users interested for six years is a credit to the label, however it’s not unusual for Cozy Games to survive the tests of time. If you look back at all their bingo labels, most of them are at least four years old, if not more. Alongside the details of its origins, found upon the About Us page, there’s also a link to the Live Bingo Network, a system that Bingo Flame is proudly a part of.
To kick off our review properly, we’re going to share with you the details of current promotions in operation, with our first port of call being the newcomer bonuses. Not only are these accessible to the vast majority of new gamers, but what they offer is quite generous, such as the £3k worth of free bingo tickets. This may sound too good to be true, but for the first seven days of you joining, you’ll be able to access all day games via the Newbie Bingo Room. There’ll be 12 tickets per game, meaning that you get back a lot of freeplay time, if you take advantage of all the coupons offered. Of course, as this is a promotional deal, there’s a few terms to remember, such as the x4 rollover requirement.
- Welcome offer: £3k worth of free bingo tickets
- 300% first deposit bonus
- 150% second deposit bonus
- 100% third deposit bonus
Coupled with this, if you so choose to use it, is a 300% deposit bonus for the first £10 transferred, a bonus that works out at £120 in bonus monies. Not only can you bag yourself this wad of cash, but there’s also two more deals, worth 150% and 100%, with these both activated by two more transfers of £10. It’s all simple and easy to follow, as too are the wagering requirements, which remain the same as the x4 we mentioned above moments ago. However, unlike above where you have only seven days to utilise the rewards, here you have 30 days to do so.
Believe it or not, there’s plenty more options left to those of you who’ve already exhausted the newcomer promos, most of which are located in specific bingo halls, like the BOGOF deal. This offer takes place inside the Victoria 90 Room between 1am and 7am, with the cost of tickets set at a mere 5p and where your purchase of one coupon will get the second free. Due to the various rooms that Bingo Flame deliver to its users, there’s no end of deals that work in a similar fashion to this, therefore meaning that most bingo players will be more than content. And should you not be, there’s also the loyalty scheme of Bonus Bucks, a scheme that starts from the moment you become members. Nonetheless, these BBs tend to come in less frequent installments than other schemes available from elsewhere.
Games and Software
Softwares: Cozy Games, NetEnt and Eyecon
When it comes to software, it can be tough to know where is best to start, as Bingo Flame presents a varied tapestry of gameplay, from its bingo halls to slot machines and even table games. Cozy Games has done a stellar done of rivalling large online casinos, a factor we can’t commend them for enough.
If free gaming is more your thing, or simply that of cheap and cheerful options, then the bingo rooms are where it’s at. There’s eight rooms, such as Big Ben, City Hall, and Down Town, with the rooms delivering variations of the game from 90 ball to 80 ball and then 30 ball also. The range of formats is better than a lot of other bingo brands out there, in which they tend to stick to the most commonly seen 90 ball bingo. All of the rooms require tickets to play, with the prices bouncing around between 1p and 25p; hardly sums of money that’ll damage your bank accounts. However, if money is tight, we advise keeping your eyes peeled for the free bingo matches that often take place.
From here you have three options: Slots, Casino and/or Games, personally we’d suggest the Slots subsection first, simply because it has the best range of titles, coming from Eyecon and NetEnt, as well as a few Cozy Games activities also. That being said, if one armed bandits don’t appeal to you, the Casino section will offer a handful of tabletop games, while the Games page is more about mini games and Slingo. We wouldn’t describe Bingo Flame as a platform that presents a little of something for everyone, but more a label that attempts to cover as many groups of gamers as possible.
Banking options: Visa, Boku, PayPal, and Mastercard
In regards to making payments and/or taking money from your bingo accounts, Bingo Flame has made every step of the process hassle free, especially thanks to the number of payment methods accepted. Users can choose to use Visa, Boku, PayPal, and Mastercard, as well as a couple of others, with each of them catering to GBP and EUR transfers. Most of the time no fees will be brought against you, however when using Boku, there’s no escaping the 15% banking charge attached to its services.
Deposits are a speedy process, typically reaching your account within moments of the transaction, whereas withdrawals are a slightly longer process, though not by much. Bingo Flame offer faster withdrawal times, often taking no more than two to three working days. Of course, if your transaction takes longer, it would be wise to contact the support team about it.
Seeing as Cozy Games is a responsible website, it’s natural that they adhere to the laws of the gambling community, holding licenses from the UK Gambling Commission and the Government of Gibraltar.
Support and Contact Details
If you should ever need assistance with any aspect of your Bingo Flame account, there’s plenty of avenues for you to explore, including the obvious FAQs, as well as the how-to guides of the games. Nevertheless, when an issue arises that’s too difficult to deal with alone, there’s the contact options of the support page.
Working around the clock 24/7, Bingo Flame has team members on hand via live chat messaging, emails, telephone, and a unique ticket system that Cozy Games itself has created. Even though we can’t comment on all aspects of service, the email response times are said to be as quick as an hour.
Should any of you be in search of social gaming, connecting with friends through your social media accounts, you may find this task difficult when playing with Bingo Flame; we couldn’t find any accounts on Facebook, Twitter, or any other platforms for that matter. There’s other types of channels that generically cover bingo sites/promotions, that’ll mention Bingo Flame, but not much else is done beyond that.