Posh Bingo Review
Updated On Tuesday 1st October 2013
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Posh Bingo is a sister site of Wink Bingo and was one of the first sites to offer free games for real cash following the launches of Cheeky and Costa. Posh was acquired by Daub and converted to a standalone room after being part of the Dragonfish Network. Since it's launch it's been acquired by 888. The site has had a number of makeovers over the years, managing to retain it's little poodle logo throughout. You don't have to be posh to play on the site, but is it worth a visit?
Posh Bingo Bonus!
Posh Bingo operates on the Cassava software platform which means you get the usual 75 ball and 90 ball bingo along with a good range of casino, instant win games and slots. New players are offered a 250% deposit bonus so if you deposit £10 you get to play with £35! As is standard for the platform, there's a reload bonus of 50% for all deposits between £10 and £100.
If you want to try before you buy, Posh Bingo have non-funded rooms where you can play free games to win real cash. These games run from 10am until midnight with over £250 of cash up for grabs every day. In addition there's penny bingo, including a Daily £25 for 1p game plus a £50 Daily Affair 2p game. Big money seekers should check out the progressive jackpots including the 75 ball Shopping Spree and the 90 Ball S-t-r-e-t-c-h Limo.
The lobby is standard for this kind of site and it's easy to access all the rooms. Plus there's our favourite pre-buy tab so that you can buy tickets for the progressives and other big games including the weekly Posh Ton £100, £500 Thursday Bliss and Dreams of £1,000,000 game.
Posh Promos & Slots
When it launched Posh ran a fair few promotions and offered some decent prizes, but in recent months they've really gone off the boil. However, they do have Money Bank promos which run every day. The weekday games include, Big Time Bingo-er, Hot Shot, Cream of the Crop, Pedigree Post and Onwards & Upwards. Weekend games are Sterling Stuff, Lucky for Some, All That Sparkles and Posh O'Clock. There is also the chance to win £60 every hour Monday to Friday by playing the Swinging £60.
If you have had enough of bingo, there are casino games such as La Partage Roulette and Captain Keno to keep you busy. Slots fans will be happy to learn that the Joy of Bingo games are present including Bejweled Slots, Fluffy Favourites and Cleopatra. Instant win games include the Big Top Bucks and Cappuccino Keno.
Need A Posh Bonus Code?
To get the most from Posh Bingo our top tip is look out for the bonus codes that they release every weekend. Keep an eye out for their newsletter and like their Facebook page so you don't miss them! If you want to earn more bingo bonuses, join in their Team Bingo. Winners can share up to 85,000 loyalty points with their teammates. It doesn't actually say how much of a playing bonus this is, so please check the terms (if you can find them). Also, don't forget that if you register at a the Joy of Bingo sites you can also join in with their cross site promotions.
Posh On The Move?
Posh Bingo are moving with the times with their recently launched mobile bingo app. It is available to download now or you can scan Posh's QR code if you have that app too! Playing Posh on your mobile allows you to deposit and play 90 ball games just as you would on the full site. There are slots/sidegames on the app too including Disco Dollars, Filthy Rich Gold Rush, Poseidon and The Slot. Note that the withdrawal facility via mobile is currently unavailable.
The question we asked when Posh launched was how it would fair against it's bigger sister - Wink Bingo? In our view it's still not quite as good as Wink and even more so during 2013 it has fallen further behind. Since launching, Posh has also been joined by Redbus, Tasty and Bingo Street in the Wink stable - and none of these brands have reached the same heights. However, Posh is a good site with some quality games and lots of free bingo - for those reasons, it's definitely worth a try! It does need a bit more oomph though otherwise it's in danger of ending up more bargain basement than haute couture.