Duck Duck Bingo Review
Duck Duck Bingo sounds like it should be a Loquax brand. Sadly it isn't and despite it's name it's missing one essential ingredient - ducks! The quackiest bingo site around has fallen foul (or fowl) of The UKGC rules and like our own Loquax Bingo has had to drop the ducks. So despite this hiccup what does Duck Duck Bingo have to offer?
Duck Duck Bingo joined the Dragonfish powered Real Money Network in December 2017. This means it offers no wagering bingo games which is great news for those players who aren't keen on them. New players are welcomed with £50 of free bingo tickets and 10 free spins on a deposit of £10. Wins are capped at £5 and terms do apply.
Free bingo is available at the site. Register to access the Free4U room to enjoy a trial with no deposit needed. Further free games are available to depositors including the network's £250 Saucy Sunday and £1K Mondays. All wins in the free rooms are paid as cash - withdrawal terms will apply.
Joining the free rooms are a number of 75 and 90 ball rooms. In addition, Duck Duck boasts a good selection of slots. Titles include Love Island Slingo, Turning Totems, Mighty Black Knight, Nightmare On Elm Street, Starburst, Cleopatra and Shaman's Dream. A handful of casino titles are also available.
Play regularly at Duck Duck and you'll earn rewards. These start with daily spins and free bingo tickets. Work your way up the the 15 levels to collect more tickets and even up 10% monthly cashback on losses. Other promotions are limited and Duck Duck doesn't offer any exclusives other than 5 free spins for liking their Facebook page!
By it's name, Duck Duck should rate highly with us here at Loquax. The no wagering aspect is good and there's plenty to keep players engaged. However, the welcome offer isn't as attractive as other Real Money sites. Additionally, a handful of free spins is the brand's only exclusive.
Duck Duck swam on to the scene just as The UKGC started sinking characters and cartoons from online bingo. Whilst this doesn't effect the product it does leave the site bereft of it's initial branding. Hopefully it can develop into a beautiful swan of a site, but it'll need to do more.