Comfy Bingo Review
Online since: 2012
Welcome Bonus: 300% deposit bonus
More often than not, the whole point of online gaming is that we can remain inside our homes, savouring home comforts that aren’t available when visiting a bingo hall and/or casino. This is the ideology that Comfy Bingo embraces, right down to the name it chooses to use to entice you in; Cozy Games, the operators, want you to be comfy, relaxed, and to feel right at home when gaming here. Since it was launched in 2012, this platform has been successfully doing just that, even if it’s not necessarily one of the most well known throughout this part of the iGaming community. If you want even more reassurances of its quality and objectives, just take a look at the Live Bingo Network, as Comfy Bingo is a member of it.
Anyone who follows our reviews will undoubtedly be aware of how common it is for Cozy Games to not deviate from its normal set of promotions, and Comfy Bingo is another example of just that. Other reviews sometimes see this as an issue, but we actually find that it helps gamers to go from one site to another, without having to figure out a brand new set of promos. People may say that familiarity breeds contempt, but familiarity is also comforting, and comfort is the number one goal here.
- Welcome offer: 300% deposit bonus
- 150% second deposit bonus
- 100% third deposit bonus
The first up on the list of pleasant deals is that of the 300% deposit bonus, a reward that can be given from a deposit of a mere £10. Furthermore, if you have the urge to earn back even more extra cash, you can follow up this initial deposit with another two, with these bonuses worth 150% and 100%. Overall, you can gain up to £230 in money, as the maximum bonus (in pounds) is separated into payouts of £120, £60 and £50. Before you get all giddy with joy, please make sure you read the requirements of this deal, which demand that you overcome the x4 rollovers before withdrawals of winnings are attempted.
We could leave it here and look at the existing customer deals, which we will eventually do, however we’d like to alert you to a second newbie offer: the £3k worth of free bingo. Hard as it may be to believe, Comfy Bingo is offering a seven day deal inside the Newbie Bingo Room, in which users can receive 12 free tickets for all the games available. Not a bad way to round off your time as a newcomers, we’d wager. As for every other promotion, there’s an ample array of other bingo room offers, such as Penny Bingo and Night Owls, with Penny Bingo offering fixed pots while Night Owls deliver seeded pots.
Accompanying all of the above is then the loyalty scheme of Comfy Bingo, a system that has no unique name, but is automatically applied to all members. To continue taking advantage of such a scheme, regular deposits and wagers need to be made on the titles, and by that we mean real money transfers. If you do this, points will be collected, with a minimum of 100 needed before they can be redeemed.
Games and Software
Softwares: Cozy Games, NetEnt and Eyecon
Despite bingo being the forte of Comfy Bingo, the Games Lobby, aka the Bingo page, is but one option available to the members of this platform. You see, this label has been designed to appeal to a wide audience, and in doing so caters to slot machine enthusiasts, tabletop players, and Slingo fanatics in all their glory. In truth, all Cozy Games websites do this, but it’s never a feature that we tire of, nor one that we don’t inform potential customers of; after all, it’s a clear selling point.
That being said, the alternative activities aren’t free to play, whereas the rooms of Big Ben, City Hall, and Victoria 90 all deliver cost effective gaming, with some of the eight rooms available offering free game tickets. This doesn’t happen all of the time, but the fact that there’s those options in the first place is a credit to this six year old website. Most of the time the rooms have small payouts, roughly around the £500 mark, but for rooms such as the £3K PayDay Jackpot, one of the grand prizes is that of £2,500. It goes to show that a ticket cost of 25p can lead to some staggering returns, all you need to do is purchase a ticket and get involved with the activities.
All of the titles you see before you come from a niche pool of developers, with Cozy Games being the primary provider, however there’s also games from NetEnt and Eyecon upon the games pages as well.
Banking options: Paysafecard, Boku, PayPal and Mastercard
Should you not yet be a member of this website, you can use the links at the bottom of the webpages in order to learn about details, such as banking. Not only is there a Deposit Methods section, but there’s also the FAQs, in which the policy for both allocations and withdrawals is explained. All information provided refers to only GBP currency, though we’re heard that EUR is also permitted.
When making a transaction, users can use Paysafecard, Boku, PayPal, and/or Mastercard to move their cash around, with a minimum input of £10 being needed for deposits. As for withdrawals, all wagering requirements need to be meet prior to the withdrawal going through. Then you also have the waiting period of two to three business days, a timeframe much faster than what other iGaming labels permit.
To keep Comfy Bingo ticking over with fair services, there’s a dual license at play, from the Government of Gibraltar and the UK Gambling Commission. The details of which can be found within the About Us page.
Support and Contact Details
Seeing as we mentioned the FAQs earlier, it goes without saying that this is one of the support options available at Comfy Bingo; provided in digestible chunks of information, it’s a highly accessible means of assistance. Nevertheless, if you require something more than what’s detailed, you can email, call, live chat and/or raise a ticket (part of an online system from Cozy Games). Any of this can be done 24 hours a day, seven days a week, most of the time without being logged into your account, with the ticket system the only exception.
We know a lot of details about this label, like it being mobile friendly and safe, but we don’t know if it has any social media accounts. This is due to nothing being mentioned about them, neither upon its webpages or within online searches, and so it would seem that this 2012 released platform doesn’t connect with any social channels.