Dragonfish Real Money Bingo Sites
With changes expected in the taxation of 'free bonus money', Dragonfish launched the Real Money Network in February 2017 with the arrival of Blighty Bingo. Although still using the same software as the likes of Iceland, Loquax, Bubble Bonus and Chit Chat, this new networks unique selling point is that it offers no bonus money. As there's no bonus money it means players don't have to worrh about wagering tems.
No wagering is good news for players who don't like bonuses and being tied into wagering terms. Any wins that are forthcoming from free bingo tickets (as offered on first deposit) or free spins are paid out as cash. These are then withdrawable without the player having to spend a certain amount of money. Note however that the minimum that you can withdraw at any one time is £35 and that there are associated terms and conditions.
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Why Use The Real Money Network
Other than the no wagering aspect, this Dragonfish based network isn't much different from it's original counterpart. There are 75 ball, 52 ball and 90 ball games, free bingo, Sure Win jackpots and the usual selection of slots. The bingo rooms include Street Party, Blighty 90, Hit 52, Wonky, and Last Call. Some of these rooms are shared with Dragonfish Network sites - e.g. Wonky is Bounce T and Last Call is The Late Night Show.
This network also shares jackpot games. So you can play the £10K Sunday Blast, £1500 Tuesday Rocks and £1K Thursday Groove as you would on any other DF powered bingo site. A free bingo game every Sunday and Monday is also shared. Given that the cross over between these group of sites and Dragonfish Network is so similar - the only reason to choose one of the above is because of the no wagering element.
We anticipate that this selection of sites will continue to expand. However, trying to convince players who have enjoyed bonuses for years is a tough ask. That ask is made even tougher when the brands offering no wagering only really have "no wagering" as their main selling point.