Scary Bingo Review
Updated On Thursday 29th October 2015
New Player Offer: 300% Bonus
Dragonfish - 888 wagering terms and conditions will apply
Scary Bingo is the latest addition to the growing 888 stable. It's been launched just in time for Halloween and joins the likes of Bingo Ballroom, Daisy and T-Rex on the Dragonfish Network. It's theme is perfect for this time of year and it's homepage features ghosts, pumpkins, bats and witches.
New players to Scary Bingo can collect a 300% welcome bonus when they deposit £10. The bonus is split between bingo and games - so that's a £15 bonus for each. Wagering terms apply with a x4 condition on the bingo but a x80 one on the games side. It should also be noted that some games such as Blackjack will not contribute anything to the wagering condition requirements.
If you dare step inside Scary Bingo then you'll find nothing particularly frightening. This is a Dragonfish Network site so expect to find 90 ball and 75 ball rooms - plus progressive jackpots - and some free bingo. New players can register with Scary and enjoy a couple of days of free games without making a deposit. Depositors have access to plenty more freebies!
Slot players will find popular games such as Fluffy Favourites, Irish Luck, Millionaire Genie and Cleopatra available to play at Scary. We think they could have done a little more with the slots though and selected the games with a horror theme to dominate the slots area.
Promotions wise though there's nothing that you won't find on other Dragonfish brands and that's a disappointment. Of course we love the Wow Room where you can win slot spins, The Big £10000, Sure Win, Grab A Grand and Zodiac Bingo but Scary, like Daisy, BBQ, Beatle and others hasn't anything extra to carry it above and beyond.
Scary Bingo looks great but we do wonder whether it's a one trick pony with it's Halloween theme? As is it's shelf life seems quite limited to this time of year (October) but beyond that what then? We think the brand needs to look at zombie/horror themed slots, offer 'scary' prizes and concentrate on keeping the Halloween party going all year long. If it could do that then it could turn out to be a fun site.