Bingo Fling Review


Online since: 2015
Welcome Bonus: Super Spins welcome reward

How fitting in the run up to Valentine’s Day that we get to review Bingo Fling. Okay, so it may not be the most romantic day of the year all the time, but for those moments when you need an extra bit of love, where better to go than this iGaming site? Operated by Jumpman Gaming, this is a brand that was founded in 2015, not that you’d know it’s three years old from the aesthetics. Luckily for everyone joining, this seasoned site has kept its good looks, not forgetting that it gains us access to pokies and bingo playing rooms, all as part of The Wheel of Slots Network. For those of you who haven’t heard of this nexus, it’s one of many respected bingo systems active within the iGaming community.

Promotions

Part of this loved up set of services is a small array of promotional materials, designed for both new and existing customers. As this is a Jumpman Gaming brand, we can expect to see the same sort of deals we get from their other sites, like the Super Spins welcome reward. For those of you who have played with their casino labels, this is like the Mega Reel utilised as a bonus tool there.

Up to 500 free games can be won for a series of selected online pokies, which include titles like Pets and Fire Vs Ice. Of course, as with any deal, you’ll need to meet the terms in order to qualify. However, luckily for those on a tight budget, that requirement is only a small £10 on your first deposit – not bad for an opening deal. In addition to the low pay-in, there’s also a relatively low wagering requirement of x40 for you to overcome should you activate this deal.

  • Welcome offer: Super Spins welcome reward
  • Up to 500 free games can be won
  • Balance Booster

Now that you’re up and running, you can try the delights of promos like the Balance Booster, a special reward that happens on the 15th of every month. When you join in the fun at 8pm on the 15th, you can win some exclusive jackpots, designed to ramp your the funds of your Bingo Fling account. Or maybe you’d just rather go for the Free Bingo deal that takes place everyday between 12 and 2pm? No matter how you choose to play with Bingo Fling, there should be a deal here that you can trigger with confidence.

Just as we’ve commented on before, with other reviews that is, Jumpman Gaming fail to properly explain the ins and outs of its VIP scheme to guests. In order for you to obtain the most detailed of information, you’ll need to sign up and activate your account. For us, this is just another hurdle that a lot of gamers could do without, especially if casual, easy to access gaming is your thing.

Games and Software

Softwares: NetEnt, Eyecon

Seeing as we’re here for bingo titles first and foremost, it makes sense to start there, with us able to inform you that a great many bingo rooms are open to customers. As we discovered for ourselves, anyone who is not a member won’t have access to the names of these rooms, with only the most basic of details provided. However, while this puts a downer on visiting before committing to membership, we do know that 75 and 90 ball bingo is the main forte of this label.

Due to our dedication in finding you the best information to date, we joined and discovered rooms like The Snug, Cash Cabin and Free Bingo waiting for you. When searching the rooms, information regarding price and players will be given, with the software of these activities provided by Jumpman Gaming itself.

In contrast to this however, are the range of slot machines that Bingo Fling delivers to us. Not because they’re greater in variance, as they’re seriously not, but due to the software of the providers; rather than being from Jumpman, they come from NetEnt and Eyecon. True, this isn’t a vast improvement on what’s gone before, but at least you get to interact with more than one games label out there.

Banking

Banking options: Visa, Visa Debit and Mastercard

As hard as it is to believe, Bingo Fling is not forward thinking with its payment options, with the label choosing to champion only credit and debit card payments. Why they’ve bypassed ewallets and vouchers, we’ll never know, but as a result of them not being included, the selection of methods is lean. Customers can opt for Visa, Visa Debit and Mastercard, as well as couple of others.

Money appears to only be banked in GBP and EUR only, with your money needing to be the same currency when making both types of transactions. Those of you looking to withdraw funds will need to wait up to seven days for the process to complete, with a min of £30 needed before the banking process can begin. Also, should you wish to cancel your withdrawal, you’ll have 48 hours to do so after first attempting to put it through.

License

The UK Gambling Commission and the Alderney Gambling Control Commission have lended themselves to Bingo Fling, with their details found towards the bottom of the homepage. Most of the time you shouldn’t need to look further than these details, but if you do, the license numbers are displayed.

Support and Contact Details

Between the hours of 9:30am and 6pm is when you can access support without a problem; though there’s no 24/7 services, the fact that the means of gaining help is so accessible makes up for that. Users can use Facebook, WhatsApp, email and live chat to communicate with team members. What is more, a FAQs section if provided for any smaller queries.

Social Channels

Going off of the fact that Bingo Fling has Facebook based customer support, it makes sense that they have a social channel to go with it. It isn’t one overly advertised on the site, but it can be easily found when searching via the app itself. We wouldn’t say it’s the most active account we’ve reviewed, but it demonstrates that team members are listening to your feedback.