Dublin People Bingo Review
Online since: 2017
Welcome Bonus: Newbie Bingo Room with 12 free tickets
When it comes to online gaming, out of all the different types of outlets, bingo is one that’s the lesser talked about, and yet it’s a popular form of gambling. One such site that enables you to play these enigmatic titles is Dublin People Bingo, a brand brought to you by Cozy Games Management Limited, a company who works within the Live Bingo Network.
Seeing as Cozy Games has been part of the industry since 2005, you can rest easy that they know what a website needs in order to be successful. As for Dublin People Bingo, that was founded in 2017, less than a full year ago, therefore making this is a new branch of iGaming that sports a lucky Irish theme.
As with any new form of membership, there’s always something extra to the experience than a simple playthrough of the games. In the case of Dublin People Bingo, customers are given a selection of promotions, with a unique offer designed for newcomers only; to find this deal and activated it, you need only visit the Promo page.
- Welcome offer: Newbie Bingo Room with 12 free tickets >> Claim your Free Tickets Now
- Night Owls bonus prize starting from £20
The specifics of this deal are a little spotty when you’re not used to bingo games, but generally you need to login and visit the Newbie Bingo Room. Once there, a series of 12 tickets can be used, with the bonus amount of money offered between £1 and £2, depending on the time of day you visit. Even though this isn’t a classic casino title, there’s still a wagering requirement to overcome, only with this example it’s a low 8x.
Alongside this initial deal, there’s midweek specials as well as deposit bonus boosters for when you need additional help with your funds. One such example of this is Night Owls, a special which can be played between 12 and 7am inside the Big Ben Room. Anyone that buys a 5p ticket to play can look forward to a basic prize starting from £20. Even though there’s more offers for users to take advantage of, there’s no loyalty scheme in place, which some of you will miss if you’re used such qualities from other iGaming sites.
Software and Games
Softwares: Cozy Games, NetEnt
Due to the nature of Dublin People Bingo, e.g. it’s all about various types of bingo games, then it goes with the territory that the vast majority of the titles are bingo based. If bingo is your forte, there’s several separate rooms in which the games can be played, with the format of the gameplay varying with the room selected. Most of the time however, the format will be 90 ball bingo. Seeing as how the mix of games isn’t all that great, we can provide you with the full list, with you able to play 90 Ball in the Hump Day Room, Victoria 90, 80 Ball Down Town, 75 Ball Penny Bingo, 90 Ball in the Newbie Room, and 90 Ball 3K Payday Jackpot.
The prices for each of these rooms is different, much like the setup of the games, but they’re all accessible sums of money, sometimes as low as 1p per playthrough. What is more, there’s opportunities to purchase prebuy tickets, should the room you wish to play in is full. To keep you motivated as you play, or while you wait, a display of the basic prize and the grand jackpot are visible at all times.
Surprisingly, although bingo is what this brand is all about, there’s also other forms of activities to play if you fancy a change of pace. The options won’t be as diverse as with an online casino, but you’ll still find popular slot machines and scratch cards, with these coming from either NetEnt or Cozy Games.
Banking Options: Neteller, Boku and PayPal
Just like with any service that requires money, there’s specific ways of processing those transactions, however the list that Dublin People Bingo provides is rather niche. There’s methods such as Neteller, Boku and PayPal, but we wouldn’t say that the range could rival that which has been seen elsewhere.
Normally you’ll find that your deposits can be processed immediately, but with withdrawals you need to meet the rollover requirements before putting through a transaction. To see if you’re ready to do this, a progress bar is provided for each individual player, an innovation we feel should be seen more often. As for the amount of time it’ll take to complete a withdrawal, it shouldn’t take more than three days if all the terms have been met. In reference to currencies, a topic which far too many people overlook, Dublin People Bingo allow payments in GBP, EUR and USD.
All types of iGaming sites, especially those that involve gambling, need to be regulated to ensure security and fairness, which is why we look at licensing no matter the website. Cozy Games, the owners of Dublin People Bingo, are licensed by two governing bodies: the UK Gambling Commission and the Isle of Man Gambling Commission, with both sets of details provided on all pages of the site.
Support and Contact Details
We’ve covered plenty of good features from this website, but arguably one of the best is the customer service, all of which runs 24/7. For those of you that require assistance, you’ll be able to call the team, email them or live chat with them, with a series of FAQs then provided for other queries. It’s not a system we’re unfamiliar with, yet it’s familiarity proves accessible and easy to use, therefore giving us confidence in the support network in place.
In terms of social media (which is a huge part of our lives, or at least it is for many of us), there’s no such mention of channels. There’s no information on the main pages of the website, nor can any trace of an account(s) be found when searching the internet from our mobiles and/or desktops.
Due to the young age of Dublin People Bingo, this could be a part of the brand yet to be developed, though there’s no guarantee that this is the case. Therefore, if you must use social media to discuss Dublin People Bingo, it’s probably best to do so by targeting the Cozy Games channels.